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The Best Films of 1998

Written by Christopher Beaubien • April 18, 2008 • Start the Discussion!

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A Simple Plan (dir. Sam Raimi)
Dark City (dir. Alex Proyas)
Love and Death on Long Island (dir. Richard Kwietniowski)
The Truman Show (dir. Peter Weir)
Pleasantville (dir. Gary Ross)
Babe: Pig in the City (dir. George Miller)
Affliction (dir. Paul Schrader)
Rushmore (dir. Wes Anderson)
Happiness (dir. Todd Solondz)
Gods and Monsters (dir. Bill Condon)
Hilary and Jackie (dir. Anand Tucker)
Antz (dir. Eric Darnell and Tim Johnson)
The Red Violin (dir. (dir. François Girard)
Dangerous Beauty (dir. Marshall Herskovitz)
The Prince of Egypt (dir. Brenda Chapman and Steve Hickner)
Life is Beautiful (dir. Roberto Begnini)
Pi (dir. Darren Aronofsky)
Claire Dolan (dir. Lodge Kerrigan)
Your Friends And Neighbors (dir. Neil LaBute)
The Last Days of Disco (dir. Whit Stillman)
The Spanish Prisoner (dir. David Mamet)
Nil by Mouth (dir. Gary Oldman)
Shakespeare in Love (dir. John Madden)
The Thin Red Line (dir. Terrance Malick)
The Big Lebowski (dir. Joel Coen)
Beloved (dir. Jonathan Demme)
Great Expectations (dir. Alfonso Cuarón)
Bulworth (dir. Warren Beatty)
Living Out Loud (dir. Richard LaGravenese)
Out of Sight (dir. Steven Soderbergh)
There’s Something About Mary (dir. Bobby and Peter Farrelly)
Saving Private Ryan (dir. Steven Spielberg)
The Negotiator (dir. F. Gary Gray)
He Got Game (dir. Spike Lee)
Last Night (dir. Don McKellar)
High Art (dir. Lisa Cholodenko)
Simon Birch (dir. Mark Steven Johnson)
Primary Colors (dir. Mike Nichols)
Perfect Blue (dir. Satoshi Kon)
American History X (dir. Tony Kaye)
Run Lola Run (dir. Tom Tykwer)
The Celebration (dir. Thomas Vinterberg)
What Dreams May Come (dir. Vincent Ward)
The Mask of Zorro (dir. Martin Campbell)
Little Voice (dir. Mark Herman)
Insomnia (dir. Erik Skjoldbjaerg)
Small Soldiers (dir. Joe Dante)
The Opposite of Sex (dir. Don Roos)
Madeline (dir. Daisy von Scherler Mayer)

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