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Thread: Your 3 Best Movies of 2006

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    Your 3 Best Movies of 2006

    Mine are:

    Babel

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    Little Miss Sunshine

    (just got tired of penguins)

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    Happy Feet - must say with with my favorite animal and how much I love animation of all sorts.... It couldn't go wrong for me. Acutely thought a little to much on the character development but still loved it.

    The Departed

    Thank You for Smoking

    But I also must note this was not "theater going" year for me as in the past. The 3 you listed Joe, I did not see yet and want to. Rocky is also one I want to see.

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    The Departed
    Blood Diamond
    Casino Royal

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    The Pursuit of Happiness
    The Gridiron Gang
    Glory Road

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    Eragon, Rocky, A Night in the Museum..............42

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    Oh, can't beleive that I only went to the moives twice so guess my list is pretty short.

    In Her Shoes
    The Devil Wore Prada

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    I want to see Happy Feet and Night at the Museum. I just haven't been to the movies since, The Chronic-WHAT-cles of Narnia.

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    Borat
    Little Miss Sunshine
    The Queen

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    Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest
    Failure to Launch
    Monster House

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    Memoirs of a Geisha (does that count as a 2006 movie? i saw it on New Year's Day...)

    The Devil Wears Prada

    The Departed (If Mark Walberg isn't nominated for Best Supporting Actor, I shall ban the Oscars from my house...)

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    The Departed (absoluly amazing)
    Casino Royal (the best James Bond no question)
    Bon Cop, Bad Cop (one of the funniest movies ever)
    Last year was a really good movie year. Hopefully this year is just as good.

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    I usually wait until movies come out on dvd before seeing them. I use Netflix. I have seen We Are Marshall twice and I would have seen it again this weekend, but the weather is bad. I graduated from Marshall and it's wonderful to see a movie where you recognize the buildings, bridges, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn226 View Post
    I usually wait until movies come out on dvd before seeing them. I use Netflix. I have seen We Are Marshall twice and I would have seen it again this weekend, but the weather is bad. I graduated from Marshall and it's wonderful to see a movie where you recognize the buildings, bridges, etc.
    That's awesome. I really want to see it. Sounds like a major tearjerker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzarinaAnya View Post
    That's awesome. I really want to see it. Sounds like a major tearjerker.
    They did a good job staying true to the story. The movie covers about one calendar year. There are a few composite characters and a few events were partially fictionalized, but the major points are true to the story. The ending is not Hollywood. That really happened.

    I went to see the movie in Huntington over the holidays. Everyone clapped at the end.

    Don't leave when it seems that the credits are about to roll. There will be photos of the real life people along side the photos of the actors and some Marshall football footage before the actual credits.

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    was that another Bruckheimer/Disney production? They didn't really advertise it up here and I think it lasted a week and a half in the major theaters up here... so I don't know much about it.

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