If you thought that it was a no-brainer of narrowing down the BEST movies from the 90’s then you were wrong. Our list went up to over 20+ films that kids born in the 80’s would remember and gladly re-watch them over and over again because these are cult classics and also had a sense of revelation in our time.
Did you that the there was a lot of greatness in the movies that released in the 90’s and even though there was gaping holes in the movies, yet we couldn’t resist sharing all the fun we had while reminiscing and sorting down a list for you, which we are sure you’d absolutely LOVE. So here’s our (repeat) watch list from the 90’s!
Forest Gump taught us about life and its true meaning and so much about hope and how we need to hold on to what’s important. And was a powerful tear jerker by Tom Hanks!
THE LION KING
We’ve been in love with Simba and Zazu and Rafiki and Pumba and Timon sine 1994 and CANNOT wait for the animated version of this children’s classic in 2019.
Cher did a pretty awesome job at setting people up and transforming their lives. And if see the movie now, you’d realize that its a clever adaptation that befittingly falls in today’s time. “As if…”
THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
Probably the most heart-wrenching and satisfying movie with Meryl Street and Clint Eastwood. Every dialogue spoken and every feeling expressed in The Bridges of Madison County is sweet, slow and makes you wish of a kind of that “…that comes once in a lifetime”…
An eye opener for the kids in that era, so absolutely humiliating and anticipating about a few friends and their approach towards adulthood. We remember how we wanted to have this pie again once it was gone!
Rose and Jack are forever engraved in our hearts!
THE SIXTH SENSE
This psychological thriller kept us hooked till the end and we still remember what a shocker it was. The feelings kept sinking in even in the end.
“I love you. You… you complete me. And I just..”
“You had me at hello”! – Time and again, we can watch Tom Hanks sweep us off our feet as Jerry, a energetic and crazy sports agent and we were bowled.
Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore tugged on the strings of her hearts in Ghost. It was love lost, but it was the kind of love that remained from the beyond as well.
“I don’t wanna miss a thing” by Aerosmith – playing in the background as we relive our crush on Ben Affleck!