The Top 10 Movies From 20 Years Ago You Still Love In 2018
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1998 was probably one of the last greatest years for film. It does not only include dramas and comedies but also animated films that remain one of the best even today in 2018. It also entails live action sequels, making it a notable time in film history and a bold statement for film directors at the time.
This list includes films by Steven Spielberg, George Miller, and John Lasseter. All age groups should know these films, and some may even remember when these came out. Here are the top 10 movies from 20 years ago!
1. Saving Private Ryan
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The WWII epic has become a staple in most households these days as Spielberg’s nod to combat includes some of the best battle scenes and genius cliches. The movie stars the incredible Tom Hanks who plays Private James Ryan and the film is centered around a group of soldiers who enter the enemy lines to find Private Ryan, whose brothers have been killed in battle.
2. The Truman Show
Jim Carrey stars in the film The Truman Show and it’s a great one. It is centered around a man named Truman Burbank. He’s desperately seeking attention as a comic performer but soon ends up starring in a show about his life, called The Truman Show. A live broadcast of Truman’s every move is caught on hidden camera and one of the characters is able to control Truman’s every decision.
3. A Bug’s Life
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A Bug’s Life is a timeless family classic that people both young and old can enjoy. The film centers around an ant named Flik who is constantly messing up daily life things for his colony. When he really messes up big time, he and his colony are forced to work together or face permanent termination. He is met by other circus clown insects that he believes will help save them all.
4. Babe: Pig In The City
🌃 🐷 > 🛤🐷. Also, George Miller made this. That is legitimately insane. https://film.avclub.com/the-new-cult-canon-babe-pig-in-the-city-1798213543#manvsmovies #babepiginthecity #avclub #newcultcanon #thatlldopig
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George Miller’s sequel to the original Babe was a bold decision for the film industry at the time, but still a hit. It features Babe the pig… in the city. Yes, you guessed it. Babe gets sent off to the city due to the Hoggett’s having to pay their debt somehow. On the adventure, Babe meets tons of new friends. It did not perform as well as its predecessor.
5. The Last Days of Disco
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The Last Days of Disco was set in the early 1980s, featuring characters Chloë Sevigny and Kate Beckinsale. It definitely has a Saturday Night Fever kind of feel and the two main ladies of the film spent most of their time in the film in an exclusive nightclub in New York.
6. Funny Games
This thriller was/is undoubtedly terrifying. The movie is centered around characters Paul, Peter, and a bunch of other young men. They decide to terrorize a lakeside vacation home when Anna is inside, alone. The scene quickly turns violent and soon enough the whole family is taken hostage. The family soon has to comply with the abuse and humiliation that the young men put them through.
7. Out Of Sight
"Es como si ves a alguien por primera vez, alguien con quien te cruzas en la calle, y os miráis por unos segundos y surge una especie de atracción. Sentís que los dos compartís algo y en un instante el otro se ha esfumado y es demasiado tarde. Siempre recuerdas que estaba ahí y lo dejaste escapar, piensas ¿Y si me hubiera parado? ¿Y si hubiera dicho algo? ¿Y si…? ¿Y si…?. Puede que ocurra pocas veces en la vida… sólo una" Un romance muy peligroso #unromancemuypeligroso #unromancepeligroso #outofsight #jlomovies #outofsightmovie #georgeclooney #jlo #jenniferlopez #stevezahn #catherinekeener #doncheadle #vingrhames #dennisfarina
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This film is another goldmine for movie buffs who love dramas and love interests. Jack Foley is the most successful bank robber in the country. However, when he manages to break out of jail, he meets the likes of Karen Sisco, a Federal Marshal, and both are infatuated with each other. It’s definitely a battle of the forbidden worlds.
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Character Max Cohen suffers from psychological delusions, paranoia, and debilitating headaches. He’s a numbers fanatic and happens to encounter a mystery number that he just can’t crack the case on. He soon finds himself at the hands of ill-intentioned Wall Street agents who want to use the mystery number for monetary gain.
9. Shakespeare In Love
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Shakespeare In Love may be one of the best romantic comedies of the 1990s. It centers around the legendary William Shakespeare and a woman who poses as a man to be able to star in one of the writer’s plays. She becomes a love interest to Shakespeare, but they have quite the forbidden love that might put them both in danger.
10. Buffalo ’66
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Billy Brown is a convict that is dreading going home so much that he literally tries to get back into prison. He kidnaps a woman named Layla and asks her to impersonate his wife and come with him to meet his family. However, Layla is, like, really into it to Billy’s surprise.
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