The Best Movies of 2006 

Our critics weigh in on the year in film.

The Year's Ten Best Movies
Our film critics pick their favorites from 2006
By Scott Foundas, Ella Taylor, Rob Nelson, Jim Ridley, Kelly Vance & Robert Wilonsky

It's the Same Old Story
Sequels, prequels, and threequels headline Hollywood 2007.

By Nikki Finke

Taking the Long View
Children of Men and the value of an unedited shot.

By Jim Ridley

Iraq's Cinema of Longing
A conversation with director James Longley.

By Rob Nelson

Hall of Famer
Legend, yes. But Clint Eastwood's not done yet.
By Scott Foundas

It's Soooo High School
And that's a compliment to Rian Johnson's teen detective noir.
By Robert Wilonsky

Family Ties
For Argentine director Daniel Burman, life is a movie.
By Ella Taylor

Failure to Launch
With six flops in thirteen years, indie filmmaker Eric Schaeffer is at it again.
By Angela Ashman

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