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    And here we go!

    This is the nominations thread for the first portion of The Great Movie Tournament (first of ten) where we'll nominate and second our favorite movies for the decade of the 1990s (from 1990 to 1999). For our purposes, an eligible film must be a feature film (no short films) and its first release date must be between January 1, 1990 and December 31, 1999 according to IMDb (sometimes films will premiere at festivals one year but have a wide release the following year; we'll use the IMDb and Wikipedia convention of the year of initial exhibition).

    Participation is very much encouraged and extremely welcomed, but please do follow these guidelines for this nomination process (subject to adjustment):
    • You can nominate one film per post, and you can nominate another film after three other members have made their nominations.
    • You can second one film per post, and you can second another film after one other member has made their second.
    • If possible, please include a trailer and/or a scene from the film using Spoiler tags (this version and delete the s in https for YouTube links when emdedding a video, making sure to use the full URL from the address bar, not the sharing link).
    • Nominations can also be optionally accompanied by year of release and director.

    Once 256 nominated films have been seconded, the tournament will begin, following the structure shown below (an overall event overview thread will be posted as usual with links to all the polls so members can easily navigate during the tournament). Each poll will be open for 7 days and any tiebreaker polls will be open for 4 days.
    • Round 1: 32 groups of 8 titles - top 6 move on
    • Round 2: 32 groups of 6 titles - top 4 move on
    • Round 3: 32 groups of 4 titles - top 2 move on
    • Round 4: 16 groups of 4 titles - top 2 move on
    • Round 5: 16 groups of 2 titles - top 1 moves on
    • Octofinals: 8 groups of 2 titles - top 1 moves on
    • Quarterfinals: 4 groups of 2 titles - top 1 moves on
    • Semifinals: 2 groups of 2 titles - top 1 moves on
    • Final: 1 group of 2 titles - top 1 is the winner

    This post will be updated with the list of nominated and seconded titles as they come in. You can also keep up to date with this handy Google Sheet.

    Enjoy and have fun!

    List of seconded films:
    1. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), dir. James Cameron
    2. The Matrix (1999), dir. The Wachowskis
    3. Edward Scissorhands (1990), dir. Tim Burton
    4. Pulp Fiction (1994), dir. Quentin Tarantino
    5. GoodFellas (1990), dir. Martin Scorsese
    6. Silence of the Lambs (1991), dir. Jonathan Demme
    7. Jurassic Park (1993), dir. Steven Spielberg
    8. Pleasantville (1998), dir. Gary Ross
    9. The Shawshank Redemption (1994), dir. Frank Darabont
    10. Saving Private Ryan (1998), dir. Steven Spielberg
    11. Toy Story (1995), dir. John Lasseter
    12. Schindler's List (1993), dir. Steven Spielberg
    13. Scream (1996), dir. Wes Craven
    14. Twelve Monkeys (1995), dir. Terry Gilliam
    15. L.A. Confidential (1997), dir. Curtis Hanson
    16. The Big Lebowski (1998), dir. The Coen Brothers
    17. Se7en (1995), dir. David Fincher
    18. Falling Down (1993), dir. Joel Schumacher
    19. Groundhog Day (1993), dir. Harold Ramis
    20. The Sixth Sense (1999), dir. M. Night Shyamalan
    21. American Beauty (1999), dir. Sam Mendes
    22. Unforgiven (1992), dir. Clint Eastwood
    23. Cube (1997), dir. Vincenzo Natali
    24. Fight Club (1999), dir. David Fincher
    25. A League of Their Own (1992), dir. Penny Marshall
    26. Reservoir Dogs (1992), dir. Quentin Tarantino
    27. Braveheart (1995), dir. Mel Gibson
    28. The Usual Suspects (1995), dir. Bryan Singer
    29. A Few Good Men (1992), dir. Rob Reiner
    30. Princess Mononoke (1997), dir. Hayao Miyazaki
    31. Heat (1995), dir. Michael Mann
    32. Fargo (1996), dir. The Coen Brothers
    33. Clerks (1994), dir. Kevin Smith
    34. Forrest Gump (1994), dir. Robert Zemeckis
    35. Arlington Road (1999), dir. Mark Pellington
    36. The Green Mile (1999), dir. Frank Darabont
    37. Dumb and Dumber (1994), dir. Peter Farrelly
    38. Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995), dir. John McTiernan
    39. American History X (1998), dir. Tony Kaye
    40. Mermaids (1990), dir. Richard Benjamin
    41. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), dir. Henry Selick
    42. Casino (1995), dir. Martin Scorsese
    43. Misery (1990), dir. Rob Reiner
    44. Contact (1997), dir. Robert Zemeckis
    45. The Ninth Gate (1999), dir. Roman Polanski
    46. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), dir. Jay Roach
    47. Tombstone (1993), dir. George Cosmatos
    48. Titanic (1997), dir. James Cameron
    49. From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), dir. Robert Rodriguez
    50. Dances with Wolves (1990), dir. Kevin Costner
    51. Natural Born Killers (1994), dir. Oliver Stone
    52. Jacob's Ladder (1990), dir. Adrian Lyne
    53. Beauty and the Beast (1991), dir. Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
    54. Armageddon (1998), dir. Michael Bay
    55. Léon: The Professional (1994), dir. Luc Besson
    56. Ghost (1990), dir. Jerry Zucker
    57. The Lion King (1994), dir. Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff
    58. The Thin Red Line (1998), dir. Terrence Malick
    59. Out of Sight (1998), dir. Steven Soderbergh
    60. Good Will Hunting (1997), dir. Gus Van Sant
    61. Independence Day (1996), dir. Roland Emmerich
    62. Dark City (1998), dir. Alex Proyas
    63. As Good As It Gets (1997), dir. James L. Brooks
    64. The Fugitive (1993), dir. Andrew Davis
    65. Ravenous (1999), dir. Antonia Bird
    66. The Boondock Saints (1999), dir. Troy Duffy
    67. Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994), dir. Wes Craven
    68. Scent of a Woman (1992), dir. Martin Brest
    69. The Truman Show (1998), dir. Peter Weir
    70. Chasing Amy (1997), dir. Kevin Smith
    71. Speed (1994), dir. Jan de Bont
    72. The Mummy (1999), dir. Stephen Sommers
    73. Dazed and Confused (1993), dir. Richard Linklater
    74. Carlito's Way (1993), dir. Brian De Palma
    75. Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (1991), dir. Peter Hewitt
    76. True Romance (1993), dir. Tony Scott
    77. Crimson Tide (1995), dir. Tony Scott
    78. Cape Fear (1991), dir. Martin Scorsese
    79. Election (1999), dir. Alexander Payne
    80. Being John Malkovich (1999), dir. Spike Jonze
    81. The Blair Witch Project (1999), dir. Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez
    82. The Rock (1996), dir. Michael Bay
    83. Beautiful Girls (1996), dir. Ted Demme
    84. Man on the Moon (1999), dir. Milos Forman
    85. Eyes Wide Shut (1999), dir. Stanley Kubrick
    86. The Fifth Element (1997), dir. Luc Besson
    87. There's Something About Mary (1998), dir. Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly
    88. Aladdin (1992), dir. Ron Clements and John Musker
    89. American Pie (1999), dir. Paul Weitz and Chris Weitz
    90. Trainspotting (1996), dir. Danny Boyle
    91. Happy Gilmore (1996), dir. Dennis Dugan
    92. A Bronx Tale (1993), dir. Robert De Niro
    93. Babe (1995), dir. Chris Noonan
    94. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), dir. Chris Columbus
    95. My Girl (1991), dir. Howard Zieff
    96. What About Bob? (1991), dir. Frank Oz
    97. Ronin (1998), dir. John Frankenheimer
    98. Donnie Brasco (1997), dir. Mike Newell
    99. Home Alone (1990), dir. Chris Columbus
    100. Shakespeare in Love (1998), dir. John Madden
    101. Office Space (1999), dir. Mike Judge
    102. Three Kings (1999), dir. David O. Russell
    103. Before Sunrise (1995), dir. Richard Linklater
    104. Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), dir. James Foley
    105. Billy Madison (1995), dir. Tamara Davis
    106. Gattaca (1997), dir. Andrew Niccol
    107. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), dir. Guy Ritchie
    108. The Game (1997), dir. David Fincher
    109. Leaving Las Vegas (1995), dir. Mike Figgis
    110. Sleepy Hollow (1999), Tim Burton
    111. In the Mouth of Madness (1994), dir. John Carpenter
    112. Primal Fear (1996), dir. Gregory Hoblit
    113. Liar Liar (1997), dir. Tom Shadyac
    114. Face/Off (1997), dir. John Woo
    115. Army of Darkness (1992), dir. Sam Raimi
    116. Total Recall (1990), dir. Paul Verhoeven
    117. Magnolia (1999), dir. Paul Thomas Anderson
    118. Run Lola Run (1998), dir. Tom Tykwer
    119. Boogie Nights (1997), dir. Paul Thomas Anderson
    120. JFK (1991), dir. Oliver Stone
    121. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), dir. Trey Parker
    122. The Crow (1994), dir. Alex Proyas
    123. True Lies (1994), dir. James Cameron
    124. Friday (1995), dir. F. Gary Gray
    125. Quiz Show (1994), dir. Robert Redford
    126. Starship Troopers (1997), dir. Paul Verhoeven
    127. Apollo 13 (1995), dir. Ron Howard
    128. The Iron Giant (1999), dir. Brad Bird
    129. Bound (1996), dir. The Wachowskis
    130. Jackie Brown (1997), dir. Quentin Tarantino
    131. Point Break (1991), dir. Kathryn Bigelow
    132. The Negotiator (1998), dir. F. Gary Gray
    133. Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995), dir. Todd Solondz
    134. Dogma (1999), dir. Kevin Smith
    135. The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love (1995), dir. Maria Maggenti
    136. The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), dir. Anthony Minghella
    137. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994), dir. Tom Shadyac
    138. Mighty Aphrodite (1995), dir. Woody Allen
    139. The Ice Storm (1997), dir. Ang Lee
    140. Goldeneye (1995), dir. Martin Campbell
    141. Con-Air (1997), dir. Simon West
    142. Twister (1996), dir. Jan de Bont
    143. A Simple Plan (1998), dir. Sam Raimi
    144. What Dreams May Come (1998), dir. Vincent Ward
    145. Boyz n the Hood (1991), dir. John Singleton
    146. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), dir. Francis Ford Coppola
    147. The Firm (1993), dir. Sydney Pollack
    148. Boys Don't Cry (1999), dir. Kimberly Peirce
    149. Pump Up the Volume (1990), dir. Allan Moyle
    150. In the Line of Fire (1993), dir. Wolfgang Petersen
    151. Die Hard 2 (1990), dir. Renny Harlin
    152. Clueless (1995), dir. Amy Heckerling
    153. Rounders (1998), dir. John Dahl
    154. My Cousin Vinny (1992), dir. Jonathan Lynn
    155. The River Wild (1994), dir. Curtis Hanson
    156. The Mask of Zorro (1998), dir. Martin Campbell
    157. Fallen (1998), dir. Gregory Hoblit
    158. Pretty Woman (1990), dir. Garry Marshall
    159. The City of Lost Children (1995), dir. Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    160. Mission: Impossible (1995), dir. Brian De Palma
    161. The Santa Clause (1994), dir. John Pasquin
    162. Backdraft (1991), dir. Ron Howard
    163. Thelma & Louise (1991), dir. Ridley Scott
    164. Toy Story 2 (1999), dir. John Lasseter
    165. Rudy (1993), dir. David Anspaugh
    166. Wayne's World (1992), dir. Penelope Spheeris
    167. Showgirls (1995), dir. Paul Verhoeven
    168. Short Cuts (1993), dir. Robert Altman
    169. Philadelphia (1993), dir. Jonathan Demme
    170. Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), dir. Carl Franklin
    171. The Devil's Advocate (1997), dir. Taylor Hackford
    172. The Sandlot (1993), dir. David Mickey Evans
    173. The English Patient (1996), dir. Anthony Minghella
    174. The Insider (1999), dir. Michael Mann
    175. Delicatessen (1991), dir. Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    176. Life Is Beautiful (1997), dir. Roberto Benigni
    177. Dead Alive (1992), dir. Peter Jackson
    178. Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993), dir. Mel Brooks
    179. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), dir. Kevin Reynolds
    180. Audition (1999), dir. Takashi Miike
    181. Can't Hardly Wait (1998), dir. Deborah Kaplan and Herry Elfont
    182. Wild at Heart (1990), dir. David Lynch
    183. Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995), dir. Steve Oedekerk
    184. Cruel Intentions (1999), dir. Roger Kumble
    185. Immortal Beloved (1994), dir. Bernard Rose
    186. Pi (1998), dir. Darren Aronofsky
    187. A Time to Kill (1996), dir. Joel Schumacher
    188. The Last of the Mohicans (1992), dir. Michael Mann
    189. Clear and Present Danger (1994 ), dir. Phillip Noyce
    190. Tremors (1990), dir. Ron Underwood
    191. Men in Black (1997), dir. Barry Sonnenfeld
    192. Ed Wood (1994), dir. Tim Burton
    193. The Piano (1993), dir. Jane Campion
    194. Naked Lunch (1991), dir. David Cronenberg
    195. Funny Games (1997), dir. Michael Haneke
    196. Hard Boiled (1992), dir. John Woo
    197. The Naked Gun 2˝: The Smell of Fear (1991), dir. David Zucker
    198. Dead Man (1995), dir. Jim Jarmusch
    199. Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999), dir. Jim Jarmusch
    200. The Ref (1994), dir. Ted Demme
    201. Mimic (1997), dir. Guillermo del Toro
    202. Jerry Maguire (1996), dir. Cameron Crowe
    203. To Die For (1995), dir. Gus Van Sant
    204. The Full Monty (1997), dir. Peter Cattaneo
    205. The Doors (1991), dir. Oliver Stone
    206. Desperado (1995), dir. Robert Rodriguez
    207. Ringu (1998), dir. Hideo Nakata
    208. The Fisher King (1991), dir. Terry Gilliam
    209. Chungking Express (1994), dir. Wong Kar-Wai
    210. The Nutty Professor (1996), dir. Tom Shadyac
    211. Air Force One (1997), dir. Wolfgang Petersen
    212. Waterworld (1995), dir. Kevin Reynolds
    213. White Men Can't Jump (1992), dir. Ron Shelton
    214. Flatliners (1990), dir. Joel Schumacher
    215. Fist of Legend (1994), dir. Gordon Chan
    216. The Mask (1994), dir. Chuck Russell
    217. The Legend (1993), dir. Corey Yuen
    218. Three Colors: Red (1994), dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski
    219. Three Colors: Blue (1993), dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski
    220. Grumpy Old Men (1993), dir. Donald Petrie
    221. Miller's Crossing (1990), dir. The Coen Brothers
    222. Malcolm X (1992), dir. Spike Lee
    223. Three Colors: White (1994), dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski
    224. The Mighty Ducks (1992), dir. Stephen Herek
    225. Heavenly Creatures (1994), dir. Peter Jackson
    226. The Addams Family (1991), dir. Barry Sonnenfeld
    227. Rush Hour (1998), dir. Brett Ratner
    228. Breakdown (1997), dir. Jonathan Mostow
    229. Singles (1992), dir. Cameron Crowe
    230. La haine (1995), dir. Mathieu Kassovitz
    231. The Frighteners (1996), dir. Peter Jackson
    232. Enemy of the State (1998), dir. Tony Scott
    233. Dreams (1990), dir. Akira Kurosawa
    234. Legends of the Fall (1994), dir. Edward Zwick
    235. The Virgin Suicides (1999), dir. Sofia Coppola
    236. Under Siege (1992), dir. Andrew Davis
    237. Now and Then (1995), dir. Lesli Linka Glatter
    238. Cop Land (1997), dir. James Mangold
    239. Rushmore (1998), dir. Wes Anderson
    240. Sleepless in Seattle (1993), dir. Nora Ephron
    241. Fear (1996), dir. James Foley
    242. The Wedding Singer (1998), dir. Frank Coraci
    243. Girl, Interrupted (1999), dir. James Mangold
    244. Back to the Future Part III (1990), dir. Robert Zemeckis
    245. In & Out (1997), dir. Frank Oz
    246. Fire in the Sky (1993), dir. Robert Lieberman
    247. Event Horizon (1997), dir. Paul W.S. Anderson
    248. Sling Blade (1996), dir. Billy Bob Thornton
    249. La Femme Nikita (1990), dir. Luc Besson
    250. The Sweet Hereafter (1997), dir. Atom Egoyan
    251. Kingpin (1996), dir. Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly
    252. Raise the Red Lantern (1991), dir. Zhang Yimou
    253. Ransom (1996), dir. Ron Howard
    254. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994), dir. Stephan Elliott
    255. Conspiracy Theory (1997), dir. Richard Donner
    256. The Client (1994), dir. Joel Schumacher

    List of films not seconded:
    1. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), dir. George Lucas
    2. Swingers (1996), dir. Doug Liman
    3. Go (1999), dir. Doug Liman
    4. Death and the Maiden (1994), dir. Roman Polanski
    5. Kolya (1996), dir. Jan Svěrák
    6. The Hunt for Red October (1990), dir. John McTiernan
    7. Hamlet (1996), dir. Kenneth Branagh
    8. Small Soldiers (1998), dir. Joe Dante
    9. The Lover (1992), dir. Jean-Jacques Annaud
    10. Wild Things (1998), dir. John McNaughton
    11. Night on Earth (1991), dir. Jim Jarmusch
    12. The Bridges of Madison County (1995), dir. Clint Eastwood
    13. Kids (1995), dir. Larry Clark
    14. Batman Returns (1992), dir. Tim Burton
    15. Money Talks (1997), dir. Brett Ratner
    16. Lost Highway (1997), dir. David Lynch
    17. Red Rock West (1993), dir. John Dahl
    18. The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996), dir. Renny Harlin
    19. The Birdcage (1996), dir. Mike Nichols
    20. Hurricane Streets (1997), dir. Morgan J. Freeman
    21. The Basketball Diaries (1995), dir. Scott Kalvert
    22. The Last Seduction (1994), dir. John Dahl
    23. Threesome (1994), dir. Andrew Fleming
    24. Scream 2 (1997), dir. Wes Craven
    25. Alien 3 (1992), dir. David Fincher
    26. Dragonheart (1996), dir. Rob Cohen
    27. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), dir. Steven Spielberg
    28. Affliction (1998), dir. Paul Schrader
    29. The Peacemaker (1997), dir. Mimi Leder
    30. Tommy Boy (1995), dir. Peter Segal
    31. August 32nd on Earth (1998), dir. Denis Villeneuve
    32. Space Jam (1996), sir. Joe Pytka
    33. A Perfect World (1993), dir. Clint Eastwood
    34. The Last Supper (1995), dir. Stacy Title
    35. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993), dir. Bill Duke
    36. Green Card (1990), dir. Peter Weir
    37. Secrets & Lies (1996), dir. Mike Leigh
    38. Topsy-Turvy (1999), dir. Mike Leigh
    39. Hackers (1995), dir. Iain Softley
    40. Titus (1999), dir. Julie Taymor
    41. Tin Cup (1996), dir. Ron Shelton
    42. But I'm a Cheerleader (1999), dir. Jamie Babbit
    43. Toy Soldiers (1991), dir. Daniel Petrie Jr.
    44. Sleepers (1996), dir. Barry Levinson
    45. All About My Mother (1999), dir. Pedro Almodóvar
    46. Safe (1995). dir. Todd Haynes
    47. Hot Shots! (1991), dir. Jim Abrahams
    48. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993), dir. Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski
    49. Slacker (1990), dir. Richard Linklater
    50. Little Giants (1994), dir. Duwayne Dunham
    51. Radio Flyer (1992), dir. Richard Donner
    52. Sneakers (1992), dir. Phil Alden Robinson
    53. Sphere (1998), dir. Barry Levinson
    54. The Prince of Tides (1991), dir. Barbra Streisand
    55. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), dir. Gil Junger
    56. Grosse Pointe Blank (1997), dir. George Armitage
    57. Ghost in the Shell (1995), dir. Mamoru Oshii
    58. Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993), dir. Steven Zaillian
    59. The Man in the Moon (1991), dir. Robert Mulligan
    60. Bowfinger (1999), dir. Frank Oz
    61. Encino Man (1992), dir. Les Mayfield
    62. Ma vie en rose (1997), dir. Alain Berliner
    63. Thunderheart (1992), dir. Michael Apted
    64. City Slickers (1991), dir. Ron Underwood
    65. Kiss the Girls (1997), dir. Gary Fleder
    66. Like Water for Chocolate (1992), dir. Alfonso Arau
    67. Little Big League (1994), dir. Andrew Scheinman
    68. Payback (1999), dir. Brian Helgeland
    69. BASEketball (1998), dir. David Zucker

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    Nomination #1
    Edward Scissorhands
    1990
    Dir: Tim Burton

    Trailer

    Do we need to include the year and director, or anything else?
    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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    NOMINATION #1

    "Hasta la vista, baby!"

    Film: Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    Director: James Cameron
    Year: 1991
    Plot spoiler with scene: No


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    Do we need to include the year and director, or anything else?
    Year of release and director would be nice but not essential. A trailer or a scene from the film would be more helpful, especially for lesser-known films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    NOMINATION #1

    "Hasta la vista, baby!"

    Film: Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    Director: James Cameron
    Year: 1991
    Plot spoiler with scene: No


    Classic Scene:


    Movie Trailer:
    HARD SECOND
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    And I HARD SECOND The Matrix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    Nomination #1
    Edward Scissorhands
    1990
    Dir: Tim Burton

    Do we need to include the year and director, or anything else?
    Seconded!

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    Jurassic Park
    1993
    Steven Spielberg
    With one chance to go back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharki69 View Post
    Pulp fiction
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    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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    Bound (1996)
    The Wachowskis

    Watch trailer:

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    NOMINATION #2

    "As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster."

    Film: GoodFellas
    Director: Martin Scorsese
    Year: 1990
    Plot spoiler in scene: No

    Classic Scene:


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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    NOMINATION #2

    "As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster."

    Film: GoodFellas
    Director: Martin Scorsese
    Year: 1990
    Plot spoiler in scene: No
    Second.

    Great choice. Legend has it that so much of the "classic" scene is improvised.
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    Nomination #1

    Film: Silence of the Lambs
    Director: Jonathan Demme
    Year: 1991

    Pulled in all the major Academy Awards, including the Best Actor Award for just over 16 minutes of screen time - crazy.

    Classic scene:
    Spoiler:


    Trailer:
    Spoiler:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorZaius View Post
    Nomination #1

    Film: Silence of the Lambs
    Director: Jonathan Demme
    Year: 1991

    Pulled in all the major Academy Awards, including the Best Actor Award for just over 16 minutes of screen time - crazy.
    SECONDED!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    Jurassic Park
    1993
    Steven Spielberg
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    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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    Nomination #2

    Scream
    1996
    Dir: Wes Craven

    Trailer
    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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    Pleasantville (1998)
    Gary Ross

    Watch trailer:

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    NOMINATION #3

    "I guess it comes down to a simple choice, really. Get busy living or get busy dying."

    Film: The Shawshank Redemption
    Director: Frank Darabont
    Year: 1994
    Plot spoiler in classic scene: No

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    A HARD SECOND on Pleasantville!
    The Winner Takes It All,
    The Loser Better Call Saul.


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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    NOMINATION #3

    "I guess it comes down to a simple choice, really. Get busy living or get busy dying."

    Film: The Shawshank Redemption
    Director: Frank Darabont
    Year: 1994
    Plot spoiler in classic scene: No
    SECOND
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    ANY S/L #459

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    my first nomination Saving private Ryan 1998 Steven Spielberg

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