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Hey, folks! I'm back with another "(Insert year) movies," thread. I can tell you're thrilled lol.

What are some memorable films from '91?

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Vaporman87
These were huge that year...







My personal favorite that year was T2. I was just blown away by it that year. Then came Jurassic Park in '93 and that went even further.
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Mr Magic
Another huge one from '91.


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JFK was a great film. It really opened the door for more discussion on the obviously foolish belief that Oswald was a lone shooter. I don't even believe he killed JFK. It was someone on the grassy knoll. Who... we'll probably never know. But I have a feeling that elements of the CIA were involved.

As for TMNT II, that was a royal disappointment. I never understood why Rocksteady and Bebop weren't used instead of the goofy mutations that showed up in their place. Also, Vanilla Ice... 'nuff said.
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Mr Magic
The Secret of the Ooze was a decent follow-up to the first movie. We got to see a revival of Shredder. But why Rocksteady and Bebop wasn't in it, I don't know.

JFK was pretty fascinating, from what I saw.

Best Western I've ever seen!


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This was modestly successful for the Star Trek film series, doing pretty well at the box office and getting some Oscar nods and other awards. Not my favorite of the series, but not bad overall.
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Originally, the studio wanted Bebop and Rocksteady, from the cartoon, to appear. However, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird were not in favor of it, so Rahzar and Tokka were created.[7]
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Originally, the studio wanted Bebop and Rocksteady, from the cartoon, to appear. However, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird were not in favor of it, so Rahzar and Tokka were created.[7]
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A lot of good that decision did for the film's success. As with most George Lucas moves, I disagree with the property's creative forces in a decision about their own creations.

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