Reeling's Top 10 of 2006

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1) Letters from Iwo Jima
 2)  The Death of Mr. Lazarescu
 3) Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
 4) Apocalypto
 5) Little Children
 6) The Departed
 7) The Good Shepherd
 8) United 93
 9) A Prairie Home Companion
10) The Prestige / Casino Royale

Best Animation: Monster House      
Best Documentary:   
Also worthy:   Coming soon                                   
1) The Death of Mr. Lazarescu
 2) Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
 3) Letters from Iwo Jima
 4) The Fountain
 5) Little Children
 6) Rocky Balboa / Casino Royale
 7) The Departed
 8) Half Nelson
 9) Innocence
10) Brick

Best Animation:  Monster House

Best Documentary:  Jesus Camp and An Inconvenient Truth

Also worthy: Bubble, Mutual Appreciation, Neil Young: Heart of Gold, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, The Queen, The Good Shepherd, The Painted Veil.

Special kudos to actor Jackie Earle Haley for making a spectacular comeback in both "All the King's Men" and especially "Little Children" and Sylvester Stallone for righting the wrong that was "Rocky V" with the incredibly heartfelt "Rocky Balboa."

More special kudos to Rialto Pictures for bringing the 1969 masterpiece, "Army of Shadows" to American movie screens in 2006.

Kerry Washington wows with her utterly different performances in "The Last King of Scotland" and "The Dead Girl."

Please note that "The Lives of Others" was not screened for Top 10 consideration in the Boston market.

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