TOP 5 OSCAR WINING MOVIES OF 90’S

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Dances with Wolves

This is a 1990 American epic film or you can say western movie starring, and directed by Kevin Costner in his feature directorial debut. The film adaptation of the 1988 book of an equivalent name by Michael Blake that tells the story of Union Army .

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Lieutenant’s journey from becoming unknown to known in unknown territory of Indians given you a totally different perception of life.

How courageous it takes to befriend your enemy, may be enemity is just result of thought & perception otherwise as this great historical western saga depicts in the end only good heart wins.


The Silence of the Lambs

This is a 1991 American psychological or you can say horror film directed by Jonathan Demme and taking from the famous novel name Thomas Harris.. In the film, Clarice Starling, a young FBI trainee, seeks the advice of the imprisoned Dr. Hannibal Lecter, an excellent psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial murderer to apprehend another serial murderer.

It was releasing on Valentine Day , 1991 against its $19 million budget, becoming the fifth highest grossing film of 1991 worldwide. It is regularly cited by critics, film directors and audiences as one of the greatest and most influential films of all time.

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A psychological crime thriller, fully agree to say it wow on the basis of raw crime scenes of brutal killings and FBI investigation of a psycho killer to catch another! The story is presented simple and not an excessive amount of complicated by the director and writer i.e. to catch Cody – a psychopath killer who kills the women and uses their skin to form an outfit with the assistance of another psycho killer psychiatrist Dr. Lecter, who is behind the bars.

FBI trainee Clarice Starling is the investigation in charge and goes through multiple visits just to find out who is the killer and where he is.

Although the story is not about too much mind games, it is just of some psycho killings in which the director created some ruthless killing and postmortem scenes which will be very difficult to ascertain if someone fears to ascertain the blood.


Forrest Gump

It is a 1994 American comedy movie directed by Robert Zemeckis. It is based on the 1986 novel name Winston Groom. The film differs substantially from the novel. It became the top-grossing film in America released that year and earned over $677 million worldwide during its theatrical run, making it the second highest-grossing film of 1994, behind The Lion King.

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In 2011, the Library of Congress selected the film for preservation within ya the us National Film Registry as being culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant. Tom hanks has done a tremendous job to portray this character, I think he is one among the sole Hollywood actors who could of pulled this role off.

He puts himself into the roll of the character and brings out the simplest forest gump, he turns a traditional average character into a replacement bright and vibrant personality that people can relate to as he is committing to being Forest Gump.

His ability to suit the role and the way its portrayed makes us movie watchers that we are literally within the film which could of only been done by Hanks .


Titanic

The spectacle in this movie is the Ship is sinking and the love story is its core. The chemistry between Jack and Rose was not only a beautifully woves love story but it also manifested the societal pressures of a young and wealthy woman in their time.

This movie contain drama, action, romance all rolled into one, it makes the viewer fall in love with each and every scene. Rose could have easily wanted to die right after jack but no she decided to stay strong and keep his promises because she knew that is what he would have wanted ,and that is what true love is, not something everyone understands.

Titanic

It is a great film which based on a true story. A perfect blending of art and dazzling visual effects that involve the most famous ship disaster of all time you can see in the movie. It is impossible to deny the power of visual effects, especially during the final hour.

It was a Shakespearean-style tragedy combined with a refreshing love story, something which you never thought would come together so wonderfully in this film. While watching the keeps you glued, and emotions are going to breakthrough in this one. Titanic is that movie that you either love or find it yourself.


Unforgiven 

Unforgiven is a tremendous film, probably one among the simplest westerns out there. It takes your typical western film and shows you what happens to the characters and how it affects them emotionally. Instead of being your typical gun-slinging, outlaw, Will Munny shows us how the people he’s killed weigh down on him.

While the protagonist (Will Munny) repent the actions of his past but the desperate straits lead him to the abyss (killing spree) once more this movie deserves to be seen. Unforgiven film won four Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director (Eastwood), Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman) and Best Editing at the 65th Academy Awards.

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Clint ‘The Squint’ is on full display. The storyline revolves around a prostitute, Delilah, who is disfigured in Big Whiskey, Wyoming. Her fellow prostitutes gather together all their savings to put out a bounty on the responsible parties.

This surfaces bounty hunters across the country and awakens one of the most infamous outlaws in the West,likeable characters in movie history. It is a classic Western flick and remains at the top. It eclipses the cool factor.


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