Best Films Of The 1990s

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Best Films Of The 1990s

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1990: Goodfellas
Jan-Mar: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Apr-Jun: Total Recall
July-Sept: Goodfellas
Oct-Dec: Edward Scissorhands
1991:Silence Of The Lambs
Jan-Mar: Silence Of The Lambs
Apr-Jun: What About Bob?
July-Sept: Terminator 2: Judgement Day
Oct-Dec: Beauty And The Beast
1992:
Jan-Mar: Wayne's World
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I'll be running off Delicatessen and Batman Returns for best film of April - June 1992 when I can figure out how to post a poll... Any ideas?

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And are there any final takers on nominations/ seconds for July - September 1992?

So far we have seconded:

A League Of Their Own
Last Of The Mohicans
Singles

And nominated:

Unforgiven
Sneakers
Diggstown
Mr. Saturday Night
Mom And Dad Save The World
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Universal Soldier

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two ideas. I have not seen any way to make a poll. and give it to Delicatessen. LOL

I will second Unforgiven and Universal Soldier.
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We've got a lot of 90's left.... let's figure out a way to keep this thread going, it's cool.

Nominees for best film of Jul-Sep 1992:

A League of Their Own
Last of the Mohicans
Singles
Unforgiven
Universal Soldier


I will vote for A League of Their Own, because it was one of Hanks's best and definitely Jon Lovitz's best role ever.
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I vote for Unforgiven.

Meanwhile, nominations for October-December 1992...

The Crying Game
Aladdin
Malcolm X
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I'll second Aladdin, and nominate:

A Few Good Men (stellar cast)
Under Siege (only Seagal movie I actually liked)
The Public Eye (great Pesci vehicle)
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Vote for Unforgiven.

Second A Few Good Men and The Crying Game
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Come on! More! We need more!
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Ok adding my new nominations for Oct-Dec of 92.

Reservoir Dogs
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Hoffa
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I second Reservoir Dogs. My favorite film of 1992.
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Anyone? Anyone?
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Sorry, Reservoir Dogs would beat anything else for me, so I can't really nominate any others.
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I'll second A League of their own and Last of the Mohicans. Really good period. Why can't we put up polls!!!
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We're not "seconding" the films of Jul-Sep 1992, Geezer, we're voting for a winner.

Nominees for best film of Jul-Sep 1992:

A League of Their Own
Last of the Mohicans
Singles
Unforgiven (2 votes)
Universal Soldier



Nominees for consideration for best film of Oct-Dec 1992:

Aladdin (seconded)
The Crying Game (seconded)
A Few Good Men (seconded)
Reservoir Dogs (seconded)
Malcolm X
Under Seige
The Public Eye
Hoffa
Bram Stoker's Dracula
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