The 62 Best ’90s Movies | Most Iconic Movies From the ’90s

The ’90s were a pretty amazing decade for film. The rom-com was at its pinnacle (Pretty WomanYou’ve Got Mail), comedies were truly funny (Home AloneGroundhog Day), critical faves were also crowd-pleasers (TitanicForrest Gump), horror films were bone-chilling and realistic (The Silence of the LambsSe7en) and teen comedies were having a heyday (10 Things I Hate About YouClueless), making the years 1990 to 1999 a particularly good time to go to the movies if you were a teenager. Maybe it’s because going to the movies was still a thing in the ’90s? Also, raise your hand if you made a weekly run to the local Blockbuster to grab that week’s entertainment.

Luckily for you, most of these flicks can be watched now, in 2021, from the comfort of your couch via Netflix and other streaming services. We’ve scoured the archives and rounded up the best films with the most iconic characters—from Mrs. Doubtfire to Hannibal Lecter to Cher Horowitz—and we’ve listed them here for you. Or, if you’ve never seen these movies but are looking for a new decade of films to obsess over, these are the ones to binge immediately. The next lazy Saturday you have, why not take a stroll down memory lane with these iconic, nostalgic ’90s movies?

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‘Ghost’ (1990)

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Pottery class became sexy after this romantic thriller starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze. The pair plays a loved-up couple whose relationship is cut short when Sam (Swayze) is murdered. As his spirit wanders the Earth, he learns Molly (Moore) could have the same fate and must somehow warn her before it’s too late.

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