The International Cinephile Society has posted their picks for the top 100 movies of the 1990's. In at number one is "The Thin Red Line" which is pretty shocking to me since I would not have rated it in the top 50. Terrance Malick's WWII epic had some interesting moments but was, in my opinion, a confused and confusing hash. There are other movies that do not belong on the list as well (that's what is fun about these lists). "Eyes Wide Shut"? Are you kidding me? "Naked Lunch?" It's unwatchable! "Starship Troopers"? Now you're making me mad! "Husbands and Wives" is far from Woody Allen's best effort.
My own pick for the best film of the 1990's is "The Remains of the Day."