It seems incredible but three decades have passed since we attended the premiere of Jurassic Park! To this day we have witnessed the creation of a new trilogy and a derivative animated series. The universe devised by Spielby has only expanded, but the dinomania broke out around then, with the adaptation of Michael Crichton’s highly recommended 1990 novel.
But 1993 was also the year of other great titles that we review with you this week. oh30 years it’s no big deal!
Despite the fact that the good old Spielberg left the Oscar gala empty where his semi-autographic film The Fabelmans paid homage to his beginnings in the cinema, it is indeed the 30th anniversary of the premiere of Schindler’s List, another very personal work with which he won seven statuettes and one of the great masterpieces of cinema of all time. Another adaptation, by the way!
what other great movies were released in 1993? Many! From more or less commercial titles like Groundhog Day to authentic gems that are already classics like the stop-motion landmark of The Nightmare Before Christmas.
In Spain, the first film by Guillermo del Toro was also released in 1993, Chronos, a movie with some of his favorite actors like Federico Luppi or Ron Perlman that would mark the beginning of a wonderful career. This same year, the Mexican creator has managed to set a new milestone by winning the Oscar for best animated film, in addition to best film and director.
In short, whether in the plane of the popcorn cinema or the most brainy, 1993 was a magnificent year to remember and that is why we have dedicated our HobbyCine of the week to it. Pure nostalgia that can make us think about the impasse we live in today and the tensions that continue to exist between the different ways of conceiving cinema.
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