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Mike Click
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What's your best movie and/or Concert of the 1990's?

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High Fidelty Top 5: Best 90's movies.

1)PULP FICTION
2)TRUE ROMANCE
3)WHEN WE WERE KINGS
4)LEON:THE PROFESSIONAL
5)THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION

High Fidelty Top 5: Best 90's concerts.

1) BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: THE BOSS IS BACK
2) BON JOVI: KEEP THE FAITH TOUR
3) BRYAN ADAMS: SO FAR SO GOOD
4) MICHAEL JACKSON: DANGEROUS WORLD TOUR
5) REPUBLICA: READY TO GO


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I would have to say The Joy Luck Club was one of the best movies of the 90's. It is a very touching and emotional movie about the lives of 4 asian mothers.
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I agree Blondie135, that is one of my favorite films. Have you ever read the book?
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I'll have to think about "best" movies of the 90s, but some memorable ones for me are The Lover, Swingers, and Jackie Brown.

As for concerts, Pearl Jam in '94 was the best concert bar none.


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Final Destination
Shes all that
The Faculty
Disturbing Behaviour
Romeo & Juliet
& so many more.......sorry for going on.. *_*

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Any Kevin Smith movie is a best. He is a genius with his wit and comic timing. Most people only know his Jay and Silent Bob movies but he has a few lost ones out there. Suggest seein those as well as his J&SB movies especially DOgma.
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Probly no where near anyones list, but mine is 1997s Breakdown, an awesome Kurt Russell thriller.

Best comedy of the 90s (which no film has yet to top) was City Slickers.


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Tombstone was one of the best!! But basically you give me any movie with Ben Affleck or Josh Hartnett and that is always good!!!
1.)Con Air
2.)Blade
3.)The Others
4.)Just Married
5.)Fast & the Furious
6.)Dueces Wild

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How about Goodfellas, Casino, Heat, Jackie Brown, Pulp fiction?
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what about "Kalifornia?""Singles?""Grumpier Old men?""Titanic?"The Last of the Mohicans?" "Seven?"OOOOOR"Silence of the lambs?" We all can't forget that one. [Mad] [Eek!] Freeky Deeky man.
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Normally I would make a long list...but I haven't gotten a chance to really think about it...but there is one movie in particular that I love!...REMEMBER THE TITANS...This is the type of movie that you can watch over and over! I was upset that this film didn't win any awards because it was great!! The music was great too...and the fact that it's based on a true story makes it even better! [Smile]
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Two of the films I love from the 90s would have to be Dazed And Confused and Inventing The Abbotts. I love both of those movies, they're very endearing.
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Don't Tell Mom the Babysitters Dead

[Big Grin]

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I really loved Reality Bites...any one else into this one? [Smile]
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best movie of the 90's is easily "Fargo". pure film making genius.

best concert? hmmm. saw quite a few, some memorable ones that spring to mind are Tina Turner, Neil Diamond, Mike & The Mechanics, Big Country (twice), Jimmy Barnes (twice), Jeff Healey Band, Crash Test Dummies, Def Leppard, Bryan Adams, Green Day, ummmm...

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I always thought the movie, "Strange Days" was pretty cool. It was pretty underrated when it came out.
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You know I always thought that the Sharpe series were great movies of the 90s. Pretty much no one in the U.S. has seen them which is a shame. I'm a huge Sean Bean fan so that's how I got into Sharpe. They played the series here once on Masterpiece Theatre which airs on public television but who watches that? The ratings weren't that great I guess, so they haven't shown them since. I think they are really worth watching, but that's just my opinion. [Smile]
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best 90's movie hum.... my top 5 in any order...
robin hood...titanic...birdcage...interview w/ vampire...the stand [Smile] have a good day SPRING IS HERE YIPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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Best 90's movies, for me anyway:

Ed Wood -a top three favorite of all time. the greatest Tim Burton movie ever (and I'm a big fan of his stuff)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

there are others, like...

Bottle Rocket -Wes Anderson's first movie, pre-Rushmore and The Royal Tennenbaums.

But yeah, Ed Wood is the best.

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empire records, true romance, singles, the dark chrystal and the crow (are they in the 90's? i think so i just want to play the game)
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oh yeah, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

very cool.

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Best Movie is "Dazed & Confused"


Best concert attended is Matchbox 20 w/ Everclear and Lifehouse

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Hello everyone, I'm new to the group. I really have enjoyed reading some of the post. In this particular discussion I have heard some great 90's movies favorable mention. I would have to say that the best movie from this time period to me would be "The Last Of The Mohicans" James Fenimore Cooper's novel is really brought to life by Director Michael Mann. Mann's talent for pulling you into a film is helped immensely by his lead actors. Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe. And what can be said about the Soundtrack to give it justice. This is another extraordinary album, combining heart-throbbing tracks from Trevor Jones and more laid back themes from Randy Edelman. In fact, though it's not the best movie of all time, I'd say that the soundtrack is the best thing I've ever heard. Download track 1.Main Title, 2.Elk Hunt, 3.The Kiss and see for yourself. Well, that's my sick opinion. Sorry, still learnin how to be short and sweet.

Malcolm Rogers [Big Grin]

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Ohh yea, djcsuperstar....Bottle Rocket was a good one!
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