93. Forrest Gump (1994)
directed by Robert Zemeckis
With Vietnam, Watergate, and the AIDS epidemic, America lost what was left of its ideals. Director Robert Zemeckis and actor Tom Hanks managed to create a character that lived through some of the most turbulent times this country has ever seen and come out with his priorities not only intact, but affirmed. Forrest Gump is a film that shows us the benefit of a simple, uncynical outlook on life.