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1993 Was Seriously The Best Year For Movies

The Huffington Post
1993 Was Seriously The Best Year For Movies
The Huffington Post | by Tyler McCarthy
Posted: 03/21/2014 6:04 pm EDT Updated: 03/24/2014 12:59 pm EDT

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People like to argue about which year was the best year for the film industry. What most of these people don’t realize is that unless they’ve been arguing in favor of 1993, they’re just plain wrong. Every truly great film came out in 1993. Don’t believe us? Check out a few of the stellar picks from that year:

Oscar Worthy

“The Fugitive”
“The Piano”
“Philadelphia”
Searching for Bobby Fischer
“Schindler’s List”

Comedic Perfection

“Groundhog Day”
Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Hood: Men In Tights
Benny and Joon
So I Married an Axe Murderer
“Wayne’s World 2”
“Dazed and Confused”

Regular Perfection

“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”
“The Secret Garden”
“The Pelican Brief”
“Carlito’s Way”
“Sleepless in Seattle”
“Rudy”
“Jurassic Park”

Guilty Pleasures

“Leprechaun”
Addams Family Values
“Coneheads”
“Surf Ninjas”
“We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story”
“Super Mario Bros.”
“Cool Runnings”

Best Childhood Movies Ever

“Free Willy”
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
“Rookie of the Year”
“Dennis The Menace”
“Hocus Pocus”
“The Nightmare Before Christmas”
“The Sandlot”

We rest our case.

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