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Favourite Movies of 2006

(Note: this post was made pre-blog days on Facebook.)

I decided to post in a year in summary of my favourite flicks of this year. This in no way means that these were the best films, but rather the ones I enjoyed and had the most fun watching. Only theatrically viewed films qualify.

Fav' 10 Movies of 2006:
1. Children of Men
2. The Departed
3. The Prestige
4. The Hills Have Eyes
5. Slither (if you saw this in the theater, admit it, it was only you in there)
6. United 93
7. Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
8. Little Miss Sunshine
9. Borat: Cultural Learnings for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
10. V for Vendetta

All Theatrical Releases I saw this year (I may have forgotten a few):
Slither, The Hills Have Eyes, Hostel, V for Vendetta, Superman Returns, POTC 2: Deadman's Chest, The Lady in the Water, Who Killed the Electric Car, An Inconvenient Truth, The Prestige, The Black Dahlia, Little Miss Sunshine, Saw 3, Borat: Cultural Learnings for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, The Departed, Miami Vice, Scary Movie 4, United 93, World Trade Center, X3: The Last Stand, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, The Proposition, The Fountain, Talladega Nights, Children of Men, Casino Royale

Looking forward to in 2007:
The 300, Spider-Man 3, Grind House, Transformers, TMNT, Stardust, Ghost Rider (please don't suck), Hostel 2, Bourne Ultimatum, The Simpsons: the Movie, POTC 3, 30 Days of Night

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