The 90s are years that are very recognizable and we all at some point want to teleport back to that time. There is no doubt that some of the best films of all time were made just these years. It was extremely difficult to separate only 5 of them, but take a look at the list below!
Forrest Gump (1994)
Beginning in his early childhood, Forest attended events that significantly affected everyone in the United States and became, among other things, a holder of a medal for bravery, a war hero, a popular university football player, and, later, a fighter for the end of the Vietnam War. This is a drama from the 90s that will not leave anyone indifferent.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
The film When the Lambs Go Silent is justifiably one of the greatest unavoidable classics of world cinema. Clarice Starling is an FBI detective who interrupts her training in Quantum to interview Hannibal, a former psychiatrist and a man who became a serial killer of cannibals. The film won 5 Oscars and is considered a masterpiece.
Pretty Woman (1990)
Edward Lewis (R. Gere) is a ruthless and extremely wealthy businessman specializing in buying companies in business difficulties falling in love with a young and attractive street prostitute Vivian Ward. This film fairy tale, a blend of “Cinderella” and “Traviate”, has grossed over $ 450 million in worldwide cinema distribution.
Martin Scorsese’s crime drama about a real mafia informant, Henry Hill, has gathered a fantastic cast: Roberta de Niro, Ray Liotto, Joe Pesci. The film was nominated in six categories for the American Film Academy Award, and Joe Pesci won the Oscar for the supporting male role.
Schindler’s List (1993)
The Holocaust is definitely one of the most terrible and impressive events of the twentieth century. “Schindler’s List” is a tribute and recognition to all those who lost their lives in the Holocaust, and in addition a dramatic film adaptation of a dark and frightening period during the Second World War. One of the most phenomenal films ever, a must-see!