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NY Times film critics offer Top 10's

Posted By on Sun, Dec 24, 2006 at 8:24 AM

Manohla Dargis: 1) Army of Shadows; 2) Letters from Iwo Jima; 3) Inland Empire; 4) Our Daily Bread; 5) L'Enfant; 6) Children of Men; 7) Three Times; 8) Miami Vice; 9) Brand Upon the Brain!; 10) Borat

A.O. Scott: 1) Letters from Iwo Jima; 2) Pan's Labyrinth; 3) L'Enfant; 4) Days of Glory; 5) Little Miss Sunshine; 6) Three Times; 7) 51 Birch Street; 8) Volver; 9) Little Children; 10) A Prairie Home Companion; 11) (tie) The Aura; Children of Men; The Death of Mr. Lazarescu; Fast Food Nation; Flags of Our Fathers; Half Nelson; Iraq in Fragments; Marie Antionette; Our Brand is Crisis; The Queen; Tristam Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story.

Stephen Holden: 1) Babel; 2) Pan's Labyrinth; 3) Heading South; 4) The Queen; 5) Letters from Iwo Jima; 6) United 93; 7) The Death of Mr. Lazarescu; 8) Volver; 9) A Prairie Home Companion; 10) Little Miss Sunshine; Honorable Mentions: Borat; The Departed; Dreamgirls; The History Boys; Little Children; Notes on a Scandal.



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