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Rolling Stone

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 80%

Casino (1995)

"[A] Vegas masterpiece."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

2 43%

Blue in the Face (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

3 77%

Mighty Aphrodite (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

4 29%

Nick of Time (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

5 24%

White Man's Burden (1995)

"White Man's Burden spirals into tragedy but never into stirring drama. It stays stuck at the level of noble experiment."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

6 47%

The Doom Generation (1995)

"It's a savagely funny ride fueled by Araki's insight and blunt compassion."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

7 45%

Dead Presidents (1995)

"What emerges is an uneasy blend of didacticism and juiced-up bloodletting (the brothers don't know when to stop with the exploding squibs) that bury the film's message and its good intentions."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

8 87%

To Die For (1995)

"Although Van Sant makes wicked sport of television, he doesn't underestimate its power to blind us to its faults and bring us to our knees."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

9 63%

Strange Days (1995)

"Undeniably thrilling and troubling."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

10 87%

Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)

"The movie simmers with pungent suspense, humor and eroticism."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

11 53%

Kicking and Screaming (1995)

"First-time writer and director Noah Baumbach, 25, has a knack for acute observation and a spirited cast to animate every twisted nuance."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

12 63%

Home for the Holidays (1995)

"Foster keeps the party hopping, although more dark humor would have helped before she winds it down with sentiment and bromides."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

13 79%

Seven (Se7en) (1995)

"It's not the identity of the killer that gives Seven its kick -- it's the way Fincher raises mystery to the level of moral provocation."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

14 95%

Crumb (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

15 74%

Unstrung Heroes (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

16 43%

The Run of the Country (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

17 91%

The Brothers McMullen (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

18 42%

A Walk in the Clouds (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

19 67%

Clockers (1995)

"Clockers thunders home with the bruising urgency of a story that needs to be told."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

20 13%

Fair Game (1995)

"Crawford packs a phallic pistol and traipses through the rain in a transparent slip. Share the fantasy, babe."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

21 78%

Braveheart (1995)

"Though the film dawdles a bit with the shimmery, dappled love stuff involving Wallace with a Scottish peasant and a French princess, the action will pin you to your seat."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

22 35%

Beyond Rangoon (1995)

"Yet one more film -- that defines Third World political unrest through its effect on a white liberal."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

23 62%

Desperado (1995)

"Desperado is best when Rodriguez lets his playful side cut through the blare of a born filmmaker indulging his first chance at high-end Hollywood fireworks."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

24 68%

Jeffrey (1995)

"Rudnick, adapting his off-Broadway hit, deftly blends uproarious fun and touching gravity."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

25 49%

Kids (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

26 33%

Virtuosity (1995)

"Though Virtuosity connects all the dots to give audiences a roller-coaster ride, the movie begets nothing new: It's stillborn."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

27 88%

The Usual Suspects (1995)

"The Usual Suspects is the freshest, funniest and scariest crime thriller to come along since Pulp Fiction."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

28 79%

Unzipped (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

29 29%

Dangerous Minds (1995)

"Pfeiffer gives a funny, scrappy performance that makes you feel a committed teacher's fire to make a difference."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

30 56%

Pocahontas (1995)

"Disney deserves praise for raising the ante on its ambitions in animation. Next time, though, a little less civics lesson and a little more heart."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

31 47%

First Knight (1995)

"Whenever Zucker stops piling on battle scenes as if he were directing Braveheart, his film casts a romantic spell."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

32 81%

Clueless (1995)

"Silverstone is a winner. And so is the movie, which also functions as a lunatic update of Emma, the 1816 Jane Austen novel."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

33 95%

Apollo 13 (1995)

"It's easily Howard's best film."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

34 75%

Amateur (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

35 93%

Smoke (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

36 35%

Species (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

37 43%

Bad Boys (1995)

"It's all special-effects noise and nonsense."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

38 82%

Dolores Claiborne (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

39 41%

Batman Forever (1995)

"Batman Forever is in and out but wins in the end by staying true to its unbridled comic spirit."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

40 97%

Exotica (1994)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

41 93%

The Madness of King George (1994)

"The thrill of Hawthorne's astounding performance is not something you want to miss."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

42 72%

Rob Roy (1995)

"You always know where it's going even as it meanders for two and a half hours getting there."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

43 74%

Don Juan DeMarco (1994)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

44 46%

The Basketball Diaries (1995)

"You leave The Basketball Diaries believing that Leonardo DiCaprio can do anything."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

45 94%

Pulp Fiction (1994)

"There's a special kick that comes from watching something this thrillingly alive."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

46 33%

Jefferson in Paris (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

47 61%

Funny Bones (1995)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

48 77%

Party Girl (1995)

"What makes it delicious fun is Posey, a party girl for the ages."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

49 51%

Die Hard 3: With a Vengeance (1995)

"It's a tense, terrifically funny action dazzler with a wow level in special effects that will be hard to top."

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

50 67%

Love and Human Remains (1993)

Posted May 12, 2001

Peter Travers

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