Critics of the newspaper the Guardian has compiled their list of the best films of the 90s. Each of the five experts selected the best picture for your personal look. The critics choice was very diverse, which proves once again that everyone has different tastes and every film will find its audience.
Peter Bradshaw’s best films of the decade called pulp fiction by Quentin Tarantino 1994. According to him, this is the real revelation, comparable to when “the first time I hear Elvis”.
Ellen I. Jones’s best film called the romance of “Romeo + Juliet” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. Another critic chose a picture of Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Magnolia” from 1999, starring Tom cruise, Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Two chose the films “being John Malkovich” in 1999 and “Gummo” in 1997, which was the debut for American Director harmony Korin.
Recall that the portal Vulture did not wait for the end of 2017 and has already reviewed the interim results, identifying the best horror films released since January this year. The best horror movie of this year recognized the picture of Jordan Saw “Off”. The film tells about the negroe guy who meets the parents of his white girl and discovers that here have already gone a few blacks, and one of the employees constantly telling the young man to go away. Disobey the Council, Chris realizes that he made a mistake.