While in the decades before, the amount of movies which used the nonlinear narrative method in them were around ten, in the second half of the 1990’s there were about 10 each year. This was probably the outcome of the success of few nonlinear movies in the first half of the 90’s such as “reservoir dogs”, “forrest gump”,” pulp fiction”, “natural born killers” and the “usual suspects”, which all won prizes and were successful in the box offices as well.
The second half of the 90s introduced us to few other known films in which the same method was used in them such as “the english patient, “magnolia” and “titanic”.
Coming into the 21 century the nonlinear narration became a very frequent method, in movies as well as on television. Between 2000 and 2009, a lot of very well known and memorable movies came out such as “memento”, “city of god”, “vanilla sky”, “kill bill” and many more others.
Since 2010 there has been a decline in the usage of the nonlinear narration method in movies but a significant increase in the television content. Between 2000 and 2009 there were about 12 different tv series aired in HBO, ABC, BBC and NETFLIX while between 2010 and 2017 more than 60.
It seems that just like most of the film industry is moving to the smaller screen the nonlinear method is as well.