"Paste" magazine has released a list of the 90 Best Movies of the '90s. And they gave "Pulp Fiction" the top spot. Here's the Top 10:

#1.) "Pulp Fiction", 1994

#2.) "Schindler's List", 1993

#3.) "Magnolia", 1999

#4.) "Three Colors Trilogy", 1993 - 1994 (These movies were directed by some Polish guy. Each one is based on one of the three political ideals in the motto of the French Republic: liberty, equality and fraternity. But you already knew that.)

#5.) "The Shawshank Redemption", 1994

#6.) "Fargo", 1996

#7.) "Goodfellas", 1990

#8.) "Hoop Dreams", 1994

#9.) "Rushmore", 1998

#10.) "The Apostle", 1997

This list is ridiculous to me, by the way. "Shawshank" should be #1 in a rout. Pulp Fiction was great, but for a niche audience. Not even in my top 10. What do you think the is missing from this list?