I think we can all agree that there are a lot of great movies out there that came out back in the day. Now, I can't tell you when exactly 'back in the day' is referring to, because no one can agree on which year is the best.
People have been having a Twitter battle over the last few days, trying to pick which year specifically has the best track record for movies. It all started when someone asked a simple question, "What do you think is the greatest year in film history, and what are your favorite movies from that year?"
What do you think is the greatest year in film history, and what are your favorite movies from that year?— Collin Murr (@CollinMurr) August 20, 2018
Boy, do people ever have some good suggestions though. When you think of all of your favorite movies, it's not often that you know exactly what year they came out in. But when you see all of these collections all combined, every single one of them feels like a good option.
Let's take a look at the suggestions and see which one you agree with most!
1994 was one of the most popular suggestions
For me it was 1994: With movies such as Pulp Fiction, The Lion King, The Shawshank Redemption, Forrest Gump, The Mask, Clerks, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Interview with a Vampire, Speed, True Lies.—
Those are just the ones I remember off the top of my head. https://t.co/IZ1VRQVfue