1994 can be considered an important year in the history of cinema; First, because of the good and consistent quality of all the works produced, and finally, because of the names and titles that were considered in different genres for many years and became the best in the history of cinema. Superstar comedian Jim Carrey had three successful films this year that are still as spectacular as the first day; "Dumb & Dumber", "The Mask" and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective". cinema with Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction Creative And he gave us the extraordinary world that, thanks to the growth of independent cinema and the renaissance of filmmaking, made such films possible, and of course we should not miss works like "Reality Bites" and "Clerks". . First-rate classic action movies were also released, including "Lon", "Speed", "True Lies" and "The Crow".>
The slogan "Cinema for All" really came true this year. It is safe to say that no boring films were released in cinemas, and almost everything you wanted, from feature films to high-quality popcorn entertaining works, was available. This is you and these are the best of 1994 in different genres.
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- Director: Oliver Stone
- Actors: Woody Harrelson, Juliet Lewis, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Sizemore
- Genre: Crime, Drama
- IMDb movie rating: .3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz movie rating: 49 out of 100
Owned by Oliver Stone and Quentin Tarantino in the early 1990s. With JFK, Stone both won two Academy Awards and won the box office. Quentin Tarantino, on the other hand, shone with "Reservoir Dogs" and had a huge fan base. It exploded like a bomb, and of course the result was different and thought-provoking according to the predictions. A full-blown psychedelic nightmare that satirized the role of the media in popularizing absurd human beings, it follows the story of two serial killers, played by Woody Harrelson and Juliet Lewis, who are known at least for their insanity and brutality, and find a place for many ordinary people. Tarantino is said to hate instinctual killers, and of course many critics and audiences agree with him because of the high volume of violence hidden in the film, but still because of this unbridled violence, criticism. Sharp and, of course, instead of some media and of course good acting is one of the iconic films of 1994 and the nineties that still has a fan base.
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9- Stupid and stupider ( Dumb & Dumber <//> )
- Director: Farley Brothers
- Cast: Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Lauren Holly, Mike Starr, Karen Duffy
- Genre: Scrooble Comedy
- Score IMDb Movie: 7.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 68 out of 100
Finally stupid and Stupid may not be popular, but it has a lot to say in its genre, and many years later it was inspired by it.
8- Salesmen ( Clerks :)
- : Kevin Smith
- Actors: Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Marilyn Gigliati, Jason Moss, Kevin Smith
- IMDb movie rating: 7.7 out of 10
- strong Raton Tomitoz Score: 89 out of 100
If we were to make a feature film about the independent filmmakers of the 1990s, Kevin Smith would undoubtedly play a major role. He made his first comedy film in 1994 without any financial support from the big film companies with his own funds, and helped his friends to play various roles. Independent cinema was born, which soon became one of the cult films of the 90s, which had its own fanatical fans and was able to inspire many other works. The story is about two salesmen, one of whom, although reluctant to do his job, is very responsible, but the other works with complete negligence, and both of them want to make a boring night in the morning anyway.
Interesting It should be noted that Kevin Smith created two iconic characters in the sellers, which he later used in other films; In other words, years before Marvel, the world of cinema formed itself!
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7- Leon: Professional ( Leon: The Professional )
- Director: Luke Besson
- Actors: Jean Reno, Natalie Portman, Gary Oldman, Danny Ilo , George Martin
- Genre: Action, Drama
- IMDb Rating: 8.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 74 out of 100
Jean Reno's Rough Odyssey Journey In Leon, he became the lovable anti-hero of 1994, who will forever be remembered in the history of cinema, and audiences will always remember this professional killer with love and respect. Paradoxically, he portrayed everything from anger and love to sorrow and pain in the best possible way Matilda seeks refuge with her neighbor Leon, who happens to be a mercenary assassin, after all her family members are killed by corrupt anti-drug police. The two gradually get used to living together and become a healing for each other's wounds. Leon decides to help Matilda get revenge.
One of the strengths of this film is the beautiful dynamic between Renault and Portman, who rely on each other for moral support and portray a unique and loving relationship in It is in stark contrast to the people of the dark world around them who were caught in the hands of corrupt cops. Leon is full of memorable moments, but his final sequence is undoubtedly one of the most enduring endings in the history of cinema. Also, as a special suggestion, do not forget to listen again and again to the final credits of Leon with Sting's voice, which is an audio delight.
6- The Lion King ( The Lion King )
- Directed by: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff
- Voice actors: John Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, Jeremy Irons
- Genre: Musical, Family
- IMDb Rating: 8.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 93 out of 100
The Lion King is an important part of Disney's creative renaissance that took place in the 1990s. The company was at the height of its fame and power due to the creation of several unique animations that were designed by hand. The Lion King soon became one of Disney's most successful productions, gaining worldwide acclaim. But this time it was set in the animal world, and Simba's deplorable situation and evolution were fascinating to everyone, making him one of Disney's most influential characters.
But without a doubt one of the main reasons for the lion king's success Unique was Hans Zimmer and, of course, Elton John's song, which happened to win the Academy Awards for Best Soundtrack and Best Original Song for this well-made and memorable animation. Despite its high visual appeal, it failed to impress audiences like the original and was met with mostly negative reviews from critics.
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5- Forrest Gump ( Forrest Gump )
- Director: Robert Zamkis
- Cast: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright , Gary Sinais, Micheline Williamson, Sally Field
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- IMDb Score > Movies: 8.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 71 out of 100
Life It's like a box of chocolates. Is there a more famous quote like this in 1994? This dialogue lasted as long as Forrest himself in the history of cinema, and is still as audible and thought-provoking as the first day. It became a lovable classic film that, once again, makes the audience feel better and more hopeful about the positive aspects of life. Forrest Gump took us to the heart of the rage in American history in the midst of a cultural revolution Because of his lovable nature, he attracted a large audience from all over the world. Forrest Gump also became the second best-selling film of the year after The Lion King. It was also named one of critics' favorite works, winning six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor in a Leading Role.
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- Director: Wong Kar Wai
- Cast: Bridget Lin, Tony Liang Chao-Wei, Phi Wang, Takeshi Kanshiro
- Genre: Criminal, Romance
- IMDb Rating: 8.1 Out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 89 out of 100
A film that introduces Wong Kar-wai to international filmmaking and a well-known name among artists Seventh turned. The Chang Qing Express was a romantic lament for the fleeting nature of love. Creating a world full of transient rituals and everyday events that ends in heartbreak, Wai Kar tells the love story of two depressed Hong Kong policemen who fall in love with two mysterious women.
The Chang King Express is a film that Because of Kar Wai's storytelling skills and, of course, Christopher Doyle's famous extraterrestrial cinematography, it has attracted a large audience around the world and is still spectacular over the years.
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3- Hoop Dreams )
- Director: Steve James
- Cast: Arthur J., Emma Gates, Arthur Bo Agi
- Genre: Sports Documentary
- Score IMDb Movie: 8.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 98 out of 100
Steve James is one of the most important documentary filmmakers in his career. Waqf narrates the problems of his hometown of Chicago and shows the political and social problems to the world with a clear and humane vision. Ring Dreams is one of his favorite documentaries, which takes the audience for four years with two very talented black teenagers to pursue professional basketball as their long-held dream.
The film not only tells the story of two teenagers' unbridled ambition. Rather, it avoids the corrupt cycle of basketball in attracting black players and shows how lost dreams affect different generations. Documentary Dream Rings are full of fascinating and adrenaline-filled professional basketball narratives and are likely to bring tears to your eyes.
2- Pulp Fiction )
- Director: > Quentin Tarantino
- Cast: John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel
- Genre: Crime, Drama
- IMDb Score strong> Movie: 8.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score Movie: 92 out of 100
Tarantino By making Pulp Fiction, it became a brand in world cinema. After all, this film soon became a cultural phenomenon and for many cinema lovers it is like a ritual. Aesthetics, symbolic dialogues, weird and unique characters all came together to invite the audience on an exciting journey into the heart of California in the 90's.
Tarantino is a spectacle out of the water and amazes you in many moments. Perhaps the most shocking scene in history is one of the most shocking scenes in history for many moviegoers who do not know exactly how to panic, laugh or even make sure their heads and faces do not bleed!
From John Travolta's dance sequence, Ordoz Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson and Travolta should not be unaware that they each have a world of their own and can be watched hundreds of times. Pulp Fiction created a world that many later tried to create, but no one can repeat what Tarantino did with the audience's soul.
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1. Salvation in Shawshank ( Shawshank Redemption )
- Director: Frank Darabont
- Cast: Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Ganton, William Sedler, Clancy Brown
- Genre: Crime, Drama
- IMDb movie rating: 9.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz movie rating: 91 out of 100
Salvation in Shaosheng is not only one of the best film adaptations of Stephen King, along with "The Shining", but also one of the most important American films.
Salvation in Shaosheng because of his transcendent storytelling in the fence of Zanda It is known as a seemingly frustrating place and how the buds of hope sprout from the heart of a difficult situation, as an empathetic, lovable, and highly humane work. Narrated by God, the film portrays Morgan Freeman as Red, a beautiful moment of understanding and empathy among prisoners living in deplorable conditions.
Salvation in Shaosheng has many symbolic moments, including Andy noted the performance of classical music for prisoners. The film was well received by critics and received six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Actor in a Leading Role.
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