What They Liked 

Our reviewers' ten favorite films of the year.

BILL GALLO

1. The Best of Youth

2. Capote

3. Good Night, and Good Luck

4. Crash

5. Nobody Knows

6. Brokeback Mountain

7. Turtles Can Fly

8. The Constant Gardener

9. Downfall

10. Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

MELISSA LEVINE

1. The Squid and the Whale

2. Look at Me

3. Good Night, and Good Luck

4. Capote

5. Thumbsucker

6. Murderball

7. Sunset Story

8. Mondovino

9. The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

10. Rock School

JEAN OPPENHEIMER

1. Good Night, and Good Luck

2. Crash

3. March of the Penguins

4. Innocent Voices

5. King Kong

6. Caché (English title: Hidden)

7. A History of Violence

8. Ballets Russes

9. Capote

10. The Great Water

LUKE Y. THOMPSON

1. Star Wars Episode III:

Revenge of the Sith

2. The Devil's Rejects

3. Oldboy

4. Wallace & Gromit:

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

5. Mirrormask

6. Shopgirl

7. Sin City

8. The New World

9. The Jacket

10. The Chronicles of Narnia:

The Lion, the Witch and

the Wardrobe

ROBERT WILONSKY

1. Capote

2. Syriana

3. Murderball

4. The Squid and the Whale

5. The New World

6. Good Night, and Good Luck

7. The Aristocrats

8. Operation: Dreamland

9. The 40-Year-Old Virgin

10. Millions

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