Favorite Movies of 1995?

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Se7en David Fincher
Crimson Tide Tony Scott
Die Hard: With a Vengeance John McTiernan
Braveheart Mel Gibson
La Haine Mathieu Kassovitz
Clockers Spike Lee
Heat Michael Mann
Twelve Monkeys Terry Gilliam
Casino Martin Scorsese
Bad Boys Michael Bay

HM: Leaving Las Vegas, Clueless, Desperado, GoldenEye, The Usual Suspects, Dead Man Walking, Dead Presidents, Dead Man, Showgirls, Assassins, Pocahontas, Apollo 13, Murder in the First, Kids, First Knight, Nick of Time, Friday, Crying Freeman, Devil in a Blue Dress, Waterworld, Smoke


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I like 'The Net' but it is not 1995, rather 1997. Although I haven't seen such a thread here.



What a year. I was trying to remember 1995 movies, couldn't, pulled up the Wikipedia list and recalled why I could not recall a year that included movies like Carnosaur II, Waterworld, Slam Dunk Ernest, Operation Dumbo Drop, From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankwater, a remake of A Bucket of Blood and Judge Dredd. Yeah, I understand now, so I have to reduce my list to 3 rather than 5.

Apollo 13 - Having grown up in a family engaged in the NASA projects, this, with its Right Stuff sensibility, was a trip down memory lane for me and was pretty darn good.

Casino - The big movie that closed the books on Las Vegas mafia as a movie genre.

Nixon - Let's turn Oliver Stone loose on the Watergate president.

Maybe we should have a series of companion threads on worst movies for each year.



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Braveheart
SE7EN
Toy Story
Apollo 13
Babe
Underground
Antonia's Line
Pride and Prejudice (TV)
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies
Anne Frank Remembered
Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
Pocahontas
Rob Roy
Nixon
Living in Oblivion
Last of the Dogmen
The Horseman on the Roof
Devil in a Blue Dress
La Cérémonie
A Close Shave
Premonition Following an Evil Deed
The White Balloon
The American Presidenr
The Celluloid Closet
Mute Witness
Joy Street
A Chinese Odyssey: Part One - Pandora's Box
A Chinese Odyssey: Part Two - Cinderella
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick
While You Were Sleeping
Welcome to the Dollhouse
Waterworld
A Walk in the Clouds
The Usual Suspects
The Star Maker
The World of Jacques Demy
12 Monkeys
To Die For
Sudden Death
A Streetcar Named Desire
Strange Days
The Stars Fell on Henrietta
Showgirls
Sense and Sensibility
The Scarlet Letter
Sabrina
Richard III
Restoration
Outbreak
New Jersey Drive
My Family

Mr. Holland's Opus
Money Train
Les Misérables
Whisper of the Heart
Mighty Aphrodite
A Little Princess
The Last Supper
Jumanji
In the Mouth of Madness
In Pursuit of Honor
Heat
The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood Jr.
La Haine
Grumpier Old Men
A Goofy Movie
GoldenEye
Get Shorty
Fluke
The Flower of My Secret
The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain
The Day of the Beast
Dolores Claiborne
Die Hard with a Vengeance
Dead Presidents
Dead Man Walking
Dead Man
Crimson Tide
Copycat
Clueless
Casino
The Brothers McMullen
The Bridges of Madison County
Balto
Bad Boys
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My Favorite 1995 Movies:
While You Were Sleeping
Sabrina
GoldenEye
The American President
Toy Story
Three Wishes
Before Sunrise
Apollo 13
The Usual Suspects
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My favorite movie year ever. More 5/5 (5) movies from this year than any other year.

10. Four Rooms (admittedly, a guilty pleasure)


9. Leaving Las Vegas (even though I really don't watch this uplifting film often)


8. Dolores Claiborne


7. Dead Man Walking


6. 12 Monkeys


5. Braveheart


4. Heat


3. Apollo 13


2. Se7en


1. The Usual Suspects


hm: Mallrats, The Last Supper, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Die Hard With a Vengeance, Desperado, Babe, Outbreak, To Die For, Dead Presidents, The Bridges of Madison County, Kids, Strange Days, Crumb, Murder in the First, Grumpier Old Men, Bye Bye Love



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1. Tommy Boy
2. Heat
3. Bad Boys
4. Se7en
5. Casino
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1) Heat
2) Dead Man
3) Se7en
4) Sense and Sensibility
5) Devil in a Blue Dress



1. Cold Fever
2. Dead Man
3. Fallen Angels
4. Ghost in the Shell
5. Institute Benjamenta
6. Strange Days
7. Se7en
8. Underground
9. The Day of the Beast
10. 12 Monkeys



“Braveheart”
“Leaving Las Vegas”
“Clean, Shaven”
“Ghost In The Shell”
and my favourite “Exotica”



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Twelve Monkeys & Heat
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Jumanji
Balto
Batman Forever
Clueless
GoldenEye
Pocahontas
Waterworld
Casper
The Baby-Sitters Club
Mortal Kombat
A Little Princess
Major Payne (i call my PT major pain cause she make me workout really hard lol)
Braveheart
Toy Story
First Knight
Billy Madison
Species
Seven
Bad Boys
Die Hard 3
The Big Green
Congo ( my pinball shop has congo pinball machine i always play it =p )
A Goofy Movie
The Quick and the Dead
Man of the House
Rob Roy
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
The Indian in the Cupboard
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home
Babe
Bushwhacked
Dangerous Minds
Heat



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Leaving Las Vegas...gimme some of that! Lots of fun ones in there from people's lists. I'm not too good at remembering years other than Oscar winners, but I didn't like Heat too much other than the shootout part. Power Rangers was big for me growing up, lots of kids movies in 95. Mortal Kombat, nice. Seven would be my 2nd pick. Jumanji & Balto were neat. GoldenEye one of my lesser Bond outings. Huge crush on Alicia Silverstone, but not because of Clueless, but rather The Crush. Lol. Nice shoutout to Exotica, very neat little movie. Dead Man was interesting. Casino had potential, still like it but don't love it.
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