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What's the best movie from 1994?

Pulp Fiction 15 29.41%
 
The Lion King 12 23.53%
 
Forrest Gump 7 13.73%
 
Speed 3 5.88%
 
The Crow 1 1.96%
 
Dumb And Dumber 4 7.84%
 
Interview With a Vampire 0 0.00%
 
Leon: The Professional 2 3.92%
 
True Lies 1 1.96%
 
Other (please specify) 6 11.76%
 
Total:51

Makes me feel old, knowing that these movies are/were turning 25 years old this year, back when I was just a little guy running around with Thomas the Tank Engine and watching my brother play Donkey Kong Country.

We all know obvious answers, like The Lion King, The Crow or Forrest Gump, but out of all the great movies from 1994, which would you say are the best? :)

I have to give this to The Lion King, because of how masterfully it was done, and the ground it broke for animated movies in the years to come.



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Lion King and True Lies are the ones that stand out to me from 1994.



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Dumb and Dumber. A true masterpiece of the comedy genre.



Expressive. Emotive. Thoughtful.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
Dumb and Dumber. A true masterpiece of the comedy genre.



Expressive. Emotive. Thoughtful.

I regret having not seen it all the way through.



Wow. I've seen every movie in the poll. It's a legit strong list. Pulp Fiction is my answer. Where's Ace Ventura though? WHERE IS IT? The transphobic humor is top shelf. Gross oversight.



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COKTOE said:
Wow. I've seen every movie in the poll. It's a legit strong list. Pulp Fiction is my answer. Where's Ace Ventura though? WHERE IS IT? The transphobic humor is top shelf. Gross oversight.

See "Other".



CaptainExplosion said:
COKTOE said:
Wow. I've seen every movie in the poll. It's a legit strong list. Pulp Fiction is my answer. Where's Ace Ventura though? WHERE IS IT? The transphobic humor is top shelf. Gross oversight.

See "Other".

Other could be anything though. Like the 1994 XXX movie Black Street, which I still quote to this day. "Gotta have bathrooms at restaurants I tell ya." It's the best non-sequitur in all of movie history. You have to have seen it though, because without context it doesn't seem as awesome as it is.



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Leon: The Professional is a great film. But I gotta go with The Lion King. Very nostalgic for me.



Hiku said:
Leon: The Professional is a great film. But I gotta go with The Lion King. Very nostalgic for me.

Got to be honest though the romance scenes in Leon were very uncomfortable and awkward, even if I got the point of them. 



My vote went to Pulp Fiction but it was tough between that and  two other movies that would of fell under other.

Those being
Clerks one of my favorite comedies and The Shawshank Redemption which am very surprised you put in the other category.