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1- Piège de Cristal (John McTiernan)

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2- À bout de course (Sidney Lumet)

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Roger Ebert 23.09.1988

Lumet is one of the best directors at work today, and his skill here is in the way he takes a melodramatic plot and makes it real by making it specific. All of the supporting characters are convincing, especially Plimpton and her father (Ed Crowley). There is a chilling walk-on by L.M. Kit Carson as a radical friend from the old days. And there are great performances in the central roles. Phoenix essentially carries the story; it’s about him. Lahti and Hill have that shattering scene together. And Lahti and Hirsch, huddled together in bed, fearfully realizing that they may have come to a crossroads, are touching; we see how they’ve depended on each other. This is one of the best films of the year.

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3- Another Woman (Woody Allen)

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Roger Ebert 18.11.1988

Film is the most voyeuristic medium, but rarely have I experienced this fact more sharply than while watchingWoody Allen’s “Another Woman.” This is a film almost entirely composed of moments that should be private. At times privacy is violated by characters in the film. At other times, we invade the privacy of the characters. And the central character is our accomplice, standing beside us, speaking in our ear, telling us of the painful process she is going through.

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4- They live (John Carpenter)

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5- Cocktail (Roger Donaldson)

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6- Jeu d’enfant (Tom Holland)

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Roger Ebert 09.11.1988

What is it about dolls that makes them seem so sinister? Why is it that kids in the movies always seem to share some evil secret with their dolls? And why is it that when you see a doll on a shelf, its eyes seem to move by themselves? I think that when we were kids, we all secretly believed that our dolls were up to something while we were asleep. And the movies can exploit that fear, because most of us are not aware that we carry that secret around as part of the subconscious trauma that makes life so interesting.

« Child’s Play » is a cheerfully energetic horror film of the slam-bang school.

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7- Rain Man (Barry Levinson)

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8- Akira (Katsuhiro Otomo)

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9- Mississipi Burning (Alan Parker)

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Roger Ebert 09.12.1988

“Mississippi Burning” is the best American film of 1988 and a likely candidate for the Academy Award as the year’s best picture.

Apart from its pure entertainment value – this is the best American crime movie in years – it is an important statement about a time and a condition that should not be forgotten. The Academy loves to honor prestigious movies in which long-ago crimes are rectified in far-away places. Here is a nominee with the ink still wet on its pages.

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10- La dernière tentation du Christophe (Martin Scorsese)

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11- Les aventures du baron de Munchausen (Terry Gilliam)

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12 – Big (Penny Marshall)

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13- The Vanishing (George Sluizer)

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14 – Maniac Cop (William Lustig)

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Top 10 National Board of Review

Mississippi Burning
Dangerous Liaisons  (Stephen Frears)
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The Accused (Jonathan Kaplan)
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The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman)
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The Last Temptation of Christ
Tucker: The Man and His Dream (Francis Ford Coppola)
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Big
Running on Empty
Gorillas in the Mist
Midnight Run (Martin Brest)
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Oscars majeurs

Meilleur film: Rain Man
Meilleur réalisateur: Barry Levinson
Meilleur acteur: Dustin Hoffman
Meilleure actrice: Jodie Foster (The accused)

Palme d’or

Pelle le conquérant (Bill August)

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Lion d’or

La légende du saint buveur (Ermanno Olmi)

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Ours d’or

Le Sorgho Rouge (Zhang Yimou)

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