What year had the best movies? That is what The Scorecard Review is trying to find out. To decide what year has the best movies, we’re starting with 2010 and working backwards 32 years. Why 32? Because then we can put it in a bracket just like the NCAA Final Four. For each year, TSR has listed seven notable films. The key word is notable. Well, actually films would be the key word, but you get my point. Yes, you should consider any and all movies from a given year. I just gave you a reference to some of the key movies in a given year. Why seven? Well, we do TOP 7 lists, so that’s why we’ve helped you out with seven suggestions from that year.
Now, I don’t want to tell you how you should vote, but here’s how you should vote … Don’t do this — Well, Star Wars is my favorite film, so 1977 wins every time. Consider the entire year of films and how it ranks. The latest year goes against the earliest year, the second latest year against the second earliest, and so on and so forth.
The semifinals are over. Now, only 2 movie years remain. It's 1994 vs 1980. Vincent Vega and Andy Dufresne vs Jake LaMotta and Joliet Jake Blues. Kevin Smith and Robert Zemeckis vs Stanley Kubrick and Irvin Kershner. It's going to be a battle. Who will win?
1994 Clerks – Pulp Fiction – Four Weddings and a Funeral – The Lion King – Speed – The Shawshank Redemption – Forrest Gump vs 1980 Raging Bull – The Empire Strikes Back – Airplane! – The Shining – The Blues Brothers – Caddyshack – Ordinary People