I’ve come to terms with the fact that there’s no artful way of prefacing these posts. Making a list that objectifies art is inherently silly, nonsensical, and artless. Alas, we do it anyway.

After the wild success of the first installment into the “History of Film” catalog, we continue this month by discussing the 1990s. The goal of these posts, as previously stated, is to unite staff, friends, and readers of Movie Mezzanine together, forming an eclectic “top 10″ from from each decade in cinema.

Everyone has a month to construct and post their list in the comment section below. When that’s complete, we’ll tally up the films and release the results (with analysis) to you all.

Again, we appreciate your endless support folks.

The Movie Mezzanine Staff

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Sam Fragoso, Editor-In-Chief

1.) The Shawshank Redemption

2.) Groundhog Day

3.) Hoop Dreams

4.) The Player

5.) Boogie Nights

6.) Casino

7.) Jackie Brown

8.) Good Will Hunting

9.) The Fugitive

10.) The Truman Show

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Tom Clift, Co-Founder

1.) Terminator 2

2.) The Matrix

3.) Three Kings

4.) Pulp Fiction

5.) Fight Club

6.) Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels

7.) Con Air

8.) Being John Malkovich

9.) Fargo

10.) Pleasantville

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Corey Atad, Everything

1.) Close-Up

2.) The Truman Show

3.) Magnolia

4.) Chungking Express

5.) Beauty and the Beast

6.) Rushmore

7.) South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut

8.) Before Sunrise

9.) Dumb and Dumber

10.) Se7en

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Jake Cole, Senior Editor

1.) Close-Up

2.) Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

3.) Chungking Express

4.) Dead Man

5.) The Double Life of Veronique

6.) Carlito’s Way

7.) Beau Travail

8.) From the Journals of Jean Seberg

9.) Bringing Out of the Dead

10.) End of Evangelion

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Danny Bowes, NYC Correspondent

1.) GoodFellas

2.) Jackie Brown

3.) Pulp Fiction

4.) Orlando

5.) Out of Sight

6.) Point Break

7.) L.A. Confidential

8.) Dil Se

9.) Hard-Boiled

10.) The Matrix

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Natalie Zutter, NYC Correspondent

1.) My Best Friend’s Wedding

2.) Scream

3.) Noises Off

4.) Robin Hood: Men in Tights

5.) The Bodyguard

6.) Jurassic Park

7.) Before Sunrise

8.) The Birdcage

9.) Dogma

10.) The Shawshank Redemption

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Andreas Stoehr, DVD/Streaming Reporter

1.) Chungking Express

2.) Barton Fink

3.) Heavenly Creatures

4.) Satantango

5.) Safe

6.) Naked

7.) The Rapture

8.) Paris Is Burning

9.) Breaking the Waves

10.) Batman Returns

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Tina Hassannia, Toronto Correspondent

1.) Close-Up

2.) Safe

3.) Hoop Dreams

4.) Eyes Wide Shut

5.) Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

6.) The Big Lebowski

7.) Chungking Express

8.) Paris Is Burning

9.) Showgirls

10.) Heat

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Russell Hainline, LA Correspondent

1.) Groundhog Day

2.) Fargo

3.) Malcolm X

4.) Jerry Maguire

5.) Toy Story

6.) Barton Fink

7.) Hoop Dreams

8.) Total Recall

9.) After Life

10.) Boogie Nights

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Kristen Sales, LA Correspondent

1.) Breaking the Waves

2.) Barton Fink

3.) Crumb

4.) Jackie Brown

5.) Silence of the Lambs

6.) Fargo

7.) L.A. Confidential

8.) The Sweet Hereafter

9.) Unforgiven

10.) Short Cuts

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Kevin Ketchum, Austin Correspondent

1.) Schindler’s List

2.) The Thin Red Line

3.) The Insider

4.) Pulp Fiction

5.) Se7en

6.) The Matrix

7.) Unforgiven

8.) Princess Mononoke

9.) Topsy-Turvy

10.) GoodFellas

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Odie Henderson, Contributor

1.) Pulp Fiction

2.) Malcolm X

3.) Hoop Dreams

4.) Schindler’s List

5.) The Shawshank Redemption

6.) Central do Brasil

7.) The Crying Game

8.) Boyz N’ The Hood

9.) Eve’s Bayou

10.) Lone Star

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Alex Huls, Contributor

1.) Close-Up

2.) Three Colors Trilogy

3.) Chungking Express

4.) Groundhog Day

5.) GoodFellas

6.) Before Sunrise

7.) Being John Malkovich

8.) Election

9.) The Limey

10.) Lone Star

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Christopher Runyon, Contributor

1.) Three Colors: Red

2.) The Thin Red Line

3.) Fight Club

4.) Schindler’s List

5.) Groundhog Day

6.) Dead Alive

7.) The Truman Show

8.) The Shawshank Redemption

9.) Double Life of Veronique

10.) Close-Up

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Alex Withrow, Contributor

1.) Pulp Fiction

2.) The Thin Red Line

3.) GoodFellas

4.) Leaving Las Vegas

5.) Boyz N’ The Hood

6.) Magnolia

7.) Eyes Wide Shut

8.) Sling Blade

9.) Se7en

10.) Three Colors: Blue

Friends of Movie Mezzanine

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Jordan Hoffman, ScreenCrush

1.) GoodFellas

2.) Fast, Cheap & Out of Control

3.) Miller’s Crossing

4.) Trees Lounge

5.) The Girl on the Bridge

6.) The Sweet Hereafter

7.) Starship Troopers

8.) Beau Travail

9.) The Thin Red Line

10.) To Live

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Ryan McNeil, The Matinee

1.) Saving Private Ryan

2.) The Thin Red Line

3.) GoodFellas

4.) Out of Sight

5.) L.A. Confidential

6.) Pulp Fiction

7.) Groundhog Day

8.) The Matrix

9.) The Iron Giant

10.) Magnolia

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Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects

1.) Audition

2.) Closet Land

3.) Defending Your Life

4.) Election

5.) Happiness

6.) L.A. Confidential

7.) Se7en

8.) The Shawshank Redemption

9.) True Romance

10.) The Truman Show

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Jordan Raup, The Film Stage

1.) The Thin Red Line

2.) Eyes Wide Shut

3.) Chungking Express

4.) Pulp Fiction

5.) The Sweet Hereafter

6.) Goodfellas

7.) The Matrix

8.) Before Sunrise

9.) Terminator 2

10.) Fargo

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Chris Stuckmann, Film Critic/Filmmaker

1.) Schindler’s List

2.) Se7en

3.) The Shawshank Redemption

4.) Jurassic Park

5.) The Matrix

6.) The Terminator 2

7.) Pulp Fiction

8.) Toy Story

9.) Braveheart

10.) Silence of the Lambs

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David Ehrlich, Film.com

1.) Close-Up

2.) After Life

3.) Three Colors: Blue

4.) Breaking the Waves

5.) Schindler’s List

6.) Good Will Hunting

7.) Irma Vep

8.) Eyes Wide Shut

9.) Chungking Express

10.) Underground

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Matt Goldberg, Collider

1.) The Iron Giant

2.) Beauty and the Beast

3.) Miller’s Crossing

4.) Jurassic Park

5.) The Usual Suspects

6.) Unforgiven

7.) The Big Lebowski

8.) Pulp Fiction

9.) A Few Good Men

10.) BASEketball

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 Andrew Parker, Dork Shelf

1.) Chungking Express

2.) Breaking the Waves

3.) L.A. Confidential

4.) Close-Up

5.) Magnolia

6.) Schindler’s List

7.) Bringing Out the Dead

8.) The Sweet Hereafter

9.) Miller’s Crossing

10.) Toy Story

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Jack Giroux, Film School Rejects

1.) L.A. Confidential

2.) Shawshank Redemption

3.) JFK

4.) Barton Fink

5.) The Truman Show

6.) Magnolia

7.) Ed Wood

8.) Jackie Brown

9.) Bringing Out the Dead

10.) Jerry Maguire

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Lucas McNelly, Filmmaker

1.) The Double Life of Veronique

2.) Magnolia

3.) Fight Club

4.) GoodFellas

5.) Rushmore

6.) Boogie Nights

7.) Three Colors: Blue

8.) The Thin Red Line

9.) Pulp Fiction

10.) Swingers

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Alex Billington, First Showing

1.) The Matrix

2.) Saving Private Ryan

3.) The Fifth Element

4.) Starship Troopers

5.) Jurassic Park

6.) Fight Club

7.) Terminator 2

8.) Groundhog Day

9.) Home Alone

10.) Mighty Ducks

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Michal Oleszczyk, Roger Ebert’s Far-flung Correspondent

1.) The Thin Red Line

2.) The Long Day Closes

3.) Topsy-Turvy

4.) Jackie Brown

5.) Rosetta

6.) Pulp Fiction

7.) L.A. Confidential

8.) The Shawshank Redemption

9.) Satantango

10.) Being John Malkovich

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James Ward, Visalia Times-Delta

1.) Pulp Fiction

2.) Schindler’s List

3.) Saving Private Ryan

4.) GoodFellas

5.) L.A. Confidential

6.) Magnolia

7.) Fargo

8.) Short Cuts

9.) Toy Story and Toy Story 2

10.) The Silence of the Lambs

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Allison Loring, Film School Rejects

1.) Fight Club

2.) Jurassic Park

3.) Romeo + Juliet

4.) Jerry Maguire

5.) Father of the Bride

6.) The Big Lebowski

7.) Forrest Gump

8.) Home Alone

9.) Toy Story

10.) Cruel Intentions

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Germain Lussier, SlashFilm

1.) Swingers

2.) Boogie Nights

3.) The Sandlot

4.) Terminator 2: Judgement Day

5.) Jurassic Park

6.) Fargo

7.) Rushmore

8.) GoodFellas

9.) Rudy

10.) Pulp Fiction

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Ethan Anderton, First Showing

1.) The Shawshank Redemption

2.) Saving Private Ryan

3.) Jurassic Park

4.) A Few Good Men

5.) Silence of the Lambs

6.) Pulp Fiction

7.) Good Will Hunting

8.) Se7en

9.) American Beauty

10.) Wayne’s World

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Laremy Legel

Author of “Film Critic: A Decade Behind the Scenes in the Movie Industry

1.) Magnolia

2.) The Fifth Element

3.) Trainspotting

4.) True Romance

5.) Waiting for Guffman

6.) Hunt for the Red October

7.) Gross Pointe Blank

8.) Falling Down

9.) The Big Lebowski

10.) 12 Monkeys

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Steve Greene, CriticWire

1.) Reservoir Dogs

2.) Glengarry Glen Ross

3.) Before Sunrise

4.) The Iron Giant

5.) Fargo

6.) Close-Up

7.) Se7en

8.) Run Lola Run

9.) The Silence of the Lambs

10.) La Haine

Now it’s your turn to contribute readers. In the comment section below, provide your top ten of the 1990s (1990-99), ordered from 1 – 10. Again, we thank you. 

About The Author

Samuel Fragoso

Sam Fragoso is the founder and editor-in-chief of Movie Mezzanine. His work regularly appears at RogeEbert.com, The Dissolve, Indiewire, The Week, SF Bay, Film School Rejects and whoever else will have him.

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  • j.d.

    crimes and misdemeanors is 1989 film, einstein

    • http://www.moviemezzanine.com/ Sam Fragoso

      It is! Thank you for the correction … and your lovely comment.

  • http://twitter.com/toro913 Miran Terzic

    1. Chungking Express
    2. Fargo
    3. Rushmore
    4. Underground
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. Goodfellas
    7. Show Me Love
    8. Three Colors; Blue
    9. Dazed and Confused
    10.Buffalo ’66

    • http://www.moviemezzanine.com/ Sam Fragoso

      It was a struggle to choose between Casino and GoodFellas. Though, I’m getting the feeling I’m the only one with that struggle.

  • Christopher Runyon

    Some films that didn’t make my list but are certainly honorable mentions:

    Anything by the Coens, PTA, David Lynch, or Quentin Tarantino
    Being John Malkovich
    Saving Private Ryan
    True Lies
    Se7en
    Eyes Wide Shut
    The Blair Witch Project
    Before Sunrise
    Falling Down
    Jurassic Park
    Terminator 2
    Forrest Gump
    The Matrix
    Edward Scissorhands
    Silence of the Lambs
    Any of Pixar’s stuff from that decade
    Dark City
    Malcolm X
    South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut
    And…of course… Kindergarten Cop

  • Frank Bello

    1. Chungking Express
    2. Carlito’s Way
    3. Princess Mononoke
    4. Jackie Brown
    5. Goodfellas
    6. Beauty and The Beast
    7. L.A. Confidential
    8. Miller’s Crossing
    9. Toy Story 2

    10. Se7en

  • Steven Flores

    OK, this will be tough.

    1. Breaking the Waves
    2. Chungking Express
    3. Safe
    4. Reservoir Dogs
    5. Goodfellas
    6. Toy Story
    7. The Big Lebowski
    8. Rushmore
    9. Trainspotting
    10. The Thin Red Line

  • http://twitter.com/TyleKurner Kyle Turner

    1. Chungking Express

    2. Eat Drink Man Woman

    3. Breaking the Waves

    4. The Three Colors Trilogy

    5. Fargo

    6. Jackie Brown

    7. The Shawshank Redemption

    8. Being John Malkovich

    9. Se7en

    10. Toy Story

  • http://www.facebook.com/tamaradulva Tamara Dunn

    1. The Usual Suspects

    2. Toy Story

    3. Rushmore

    4. L.A. Confidential

    5. Hard Eight (Sydney)

    6. The Virgin Suicides

    7. Clueless

    8. Jackie Brown

    9. The Big Lebowski

    10. Casino

  • http://twitter.com/buckle22 Andrew Buckle

    1. Se7en

    2. The Usual Suspects

    3. The Shawshank Redemption

    4. Pulp Fiction

    5. Three Colours: Red

    6. Fargo

    7. The Last of the Mohicans

    8. Heat

    9. American Beauty

    10. The Thin Red Line

  • Liam

    1. Magnolia
    2. Fargo
    3. The Iron Giant
    4. Toy Story
    5. Reservoir Dogs
    6. Husbands and Wives
    7. All About My Mother
    8. Beauty and the Beast
    9. Breaking the Waves
    10. Life is Beautiful

  • http://twitter.com/zeewillew Zach Lewis

    1. Sátántangó
    2. Close-Up
    3. A Moment of Innocence
    4. Blue (Kieslowski)
    5. Blue (Jarman)
    6. Histoire(s) du cinéma
    7. Eyes Wide Shut
    8. Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
    9. Rushmore
    10. Jackie Brown

    The rankings of 3-10 can be easily rearranged

    • Blake

      Nice on the Ghost Dog, that is my #11, tough to leave off. . .

    • gubblerchechenova

      Blue by Jarman is not even a movie. Don’t be a pretentious PC prick.

  • Queen_Boudicca

    Steve Greene, you are my soulmate. I thought I was the only person who considers Reservoir Dogs to be a superior film to Pulp Fiction.

  • http://twitter.com/juvie_cinephile CM Gardner

    A Brighter Summer Day
    Being John Malkovich
    The Big Lebowski
    Close-Up
    Crumb
    Dead Man
    The Iron Giant
    Jackie Brown
    Paris Is Burning
    Reservoir Dogs

  • Willow Catelyn

    1. Fallen Angels
    2. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
    3. End of Evangelion
    4. The Piano
    5. Breaking the Waves
    6. Perfect Blue
    7. Orlando
    8.The Bridges of Madison County
    9. Showgirls
    10. The Big Lebowski

  • http://www.facebook.com/eric.p.larson Eric Peter Larson

    1) Jurassic Park
    2) LA Confidential
    3) The Limey
    4) Edward Scissorhands
    5) Terminator 2
    6) Dumb and Dumber
    7) Leon – The Professional
    8) Abre Los Ojos (Open Your Eyes)
    9) The Rock
    10) Rounders

    Alternate 10 –

    12 Monkeys
    Happy Gilmore
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Good Will Hunting
    Menace II Society
    The Truman Show
    The Fugitive
    The Big Lebowski
    The Usual Suspects
    Run Lola Run

  • RuthElizabeth

    So many great films here! I adore all the love that Close-Up is getting :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.hager.18 Andrew Hager

    1. Magnolia
    2. The Big Lebowski
    3. Nixon
    4. Malcolm X
    5. Fight Club
    6. Short Cuts
    7. JFK
    8. The Thin Red Line
    9. Three Kings
    10. Goodfellas

  • James Ewing

    1. Three Colors: Blue
    2. The Double Life of Veronique
    3. The Thin Red Line
    4. Beauty and the Beast
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. La promesse
    7. Buffalo ’66
    8. Taste of Cherry
    9. Whisper of the Heart
    10. Groundhog Day

  • TheOneWhoKnocks

    Well, Scorsese wins this decade, and I’m guessing a lot of the next two as well.
    10. Schindler’s List
    9. Trainspotting
    8. Boogie Nights
    7. Rushmore
    6. Jurassic Park
    5. L.A. Confidential
    4. Pulp Fiction
    3. Eyes Wide Shut
    2. The Thin Red Line
    1. Goodfellas

  • http://twitter.com/BullseyeBenesh Jordan Benesh

    1. The Shawshank Redemption
    2. Office Space
    3. Toy Story
    4. Seven
    5. Rushmore
    6. Fargo
    7. L.A. Confidential
    8. American Beauty
    9. The Usual Suspects
    10. Pulp Fiction

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Stephen-Shepard/525315351 Stephen Shepard

    1. Contact
    2. The Shawshank Redemption
    3. Saving Private Ryan
    4. L.A. Confidential
    5. Schindler’s List
    6. Braveheart
    7. Malcolm X
    8. JFK
    9. American Beauty
    10. Forrest Gump

  • http://twitter.com/oldfilmsflicker Marya

    off the top of ny head:

    1. The English Patient
    2. Little Women
    3. The Thin Red Line
    4. L.A. Confidential
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. tie: As Good As It Gets/Jerry Maguire
    7. Before Sunrise
    8. The Truman Show
    9. Edward Scissorhands
    10. Pleasantville

  • trioval

    1) The Usual Suspects
    2) Se7en
    3) Pulp Fiction
    4) Fight Club
    5) The Green Mile
    6) Groundhog Day
    7) Jurassic Park
    8) The Matrix
    9) Dances With Wolves
    10) The Talented Mr. Ripley

  • http://twitter.com/TheEndofCinema Sean Gilman

    1. Chungking Express

    2. Good Men Good Women

    3. Slacker

    4. The Mission

    5. Last of the Mohicans

    6. Three Colors: Blue

    7. Dead Man

    8. Irma Vep

    9. A Brighter Summer Day

    10. Beau travail

  • Tom M.

    1. Heat
    2. Close-Up
    3. Days of Being Wild
    4. The Thin Red Line
    5. Showgirls
    6. Beau Travail
    7. Eyes Wide Shut
    8. Flowers from Shanghai
    9. Naked
    10. The Long Day Closes

  • http://twitter.com/ryan_fernand Ryan Fernand

    1. Saving Private Ryan
    2. Jurassic Park
    3. Unforgiven
    4. Dances With Wolves
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. Forrest Gump
    7. The Matrix
    8. The Thin Red Line
    9. Boogie Nights
    10. The Silence of the Lambs

  • http://twitter.com/TheGoogooboo Marshall Flores

    1. The Shawshank Redemption
    2. The Silence of the Lambs
    3. The Insider
    4. Schindler’s List
    5. L.A. Confidential
    6. The Double Life of Veronique
    7. Fargo

    8. Sense and Sensibility
    9. Terminator 2: Judgement Day
    10. Princess Mononoke

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  • http://twitter.com/MarcusIrving317 Marcus Irving

    1. Chasing Amy
    2. Pulp Fiction
    3. Goodfellas
    4. Fight Club
    5. The Fifth Element
    6. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    7. The Matrix
    8. Magnolia
    9. Se7en
    10. Boogie Nights

  • http://www.facebook.com/trevor.o.cameron Trevor Ossian Cameron

    1. Man Bites Dog
    2. La Femme Nikita
    3. Fallen Angels
    4. Pulp Fiction
    5. Fight Club
    6. Fudoh: The New Generation
    7. The Big Lebowski
    8. Wild at Heart
    9. El Mariachi
    10. Jackie Brown

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.gerber.9678 David Gerber

    1. Fargo
    2. All About My Mother
    3. Trust
    4. Being John Malkovich
    5 Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
    6 Crumb
    7 Boogie Nights
    8 Fight Club
    9 Awakenings
    10 The Fisher King

  • http://www.facebook.com/MarshallApplewhite666 Haven Hamilton

    1. Magnolia
    2.Bad Lieutenant
    3. Happiness
    4.Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills
    5. In the Company of Men
    6. Let Him Have It
    7. Quiz Show
    8. The Krays
    9. Let Him Have It
    10. The People vs Larry Flynt/ A Simple Plan

  • Blake

    1. Unforgiven
    2. Fight Club
    3. The Matrix
    4. The Thin Red Line
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. Edward Scissorhands
    7. Delicatessen
    8. Breaking the Waves
    9. Dazed and Confused
    10. Jurassic Park

  • http://twitter.com/twscritic The Warning Sign

    Putting this list together made me realize just how great the 90s were for film.

    1) Dazed and Confused
    2) Pulp Fiction
    3) L.A. Confidential
    4) Boogie Nights
    5) Hoop Dreams
    6) Trainspotting
    7) Goodfellas
    8) Glengarry Glen Ross
    9) Before Sunrise
    10) Magnolia

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  • http://twitter.com/robertferreira Robert Ferreira

    I was a child in the 80s, but I grew up in the 90s.

    Bad Lieutenant (1992)
    Carlito’s Way (1993)
    Dazed and Confused (1993)
    Three Colours: Red (1994)
    Breaking the Waves (1996)
    Crash (1996)
    Secrets & Lies (1996)
    The Big Lebowski (1998)
    Out of Sight (1998)
    Ring (1998)

    I could go on and on, but I won’t.

  • http://twitter.com/Aamoran101 Aaron moran

    1. American Beauty
    2. Casino
    3. Goodfellas
    4. Trainspotting
    5. Se7en
    6. Fight Club
    7. Fargo
    8. Reservoir Dogs
    9. True Romance
    10. Jackie Brown

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicnerd96 Mark Angelini Jr.

    1. Jurassic Park

    2. Terminator 2: Judgement Day

    3. The Shawshank Redemption

    4. Forrest Gump

    5. Pulp Fiction

    6. The Lion King

    7. Schindler’s List

    8. The Sixth Sense

    9. The Big Lebowski

    10. Toy Story

    Honorable mentions: Reservoir Dogs, The Green Mile, American Beauty, The Mummy (biggest guilty pleasure of all time), The Iron Giant

  • http://www.facebook.com/ColemanShedman Brian Donohue

    1. Fargo
    2. Unforgiven
    3. Schindler’s List
    4. The Remains of the Day
    5. Nobody’s Fool
    6. A River Runs Through It
    7. Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control
    8. Shadowlands
    9. Breaking The Waves
    10. Saving Private Ryan

  • CineFile

    Okay, here goes:

    1. GoodFellas
    2. The Thin Red Line
    3. Unforgiven
    4. Eyes Wide Shut
    5. Heat
    6. Rushmore
    7. Malcolm X
    8. The Silence of the Lambs
    9. Close-Up
    10. Reservoir Dogs

  • Ben

    1. Dead Man
    2. Before Sunrise
    3. Romper Stomper
    4. Husbands and Wives
    5. The Player
    6. Peter’s Friends
    7. Ed Wood
    8. Secrets & Lies
    9. Crash
    10. Lost Highway

    Honourable mentions: Man Bites Dog, Barton Fink, La Haine, Delicatessen, Trainspotting, Croupier, The Thin Red Line; films by already-mentioned directors: Fargo, Naked, Life Is Sweet, Short Cuts, Dazed and Confused.

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  • http://ostrovletania.blogspot.com/ Andrea Ostrov Letania

    Dazed and Confused, Sunshine(Szabo), Time Regained, Topsy-Turvy, Jurassic Park, Goodfellas, Carlito’s Way, Reservoir Dogs, Eyes Wide Shut, L’Appartement.

    Bonus: Casino, Wild Bill, Age of Innocence, Kids Return, Colonel Chabert, Daddy Nostalgia, Lady and the Duke, Underground, Black Cat White Cat, Shall We Dance, Waterworld.

  • Robbery

    1. GoodFellas
    2. Safe
    3. Breaking the Waves
    4. Fargo
    5. Crumb
    6. Paris is Burning
    7. My Favorite Season
    8. Magnolia
    9. Pulp Fiction
    10. Dazed and Confused

  • gubblerchechenova

    Exotica.

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