ByAbby Liu, writer at Creators.co

I believe most of the best movies were made before I was born, which is a shame. There were some great movies made in the olden days, and here are some of my favourites.

They're not in any particular order, however, since it'd be impossible.

1. Legend of the Fall

Romance, action, family problems and sh*t.
Romance, action, family problems and sh*t.

That was a great film. It's got all of your usual stuff, Brad Pitt was still hot and so was Aidan Quinn.

Oh, and James Horner did the scores. That should really count as something.

2. Forrest Gump


This shot is too good to be not in here.
This shot is too good to be not in here.

What more can you ask for? This is the best and what I remember Tom by.

3. The Shawshank Redemption

What? I loved it. I don't know about anyone else, but I had problems remembering the title. It took a while.

4. Interview with a Vampire

I tried to figure out everyone's sexuality & failed
I tried to figure out everyone's sexuality & failed

I love this for the fact that my three favourite actors are in there - one, Brad Pitt as I mentioned above. Two, Tom Cruise (haters gonna hate, he's a good actor, who cares about aliens), and Antonio Banderas.

Also, it's way too indie to not get a place.

5. Ed Wood

If you haven't seen it, this shot looks gold.
If you haven't seen it, this shot looks gold.

Despite how heavy the theme was, I cracked up at all the wrong places. Like when the tentacles died and Bela had to wrap it around him. Or when Ed called 'sound' or 'lighting' or whatever it was, someone whispered, 'we don't have any'.

6. The Lion King

'He's blue.' 'Blue?'
'He's blue.' 'Blue?'

C'mon guys, stop groaning. Even with the doubtful stop scenes with all the Disney movies, you have to admit that this made the ultimate childhood memories of most 90's kids.

7. Léon: The Professional

*whispers* psst, she kicked ass.
*whispers* psst, she kicked ass.

This is too good to be not on here. Simply because reasons. Oh, if you haven't seen it, go do it right now.

8. The Flintstones

The hilarity of this movie is worth everything.
The hilarity of this movie is worth everything.

There are some things George the Monkey or Peppa Pig can't replace, and it was about time that they do something about it.

9. Dumb and Dumber

Oh, that scene? ...Yeah.
Oh, that scene? ...Yeah.

This has to be on. It just has to be.

I know, I know. Pulp Fiction and Four Weddings and a Funeral aren't on here. I haven't seen them. Before you start thinking that I don't have a life, remember, at least I've seen these. And I will watch them one day, you just wait.

What do you think about my collection of just about the best year for the film industry? Let me know with a comment! :)

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