The 1990s. A time of relative peace and prosperity in the world, after the Cold War but before 9/11. A time of grunge, rave, Britpop, East Coast vs. West Coast and Britney vs. Christina. A time of “Frasier,” “The X-Files” and “Buffy The Vampire Slayer.” A time of dungarees, plaid, garish color, crop tops, and asking your hairdresser for The Rachel.

And cinematically speaking, as we’ve been showcasing in the last few weeks, a very fruitful time indeed. It saw all kinds of great international filmmakers emerge or make their masterpieces, it saw the independent American film movement in its most exciting time in its history thanks to the explosion of the Sundance Film Festival and Miramax (among other factors), it saw the blockbuster reach new financial (if not critical) heights with “Titanic,” “Jurassic Park” and “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace,” it saw Paul Rudd look exactly the same as he does now, and it saw the release of Pauly Shore’s “Bio-Dome.”

We spent the last few weeks of March going over, year by year, the 10 greatest movies of every year of the 1990s to mark the recent surge of ’90s revivals and reboots, and now, for your convenience, we’ve collected links to the whole series below to make it as easy as possible for you to look through the pieces. Find the links below, and let us know your absolute favorites of the 1990s in the comments.

The 10 Best Films Of 1990

The 10 Best Films Of 1991

The 10 Best Films Of 1992

The 10 Best Films Of 1993

The 10 Best Films Of 1994

The 10 Best Films Of 1995

The 10 Best Films Of 1996

The 10 Best Films Of 1997

The 10 Best Films Of 1998

The 10 Best Films Of  1999

And for more nostalgia, you can look through our Best Of The 2000s series here: 20002001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 20072008 and 2009.

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    1. A Tale of Winter (dir. Eric Rohmer)
    2. The White Balloon (dir. Jafar Panahi)
    3. Pecker (dir. John Waters)
    4. Metropolitan (dir. Whit Stillman)
    5. Little Odessa (dir. James Gray)
    6. Only Yesterday (dir. Isao Takahata)
    7. Julien Donkey-Boy (dir. Harmony Korine)
    8. Embracing (dir. Naomi Kawase)
    9. Everyone Says I Love You (dir. Woody Allen)
    10. Sue (dir. Amos Kollek)

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    1990 Pump Up The Volume
    1991 My Own Private idaho
    1992 Sneakers
    1993 Naked
    1994 Ed Wood Nobody’s Fool (Tie)
    1995 Nixon
    1996 Sling Blade
    1997 Ulee’s Gold
    1998 Affliction
    1999 Eyes Wide Shut