Nightman’s Top Ten Films Of 1996

Greetings, Glancers! We continue my new series of posts which will detail my favourite films of every year since 1950. Why 1950? Why 10? Why anything? Check out my original post here. As with most of these lists the numbering doesn’t really matter much, though in most cases the Number 1 will be my clear favourite. As I know there are plenty of Stats Nerds out there, I’ll add in some bonus crap at the bottom but the main purpose of these posts is to keep things short. So!

Narrowly missed out: Beautiful Girls. Bound. Sleepers. Fargo. Hamlet. Kingpin. The Rock. Romeo + Juliet.

10: Crash (UK/Canada) David Cronenberg

9: Fly Away Home (Canada/US/NZ) Carroll Ballard

8: Trainspotting (UK) Danny Boyle

7: Breaking The Waves (Denmark) Lars Von Trier

6: The Long Kiss Goodnight (US) Renny Harlin

5: The Craft (US) Andrew Fleming

4: Beavis And Butthead Do America (US) Mike Judge

3: Broken Arrow (US) John Woo

2: From Dusk Till Dawn (US) Robert Rodriguez

1: Scream (US) Wes Craven

How Many Of My Films Were In The Top 10 Grossing Of The Year: Zero

How Many Of My Films Were Nominated For the Best Picture Oscar: Zero

2 thoughts on “Nightman’s Top Ten Films Of 1996

  1. John Charet October 19, 2018 / 3:10 am

    Great post 🙂 I would have ranked David Cronenberg’s Crash much higher, but still an interesting list. Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

    • carlosnightman October 19, 2018 / 2:59 pm

      I do love Crash, though obviously it’s not for everyone. Or even most people 🙂

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