The 90s cult films are titles that embody the sense of a decade. If in the 80s the fil rouge can be found in a certain proximity to the world of dreams, to fantastic stories, while the most committed cinema is still linked to the styles of the 70s, with the 90s the most committed cinema rises to a dimension often era, while entertainment overcomes the dream, creating such confusion in the viewer that it makes it increasingly difficult to understand what is true and what is not (think of Forrest Gump literally inserted in old frames of the past).

Perhaps never as in the 90s have films been produced that truly remain in everyone’s memory. Who doesn’t know Pulp Fiction, Matrix or Titanic? But the list of memorable films released in cinemas during the decade from 1990 to 1999 would be truly endless, and choosing the best ones, the ones to see at any cost, is almost a feat. Continue to read and choose the best 90s movies to watch right now.

90s comedy movies

The Truman Show


The Truman Show is first and foremost a film about freedom. What happens when it is denied to us and we have the illusion that it is there? And when we have eyes on family, friends, acquaintances who present themselves as accomplices and instead control us? And, finally, when we live in a space that is everyday, habitual and we don’t realize instead that it is a cage. This wonderful apologue by Peter Weir and the screenwriter, indeed, creator Andrew Niccol, should be revised especially today.

Bad Boys 


The idea comes from producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, who take their cue from their hit Beverly Hills Cop – a film that skilfully blended action and comedy – to make a sort of ‘paired’ version. The Bad Boys structure is that of the classic crime buddy movie , updated (and pumped up) for the occasion. There is no sharp contrast between the two protagonists, no old / young contrast, no dramatic actor / comedy actor dualism, none of the characters have trauma behind them or a suffering soul. The tone is light (but not insane) and unites the two bad boys of the title (inspired by the song of the same name by Inner Circle) who are both at the service of both the joke and the action.

Rush Hour

Proven formulas for guaranteed successes: this is now the leitmotif that Hollywood has erected as a portent of its cinema for some years now. Here therefore comes, six years after the second episode, the third adventure of the couple Chan – Tucker. If the first chapter had shown a funny story by offering us a duo that seemed to inherit the heavy void left by the duo Gibson – Glover of Lethal Weapon, already the sequel had let us glimpse several signs of weakness, mainly due to a certain repetitiveness of the situations.

Liar, liar

Attorney Fletcher Reede follows in his work the good rule of giving little weight to the facts and a lot to the way in which they are presented. In short, everything appears relative, and the truth can easily be changed at any moment thanks to perfect oratory skills. So Fletcher is very successful, clients are competing to go to him, but the same situation does not occur in the family. he is separated from his wife, who is agreeing to remarry with another, but is very attached to his little son Max, to whom he promises meeting opportunities that are regularly missed. On the occasion of his birthday, Max expresses the wish that for one day his father can no longer tell lies.


Sixteen-year-old Cher is very popular in Beverly Hills. Apart from her that she is a thriving teenager, rich and good-natured, she is loved by her classmates and by everyone for her generosity and sympathy with her. Orphaned of mother and of good help in the house to her father Mel, her emerging quality is that of doing good to others. Among other things, Cher has proposed to marry her teacher Mr. Hall with Professor Geist who is not very beautiful but eager to get married. And then she presses Tai, a new student who has arrived from outside, ungainly and lacking in elegance, whom she entrusts to the hairdresser and slowly transforms with her old clothes, but still in order.

90s Disney movies



Although as a child I always played with a small plastic Pocahontas, only today I saw the cartoon for the first time. Released in 1995, Pocahontas is Disney’s 33rd classic. Pocahontas is one of the most famous Disney princesses and her love story with John Smith one of the most romantic and moving. Even though the film is full of clichés, it still manages to thrill the viewer. The plot, for someone like me who has never seen Pocahontas as a child, tells of the arrival of an English ship in present-day Virginia, USA. On board there is also the attractive John Smith who immediately comes into contact with the young Pocahontas, daughter of the chief of the tribe who lives in those areas. After two hours together, Pochaontas can already speak English and, after three hours, she and John Smith love each other. But to the innocent and naïve minds of a boy and a girl this doesn’t seem all that unlikely.



In a traditionalist China committed to honor, duties and respect for roles, civil laws and the Emperor, Hua Mulan grows up, the eldest daughter of the Hua family, who, from an early age, proves to be more devoted to the art of sword and combat, arts that are the prerogative of the male and not female gender; following this lifestyle, the young woman risks losing her honor in front of her family by not proving to be a good wife. In the patriarchal structure of imperial China, the female gender has only one goal from birth: to show themselves honorable in front of the pimp so that she chooses a husband for him. Later the women will have to respect and care for their husbands by giving them children and taking care of the housework, but Mulan is not suited for all of this.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the beast” is often trivially referred to as an “animated feature film”. How infuriated such a title can infuriate me! Not that I don’t use it myself in mentioning this work, since, it is useless to deny it, it makes clear and immediate what it refers to. “Beauty and the Beast” is the enchantment of art imbued with the petals of a rose. Each petal that falls from it seems to carry within itself the only, the only autonomous and incomparable art form, the most candid: the one generated by the heart and modeled by the mind. And he maintains this power from the first to the last moment, without leaving a single fragment of his being in the unbridgeable void. From the very beginning, right from its prologue.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

It is usually director Tim Burton’s vivid imagination that precedes his fame in Hollywood. And a lot is also to be found in the stories that his mind gives birth to. At the beginning of the 90s this leads him to the doors of Disney, with a “not really Disney style” project: to bring to the screen the story of the king of the Halloween pumpkins bored by the same party as him. Disney sees the potential, from the availability of its studio, but turns production to the Touchstone branch. And so, exploiting the potential of stop-motion animation, “the nightmare that precedes Christmas” is born.

Hocus Pocus

It is unlikely that even Disney knew at the time that they had what would soon become a classic Halloween scene when they put the microphones in front of the protagonists Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy and told them, simply, to sing. However, the original 1993 Hocus Pocus managed to shed real magic on the audience, from the moment Midler utters the fateful “I put a spell on you, and now you’re mine!” until the finale, when her Winifred curses all the adult inhabitants of Salem by forcing them to dance until her death. Well, thirty years later, that spell still resists very well, making the sequence – and the film it is based on – a true late October classic.

90s horror movies

The Silence of the Lambs


The Silence of the Lambs ( The Silence of the Lambs the original title) was released in 1991 under the direction of Jonathan Demme and starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins. This is another great classic of the 90s (like the just reviewed Braveheart, 1995: everyone has seen it, the character of Hannibal Lecter played by Hopkins everyone knows, and it is widely believed that it is a masterpiece of cinema. To stop a serial killer (nicknamed Buffalo Bill) who kidnaps one girl after another and makes her find skinned corpses, Jack Crawford (played by Scott Glenn), a veteran FBI agent, sends young Clarice Starling to talk to inmate Lecter to find some clues. The two will establish a very special relationship, strong and dangerous at the same time, and thanks to the revelations of Lecterthe investigation will begin to go on the right tracks. But we must hurry, because the killer has just kidnapped the daughter of a senator.

Sleepy Hollow


New York 1799. Ichabod Crane is a bizarre cop who has a very personal way of solving cases. He has the opportunity to demonstrate the “scientific” of his means of him, when his superiors send him to the village of Sleepy Hollow where mysterious crimes have occurred. The victims, all beheaded, were allegedly killed by a mysterious headless horseman, terror of all the inhabitants of the town. Crane, who refuses to believe what he considers a foolish popular legend, begins to investigate the murders and soon finds himself catapulted into a kind of nightmare that his “enlightenment” methods will not be enough to explain. Helped by the beautiful and creepy Katrina Van Tassel, the policeman, he will unearth the mysteries and secrets of an enchanted world.

The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project is a 1999 film directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez, the progenitor of a saga that with the release of Blair Witch has reached its third chapter. Thanks also to an excellent viral marketing campaign, which before its release spread the belief that the facts narrated in the film really happened, The Blair Witch Project is still one of the most profitable films in the history of cinema, with almost 250 million. cash-in all over the world for a budget of a few tens of thousands of dollars. The opening credits of the film inform the viewer of the disappearance in 1994 of Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams (the real names of the actors), three boys who were in Maryland to shoot a documentary on the legend of the Blair Witch.

The Sixth Sense

There are movies that, in some way, enter the collective imagination, which takes possession of them and occasionally transforms them into creatures completely different from how they were conceived: once their garments have been torn off, all that remains is a body to be prepared according to a disparate use. So The Sixth Senseit has been and continues to be the undisputed device of reinterpretations and parodies in any sphere of everyday life. We’re obviously talking about the scene where little Cole (Haley Joel Osment) whispers his secret to Dr. Crowe (Bruce Willis). The popularity of this moment, which is the key (s) turn of the film, can give more than words the measure of how fundamental it is not so much for a discourse on the cinematographic genre but, taking a step back, on the narration itself as element of construction of a truth disguised as a lie. 

The Devil’s Advocate

Originally based on the novel of the same name by Andrew Neiderman, The Devil’s Advocate is actually also inspired by other (more or less) classics of literature, in particular from the masterpiece Paradise Lost by John Milton, which coincidentally is also the name of the character played by Al Pacino. Received quite positively by audiences and critics (albeit with some voices out of the chorus), the film is directed by the honest Taylor Hackford (Kidnapping and Ransom, Officer and Gentleman) and stars Keanu Reeves, at the time already famous but still without the consecration of the Matrix, released two years later.

Classic 90s movies

Good Will Hunting


Will Hunting – Genius Rebel review of the film by Gus Van Sant, capable of giving life to a small jewel of contemporary cinema. Helped by an amazing Robin Williams (a film that earned him the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor) and an incredible  Matt Damon, Van Sant directs a decidedly introspective work. Will Huntingin fact it digs into the depths of the human mind, bringing out all the fears, insecurities and disturbances of the life of the young Will, gifted with an incredible intellect. The character played by Matt Damon will reveal a side that unites every living being. In fact, behind the apparent wall of security and arrogance, the fear of abandonment is more present than ever, with all those never healed wounds that everyone carries inside.

The Shawshank Redemption 


To let an audience of free women and men breathe the scent of freedom, it is necessary to let them taste the bitter one of confinement, violence, dignity that slips under their feet. It’s not easy, but The Showshank Redemption (based on the story by  Stephen King  Rita Hayworth and the redemption of Shawshank and renamed from the “usual Illuminati” on duty The Wings of Freedom ), directed by Frank Darabont, is fully capable of it. This is an extraordinary strength. Let the sense of suffocation and fear flow on the skin of the beholder, using narrative solutions, editing, framing, the calibrated use of the characters that populate the fiction, emerging from the dark scenes of the Showshank prison. The almost total absence of female figures – if not in posters, or in a dark flashback veiled by death – then makes the whole film an even more sharp and feral psychic and moral prison.


The case of David Fincher is emblematic. Fincher, like Denis Villeneuve, could be considered the classic director who emerged from Hollywood. A rather sterile and devoid of ideas, interchangeable craftsman; so any other director with good technical skills could create the same film, with better or worse results. Fincher, on the other hand, demonstrates how even from the American film industry, in which economic power reigns undeterred and in which the only goal pursued seems to be that of profit, an authorial and creative figure can emerge.

Schindler’s List 

After indelibly marking the cinema of adventure and pure entertainment with essential titles such as The Shark, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the Indiana Jones saga, ET the extra-terrestrial and Jurassic Park, in 1993  Steven Spielberg realizes with  Schindler’s Lista milestone in Holocaust films, shaking the world with the painful and poignant reinterpretation of one of the most distressing and gruesome pages in the history of mankind. A film written in the destiny of Spielberg himself, of Jewish origin and precisely for this reason bullied several times during his youth. A project strongly desired but at the same time feared by the American filmmaker, who, after having carved out only the role of producer and having tried in vain to commission the direction of legends of the Seventh Art such as Billy Wilder, Roman Polanski and his close friend Martin Scorsese, he realized that he was the only person who could carry it out.

Forrest Gump

After all, Forrest Gump ‘s narrative system  had all the credentials to generate a universe of its own, as original as it is memorable. Loosely inspired by Winston Groom ‘s 1986 novel of the same name, Zemeckis’ film is an episodic flow from childhood to adulthood of a character ( Tom Hanks ) with sub-standard cognitive development. While he arranges as best he can to be accepted by others and to win the heart of his friend Jenny (as an adult  Robin Wright  who would later land on  House of Cards), Forrest becomes both a witness and an unaware agent of the great changes of his time: he teaches Elvis to dance, becomes a war hero during the Vietnam campaign, inspires the text of John Lennon ‘s Imagine, meets three presidents of the United States, provokes the Watergate, invents the smiley shirt and contributes to the détente with China.

90s family movies



The deceased father of the wicked Carrigan Crittenden bequeathed his money to environmental groups, with the exception, as a home for his daughter, of Whipstaff Castle: a Gaudí-style manor located on the cliffs in Friendship, Maine. The only flaw, the castle is haunted by four ghosts and closed for a hundred years. One of these ghosts, little Casper, is a very kind and sensitive ghost, and through friendly TV programs that he himself introduced into the manor, he would like to make friends with the living, but his three nutty uncles, Molla, Ciccia and Puzza, behaving like real ghosts, they try everything to scare anyone who wants to enter the house.



Matilda is a funny comedy directed by Danny DeVito in 1996. Based on the novel Matilda by Roald Dahl, famous writer of classics for children such as The Chocolate Factory, GGG and Gremlins. Of all the cinematic transpositions of his novels, DeVito’s film is perhaps the most genuinely tasty and exciting. Fairytale for all seasons, especially in crumbling social and political ones. And the world has seen some difficult times.

Stuart Little

In their small apartment squeezed between the skyscrapers that surround Central Park, the Little family wakes up full of excitement and expectations for an adoption that will bring little George a new sibling and a new member to their loving family unit. Once they arrive at the orphanage, the Little spouses find themselves in front of a myriad of wild kids not in tune with the couple’s prudent and moderate habits, until their eyes and ears rest on the tiny Stuart, an orphaned mouse. with an affable and extremely polite manner. After just a short interview, the Little have no doubts: Stuart will be the new member of the family.

101 Dalmatians

In 1996, long before the fashion of reinterpreting all the classics of fairy tales in a dark key, Walt Disney decided to realize the live action transposition of one of his most successful animated films, The charge of 101, accompanied in Italy by the explanatory subtitle of This time the magic is true. With a good box office success (not balanced by the rather lukewarm enthusiasm of the critics) this new Dalmatian adventure, directed by Stephen Herek (The Three Musketeers, Goodbye Mr. Holland) once again sees the animal world as the undisputed protagonist, and it will not be only man’s best friends who will give support for the classic happy ending. 

90s action movies

The Mummy


The Mummy 1999 film directed by Stephen Sommers. Personally one of the films, together with the Indiana Jones saga, which had the merit of cheering my childhood by fostering the passion and taste for history and ancient civilizations (yet I have not become a damn Egyptologist.). The film starts from the troubled love story between the high priest Imhotep and Anck-su-Namun, the pharaoh’s lover. Obviously, things never go the right way and when elements such as murder, love, necromancy and magical texts are intertwined, a black pissed off villain can only come out of it, especially if he has been mummified alive and condemned to non -death. So here is where our Mummy is born.

Men in Black


Molly is only a child when she encounters an alien creature, who will help her escape, and witnesses the intervention of the Men in Black without being fired upon. All her life she keeps the secret of the existence of aliens, hoping one day to become a secret agent in a black suit and tie. Irreducible in pursuing her dream, she finally manages to track down the headquarters of the Men in Black and convince her Agent O to take her on trial. Dressed and armed, Agent M (olly) must earn the neuralizer in the field and join Agent H, undisciplined and braggart. Between Paris and Marrakech they will end up understanding each other and saving the world from monsters and moles.

The Matrix

Thomas A. Anderson (Keanu Reeves) is an anonymous employee of a computer company who spends his nights at the computer and is a celebrity among hackers with the nickname Neo. He has in fact committed every conceivable cybercrime and is currently being prosecuted. Neo comes into contact with other hackers (or alleged ones) who reveal to him that our reality is nothing more than a program generated by machines. “It is the world that has been placed before your eyes to hide the truth from you.”  As if that weren’t enough, as a shock, Neo discovers that he is the Chosen One (it is no coincidence that Neo is the anagram of One), the only one able to save the human race from the slavery of machines.

Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan is the second film that Steven Spielberg made in the 90s whose narrative develops during the Second World War, and so far it is also the last of his directing to have that historical frame (in the previous decades there had been 1941 – Alarm in Hollywood and The Empire of the Sun, while the reference that many make to the first three titles of the saga dedicated to the archaeologist Indiana Jones is improper, given that they take place between 1935 and 1938, therefore before the invasion of Poland by the troops of National Socialist Germany). 

Mission: Impossible

The most famous spy ever returns to the cinema with this adrenaline-pumping sixth chapter of the legendary Mission Impossible saga. The undisputed protagonist is always him, Tom Cruise in the role of the spy Ethan Hunt, together with his consolidated team of the IMF. This time the stakes are higher than ever as the nuclear threat looms over planet earth, due to a powerful terrorist organization, the Apostles. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie Mission Impossible Fallout is an adrenaline-pumping centrifuge made of shootings, escapes, triple games and continuous reversals in the face. If you are curious to know what we think of the film, you just have to read our review of Mission Impossible Fallout.

Good 90s movies

The Addams Family


The Addams family consists of father Gomez, mother Morticia, daughter Wednesday, son Pugsley, witch grandmother, Lurch butler and Mano Mano; the call is missing Uncle Fester, Gomez’s beloved brother who lost track about 25 years earlier due to a question of (Siamese) women. Since the Addams are stuffed with dindines not even if they were a Swiss bank with Jewish money during the Second World War, they are targeted by a trio of dirty crooks who want to pass one of them as their missing relative, a thug with colored skin milk named Gordon who cultivates a sinister passion with his mother, bitch.

The Game


The protagonist of the story co-written by John Brancato and Michael Ferris (two of the writers subsequently guilty of many cinematographic havoc as Catwoman ) is a good Michael Douglas in the role of the wealthy entrepreneur Nicholas Van Orton . The man lives and works in San Francisco, spending his days in the office or in his gigantic residence where he lives alone after the divorce.

Primal Fear

The film is loosely based on William Dehl’s crime mystery Primal Fear and is part of that already well-established American genre of judicial thriller, now widely present on large and small screens. The merit of the film is to introduce elements that were then taken up by numerous others, who decided to venture into the courtrooms and interrogation rooms. Powered by an exceptional cast, including names like Richard Gere ( Pretty Woman, Officer Gentleman and Chicago ), Frances McDormand ( Fargo and Three Manifestos in Ebbing, Missouri ) and Laura Linney ( The Truman Show, The Savage Family and Mystic River ).


Braveheart is a movie that manipulates History to adapt it to the dimension of the Myth. It starts from the Middle Ages to break it up into a Tale of Tales set in the Scottish “highlands”. Much of the events reported by Mel Gibson and his screenwriter Randall Wallace are incongruous. We are in Scotland between the late 1200s and early 1300s and the ius primae noctis, the blue painted faces, the reconstruction of the battle of Sterling Bridge, Queen Isabella made pregnant by William Wallace, the kilt (introduced in 1700), the homosexuality of Edward II, are a choice of fantasy that has the purpose of ferrying the historiographic tale towards the shores of legend, with a profilmic capable of manipulating the visible world.


The film tells the story of Gia Marie Carangi (aka simply Gia), one of the hottest fashion models at the turn of the seventies and eighties, who, having fallen into the habit of heroin, ruined her career and her life and died at the age of 26 for complications related to AIDS (at a time when this disease was still little known). Her life, homosexuality (Gia was a lesbian or maybe bisexual), drugs, complicated relationships with her mother, are expertly narrated in the TV film directed by Michael Cristofer, thanks above all to an exceptional interpretation by Angelina Jolie who, in the role of Gia, he manages to perfectly embody her complex personality, fragility and contradictions, with an acting that never ends in the melodramatic.

90s romance movies



Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Molly (Demi Moore) are a happy couple. One evening, however, the man is killed in an ambush by a killer hired by Carl (Tony Goldwyn), his friend and colleague in the bank. To try to protect the woman he loves, Sam enlisted the help of Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), a scammer psychic of hers but who manages to help him get in touch with her. There is already, from the beginning, a fleetingness of what is happening. Because then Ghost enters territories where supernatural fantasy mixes with the thriller that perhaps must have influenced the recent Japanese one.

Pretty Woman


Edward Lewis (Gere) is a billionaire and is in Los Angeles to close a deal. Looking for his way to his hotel, he asks information from Vivian (Roberts), a young prostitute, who proposes to accompany him personally in exchange for a small sum of money: something of little importance to Edward and vital to her. The man accepts and the girl accompanies him, increasing her figure more and more, up to the room and coming to spend the night with him. The personality of the young woman strikes Edward: she is outside the stereotypes of that kind of woman. He then decides to make a deal with her: stay with him for a whole week, in exchange for $ 3,000.

Before Sunrise

A one-of-a-kind film. But defining it as a film could even seem simplistic: “Before Sunrise” is an experience capable of awakening dreams, of avenging all our regrets, of underlining our weaknesses, of rediscovering ourselves in love with two complete strangers. Adventure, travel, discovery, love, fear: less than 24 hours to better understand ourselves and our relationship with life. Destiny, if it exists, is here. Handy. It’s in Jesse’s embarrassed gaze as she listens to Kath Bloom’s “Come Here” in a record store, it’s in Celine’s enchanted smile when she convinces herself to get off that train. It takes a little, a little nudge, and our future has changed forever.


It was December 19, 1997, the day when James Cameron ‘s Titanic was presented in American cinemas and shortly thereafter in those around the world, launching one of Hollywood’s most loved couples on the international stage: Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. The story that everyone remembers, for the past 23 years, the one that has as protagonists the proletarian Jack (Leonardo Di Caprio) and the aristocratic Rose (Kate Winslet) who fall in love on the most impressive ocean liner ever built and shipwrecked on the night of April 15, 1912.

90s christmas movies

Jingle All the Way


Year 1996, Arnold Schwarzenegger is in crisis: after the enormous success of Terminator 2 (1991) he has done nothing but patch one title after another. On paper, Last Action Hero (1993) works well, on the other hand, it is a sensational flop, and the same goes for the titanically expensive Trues Lies (1994) and for the more contained Junior (1994). The downward trend continues with Eraser (1996) and while waiting to get bald and frozen for Batman & Robin (1997), Schwarzenegger has practically gone out: a sort of insane perversion pushes him to enjoy creating wrong films. He now changes a production company to film because he rarely has onemajor offers him a second chance to lose money… but Fox is different. After the thud of True Lies he decides to try to play the Schwarzy card again, even if he gives him only half of the budget: Arnie himself will be able to fail and lose a lot of money. He is not surprised that he has no longer collaborated with Fox.

The Preacher’s Wife

Reverend Henry Biggs, pastor of St Matthew’s Church has more than one problem with his parish and Christmas is on the way. He has a beautiful wife and a son but that’s not enough. He takes a hand from heaven. Who arrives punctually in the guise of the angel Dudley who must convince him that he was sent from Heaven. The charms of Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston before the decline fill the screen and make this Christmas fairy tale a movie to watch by the fireplace (if you have one) remembering that it is the remake of The Bishop’s Wife and appreciating the the fact that, once in a while, an “all black” film does not give us “fuck” every two minutes and does not repeat stories of gang wars ( Spike Leehe could do it and he did it well but he changed gender too). 

90s thriller movies

Basic Instinct 


1992’s Basic Instinct is a film covered with classic elements associated with the noir sub-genre, from detective stories with car chases at extreme speed, to the typical investigation of yellow cinema. A tantalizing, intelligent and erotic substitute as was rarely seen in those years. Where the heterosexuality of the characters mixes with an orgiastic homosexual environment, told without moralistic frills. What matters to Dutch director Paul Verhoeven ( RoboCop, Atto di Forza, Black Book, Elle ) and Hungarian screenwriter Joe Eszterhas (who will also write the misunderstood Showgirls ) is not to tell a particularly complicated story (albeit full of absurd and crazy elements)., but to develop in the viewer a morbid curiosity towards the characters presented, through an uncompromising vision. A continuous rebound between banal scenes, almost shoddy, with mediocre characters typical of television dramas at unsettling moments, intelligent enough to confuse our ideas.



Based on Stephen King ‘s novel Misery (title retained in the original version), Rob Reiner ‘s 1990 film stars James Caan, as writer Paul Sheldon, and the frightening and tremendously effective Kathy Bates, his biggest fan. Sheldon is a writer who achieved fame thanks to the series of novels dedicated to a heroine named Misery. Feeling his career as a novelist too tied to Misery’s stardom, decides to end the series by making her die in childbirth. She dedicates herself to a new book, unrelated to the series, and finishes it – as usual – isolated in a remote mountain town in Colorado.


From a novel by Ira Levin. The beautiful Carla (Stone) would not want romantic adventures but she is involved by Jack (Berenger), a writer in crisis, and Seek (Baldwin), very ambiguous and insinuating. She chooses the latter. In the meantime she went to live in a building where a girl and other people were killed, and where a hidden camera is installed in the rooms of each apartment and there are those who, from a large studio full of monitors, learn everything about all. Between one embrace and the other Carla is shocked by revelations, deaths and suspicions.

The Talented Mr. Ripley

In this saga we owe the great Wenders’ American friend to her. Matt Damon is Ripley, a negative hero, an identity thief. He falls in love with an elegant American fugitive in Italy. Rejected, he kills him. It is only the beginning of an increasingly disturbing and violent spiral. High tensions and magnificent images. He really feels “under” the great writer. The film is set in the 1950s.

The Devil’s Advocate

At the center of the story, just like in the poem in verse, the eternal conflict between good and evil, the two alternatives before which man constantly finds himself having to choose. To personify this condition of human existence is in the film, Kevin Lomax, a brilliant provincial lawyer, played by Keanu Reeves, who with the grit used makes the rampant and ambitious side of the character well, capable of never losing a case and destined to a great future as a lawyer.

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