16 Movies That Turn 10 This Year

  • "High School Musical" – It's been 10 years since we first met the Wildcats, and we couldn't be more thankful for them.

  • "The Holiday" – This rom-com arrived and our lives improved instantly.

  • "Aquamarine" – Starring Emma Roberts, JoJo and Sara Paxton, this film told the story of two girls who wished for a miracle and ended up meeting a mermaid named Aquamarine (Paxton).

  • "The Devil Wears Prada" – Meryl Streep made Anne Hathaway’s life a living hell after Hathaway scored a job as Streep’s assistant.

  • "Happy Feet" – Robin Williams’ performance as both Ramon and Lovelace was definitely one for the books.

  • "She's The Man" – Arguably one of the most quotable movies of the decade, “She’s the Man” starred Amanda Bynes in dual roles, kinda.

  • Step Up – Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum teamed up (and fell in ~love~) in this dance flick.

  • "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" – The sequel to “Curse of the Black Pearl,” this film gave us Davy Jones, the Kraken and a jar of dirt.

  • "Little Miss Sunshine" – Undoubtedly winners of The Dysfunctional Family Competition of 2006, the Hoovers ended up traveling cross-country so little Olive can compete in a beauty pageant.

  • "John Tucker Must Die" – File John Tucker under “Scumbag.” After cheating on the wrong girls, three of Tucker’s exes conspired to break his heart like he broke theirs.

  • "Cars" – 2006 was the year Pixar introduced us to Lighting McQueen and Mater, an unusual duo.

  • "X-Men: The Last Stand" – The final installment in the OG trilogy dealt with the superheroes in disagreement about a cure for mutants.

  • Casino Royale – The first in the Daniel Craig-as-James-Bond saga.

  • "Borat" - *high five*

  • "RV" – Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since we saw Peeta Mellark Josh Hutcherson as a bb gangsta wannabe.

  • "Click" – the Adam Sandler film that actually made us ugly cry.

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    2006 was the year of double Channing Tatum and JoJo films.

    2006 was the year High School Musical was born, and subsequently, the year kids wouldn’t stop screaming, “WHAT TEAM?” in the school hallway. It was the year we started shipping Troy and Gabriella (or Troy and Sharpay, whatever), and the year kids started breaking free from the status quo.

    But the beloved Disney Channel Original Movie wasn’t the only classic to debut in 2006.

    Take a look at our image gallery above where we’ve collected some favorites turning the big 1-0 this year,

    Wednesday, 03. February 2016