Favourite Movie From Each Year Of The 1990s


#41

Wachowski Sisters now


#42

Not until fat lady time…


#43

What a movie The Game is…such a trip!


#44

Kids. 1 of your favourite movies? It’s really deep and makes you think…alot.


#45

1990; Cadence
(Jacobs Ladder, Tremors, Flatliners, Days of Thunder, Edward Scissorhands, Cadillac Man, Ghost, Home Alone, Dances with Wolves, Total Recall)

1991: Fried Green Tomatoes
(Proof, The Commitments, True Colours, Cape Fear, Backdraft, Prince of Tides, Point Break, My Girl, JFK)

1992: Strictly Ballroom
(Lorenzo’s Oil, Chaplin, Basis Instinct, A Few Good Men, Sister Act, The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, The Mighty Ducks)

1993: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
(Boxing Helena, The Firm, Grumpy Old Men, Mrs DoubtFire, The Sandlot Kids, Tombstone, The Vanishing, Cool Runnings)

1994: Priscilla Queen of the Desert
(Muriel’s Wedding, The Sum of Us, Forrest Gump, The Lion King, Legends of the Fall,The Client, Interview with a Vampire, Shawshank Redemption, Speed, Wyatt Earp)

1995: Rob Roy
(Babe, Desperado, How to Make an American Quilt, Dangerous Minds, The Usual Suspects)

1996: A Time to Kill
(Michael Collins, Sleepers, Sling Blade, The People vs Larry Flint, Happy Gilmore, , The Tin Cup, Ghost of Mississippi, Independence Day)

1997: The Castle
(Good Will Hunting, Oscar and Lucinda, 12 Angry Men, Gattaca, Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion, The Rainmaker, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil)

1998: American History X (first time viewing a few months ago)
(Dark City, Head On (first time viewing a few weeks ago), The Interview, Wild Things, Les Miserables, The Mask of Zorro, Saving Private Ryan, Pleasantville, What Dreams May Come, The Thin Red Line)

1999: Fight Club
(Two Hands, Erskineville Kings, 10 Things I Hate About You, Being John Malkovich, Boys Don’t Cry, The Cider House Rules, The Green Mile, Magnolia, The Mummy, The Sixth Sense, Sleepy Hollow, The Talented Mr Ripley, Varsity Blues, The Other Sister, Bringing Out The Dead)


#46

1990 - Edward Scissorhands
1991 - Terminator 2
1992 - Reservoir Dogs
1993 - Groundhog Day
1994 - Pulp Fiction
1995 - ToyStory
1996 - Trainspotting
1997 -Starship Troopers
1998 - The Truman Show
1999 - The Green Mile/ Fight Club


#47

Nice.

1999 was a very competitive year, but this deserves a mention.


#48

Denise Richards’ rack is Oscar worthy. The scene with Neve would be one of the most re-watched of the decade. :stuck_out_tongue:


#49

1990 - Goodfellas

1991 - T2/The Silence of the Lambs/Point Break

1992 - Reservoir Dogs/Romper Stomper

1993 - In the Name of the Father/Groundhog Day

1994 - Pulp Fiction/The Shawshank Redemption/Clerks/The Crow/Once Were Warriors

1995 - Heat/Braveheart

1996 - Primal Fear

1997 - Good Will Hunting/Life is Beautiful/Boogie Nights/Chasing Amy

1998 - American History X/There’s Something About Mary

1999 - Fight Club/The Matrix/Human Traffic/American Beauty


#50

COUPE DE VILLE

WHAT ABOUT BOB

THE MIGHTY DUCKS

FALLING DOWN

THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION

TOY STORY

THE CABLE GUY

DONNIE BRASCO

AMERICAN HISTORY X

THE GREEN MILE


#51

Europa was a good movie, completely forgot about it. Watched it with school because we were studying the Second World War. Good call.


#52

I’ve just collated from the entries here.

1990
Dances with Wolves
1991
Silence of the Lambs
The Commitments
1992
A Few Good Men
1993
Schindler’s List
Falling Down
1994
The Shawshank Redemption
Forrest Gump
1995
The Usual Suspects
1996
Fargo
1997
Good Will Hunting
LA Confidential
1998
Saving Private Ryan
The Big Lebowski
1999
Two Hands
Notting Hill


#53

Never thought I would see Noonan partake in a list


#54

Oh man I completely forgot about the long kiss goodnight and a time to kill. Both top notch films

Long kiss goodnight, great action film
A time to kill- great film, always love a good courtroom drama and this is one of the best


#55

Noonan likes Notting hill? Great movie but never in a million years did I think that was his type of film


#56

Noonan is a big sweetheart afterall


#57

Perhaps, he also knew a girl at school called Pandora. :wink:


#58

You get to a certain age and your life is defined by lists.

Medications
Doctors appointments
Funerals


#59

I went to a boys’ school.

No Pandora there, otherwise I could have seen her box.

I enjoyed the big 3 Richard Curtis films.


#60

Likewise. Every female teacher was a smokin’ hot Pandora when I was 13-14. :wink:

Pirate Radio was also fun.