Which Director Made Your Favorite Filmography From the 1990s?


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SAW is (finally) kicking off 90’s month this week. We all have a favorite director who has made some of our favorite movies over the years. Considering we’re choosing from a single decade, our options are narrowed down a slight bit.

So, the question I ask today is: Which director made your favorite filmography from the 1990’s?

I’m going to have to go with Kevin Smith. The first film of his that I saw was Dogma and it was only a matter of time before I hunted down everything else that he had made at the time. I owned all of his movies at one point in time, even Jersey Girl. Maybe some his stuff haven’t aged all that well but they are still fun to revisit every once in a while.

So what about you, screenagers? Which director made your favorite filmography from the 1990’s?

I’ll see you in the trenches.