1995 as a whole was a wonderful year for cinema. It had to be one of the most versatile years ever, with greats proving their mettle while relatively younger directors rising to give some of the best Hollywood movies ever. The Oscars the following year was one of the most debatable ever as it polarised the critics and viewers alike who felt the deemed missed out their deserved. Enough said, let’s dive inside into the list of top movies of 1995.
Crumb is a non-fictional documentary based on the life of an underground cartoonist Robert Crumb. Although most of the biographical documentaries are believed to be preaching and boring, this documentary redefined documentaries as a genre and not as a type of cinema. Although it was widely acclaimed for its honest and daring portrayal of its lead it is still a mystery as to how the best documentary of the decade missed out on being nominated for the Academy Award for the best Documentary feature category.
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14. Toy Story
The movie with zero haters, this 81 minute gem is rated 100% fresh at rotten tomatoes. Toy Story was not only innovative but set a benchmark for all animated films to follow. It rewrote trends and most importantly entertained adults and children alike. I don’t remember any other animation feature claiming this feat.