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#10 - The Crying Game
Directed by: Neil Jordan
Though the second half doesn't quite live up to the promise laid in place by the first half, The Crying Game is still a one-of-a-kind drama with some great moments, and a shocking twist.
#9 - Malcolm X
Directed by: Spike Lee
Featuring Denzel Washington's strongest performance, Malcolm X is a stylistic bio, that manages to succeed despite it's overlong runtime.
#8 - My Cousin Vinny
Directed by: Jonathan Lynn
Joe Pesci, in one of his most entertaining performances, is supported well by a great cast of characters in this hilarious, culture-shock courtroom comedy.
#7 - The Player
Directed by: Robert Altman
Another in a long line of enjoyable Altman ensemble pieces, The Player features a strong cast, great writing, and hilarious insight in Hollywood corruption.
#6 - Unforgiven
Directed by: Clint Eastwood
Featuring some of the best performances of Eastwood, Hackman, and Freeman's careers, Unforgiven feels like a sequel to some of Eastwood's older westerns.
#5 - The Last Of The Mohicans
Directed by: Michael Mann
Though Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an uncharacteristically dull performance, Michael Mann's adaptation of The Last Of The Mohicans is a sweeping epic with beautiful music and wonderful cinematography.
#4 - Scent Of A Woman
Directed by: Martin Brest
This enjoyable, endearing drama features one of Pacino's strongest performances. Not entirely drama, Scent Of A Woman manages to go from comic to tragic without skipping a beat.
#3 - Reservoir Dogs
Directed by: Quentin Tarantino
Taratino's directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs is an intense, bloody crime drama with a great script and perfect casting. Wonderfully sets the tone for Tarantino's career.
#2 - A Few Good Men
Directed by: Rob Reiner
One of the best courtroom dramas ever made, A Few Good Men has an awesome script (supplied by Aaron Sorkin) and great performances from Cruise and a very small, powerful role by Nicholson.
#1 - Glengarry Glen Ross
Directed by: James Foley
It's almost impossible to find a better principal cast in a movie, and unlike other movies with this kind of acting strength, Glengarry Glen Ross doesn't squander it. Great performances and an impeccable script. Hard to beat.