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Unforgiven (1992)
Director: Clint Eastwood
Clint had been messing with the Western myth since he first chewed a cigar for Sergio Leone, but here he exploded it, his moody, complex masterpiece dealing unblinkingly with the frontier’s ugliest, most violent side. Read Review
True Romance (1993)
Director: Tony Scott
Working from Quentin Tarantino’s script and surrounding himself with the cream of Hollywood’s hip elite, Scott’s eye for visual tomfoolery has never had a better fit than with this delirious crime/love story. Read Review
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Director: Steven Spielberg
From the shockingly visceral Normandy Landings opening to the final devastating battle in a destroyed French village, Spielberg’s epic redefined how cinema should interpret the battlefields of history. Read Review

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