50 Movies We All Watched in the '90s and Have Forgotten About | 22 Words

As anybody who was around for the 1990s will know, it was a pretty good era.

Whether you grew up in them or you were just there to enjoy the good times, we're pretty certain that you'll remember that the '90s brought us some pretty amazing things and one of those things was the movies.

The '90s brought us some amazing movies, but many have sadly been forgotten about and pushed way back into the archives.

So we are here today to bring back some nostalgia and recap on fifty of the best movies that the '90s brought us, so keep scrolling to take a walk down memory lane...

It has been argued that the '90s were the best decade to grow up in...

And this is not just because of the killer fashion...

The '90s was the starting point of a lot of things in which we rely on today in 2019...

This includes technology, the internet, amazing fashion, and, most importantly... the movies.

The '90s movies are iconic...

But there are a lot of them that many of us have simply forgotten about, so we are here today to remind you all of some of the best '90s movies out there.

Who remembers While You Were Sleeping?

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Released in 1995, this classic romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman and follows the story of a Chicago Transit Authority token collector who is mistaken for the fiance of a coma patient. A little weird, but it is hopelessly romantic either way.

How about the delightfully hilarious What About Bob?

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This movie dates back to 1991 and tells the story of a successful psychotherapist, played by Richard Dreyfuss, who is being tracked down, and accompanied on his family vacation by his dependent patient, Bob, who is played by Bill Murray. The humor and intensity of this movie has made it a timeless comedy that can be re-watched over and over again.

Now, who could forget The Flintstones?

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For God knows what reason, The Flintstones isn't actually considered a classic '90s movie. Released in 1994, the movie is set in a parallel modern-day Stone Age world and follows the lives of the working-class Flintstones family, who go on to tell the tale of how money certainly doesn't buy happiness - a feel-good and lesson-learning classic.

The Rocketeer was released in 1991...

This superhero movie recreates 1930s Hollywood, complete with gangsters, Nazi spies, and the growth of the Age of Aviation. It's a rather unusual one that follows the story of a young pilot who stumbles upon a prototype jetpack that allows him to transform into a high-flying masked hero.

So I Married An Axe Murderer, the movie that is often forgotten...

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This bizarre romantic comedy follows the story of a San Fransisco poet, who is played by Mike Myers, who suspects that his new girlfriend, played by Nancy Travis, may have a knack for killing off her ex-lovers. Not a story you hear every day...

The 1999 thriller, Teaching Mrs. Tingle...

This quirky little number follows Leigh-Ann, who is played by Katie Holmes, who needs to be a valedictorian in order to get into Harvard. She will do anything to achieve this... even murdering her teacher, Mrs. Tingle - played by Helen Mirren - who is standing in her way.

Disney's The Rescuers Down Under...

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Who could possibly forget a good old fashioned '90s Disney movie? This particular cartoon tells the tale of a young boy who befriends 2 mice, a confused eagle, and a kangaroo rat who all together embark on a mission to protect each other from a murderous poacher.

For those brave enough to watch... The Witches...

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The Roald Dahl classic novel was created into a movie in 1990, and it's safe to say that it scared the life out of every single '90s kid out there. It tells the tale of a secret army of witches undercover in normal life who are all working together to wipe out every child on the planet. Now that's pretty scary for a 7-year-old...

The mysteries of The Secret Garden...

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This fantasy tale follows the life of young Mary Lennox, played by Kate Maberly, who grew up privileged in India, but was left orphaned after her parents died in an earthquake. She is sent to England and is forced to adapt to her new. isolated surroundings that include a secret garden...

The Iron Giant was released in 1999...

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Now this movie gives us all the feels. The Iron Giant is about a huge but gentle robot from outer space who befriends a 9-year-old boy. The government is trying to hunt the innocent robot down and it is up to his new friend to save him.

Reliving our youths with The Baby-Sitters Club...

Released in 1995, this movie follows 7 junior-high-school girls who organize a daycare camp for children, all while experiencing those classic adolescent growing pains that all of us women can totally relate to.

The fantasy epic, Sleepy Hollow...

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For anybody who wants to see Johnny Depp in his youth, this is the movie to turn to! Sleepy Hollow tells the tale of a cursed town and how a constable, who is played by Depp, goes to investigate the decapitations of 3 people who have been the victims of the legendary apparition, "The Headless Horseman." Not for the faint-hearted...

1994's Richie Rich...

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If you think that Macaulay Culkin is only famous for Home Alone, it's time to think again. He plays the role of a rich young boy who finds his family targeted in an inside job, and it is up to him to be cunning and save them from disaster.

The 1996 Phenomenon...

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So this is a bit of a bizarre one... This movie stars John Travolta (out of all people) who sees a bright light in the sky and finds out that he has superpowers and can move things with his mind. It's quite hard to take seriously, mind, but it's still a pretty good watch.

Standing the test of time is Now and Then...

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Starring Demi Moore and Christina Ricci, this 1995 classic follows the stories of 4 best friends who have been super busy growing up and getting on with their lives. However, they never forget that they are always there for one another and are about to have the best summer of their lives. Cheesy, but we love it.

Rookie of the Year was a sports classic...

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Released in 1993, this comedy-fantasy tells the story of a young boy who, after an accident, is left with an incredibly powerful pitching arm when playing baseball which ultimately leads to him being a major league pitcher for the Chicago Cubs.

Little Giants was released in 1994...

Another sporting classic, Little Giants follows the story of a group of misfits who form their own opposing team to an elite peewee football team that is coached by the elite team coach's brother. Scandalous.

Jawbreaker set the '90s fashion trends...

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Starring Rose McGowan, Jawbreaker was released in 1999 and told the story of 3 of the most popular girls in high-school who accidentally kill the prom queen with a jawbreaker when a kidnapping goes horribly wrong... all while still being super stylish.

The Indian in the Cupboard...

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Putting aside the rather problematic name, this movie was released in 1995 and, as the title suggests, tells the tale of a young boy who is gifted a wooden cupboard that contains a plastic model of an Indian that comes to life. Okay, then...

Now, everyone will remember Hook...

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Starring the beloved late Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman, Hook was released in 1991 and told the classic fairytale of an adult Peter Pan returning to Neverland to claim back his youth to save the children kidnapped by the notorious Captain Hook.

Another Disney production: White Fang...

Released in 1991, White Fang tells the beautiful story of animal-human bonding with a young man who rescues a wolf-dog. Perfect for all of the animal lovers out there!

Another animal classic that is Black Beauty...

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I think that every animal lover on the planet has seen this classic movie. Released in 1994, this is the story of a horse's circle of life and the people who own and command them - a truly heartwarming tale of the bond between animals and humans.

Fievel Goes West makes the cut...

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Released in 1991, this cartoon tells the tale of a family of Emigre mice who decide to move out to the west, totally unaware that they are falling into a trap set by a smooth-talking cat. A gripping but highly entertaining watch for the whole family...

George of the Jungle will always be a classic...

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Released in 1997, Brendan Fraser made his debut as George, a man who was raised in the jungle by apes. Just as the classic novel told, George goes on to fall in love with a wealthy American woman and the movie shows him attempting to learn basic human civilization in order to be with her.

Now, Honey, I Blew Up The Kid is timeless...

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Released in 1992, it was intended as a sequel to Honey, I Shrunk The Kids. Even though it didn't sell as well as the first movie, this version brought back the Szalinski family but, this time around, their toddler is caused to grow several feet tall after another disastrous experiment.

Crimson Tide was released in 1995...

This intense thriller follows the life of a young First Officer on a U.S. nuclear missile sub who stages a mutiny to prevent his trigger-happy Captain from launching missiles. Definitely worth a watch...

Why read the novel when you can actually watch Little Women...

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Okay, the novel is obviously amazing, but so is the 1994 movie adaptation. Sticking to the novel's roots, the movie follows the lives of the March sisters living in post-Civil War America.

Another John Travolta classic...

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Michael was released in 1996 and tells the story of a man who has huge angel wings and is living in hiding with an old woman. John Travolta with a mullet and fluffy white wings? Sure thing...

Homeward Bound is one for the heartstrings...

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Now, all animal-lovers will tear up thinking about this. Released in 1993, Homeward Bound followed the journey of 3 pets: a wise golden retriever, a playful boxer dog, and a sassy cat. They work together to try to find their way home when lost on the highway.

Every child out there wanted to be Harriet The Spy...

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This 1996 kid's classic had every child around the world wanting to buy a yellow raincoat and a magnifying glass...

The sci-fi classic, Gattaca...

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Probably every middle-school '90s kid was forced to watch this in science class... Released in 1997, this sci-fi hit stars Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke and it follows the life of a genetically inferior man who tries to pursue his life-long dream of time travel.

Everyone loved Meg Ryan in French Kiss...

Released in 1995, Meg Ryan stars as a frustrated young woman who flies out to France to confront her distant fiance, but she gets caught up into trouble when a charming crook seated next to her uses her for smuggling. Gripping.

The charming Fly Away Home...

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This is such a heartwarming father-daughter bonding classic. Released in 1996, the story follows a father and his daughter who attempt to lead a flock of orphaned Canada Geese south by air.

Another Robin Williams classic, Flubber...

Released in 1997 by Disney, Robin plays the character of an absent-minded professor who discovers "flubber," a green, jelly-like substance that comes to life and runs out of control. Like any Robin Williams film, it is a must-watch.

Another epic cartoon, FernGully...

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All the way back in 1992, saving the rainforest was discreetly promoted through this fantasy cartoon that shows a group of magical inhabitants trying to beat a polluting force from taking away their home.

Fear was released in 1996...

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This gripping thriller stars Mark Whalberg as an obsessive and dangerous man who controls the life of his new girlfriend. We still think he's pretty dreamy, though...

People never forget about Father of the Bride...

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Released in 1991, this is a timeless romantic comedy starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton. It's the simple story of a father feeling reluctant to let go of his daughter who is about to get married.

Dunston Checks In is a mishcievous classic...

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Released in 1996, this movie simply follows the tale of a naughty monkey who terrorizes a fancy hotel with his wild antics. It's a seriously entertaining watch...

We're really throwing it back with Drop Dead Fred...

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This movie is a little bit of a psychological comedy. Released in 1991, it follows the turbulent life of a young woman who finds herself rocked by her boisterous imaginary friend, Fred.

Dennis the Menace is a movie that nobody can forget...

Based on the classic comic, this 1993 adaptation of Dennis the Menace tells the story of Dennis who stays with his neighbors whilst his parents are out of town. The little menace drives everybody crazy, even the local thief who's in town to cause mayhem...

Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead is yet another '90s classic...

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Released in 1991, this light-hearted comedy tells the story of 5 siblings who are left alone over summer with their "evil babysitter" when one thing leads to another...

Who could forget Coneheads?

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Now this movie was just plain weird... Released in 1993, this movie is literally about a bunch of aliens with conical crania who crash-land on Earth.

Casper has been around for generations...

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Casper the Friendly Ghost? Who hasn't heard of Casper?! The movie came out in 1995 and told the tale of an extremely friendly and cute little ghost named Casper who tried to protect us mortals from the more nasty and sinister spirits and ghouls out there.

Saving America is The Brady Bunch Movie...

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Released in 1995, this movie follows from the Brady Bunch series, placing the '70s family into the 1990s, where they're even more out of place than ever.

Everybody from the '90s loved Beethoven...

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Well, anybody who loved dogs did! This 1992 lovable classic told the story of the slobbering, but ever so cute, St. Bernard whose family had to protect him from a dog-napping vet.

Arachnophobia is still just as creepy...

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Released in 1990, this chilling movie is all about a species of South American spider that hitches a lift to the States in a coffin and very quickly begin to breed and wipe out all humans. It's a no from me...

Even more chilling was Anaconda...

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This 1997 movie, which weirdly starred J-Lo, follows a National Geographic film crew who are taken hostage by a mentally deranged hunter who forces them to help him to complete his quest of capturing the world's largest and deadliest snake.

Air Bud was probably the most wholesome movie of the '90s...

Released in 1997, Air Bud is all about an ever so cute circus dog who escapes his imprisonment and joins the local school basketball team.

A Midsummer Night's Dream is yet another classic...

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This 1999 romantic comedy tells the tale of lovers' lives and how they are complicated by city law, feuding royalty, and love. Everyone needs to see this movie.

And last but not least...

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A Little Princess, which was released in 1995. This movie really tugs at the heartstrings as it tells the tale of a young girl who is relegated to servitude at a boarding school when her father goes missing and is presumed dead. Each and every single one of these movies is unique and wonderful in their own ways, so for your next movie binge, make it a 1990s one.