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What are some of your favorite 90's movies?

Goodfellas (1990)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
Aladdin (1992)
Jurassic Park (1993)
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Casino (1995)
Twister (1996)
Men In Black (1997)
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
The Green Mile (1999)
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Mamamamba · F
Contact (1997)
[@1184971,Mamamamba] One of my favorite movies:)
[@1184971,Mamamamba] instant favorite for me also. Great choice.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
Those are all pretty solid, but I'd include Pulp Fiction, Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List, and Mission: Impossible as 90s faves of mine.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
[@1179618,BeerMonster] 1998, and that opening sequence was riveting. When it came out, I studied how Janusz Kaminski purposely mistimed the shutter and everything that went into the making of it. About the only thing that doesn't completely work is the sequence that bookends the film.
BeerMonster · 46-50, M
[@329500,uncalled4] Agree but I found the inbetween bit very average, almost as if they looked at the film, thought 'shit, that's bland' and decided to make a ground breaking opening to add on.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
[@1179618,BeerMonster] The ending sequence was just as compelling, and even more so considering the plot.
AdaXI · 41-45, T
Total Recall and Terminator 2.
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LadyJ · 41-45, F
Goodfellas was the best!
Dan88411 · 31-35, M
[@1086727,LadyJ] I was watching it on Netflix last night. Great movie.
LadyJ · 41-45, F
[@940086,Dan88411] amazing movie 👍
Idk 90 and 96 but my fav is 97 ofc!!!

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Iwillwait · M
Misery
Chaplin
Green Mile
True Romance
Meet Joe Black
Desperado
Natural Born Killers
The Crow
U Turn
The Mask
Brave Heart
Fear and Loathing Las Vegas
12 Monkeys
Goodwill Hunting
Casino
Fight Club
As Good As It Gets
The Doors
Goodfellas
Pulp Fiction
Reservoir Dogs
Matrix
Shawshank Redemption
Forrest Gump
Pirates of the Caribbean
Iwillwait · M
[@838622,AdaXI] I totally agree. T2 was insane when that first came out.
AdaXI · 41-45, T
[@1143040,Iwillwait] Hehe yeah I queued up [b]hours[/b] to see that film at the cinema with two friends. We were all about 11 years old at the time but two of us still got in to see it the smallest one out of us (he knew the score) didn't get in and sadly for him he had to go watch Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves instead, bless him the poor poor little bastard, hahaha!😆
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Iwillwait · M
[@838622,AdaXI] Hey Christian Slater is cool. Lol!
BeerMonster · 46-50, M
Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Trainspotting, Schindler's List, Natural Born killers, The Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption, The Silence of the Lambs.

Films are shit now, too much emphasis on special effects and soundtracks, not enough emphasis on good stories or good acting.
Iwillwait · M
[@1179618,BeerMonster] I Agree.
Groundhog Day
Galaxy Quest
Friday
Kingpin
Office Space
The Wedding Singer
Four Weddings And A Funeral
Wilde
Peter’s Friends
Impromptu
Boyz n The Hood
Good Will Hunting
American Beauty
PSYKHE · 46-50, F
Forest Gump
Titanic
American Pie
American Beauty
Office Space
Malice - Alec Baldwin
Notting Hill
Waking Ned Devine
Goodwill Hunting
Apollo 13
Contact - Forgot this one, too good.
Sneakers - Robert Redford
The Hunt For Red October
In The Line of Fire - Clint Eastwood
The Fugitive
A Few Good Men
Rudy
Conspiracy Theory - Mel Gibson
The Pelican Brief - Julia Roberts
The Bodyguard
Matrix trilogy
Philadelphia
The Game - Michael Douglas
Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
Dances With Wolves
Terminator and T2
Patriot Games
Home Alone
Sleepless In Seattle
Galaxy Quest
Mrs. Doubtfire
Stargate
Speed
Pretty Woman
With Honors - Brendan Frasier

 
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