The Best and Worst Films of 1998

What a amazing year that brought us not one, but two of the best WII films that have been ever made. Also one of the kookiest and most hilarious comedies in "The Big Lebowski" and then one of the most creative Sci-Fi films to please nuts like me. But if you go even further, there were films that dept into waters much unknown for the time. With "The Truman Show" on the unknown dangers that big brother and reality TV could present, "Bulworth" with one best satirical looks on the political and media centric society of the U.S. and then also genre defining films like "Out of Sight" and "Ronin". That pack this year into a nice bundle of eternal happiness and unforgiving bliss.

the best films of 1998

  1. Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg

  2. The Thin Red Line by Terrence Mallick

  3. The Big Lebowski by Joel & Ethan Coen

  4. Dark City by Alex Proyas

  5. Elizabeth by Mira Nair

  6. The Truman Show by Peter Weir

  7. Out of Sight by Steven Soderbergh

  8. American History X by Tony Kaye

  9. Bulworth by Warren Beatty

  10. Ronin by John Frankenheimer

honorable mentions in alphabetical order:

the worst films of 1998

  1. Godzilla by Roland Emmerich

  2. Psycho by Gus Van Sant

  3. 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain by Sean McNamara

  4. Armageddon by Michael Bay

  5. Lost in Space by Stephen Hopkins

  6. Vampires by John Carpenter

  7. Jack Frost by Mark Steven Johnson

  8. The Avengers by Jeremiah S. Chechik

  9. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer by Danny Cannon

  10. Species II by Peter Medak