More than 1,100 movie fans have come together to cast their votes for the best of 1991. From classic dramas to blockbuster action adventures, this list offers up a comprehensive ranking of the year's greatest films. It's no surprise that many of these beloved movies remain popular with viewers today, as they capture some truly timeless elements in cinema.
One such film is the Academy Award-winning Silence Of The Lambs, which features a deviously twisted serial killer and an intrepid FBI agent hot on his trail. With one foot planted firmly in horror and another in the psychological thriller genre, this masterpiece continues to resonate with audiences decades after its release.
The Academy also recognized director Ridley Scott for his work on Thelma & Louise, a female buddy road trip movie that still packs an emotional punch today. This iconic adventure story follows two women who embark on a thrilling journey across America while facing off against male oppressors along the way.
For comedy fans, there was City Slickers, starring Billy Crystal as Mitch Robbins - an overworked everyman trying to find meaning amidst adult responsibilities and family pressures. And who can forget Robin Williams' performance in Hook? A whimsical reimagining of Peter Pan told through mature eyes, Hook is full of heartwarming moments that make it just as enjoyable now as it was 30 years ago/ Check out the list below and vote up your favorite movies from 1991.