Schindler’s List (1993)

A terrible event that was portrayed for what it was. Oskar Schindler breaking down at the end was a hit-or-miss affair, which I didn’t like since it could have ended more solemnly and with less risk of sullying the already magnificent story. In all honesty though, the star was definitely Amon Goeth, a terrifying villain who was chilling each time he appeared.


Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)

Suspenseful up until the last moment, flawless and well-paced character development (of course the movie is character-driven, but with a lot of characters, it was expected to be difficult to introduce and get to know everyone properly — this movie did it masterfully though), and a shocking plot twist. Another note, the famous “always be closing” speech was as epic in the movie as it was on its own.