Favorite Films of the 1990s

Here they are: my favorite movies of the 1990s.

Rated 10/10
Unforgiven (Eastwood, 1992)
Groundhog Day (Ramis, 1993)
Short Cuts (Altman, 1993)
Schindler’s List (Spielberg, 1993)
Naked (Leigh, 1993)
The Wrong Trousers (Park, 1993)
Ed Wood (Burton, 1994)
Pulp Fiction (Tarantino, 1994)
Before Sunrise (Linklater, 1995)
Fargo (Coens, 1996)
Lone Star (Sayles, 1996)
Microcosmos (Nuridsany & Pérennou, 1996)
Secrets & Lies (Leigh, 1996)
Fast, Cheap and Out of Control (Morris, 1997)
The Sweet Hereafter (Egoyan, 1997)
Boogie Nights (P.T. Anderson, 1997)
Happiness (Solondz, 1998)
The Celebration (Vinterberg, 1998)
Rushmore (W. Anderson, 1998)
Being John Malkovich (Jonze, 1999)
Magnolia (P.T. Anderson, 1999)
All About My Mother (Almodóvar, 1999)

Rated 9/10
GoodFellas (Scorcese, 1990)
The Grifters (Frears, 1990)
Truly, Madly, Deeply (Minghella, 1990)
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse (Bahr, Hickenlooper, Coppola, 1991)
JFK (Stone, 1991)
Brother’s Keeper (Berlinger & Sinofsky, 1992)
The Player (Altman 1992)
Visions of Light (Glassman, McCarthy, Samuels, 1992)
Gettysburg (Maxwell, 1993)
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey (Martin, 1994)
Crumb (Zwigoff, 1994)
Hoop Dreams (James, 1994)
Quiz Show (Redford, 1994)
Welcome to the Dollhouse (Solondz, 1995)
Party Girl (von Scherler Mayer, 1995)
Clueless (Heckerling, 1995)
A Close Shave (Park, 1995)
Trainspotting (Boyle, 1996)
I Shot Andy Warhol (Harron, 1996)
The Apostle (Duvall, 1997)
Grosse Pointe Blank (Armitage, 1997)
Little Dieter Needs to Fly (Herzog, 1997)
The Truman Show (Weir, 1998)
Elizabeth (Kapur, 1998)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Gilliam, 1998)
The Cruise (Miller, 1998)
American Beauty (Mendes, 1999)
Election (Payne, 1999)
Boys Don’t Cry (Peirce, 1999)
Limbo (Sayles, 1999)
The Limey (Soderbergh, 1999)
One Day in September (Macdonald, 1999)

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