Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

The ’90s was a pretty bizarre and depressing time. At the same time, this decade produced some of the greatest movies we’ve ever seen. Let’s take a closer look at this list. Most of these cinema masterpieces you have probably seen and even more than once. And if you haven’t, these films deserve your attention.

Scream

It was the first American slasher horror in which all the characters really related and developed from one film to another. Not all films from this cinema franchise have been as successful at the worldwide release as the first film of this series. But in any case, you should at least try to watch the movie that was the trigger for the evolution of this genre.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

Schindler’s List

It is hard not to admire the acting, the visual style, and of course the storyline in this movie. Everything is perfect here since Steven Spielberg did a great job. An IMDB rating of 8.9 after almost 1.4 million voters must tell the audience that this movie should be seen by everyone.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

Fargo

Although these days we are probably more familiar with the eponymous show, it all started with this particular Coen Brothers film. This movie story had the perfect combination of crime and comedy. Besides, Fargo has a great soundtrack that really takes the film to another level. If you enjoy the Fargo show, this movie will be to your liking as well.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

The Silence of the Lambs 

Mental cat-and-mouse, thrilling suspense, horrific atrocities – Thomas Harris has addressed many times the theme of the serial murderer; many of his books have been adapted into films, and the fascinating villain Lecter has become cinema’s most famous maniac. The movie got a bouquet of film awards of all kinds. The record of Anthony Hopkins, who won an Oscar for a 15-minute appearance on the screen, has not yet been won.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

Pulp Fiction

One of Quentin Tarantino’s most well-known movies became a turning point in the history of cinema, marking the beginning of independent cinema in Hollywood. The film won an Oscar and the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, and it never leaves the ranking of the best movies according to IMDb.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

Titanic

The movie that conquered the whole world and became an absolute classic. One of the most commercially successful projects in cinematography history. The undisputed Oscar record holder, nominated in fourteen nominations and won in eleven of them. “Titanic” was surpassed at the box office only by “Avatar” by the same James Cameron. Millions of viewers from around the world, holding their breath, watched the rapidly developing romance of the protagonists of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, and then the terrible and inevitable loss of the legendary ship as well as several thousand people who were on board. The famous kiss, the hand on the fogged glass, Jack and Rose’s last dialogue, the necklace was thrown into the water – Titanic is remembered for these and a dozen other spectacular scenes. And, of course, we love the soundtrack performed by Celine Dion.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

The Matrix

Incredible sci-fi action movie, due to which we finally found out how we really exist. This film is not as straightforward as it seems. Here are timeless biblical allusions and Indian epic, mixed with Japanese comics. Of course, the mix turned out to be explosive and fascinating. The first film of the famous trilogy influenced all modern cinema, video games, and many people’s worldviews as well.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

The Sixth Sense

Night Shyamalan is well-known for his love of the original mystical thrillers. He began his conquest of Hollywood exactly with this film. The lead roles in the movie were played by Bruce Willis and a young Haley Joel Osment, who was nominated for Oscar for his acting in this film.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies

Terminator 2

It is a legendary movie that does not require any introduction. The cult film from the master of sci-fi action films, James Cameron is the sequel to “Terminator” from 1984. And who played the role of the T-800 I think it is not even worth recalling again.
Scream, The Matrix, and Other Top 90s Movies