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I know that a few months ago there was a thread for favorite films from the 1980's, but did anyone start a thread for the 1990's? If so, I am sorry for the repeat. If not, what were your favorite films of the last decade of the 20th century?

Here is my list:

1. The Commitments
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
4. Silence of the Lambs
5. Forest Gump
6. Schindler's List
7. The Last of the Mohicans
8. Fargo
9. Interview with a Vampire
10. The Mambo Kings
11. The Sixth Sense
12. Goldeneye
13. Se7en
14. The Age of Innocence
15. The Matrix
16. One False Move
17 Groundhog Day
18. Heavenly Creatures
19. Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
20. 12 Monkeys
21. Toy Story
22. L.A. Confidential
23. Grosse Point Blank
24. A Simple Plan
25. The Thin Red Line
26. Scream
27. Richard III
28. Dracula
29. Bowfinger
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I dont have that good of a memory. But when I was in the ages of 2-12 i loved toy story and the 101 dalmations!

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I dont have that good of a memory. But when I was in the ages of 2-12 i loved toy story and the 101 dalmations!
I only have that good of a memory because I'm old!
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I know that a few months ago there was a thread for favorite films from the 1980's, but did anyone start a thread for the 1990's? If so, I am sorry for the repeat. If not, what were your favorite films of the last decade of the 20th century?

Here is my list:

1. The Commitments
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
4. Silence of the Lambs
5. Forest Gump
6. Schindler's List
7. The Last of the Mohicans
8. Fargo
9. Interview with a Vampire
10. The Mambo Kings
11. The Sixth Sense
12. Goldeneye
13. Se7en
14. The Age of Innocence
15. The Matrix
16. One False Move
17 Groundhog Day
18. Heavenly Creatures
19. Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
20. 12 Monkeys
21. Toy Story
22. L.A. Confidential
23. Grosse Point Blank
24. A Simple Plan
25. The Thin Red Line
26. Scream
27. Richard III
28. Dracula
29. Bowfinger
somebody here likes daniel day lewis i agree with the bolded choices. you have great taste, dah-ling!

some of my faves from the 90s:

singles
wayne's world
sneakers
true lies
clueless
the firm
the joy luck club
goodfellas (go get your fuckin' shinebox. YOU MUTHAFUCK!)
the usual suspects
a few good men
trainspotting
tombstone
unforgiven
terminator 2
PCU
what about bob?

that's all i can remember.
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Well the matrix is definitely one of my all time favorites....I think I paid to see it like 5 times...
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Originally Posted by apoet29
I know that a few months ago there was a thread for favorite films from the 1980's, but did anyone start a thread for the 1990's? If so, I am sorry for the repeat. If not, what were your favorite films of the last decade of the 20th century?

Here is my list:

1. The Commitments
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
4. Silence of the Lambs
5. Forest Gump
6. Schindler's List
7. The Last of the Mohicans
8. Fargo
9. Interview with a Vampire
10. The Mambo Kings
11. The Sixth Sense
12. Goldeneye
13. Se7en
14. The Age of Innocence
15. The Matrix
16. One False Move
17 Groundhog Day
18. Heavenly Creatures
19. Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
20. 12 Monkeys
21. Toy Story
22. L.A. Confidential
23. Grosse Point Blank
24. A Simple Plan
25. The Thin Red Line
26. Scream
27. Richard III
28. Dracula
29. Bowfinger
isn't that almost litterally plucked of the imdb site?

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Well the matrix is definitely one of my all time favorites....I think I paid to see it like 5 times...
You're crazy!

And 1990's films? Err in no particular order, forgetting tons and I'll probably have some decades wrong :

1. Il Postino
2. Naked
3. Secrets and lies
4. Lost Highway
5. Batman returns
6. The Addams family
7. Jackie Brown
8. From dusk till dawn
9. Pulp Fiction
10. What's eating Gilbert Grape
11. Natural Born Killers
12. Romeo and Juliette
13. Kalifornia
14. Edward Scissorhands (hope it's 1990 and not 1989 )
15. Fear and loathing in Las Vegas
16. The people vs. Larry Flint
17. Festen
18. Girl's night
19. True Romance
20. Pump up the volume

... with a little help of imdb

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There are plenty of masterpieces but the one that`s special is:
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Thanks rand

Okay, Shawshank Redemption is already a movie I forgot. Next!

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Lost Highway
Pulp Fiction
Romeo and Juliette
Kalifornia
The people vs. Larry Flint
Festen
Silence of the Lambs
Forest Gump
Schindler's List
Fargo
Se7en
Dracula
Trainspotting
Lion King
American Beauty
La vita e Bella
As good as it gets
Philadelphia
Scent of a woman
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aussie films r the best!
the castle, muriels wedding, theres more but i cant remember

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ok I'll do mine then...later...first I need to go to the bathroom...too much beer at noon is no good

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They're all crap, my movies from the 40's and 50's are far superior. We had faces then.

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