7 Greatest Movies of the 1990s

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GoodFellas (1990)

Martin Scorsese directed this game-changing gangster movie that held everyone's attention from the first minute to the last.

A Bright Summer Day (1991)

In the Edward Yang film, two young people experience falling in love for the first time and other fresh experiences as they come of age in 60s Taiwan.

Schindler's List (1993)

The Steven Spielberg film dealt with a German industrialist's efforts to save the Jewish workers of a nearby concentration camp.

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

Frank Darabont directed this film about life in a prison and the day-to-day existence of the people inside.

La Haine (1995)

Mathieu Kassovitz directed this film about three young men who get caught up in a large confrontation between the public and the police, and their need to learn of the fate of their friend who was injured.

Perfect Blue (1997)

Kou Matsuo's film is about a popular celebrity who must deal with new things happening in her life and the sudden deaths of people she knows well.

Life is Beautiful (1997)

Robert Benigni directed and starred in this film about a Jewish bookseller whose entire family is packed off to a concentration camp, and how he tries to convince his son that all of it is a game.

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