Top 10 movies of 2006

Continuing from Top 25 music of 2006 and doing exactly the same for movies. Just like before. Here are the pictures that moved me deeply in 2006. They’ve shattered my mind, they’ve crushed my heart, they’ve made me laugh and they’ve made me cry my eyes out. They are all more than highly recommended.

  1. Bezmiar sprawiedliwosci (2006)
  2. Renaissance (2006)
  3. Plac Zbawiciela (2006)
  4. Syriana (2005)
  5. V for Vendetta (2005)
  6. Leben der Anderen, Das (2006)
  7. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)
  8. Brick (2005)
  9. Inside Man (2006)
  10. United 93 (2006)

While I do highly enjoy watching foreign movies (see the TOP 3 aka the cream), my top 10 list consist of 6 USA-made productions. It’s just something that makes Hollywood movies so damn good. Is it money? Maybe the craftsmanship? Who knows. Point is they make them like no one other. And they are usually the best. Period. Although you are free to disagree :-)

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Paweł Gościcki

Ruby/Rails programmer.

2 thoughts on “Top 10 movies of 2006”

  1. I have only seen three movies on your list, so i can only comment on those…

    V for Vendetta: amazing, stylish, just flatout entertaining. Though there were few ‘fight/action’ scenes, the character of V was great. Never have i liked seeing a ‘bad guy’ kick so much ass and be so cool. Great movie, definitely worth buying the DVD.

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: i actually had to promote the DVD for this movie as well as a contest for it. All without actually seeing the movie, so once the promotion was over, i finally got around to watching this and man, what a trip. Kilmer and Downey, Jr. are both great, especially Kilmer’s character :P Hard to explain the movie as i didn’t really get a good grasp on the story, but it was highly entertaining.

    United 93: wow…what to say. Best movie ever? Thats a bit much…though i would definitely categorize this movie in my all-time top 10. Simply an amazing movie. I found myself watching the final scene and hoping against hope (knowing what was to come) that the ending would be different from what was to come. I just loved the fact that there were no big-named actors to ruin this fine piece of filmmaking…

  2. Co do filmu “Bezmiar sprawiedliwości” to u nas jeszcze premiery nie było… ale Jan Frycz to jeden z moich faworytów, mając na myśli polskie kino, więc na pewno wybronił się wyśmienicie jak zwykle ;)


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