Best Movies Of The 90s
From 1990 to 1999 we have created the ultimate guide to the best movies of the 1990s – showcasing the ‘Top 10’ movies from each year.
The 90s was definitely a golden age for Hollywood Blockbusters and produced some of the biggest blockbuster films of all time, from Jurassic Park to Titanic to The Terminator 2.
Top 100 Movies Of The 90s
The ultimate guide to the best movies of the 90s. Browse the top 10 movies from each year of the 1990s below to relive the greatest flicks and best of all where to stream each movie. Time for a 90s movie marathon.
Goodfellas, Pretty Woman and Home Alone – it’s fair to say that 1990 was a year of cinematic gold to kick off the 90s. It’s hard to believe that some of these movies are now over 30 years old, we even had to dig out the old school Casio calculator to double-check the math. Without further ado, here are the best movies of 1990. Goodfellas…
If 1991 was candy, it would certainly be a pick ‘n’ mix, with such a wide choice of films to choose from. From the futuristic thriller of Terminator 2 to the gentleness of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the romance of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and the stomach-churning scenes of The Silence of the Lambs. — 1991 definitely had some big cinematic hits that…
If you can remember Guns N’ Roses, Boyz II Men and Ugly Kid Joe, then you might just be old enough to remember the top 10 movies of 1992 that defined the golden age of cinema that was the 90s. It was a good year for quotable movie lines, sing-along soundtracks and chilling thrillers, so without further ado, let’s have it! Aladdin Universally loved, Disney…
It was the year of blockbusters, classic comedies and moral dilemmas… and that’s just the silver screen! In the year that was 1993 we witnessed some of the best movies of the 90s, and it’s not hard to see why with our top 10 movies from 1993 list. Schindler’s List Not just one of the best films of 1993, Schindler’s List is one of the…
When it comes to the best movies of the 90s, 1994 definitely takes the cake with no less than three entries featuring in IMDb’s top 15 movies of all time. Not to mention one film which takes the glory as the highest-rated film on IMDb — so it’s safe to say it was a big year. If you want to understand the zeitgeist of this…
We might not have known it then, but 1995 was a great year for gangster and animation movies, although never the twain shall meet. With Toy Story dropping like a stuffed toy from a claw crane as one of the best movies from the 90s, and Kevin Spacey, Robert De Niro and Robin Williams gracing us with their on-screen prowess, there’s much movie greatness to…
Natural disaster movies, chemical warfare, alien invasion and kidnapping — at first glimpse the best movies of 1996 were quite intense storylines. Throw is a Nutty Professor and we got two of Tom Cruise’s all-time greatest movies — 1996 was one hell of a year for blockbuster hits. Also don’t forget 1996 was the year everyone was scared to answer their landlines at night with…
1997 films gave us lots to talk about. From the epic story of the Titanic to the achingly cool Jackie Brown, and the brilliance of Good Will Hunting, there’s something for everyone in this well-rounded year of movies — but here are the best of the best movies to watch for 1997. Good Will Hunting Matt Damon may be the on-screen equivalent of J-Lo to…
What were you doing back in 1998? Perhaps you were building a nuclear bunker if the movies of 1998 are anything to go by. In 1998 the best movies to watch included end-of-the-world action in Armageddon to the doomsday-mongering of Deep Impact, we’re just grateful we had a touch of Jackie Chan in Rush Hour and Robin Williams in Patch Adams to lighten things up…
Horror and humour graced our screens in hefty doses in 1999. While the world was waiting for a new century to unfold, we were left wondering what happens next to Andy in Toy Story, and if Keanu would one day reprise his role as Neo in the epic Matrix… oh, if only we knew then. Travel back in time with us with the best movies…
10 Highest-Grossing Movies of the 90s
|Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace
|The Lion King
|The Sixth Sense
|Men in Black
|Toy Story 2
A golden era of cinema that gave us a spectacular lineup of box office hits. The 90s presented us with a silver screen smorgasbord that spanned the gamut from the epic romance of “Titanic,” which sailed its way to an astonishing $2.18 billion, to the nail-biting prehistoric thrills of “Jurassic Park,” raking in over $1 billion.