10 Greatest Movies of the 1990s


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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