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Top 10 Movies of 2006

#5. Best Movies of 2006 - Mission Impossible III

Tom Cruise, as Ethan Hunt, is back in the latest Mission Impossible installment. This time around, Ethan has taken a step back from life in the field in order to teach up-and-coming agents. But, when one of his proteges, Agent Lindsey Ferris (played by Keri Russell), goes missing during a mission, Ethan is asked to don his spy gear one more time to help recover her. This flick is full of crazy chases, crashes and explosions.

#4. Best Movies of 2006 - Dreamgirls

Three young, hopeful starlets get the break of a lifetime when they are offered a gig to sing back up for the legendary James "Thunder" Early in Dreamgirls and soon they're headlining their own shows. But success is often a cruel mistress. Not only is this a great story of the music industry's manipulation of artists to sell albums, it also showcases some really amazing vocal talents - namely those of Jennifer Hudson.

#3. Best Movies of 2006 - X-Men: The Last Stand

When a cure for mutantism is discovered, mutants turn against each other - and the company that created the cure - in a dramatic and fast paced story that introduces a host of new characters. Neither Magneto's angry mob nor Professor Xavier's X-Men want to see the cure used as a weapon but they have serious differences of opinion on what to do about it - leading to the mutant battle to end all mutant battles. Expect some kick-butt special effects!.

#2. Best Movies of 2006 - Marie Antoinette

Sophia Coppola's flick Marie Antoinette is, above anything else, one of the prettiest movies you'll have seen in a long time. The movie tells the tale of the former Queen of France and begins on the day she finds out she'll be setting out from her native land of Austria to marry the Dauphin of France - at the young age of 14. Marie Antoinette is a beautiful movie that has something for everyone - but a little more for girls who have a weakness for pretty things.

#1. Best Movies of 2006 - Pirates of the Caribbean 2

After releasing himself and the crew who mutinied against him, you would think Captain Jack Sparrow would be living the high life. But instead he soon realizes he still has many debts to settle in the open sea - in particular, a very important one with Davy Jones. Davy Jones and his crew of barnacled scallywags look spectacular and the on-going sword play will keep you entertained the whole way through. This is a definite must-see!

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