10 Greatest Movies of the 1990s

We listed the most influential films of the 1990s, bringing memorable works that are eternalized in the memories of fans of the seventh art. They are films of the genres of suspense, drama, crime, adventure and action, with engaging stories that work to delight spectators. Let’s get to the list!


10º – The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme, 1991)An FBI rookie has to appeal for the help of a serial killer trapped in a psychiatric hospital to capture another ruthless and lethal killer. ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ is the greatest thriller ever conceived. Irrectable in all its ramifications, the work remains current even more than two decades after its release.


9º – Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994)The film brings the story of several distinct characters inserted in exacerbated environments and situations, explaining a destructive arc of the social scope. A masterpiece by Quentin Tarantino, ‘Pulp Fiction’ is a film that manages to entertain the viewer with an intelligent story from beginning to end, using the traditional violence of the director’s cinema.


8º – Bad Lieutenant (Abel Ferrara, 1992)An amoral policeman from New York seeks redemption in his life by investigating a terrible act committed against a nun. Belonging to the cinema of the polemic Abel Ferrara, ‘Bad Lieutenant’ follows the extreme line of the director, making use of a hard plot with the spectator and with his protagonist, played masterfully by actor Harvey Keitel.

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