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1001 Movies ... my own version (1990's)

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People who added this item 959 Average listal rating (581 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3
Nikita (1990)


Notes: I have always been a fan of this movie. First of all, to be honest, I always had a hard time with Luc Besson's work as a director, without mentioning the even more underwhelming movies he has produced during the last 2 decades. I mean, visually speaking, he is actually a fine director, probably one of the most talented French directors of the last 30 years and indeed his directing was always top notch but I always find his stories rather pretentious and even underwhelming. This movie is however the big exception. As usual, it looked pretty awesome but, this time, the story was really entertaining and quite spellbinding to behold. We shouldn't forget Anne Parillaud who was great here and easily delivered the best performance you will ever see in a Besson production. Finally, the soundtrack by Eric Serra wat just really perfect and managed to immerse you even more in this fascinating world. Basically, it is easily my favorite movie directed by Luc Besson and I seriously don't understand why the vastly overrated 'Léon' gets so much more credit than this superior feature.
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People who added this item 8486 Average listal rating (6062 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.9


Notes: This movie was the start of a very prolific relationship between Johhnny Depp and Tim Burton and for many viewers, it is, so far, the best movie directed by Tim Burton. It was also the rebirth of Johnny Depp who was back then struggling with his teenage heartthrob image but with this flick, he made it clear he wanted something else in his career. From then on, he became one of the most excentric, original and fascinating actors (a box-office poison according to the major studio producers). But everything changed because of Captain Jack Sparrow... Since then, Depp has become the box-office king for a while but I'm afraid his new movies, even though they were maybe hugely popular, were not really interesting compared to what he did before in the 90's. Anyway, his first movie with Tim Burton was pretty awesome. I think I enjoyed 'Big Fish' a little more but it is definitely a close call. Basically, the story was some kind of twisted fairy tale, the whole thing looked gorgeous and Depp gave one of his best performances.
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People who added this item 110 Average listal rating (58 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.5


Notes: Recently, I watched ‘Top of the Lake’ with my wife and even though it wasn’t really flawless, there was something quite spellbinding about this TV-show and it was a great reminder of why Jane Campion is (or at least used to be) one of the most interesting directors in the world. First of all, even though it was a critical success, I actually had a hard time to care for ‘Sweetie’, Campion’ s directing debut. However, this 2nd directing effort was just mind-blowing. I have to admit that I never heard of Janet Frame before watching this movie but, apparently, it was the case for most of the viewers. Anyway, I thought it was a really fascinating and heartbreaking story. Indeed, I have always been interested in movies dealing with mental illness and this movie must be one of the best I have seen about this subject. By the way, what happened to Kerry Fox? After this movie, she would show up in ‘Shallow Grave’ and ‘Intimacy’ but the rest of her career would have been filled with some rather obscure features.
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People who added this item 4157 Average listal rating (2784 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.7
GoodFellas (1990)


Notes: For many people, it remains the best movie directed by Martin Scorsese and, for some, it is even the best movie ever made. Personally, I think it is probably the first flick directed by Scorsese that I saw. Back then, I must been have 15-16 years old and, indeed, I thought it was just awesome. Whereas I had to watch the Godfather at least twice before I was really able to enjoy it, I loved this movie right away. Indeed, the whole thing was just full of energy and adrenaline, filled with conflicted and fascinating characters. Basically, it is a great movie and of course one of the best movies directed by Martin Scorsese. Still, as I grow older I must admit that, in the same genre, I tend to enjoy more The Godfather flicks than this one because they are more subtle and more cerebral in my opinion but it remains a great movie. The whole thing is just plain entertaining and completely fascinating and unfortunately, once again, back then, Martin Scorsese was ignored by the academy and, instead, the decent but not really great 'Dances with the wolves' ended up with the big prize.
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Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. Sometimes, I do wonder if Krzysztof Kieslowski is really famous among the Listal users and that's a shame because he is responsible of some of the most striking movies of the 90's and 80's. I can’t believe he passed away already 20 years ago and, in fact, I should myself watch many more of his movies. On top of that, I was probably too young to really appreciate his Three colors trilogy and I hope I will give it a second chance at some point in the future. Right now, I actually preferred this one which is my favorite of his movies so far. Indeed, I thought this tale was just mesmerizing. I have to confess that probably most of the symbolism went over my head but I just loved the mood and I felt a great connection with this story and the characters involved (something I was slightly missing with the Three colors trilogy). Concerning Irène Jacob, back then, it seemed that she would become the next great French actress but aside from the massive 2 classics she made with this great master, her career turned out to be rather underwhelming after all.
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People who added this item 255 Average listal rating (145 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 6.9
Dead Again (1991)


Notes: To be honest, it has been ages since I saw this flick and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. Basically, back in the 90's, Kenneth Branagh was one of the most interesting directors around and I was a huge fan of his work. Indeed, back in those days, Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson were definitely a golden couple and, out of the 4 movies they would make together, it was definitely one of the best (I still think I prefer ‘Peter's Friends’ which is terribly underrated in my opinion). I guess, one of the reasons why this movie worked so well for me was the fact that I hadn’t seen yet so many preposterous thrillers with some ridiculously far-fetched plot so it might have allowed me to appreciate this movie slightly more than it actually deserved. Following ‘Hamlet’ which was probably his most ambitious project, Branagh spent most of the 2000’s directing some really obscure features and he would make his come-back thanks to Marvel who would hire him to direct ‘Thor’ which was not bad.
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People who added this item 91 Average listal rating (40 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.1
Riff-Raff (1991)


Notes: Nowadays, I keep watching the movies directed by Ken Loach but even though they are decent, it has been a while since he made something that really impressed me ('I, Daniel Blake' was an impressive come-back though). It’s too bad because, back in the 90’s, I was quite a fan of his work, he directed his best movies and this one was definitely one of my favorites. Indeed, you have his usual sober and realistic directing style, almost documentary-like, with the usual bleak British social background. The big difference with this movie is that the tale was really compelling and I really cared for the characters involved which was unfortunately not really the case concerning Loach’s more recent work. Concerning Robert Carlyle, pretty much like Loach, back in the 90’s, he was probably one of the most compelling actors at work (especially after his breakthrough in ‘Trainspotting’) and it’s too bad he doesn’t do anything really amazing nowadays. In this movie, he was giving his full feature length debut and, right from the start, it was pretty obvious that the guy was the real deal as he gave a really solid performance.
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People who added this item 39 Average listal rating (14 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 6.9


Notes: Basically, it is another rather obscure French feature that almost nobody on Listal has seen apparently. To be honest, it has been a while since I have watched this flick and maybe I should check it out again at some point. Anyway, I have noticed that while André Téchiné is probably one of the most heralded directors in France, he is not very famous abroad which is quite a shame since he has directed some pretty good movies. This one was, out of all his movies I have seen so far, his best one. Of course, there was the always dependable Philippe Noiret but I must say that I was actually really positively surprised by Emmanuelle Béart. Indeed, Béart is one of those actresses that is so gorgeous (at least, back in those days) that it becomes a distraction and you start to wonder if she is just another pretty face who's not really able to actually act. Well, in this movie, she definitely delivered one of her best performances. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, even though it is rather obscure and even though the whole thing is rather bleak and quite depressing, I think it is definitely worth a look.
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Notes: It must be the ultimate making-of and it is not very often that a making-of is released as a stand-alone feature like this one (another example is ‘Lost in La Mancha’ ). Of course, ‘Apocalypse Now’ is a really impressive movie, one of the many masterpieces directed by Francis Ford Coppola in the 70’s (Man, the guy was really on fire back in those days!) and we all heard about the rumors surrounding the hellish shooting but it was just really awesome to have a full length feature telling us all the dirty and (very often) crazy details. An interesting thing about this flick is that even though the production is really messed up and, here, we are talking of a very different level of messed up, you still can get a very good movie or even a masterpiece, at least in this case. In my opinion, the best way to go is to first watch ‘Apocalypse Now’, then watch this documentary and then again ‘Apocalypse Now’ or maybe even the Redux version.
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People who added this item 51 Average listal rating (39 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.5
Shattered (1991)


Notes: As you may have noticed, I tend to be really critical concerning thrillers in general. Indeed, even though many are entertaining, the modern thrillers tend to really get on my nerves with their ridiculous plots and annoying twists. However, there are a few exceptions and this movie is definitely one of them. Indeed, I saw this flick something more than 20 years ago and, back then, I was really blown away by the whole thing. It is rather surprising because there is actually a completely over-the-top story and a preposterous twist (the very things I usually despise in your typical thriller) but, somehow, this time, I thought it was completely captivating and it used to be actually one of my favorite movies. Back then, I had never seen a thriller with such unbelievable twits and it really blew me away. Imagine if Hitchcok made a movie in the 90's, it might have looked like this one. Back then, the Italian actress Greta Scacchi was a hot item in Hollywood and was just mesmerizing in this flick. Tom Berenger was also at the pick of his career and did a pretty good job too. The whole thing was also directed by Wolfgang Petersen which never made a similar flick before or after during his career.
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People who added this item 1256 Average listal rating (708 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.6
Delicatessen (1991)


Notes: I’m not sure if this movie has a big reputation abroad but, in France, it is definitely considered as a massive cult-classic. Back in those days, there was no ‘Jean-Pierre Jeunet’ but only ‘Caro & Jeunet’, at least, that’s how they were known in France at the time. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, it seriously exceeded my expectations, something that sadly doesn’t happen very often these days, and I was just quite blown away by the whole thing. Indeed, first of all, it is just a very original movie, above all, visually, but it went beyond that. Indeed, I really liked this story which was some kind of dark fairy tale with some rather messed-up characters. Eventually, Caro & Jeunet would work again together for ‘La cité des enfants perdus’, another very interesting French cult-classic, and they had a big budget this time but it would be the last movie they would make together which is too bad.
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People who added this item 1310 Average listal rating (803 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 8
JFK (1991)


Notes: Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick. I think it must have been 18-20 years ago. Frankly, I didn't really care a lot at the time about this historical murder but since I grew wiser, I thought I should re-watch it. Anyway, after 'Platoon', it is probably the most heralded picture directed by Oliver Stone and easily the most controversial one. Indeed, back in those days, Stone still had some balls, especially compared to the rather friendly 'W.' and above all compared to the terribly mushy 'World Trade Center'. Even if you put aside the controversial aspect of the subject, it still remain a fascinating and really entertaining flick. Plus, Oliver Stone had a great cast at this disposal (Kevin Costner, Jack Lemmon, Vincent D'Onofrio, Gary Oldman, Sissy Spacek, Joe Pesci, Walter Matthau, Tommy Lee Jones, John Candy, Kevin Bacon, Donald Sutherland, Martin Sheen). The greatest achievement, in my opinion, is that they managed to take a major page of history, shading some lights on these very dark times and also entertain the viewer at the same time.
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People who added this item 5154 Average listal rating (3514 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 8
Aladdin (1992)


Notes: By now, I have seen pretty much all the Disney animated classics and, after all these years, this movie still remain my favorite one. I remember it very well, it was released during the big renaissance of Disney, it was a huge critical and commercial success at the time, even their biggest box-office hit ever. Unfortunately, just a few years later, they would release 'The Lion King' which managed to became even bigger. Indeed, it was so huge, it became their biggest success for the next 20 years, until 'Frozen' finally broke this record. Therefore, 'Aladdin' always remained in the shadow of 'The Lion King' when it is, in fact, much superior in my opinion. Indeed, it was just another timeless fairy tale but, this time, they managed to add so many great elements to this old formula that the end-result was just amazing. Of course, it will be always remembered for the Genie thanks to one of the most memorable performances by Robin Williams. Nowadays, it is something common to have some big names giving their voices for the most insignificant animated characters but, back then, it was someting new and Robin Williams managed to create one of the most fun and memorable characters in Disney's rich history. In fact, what makes also this movie really work is also his lengthy introduction. Indeed, it takes its time to introduce this fascinating time and place but also to let us know Aladdin and Jasmine and to understand their motivations. Hell, I even liked a lot most of the songs when it is usually the most annoying trademark in those movies!
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People who added this item 667 Average listal rating (395 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.1


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick but I remember it so well. Indeed, I was so blown away by the whole thing and it became right away one of my all-time favorite movies. Back then, Harvey Keitel and Abel Ferrara were probably at the best of their career. I remember when I watched it (I was like 16 years old), I think I never saw anything similar before. Indeed, the tone was so dark, immoral, it displayed absolutely no mercy towards its main character and, yet, it was just so fascinating to behold. After being completely blown away by this movie, I became a huge fan of Abel Ferrara’s work and I tried to watch all his movies but, unfortunately, everything he made after ‘The Funeral’ became increasingly obscure and usually rather underwhelming. Anyway, eventually, 17 years later, Werner Herzorg came up with the bizarre idea of remaking this movie and, even though it was maybe not as awesome as Ferrara’s version, it was still a really good movie and easily the best thing starring Nicolas Cage during the last 10 years.
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People who added this item 431 Average listal rating (255 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.2
Bitter Moon (1992)


Notes: Even though it is not really one of the most highly regarded movies directed by Roman Polanski, it is actually my favorite one, as a matter of fact, it is one of my all time favorite movies. I mean, I have seen it when I was between 14 or 16 years old and it just blew me away. At the time, I had no idea you could make a love story which could be so twisted with such tormented characters. Eventually, it was one of those few movies that really changed my point of view about films in the sense that, after watching this movie, I understood that characters don't necessarily need to be good or evil, human characters are flawed and usually pretty messed up (though not always as messed up as in this movie, at least, I hope so...). Basically, the whole thing was just really fascinating to me. It is also rather interesting to point out that Polanski used his very own wife in the very 'demanding' female part. I really wonder what was going on in his mind but, considering his work and his rather chaotic past, it shouldn't be really pretty. Anyway, it is basically a love story full of destruction and sick obsessions. What is not to like ?
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People who added this item 5170 Average listal rating (3557 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.3


Notes: It might seem hard to believe but, for many many years, Quentin Tarantino was actually struggling to make his first movie. Eventually, after many failures, he came out with this feature and the rest is now history. I remember it very well when this movie came out, there was a huge buzz around this flick and, if I recall it correctly, it was released for a whole year in Paris in the movie theaters. Anyway, it had a huge impact and it is rightfully consider one of the best directing debuts ever made. In my opinion, it is actually still one of Tarantino's best movies and, as a matter of fact, I do think that he just went downhill from there. Indeed, in my opinion, this movie was such a success because Tarantino couldn't do everything he wanted at the time and he couldn't go on and on in his egotrip that has become most of his recent features. Basically, limited in space, time and money, he produced some of his best work and there was here some amazing writing, directing and acting. Harvey Keitel made with this movie a really impressive come-back here but the rest of the cast were just as amazing and they all provided some really strong performances.
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People who added this item 706 Average listal rating (425 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.2


Notes: It has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should really re-watch it at some point. On the other hand, I’m not sure if the whole thing would have the same impact if I knew what was going to happen. Anyway, I remember very well the first time I saw the damned thing. Indeed, somehow, I really didn’t know at all what it was about, I certainly didn’t know anything about the infamous twist occurring halfway through and I really didn’t see it coming at all. I remember it as if it was yesterday, I was with my one of my best buddies (who actually sadly passed away in 2016) and when the whole thing took place, we looked at each other completely flabbergasted (WTF?!?!) about what we just saw. It’s rather funny because I actually never really liked the usual twists in most of the thrillers but this one was, for me, completely unexpected. Basically, it is really weird movie which cannot be classified and it is is Neil Jordan's best movie so far. Indeed, the story was just really fascinating and so unexpected. The less you know about it, the more you will enjoy it.
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People who added this item 2034 Average listal rating (1326 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.2
Unforgiven (1992)


Notes: Even though some actors-turned-directors like Robert Redford, Kevin Costner, Mel Gibson or even Ben Affleck got some immediate critical recognition, it surprisingly took Clint Eastwood 20 years to get there, to finally be acknowledged as a major film maker. What happened then? This movie happened and completely changed the outlook on this icon whose work as a director wasn't really taken seriously until that point. I mean, Eastwood had already made 3 Westerns so far ('High Plains Drifter', 'The Outlaw Josey Wales', 'Pale Rider') and even though they were all pretty good, this flick was easily the best Western directed by Eastwood. What was so great about this flick was not really the directing (which was really good), the acting (which was really good as well) or the story (which was really entertaining), in my opinion, it was the tone. Indeed, I loved how rather grim and gloomy the whole thing was and the way Eastwood blurred the frontier between good or bad was just brilliant. This movie was also the proof that the Academy can pick up sometimes a worthy winner for the best picture award.
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People who added this item 798 Average listal rating (478 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.1


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. In fact, it has been a while since Jim Sheridan has released something really impressive. Indeed, I just saw recently 'Dream House', his last directing effort, and it had been a while since I saw such a half-baked thriller, without mentioning that he also got involved in this semi-biographical gangsta flick starring 50 Cent. Well, back in 90's, Sheridan was probably one of the most interesting directors and he managed to make not one but 3 movies with Daniel Day-Lewis and, considering how picky this actor can be, that's quite an achievement. Well, this movie was the 2nd one they made together and, even though it didn't get so much rave as 'My Left Foot', it was still a massive critical success when it was released and it really deserved all the praise. Indeed, once again, Day-Lewis was really impressive and gave a fascinating performance. The rest of the cast was really solid as well (Emma Thompson, Pete Postlethwaite) and the whole thing was just really compelling to watch. The only minor issue I might have is that the story was, after all, fairly generic and predictable but it was so well made and played, it still worked fine.
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People who added this item 391 Average listal rating (190 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.1


Notes: I remember very well when this movie was released. Back then, I was about 13-14 years, it was a big critical success and it even won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival. And yet, even though I have always been eager to check this movie, it eventually took me more than 20 years to finally watch the damned thing. Well, to be honest, I have to admit that it turned out to be a tough watch though. Indeed, even though I have myself always been interested in Asian movies, it still struggled to connect with this tale which lasted almost 3 hours. Furthermore, it didn't help that the beginning was rather confusing and messy. Still, when it was finished, I had to admit that the whole thing was still a fascinating epic tale. I did remind me of 'Stage Beauty' which was made 10 years later but even though they both shared some elements, this movie was definitely from another level. Indeed, the scope was so much bigger, with so many layers, it was just fascinating to behold. It was also pretty neat to see a younger Gong Li at the height of her career (seriously, after all these years, she pretty much still look exactly the same).
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People who added this item 768 Average listal rating (434 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.2


Notes: For many years, I have been tracking down the movies directed by the great Martin Scorsese, so I absolutely had to watch this movie at some point. And, once again, I wasn't disappointed, that’s for sure. Indeed, I thought it was a very good movie and it is definitely one of the best costume dramas I have ever seen. Unfortunately , it has become one of the most underrated movies directed by Scorsese. Indeed, after making some of the best gangster movies ever, Scorsese decided to completely shift gear and directed a costume drama. And you know what? It worked. In my opinion, it is a gorgeous and really fascinating picture. Usually, I really have a hard time to relate with such characters but, here, they managed to make me care about them and what they were going through. Of course, it helps when you have Daniel Day-Lewis in your cast... Day-Lewis was, as usual, terrific but Michelle Pfeiffer and Winona Ryder should also be credited for their performances.
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People who added this item 5083 Average listal rating (3481 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8


Notes: I have seen this movie so many times, I even saw the damned thing in the movie theater when it was released and it has never lost its appeal. Basically, it is a gorgeous picture at the same time dark and bleak but also joyful and charming. However, it is slightly annoying that Tim Burton got most of the credit concerning this picture when in fact, Henry Selick is the one who actually directed the whole thing. Eventually, in my opinion, Henry Selick is the one responsible for his greatness whereas Tim Burton was too busy working on other projects to actually directing it ... Selick should be the one credited for this jewel, not Burton. Of course, I have to admit it, you can see Tim Burton's influence as he provided many sketches in order to create the characters. Anyway, it is one of the darkest fairy tales I have ever seen, it is very bold and you should probably don't show it to young children. Anyway, it is visually mind-blowing, the characters are fascinating and I even liked the songs . In this genre, it is the best movie of its kind.
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People who added this item 5790 Average listal rating (3659 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 8.9


Notes: Even if Steven Spielberg has definitely made many very entertaining flicks in the past , I always had been kind of annoyed by his movies because they are most of the times not challenging enough, or too "nice" for my taste (For example, 'ET' is a good movie but the alien and the children tend to get on my nerves). However, with this movie, Spielberg finally displayed his skills showing a terribly bleak and dark tale. Of course, you could say that Schindler is a little too heroic but you can't argue that Amon Goethe is one of the most despicable and yet fascinating bad guys seen on the silver screen. The directing was great, the cast was awesome and the story was completely heartbreaking. It was so good that the Academy finally HAD to give Spielberg his Oscar which he had been denied for so many years.
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People who added this item 250 Average listal rating (138 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.7


Notes: I remember very well when this movie came out. Indeed, my sister was really enthusiast about this movie and she was the oen who actually made me discover Ang Lee. Basically, way before ‘Brokeback Mountain’, Ang Lee directed this gem about gay love. Back then, obviously, nobody knew who was this director, myself included, but I was really impressed by this romantic-comedy. Thanks to this movie and its critical success, his career took off and he was then able to create all his following amazing features. The movie itself was obviously a comedy but a really sensitive one, it dealt very well with the subject and it was also really entertaining. You can imagine that, with such a concept, they could have made one of these terribly lame comedies with some really stupid gay jokes. Eventually, Lee would direct one last one movie in Taiwan (the also really charming ‘Yin shi nan nu’) but he would quickly start a prolific international career becoming in the process easily one of the best directors of his generation.
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People who added this item 214 Average listal rating (113 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3
Dear Diary (1993)


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and maybe I should re-watch it at some point. Anyway, I remember it quite well when it was released. Indeed, it was a critical success when it was released at the Cannes Film Festival and I was really eager to check it out. In fact, somehow, the whole thing did remind me of Woody Allen in the sense that it was very talkative but also very smart, at least, that’s my opinion. Basically, there was no plot whatsoever and, instead, the characters just kept talking, talking and talking again and it either bore you to death or it fascinates you. Well, I thought it was rather fascinating. Eventually, 8 years later, Moretti would come back to the Cannes Film Festival and would win this time the prestigious Golden Palm with ‘La stanza del figlio’ which was really good as well but I still preferred this movie though. In fact, to be honest, except for this movie, everything else I have seen from this director didn't impress me much.
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People who added this item 1388 Average listal rating (891 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.9
Carlito's Way (1993)


Notes: For some reasons, I have always been fascinated by this movie. It probably had to do with the fact that I was very young when I saw it (I was probably around 14 years old), at that point, I haven’t watched yet so many gangster features such as ‘The Godfather’ or even ‘Scarface’ and it probably made me appreciate more this movie. Anyway, somehow, even though this movie has some very strong ratings, it seems to be rather forgotten nowadays which is rather sad because I really believe it is actually one of the very best movies in this genre. Indeed, 10 years after ‘Scarface’, Brian de Palma and Al Pacino were working again together but, even though it was another crime feature dealing with some latino gangster, both movies were actually really different. Indeed, the big difference was that Carlito was not such a bad guy but, even though he really wants to go straight, he keps getting pulled back in this dirty business and this process was just so fascinating and heartbreaking to behold.
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People who added this item 2565 Average listal rating (1560 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.8


Notes: Back then, Johnny Depp was one of the best actors around even though he was considered a box-office poison. Back then, he used to make small movies like this one and while the mainstream audience didn't care for his work, I thought he was just awesome but it all changed with Captain Jack Sparrow and, now, it has been a couple of years since he has done something really worthwhile. Concerning Leonardo DiCaprio, before 'Titanic', he did this small movie and what a perfomance! Until now, even though he has been one of the most dependable actors of his generation and has managed to build up a stellar career, it still remain his best work by far. Together with Johnny Depp, they were just really good in this. On top of that, the story was moving and the directing was great as well. After watching this movie, I became an instant fan of Lasse Hallstrom's work but even though he has made some other decent features, they never really reached the level of this great flick. Finally, it is a realistic movie about the loving but also difficult relationships in a familly when someone has a handicap.
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People who added this item 1927 Average listal rating (1166 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 7


Notes: Even though it tends to be underrated nowadays, it was actually pretty huge when it was released. If I recall it correctly, I even saw it a couple of times in the theater, once in French and than once again in English with subtitles. In my opinion, it is just a really awesome flick, it is probably my favorite romantic comedy ever and I have seen many romantic comedies, trust me. Anyway, thanks to this flick, Hugh Grant was able to reach stardom. I think he was just awesome in this movie and so was the rest of the cast, especially Andie McDowell and Kristin Scott-Thomas. Basically, it just has the perfect doses of humor and romance and it never goes for the cheap jokes. Furthermore, most of characters were very well written which was a major difference compared to your standard romantic comedy. Indeed, in this genre, the characters are usually not really believable, their actions are really plot-driven and, as a result, I usually don't care about them and what they are going through. Not here. Most of the characters were witty, funny and felt real and it made the whole thing so much more fun to watch.
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People who added this item 534 Average listal rating (343 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.5
Quiz Show (1994)


Notes: First of all, I have noticed that even though Robert Redford managed to win the Best Director and Best Picture Academy award for his directing debut ‘Ordinary People’, I have the feeling that the guy has never been really taken seriously as a director. Maybe it’s because we couldn’t accept the fact that ‘Ordinary People’ won over ‘Raging Bull’ which was arguably superior. Anyway, I always had a weak spot for this director, by now, I have seen all his directing efforts, and I think this flick was one of his best. Indeed, I thought it was a very subtle and intriguing study about the impact of television, already 60 years ago. Eventually, it shows that television can be entertaining but also terribly manipulative, something that has never changed. Back in those days, Ralph Fiennes just had his breakthrough in ‘Schindler's List’ and, here, he once again delivered a solid performance. Eventually, he would eventually become one of the best actors of his generation.
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People who added this item 249 Average listal rating (159 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.9


Notes: I wonder if a lot of people remember this movie but, somehow, it seems pretty much forgotten which is quite a shame. Indeed, when it was released, it was a big critical success and launched the once promising career of Lee Tamahori. Back then, I was very young when I saw it and I was definitely impressed. Basically, you don’t get to watch many movies about the Maoris and even though this one was a fairly traditional drama, I thought it was very powerful. Indeed, you get a glimpse of the struggle of this people who were once indeed great warriors but are nowadays outcasts and who very often don’t fit in very well in our modern world. After this promising debut, Lee Tamahori got his ticket for Hollywood and you could have hoped that he would make some great things there as well but, unfortunately, none of his following features was really good, the lowest poinht being probably ‘xXx: State of the Union’.
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People who added this item 2251 Average listal rating (1458 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.7
Clerks (1994)


Notes: I must have seen this movie at least 30 times which is more than any other movie and, in fact, I was even one of the happy few who managed to watch it in the theater when it was released. Back then, I was just 14-15 years old and I was just blown away by the whole thing. Indeed, I thought that the dialogues, the characters, the situations were just really genuine and very often just hilarious and I never saw something like that before. A year later, I would buy the VHS for my sister (with whom I saw the movie the 1st time around) and she really screamed of happiness. After that, it is one movie I would show every time I would meet someone really cool and 99% of the time, they would just love it (one notable exception was my wife though… Well, nobody is perfect, I guess). Perhaps, I’m too generous and, maybe, it is not that great but this flick had just a huge impact on me and, therefore, I still believe it is one of the best movies ever made. The other thing I loved about this flick is that it displayed that, if you wanted to, you could simply grab a cheap camera, invite a couple of friends and shoot your own god damned movie and this process looked fascinating.
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People who added this item 2703 Average listal rating (1549 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.8
Ed Wood (1994)


Notes: After all these years, it is still one of Tim Burton's best efforts, definitely one of his most original projects, and miles better than everything he has released during the last 10 years. Back then, Burton and Depp were quite amazing together, that's for sure. The black and white photography was just really neat , there was a really nice cast involved (Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette, Vincent D'Onofrio, Bill Murray, Lisa Marie) and the story was just so fun and entertaining. The only complain I might have was that Ed Wood was indeed a really really bad director... After watching this movie, I got really intrigued so I bought 'Plan 9 from outer Space' for my sister but the whole thing was just plain bad, not fun bad or cool bad, just awful and terribly tedious. So, eventually, I think it's rather odd to love this movie when in fact Ed Wood's work really stinks. Still, in spite of this minor flaw, it is probably the goofiest biopic out there and I really loved the damned thing.
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People who added this item 8428 Average listal rating (6067 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.9
Pulp Fiction (1994)


Notes: When it was released, I must have been 14 or 15 years old and I saw it three times in the theatre, the 1st time in French and then twice in English. As a matter of fact, I have a rather nice anecdote about this. Indeed, it was the 1st time I saw an original version with subtitles and I was completely blown away by Bruce Willis's real voice. When I was just a kid, I used to watch 'Die Hard' with my dad and, in the French dub, they gave him this very specific high tuned squeaky voice. Suddenly, I was confronted with his real voice which was, of course, really deep and masculine. At that point, I realized that dubbed movies were actually really crappy and I'm so glad I live nowadays in the Netherlands were only animated features and children movies are dubbed. So, as far as I'm concerned, that was the first impact I got from this movie but, of course, it went way beyond that. For example, the whole hyperlink thing and the way the story was not chronologically told was just completely amazing. Of course, it wasn't the first time that those tricks were used but, back then, it was the first time I saw something like that and I'm pretty sure I wasn't the only one. The point is that Tarantino managed to make an Artsy flick without making it dreary and, for once, you could watch something which was smartly built up and also having a great time watching it. What else should I add ? The music was great (one of the best selling soundtracks ever), the dialogues were awesome, the cast was awesome (with a major come-back for John Travolta) and the whole thing was just so damned entertaining to watch.
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People who added this item 403 Average listal rating (240 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.2
Cemetery Man (1994)


Notes: I remember very well the first time I saw this flick. Somehow, I actually saw it in the movie theater when it was released. Indeed, this movie had just been released for a couple of weeks but since it wasn’t exactly a box-office success, they were already going to pull it off. At this point, my sister told me we should definitely check it out and we ended up watching it during the very last show before it was gone forever. Obviously, I had absolutely no idea what to expect from the damned thing but, eventually, I was seriously blown away and, after all these years, it remains one of the most unforgettable movie experiences I ever had. Indeed, it is a really weird movie and definitely an acquired taste but I thought it was just so spellbinding to behold. By now, I have seen quite a few movies with Rupert Everett and, even though I have always had a weak spot for this actor ever since I saw him in this movie, it is the only great one he ever did in my opinion. Anyway, the weird thing is that the story or the directing were not really amazing but the combination of humor, horror, romance was just completely flawless in my opinion and the tone was just pitch-perfect. I don't know, for some reason, even though it is considered as something terribly cheesy by many, in my case, there was actually something rather poetic about the damned thing and I always felt a really strong connection with this character and what he was going through.
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People who added this item 190 Average listal rating (105 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7
Exotica (1994)


Notes: It has been a while since I saw this flick but I remember very well that it left a huge impression on me. Since then, I have tried to watch more movies directed by Atom Egoyan and unfortunately none of them managed to impressed like this feature which remains to this day my favorite movie directed by him. Basically, the story was just fascinating and it was very well directed and acted aswell. I was especially blow away by Mia Kirshner who was just about 19 years old when she made this flick. Unfortunately, her career was eventually even less impressive than Egoyan and she never became this amazing actress I was hoping for. Such a shame since she seemed really talented and completely charismatic. Anyway, coming back to this movie, I really like the way it dealt with sensuality and eroticism and the whole thing was just spellbinding to behold.
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People who added this item 5955 Average listal rating (4222 ratings) 8.6 IMDB Rating 9.3


Notes: Many people find it weird that this flick has been on the 1st place of the IDMDb 250 for so many years but even if you don't think that it is that good, you have to agree that this movie is definitely the stuff of legend. I mean, when it came out, almost nobody saw it. Eventually, it still managed to get 7 nominations at the Academy Awards but even there, it was snobbed and won nothing. Still, gradually, it gained a cult status and is now considered by many as the best movie ever made. Still, is it really the best movie ever made? Probably not. Is it one of the very best ? Absolutely! In its genre, I really believe it is quite untouchable. Basically, the directing is flawless, the story is fascinating and the cast was just great. 5 years later, Frank Darabont would direct another Stephen King adaptation, 'The Green Mile', and this time, it was not only critically heralded but it was also a smashing success at the box-office. Personally, I never really cared for 'The Green Mile' but I was happy that Darabont finally got a break and it is really too bad that he eventually managed to direct only 4 movies in 20 years.
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People who added this item 138 Average listal rating (65 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.4
Wild Reeds (1994)


Notes: Even though this movie is nowadays pretty much forgotten, I remembered very well when it was released in France. Indeed, in my my home country, it was a massive critical success (it even won the César of the Best French Film of the year) and there was a huge hype around the whole thing. For André Téchiné, it was again another critical hit following the already heralded ‘Ma saison préférée’ and ‘J'embrasse pas’ but, above all, it was the introduction of a new generation of talented French actors (Élodie Bouchez, Gaël Morel, Stéphane Rideau). To be honest, I didn’t see it right away at the time because it sounded too good to be true and I’m always annoyed when everybody seem to think that one single movie is supposedly that great. Eventually, I got really curious, I had to watch the damned thing and, eventually, I have to admit that it did deserve its stellar reputation. Indeed, Téchiné managed to create a very nice mood and those characters were really 3 dimensional and felt quite genuine.
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People who added this item 258 Average listal rating (144 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.3
Hoop Dreams (1994)


Notes: Since I keep hearing many good things about this flick and, eventually, I was seriously blown away by the whole thing. Indeed, the whole thing was just spellbinding to watch and it is definitely one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. Basically, it is a really amazing movie describing the harsh realities in America involving the life in the ghetto and what is at stake for the boys who get a shot at becoming a professional sportsman. At first, it seemed to be pretty straightforward and predictable but, then, what makes this movie really work is that the director followed these boys for 5 years and, as a result, you get really close to them and it became some kind of social drama of epic proportions. Somehow, this movie reminded me of ‘Boyhood’ which was a fictional feature directed by Richard Linklater which was also shot over 12 years following a boy from age 6 until he reached 18 years old.
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Notes: This movie is one of the examples of why I still love the French cinema very much. I mean, sure, it is pretty obscure and I’m not sure if it was really noticed outside France but I thought it was a fascinating minimalistic drama. I remember it very well, when it was released, it was a critical success and it would be Claude Sautet’s last directing effort, another underrated French director and I should watch many more of his movies. Basically, it is a perfect example of how a French romantic feature mostly focuses on the dialogues and the characters, instead of focusing on the nudity and sex (like most of the Dutch movies) or the artificial gimmicks of your average rom-com (like most of the American movies). This approach is always interesting and this movie is one of the best examples. In this case, it goes even further as it deals with a platonic relationship which might be frustrating for some viewers but it made it even more intriguing for me. To play the main characters, you had Michel Serrault and the always lovely Emmanuelle Béart and they both gave some really strong performances.
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People who added this item 63 Average listal rating (35 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 6.8
The Bait (1995)


Notes: To be honest, it has been ages since I have seen this flick but I still can remember it very well. First of all, I have noticed that even though Bertrand Tavernier must be one of the best French directors, he doesn’t seem to be really famous abroad which is too bad because he has directed some amazing movies. This movie is perfect example and probably one of the best movies delivered by the French director. Indeed, it must be one of his most accessible movies and he managed to deliver here something that was at the same time seriously entertaining but also really thoughtful. Basically, it was a great drama/crime movie giving a rather shocking view on how emotionless we have all become nowadays. On top of that, the actors involved all gave some very good performances and the directing was quite impressive. There was such a difference with Hollywood production as they didn't go for the cheap tricks and there was absolutely no redemption at the end. For the lovely Mary Gillain, she gave here a star-making performance but she never became really huge after all after this movie though.
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People who added this item 166 Average listal rating (93 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 7.6


Notes: I always wondered if Claude Chabrol was really famous abroad but he was definitely a major director in France. Indeed, the guy really had an impressive career with a dozen of French classics with a career stretching from the New Wave until his death in 2010. To be honest, I haven't seen so many of his flicks and I wish I saw much more of his work but this movie is so far the best one I have seen from this director. Indeed, when it was released in France, it was a huge critical hit and it definitely deserved all the praises it received at the time. I mean, sure, Chabrol has made more thrillers before and after and quite often, they were also dealing with the class struggle but it is with this movie that he finally perfected his formula. On top of that, he was working again with Isabelle Huppert, probably his favorite actress, but also with Sandrine Bonnaire who gave here one of he best performances and, together, they made a fascinating duo.
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People who added this item 2535 Average listal rating (1693 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.2
Heat (1995)


Notes: In fact, I remember very well when this movie came out. Indeed, back then, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino were still a big deal and when the word came out that they would finally star together in a movie, like any other average movie fanatic, I was just thrilled. Eventually, I even saw the damned thing in the movie theater when it was released and I was certainly not disappointed. In fact, I rewatched it many years later and I enjoyed even more as it is such a very well made and entertaining heist feature. The masterstroke with this movie was that, instead of rushing everything and focusing on the action scenes, they took their time. As a result, De Niro and Pacino, who were still at the top of their game, had enough space to develop their characters and you had the opportunity to root for both guys, the thief and the cop, which is something very rare and it was very well handled here. Concerning Michael Mann, he made recently a come-back after 6 long years with ‘Blackhat’ but it turned out to be a massive commercial and critical failure and it seems that the guy has unfortunately lost his touch, I'm afraid.
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People who added this item 3567 Average listal rating (2418 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.5


Notes: I know, so many years later, the twist at the end seems a little bit lame but when I saw it the first time at the movie theater, it really blew my mind. I guess it's a movie you can really enjoy only the first time and, obviously, before watching this flick, you have to be completely unaware of the twist occuring at the end. As a result, to be honest, the second watch was also pretty cool since you can check all the details but the end had therefore barely any impact. In fact, Roger Ebert really didn’t like this movie at all because, according to him, there is actually nothing to understand in this plot and, therefore, he just didn’t care at all for the whole thing. Ebert was definitely in the minority since this movie was a massive critical and popular success but I do understand where he was coming from and, when you re-watch this flick knowing how it will all end, it does feel a little bit pointless. Still, there is no denying that I was completely blown away by this flick.
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People who added this item 2433 Average listal rating (1648 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.2
Casino (1995)


Notes: I remember very well, I saw this one when it came out. I was about 15-16 years old back then and I thought it was pretty good but it didn't really blow me away. However, I rewatched it again 15 years later and, this time, it really hit me. Indeed, this time, I thought it was really awesome. I guess the only flaw it has is that he came out after 'The Godfather' and, above all, 'Goodfellas'. Indeed, I guess many people dismiss it as yet another gangster flick directed by Scorsese, starring again Robert de Niro and Joe Pesci. Actually, it is something rather different. First of all, this time around, De Niro has the lead and delivers an impressive performance, as usual. I was also impressed by Sharon Stone who a gave also solid performance but, unfortunately, it is probably the only movie she made during her whole career that I really appreciated. It's such a shame that, afterwards, it took so long for Scorsese and De Niro to make another movie together... Anyway, there was here some great directing, great acting and a fascinating story.
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People who added this item 74 Average listal rating (23 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 6.3


Notes: Somehow, I saw the damned thing in the movie theater when it came out and I was just seriously blown away. Basically, I had absolutely never seen something similar before. It was the 1st movie directed by Michael Winterbottom that I saw and I have been following his career ever since. As a matter of fact, he has became one of the most prolific directors making at least one movie every year. Anyway, it is one of my favorite movies and it is definitely one of the most disturbing I have ever seen (and I have seen some weird sh*t...). I have to admit it, it is actually really difficult to describe the plot but the main character played by Amanda Plummer, in her best performance ever, was just electrifying to watch. So, the plot was not really important as the main focus was on those women who wandered through life like two lost souls. Even though it is an acquired taste as it is a very dark and grim picture, I thought the whole thing was just fascinating to behold.
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People who added this item 57 Average listal rating (33 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.6


Notes: I remember it very well, back in the 90’s, I had seen this movie and I was really impressed. Apparently, I wasn’t the only as it was very well received critically (it even won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival) and, at the time, it seemed that Edwards Burns had a bright future as a director. Unfortunately, after the more commercially oriented ‘She’s the One’, none of his movies have made a big impression and they have been more and more obscure which I think is too bad. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, like I said before, I really liked it a lot. Like some other indie productions like ‘Eraserhead’, ‘Clerks’ or ‘Following’, it was shot on a shoestring budget during the week-ends and, therefore, it manage to make quite some money at the box-office since it was so cheap. Sure, the whole thing was not really original but Burns really has a talent to create some realistic and genuine characters (a trademark in most of his work). As a result, you get something quite down-to-earth and I really loved the mood.
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People who added this item 603 Average listal rating (401 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 7.3
Friday (1995)


Notes: Finally, they got it right... First of all, I have to confess, I used to be a major pothead for maybe 8 years. At some point, I kind of lost interest and stopped all together (I mean, it was fun for what is was but it wasn't really a healthy hobby). Anyway, I kept hearing that it was a pretty good stoner flick and I wanted to watch it for many years. Eventually, I wasn't disappointed. Indeed, it wasn't a pretty good stoner flick, it was pure and simply the very best movie in this genre. At the end of the day, it is literally about two guys who spend the whole day sitting on a porch, doing really nothing, except occasionally smoking some dope and watching what is going on in the neighborhood. I know, for most of you, it must sound really pointless (I guess it is after all) but for anyone familiar with the weed, it is highly recognizable. I also believe there is a high social value in this ritual, getting together with your buddy, smoking, talking about everything and nothing. Furthermore, finally, they perfectly portrayed the behavior of your average smoker. Basically, Ice Cube portrays the occasional smoker and Chris Tucker the daily user and when Ice Cube finally hit the joints, his behavior was highly recognizable and quite funny. And that was also why this movie was so successful, it was really funny. I mean, I have never cared about the 'Rush Hour' franchise but Chris Tucker was genuinely hilarious in this.
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People who added this item 952 Average listal rating (555 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6


Notes: Following his two great movies ‘Unforgiven’ and ‘A Perfect World’, with his next directing effort, Clint Eastwood displayed again that he was a major director we should all reckon with and he displayed that he also could direct basically anything. Indeed, apparently, even romantic features become masterpieces with him. It is something I always enjoyed with Eastwood as a director, his versatility and, if you give it a close look, you will notice that he has done movies in almost every single genre you could think of. This time around, it was basically a rather simple love story but the way it was told was so striking and pure at the same time, it was quite mind-blowing to behold. Of course, to have those two acting giants, Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood, playing this couple was also a masterstroke and they were both great in this. Indeed, together, they created a very touching and believable couple and one of the best romantic tales I have ever seen. With this feature, Clint Eastwood showed that he was actually one of the most sensitive directors out there and his understated directing style never worked better than here.
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People who added this item 1172 Average listal rating (659 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I saw this movie and maybe I should check it out again at some point. Apparently, River Phoenix was a huge fan of the book and was linked to this project for a very long time but, eventually, when it finally got made, Phoenix thought he was then too old to play the main character so DiCaprio took over (the fact that Phoenix passed away in the mean time didn’t help either, I guess). Anyway, following his great performance in ‘What's Eating Gilbert Grape’ (in fact, after all these years, I still believe that it is still his best performace, by far), it is in this movie that DiCaprio would get his next leading part. Actually, it would be pretty neat to see this movie after all these years and to compare it to what the guy has done recently. Furtheremore, since then, I have seen some very powerful movies dealing with the same subject (above all ‘Christiane F.’ and ‘Requiem for a Dream’) and I wonder if this movie would still have the same impact if I would re-watch it nowadays.
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People who added this item 234 Average listal rating (115 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.5


Notes: Maybe years after watching this movie, I saw the last 2 directing efforts by Tom DiCillo, the interesting but ultimately disappointing ‘Delirious’ and the even more underwhelming and borderline abysmal ‘Double Whammy’, and it seems that the guy has really lost his touch which is too bad. Indeed, more than 20 years ago, he got his breakthrough with this indie gem and I have been following his work ever since. The story is that DiCillo managed to have a decent critical success with ‘Johnny Suede’ (an obscure indie feature starring Brad Pitt before he became famous) and he quickly got the greenlight for his follow up feature which would eventually become ‘Box of Moonlight’. However, after years of troubles in pre-production, he decided to make a movie about how frustrating this whole process was and the end-result was this second film. Back then, I must have been 15 years old when I saw it and I thought it was just hilarious. Indeed, Steve Buscemi just got his breakthrough a couple of years before with ‘Reservoir Dogs’and it was just really neat that the guy was playing the lead for once.
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