Did you get all that the 90s had to offer? If not then you need to get nostalgic and start binge-watching the best TV shows and movies of that decade. So if you want to look back on the bad fashion, the hot celebrities, the music and more, here are 20 things you need to watch that has it all.
This is definitely one of the most quotable movies of this decade. Watch clueless Cher (Alicia Silverstone) play match maker to multiple people around her.
2. Pulp Fiction
Every Quentin Tarantino fan would say this is a must! This classic follows four storylines including two mob men, a boxer, the wife of a mob man, and a couple of bandits.
3. Jurassic Park
Even in a post-Avatar world, this movie is impressive with its visual effects. If you never watched the original go back and watch Spielberg’s take before watching the new reboot.
4. The Sixth Sense
It’s been a while, so chances are someone might have spoiled the ending for you already, but trust us and watch it anyways. This scary and suspenseful movie makes it all worth it.
Because of this show, and the beautiful Jennifer Aniston, was the reason so many women were asking for “The Rachel” in their hair salon. Get in late on the craze.
6. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
This show is proof that Will Smith has always been amazing. Alfonso Ribeiro also had people laughing and doing “The Carlton.”
7. Boy Meets World
We’re sure you’re already catching the syndication of this show on TV, but we couldn’t leave it off our list! Watch Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and those around him grow before your eyes through 7 seasons.
Need a show that understands your dating problems due to being neurotic? Look no further.
9. Dawson’s Creek
You can’t talk about this decade without acknowledging the show that gave us James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, and Michelle Williams. Can you?
10. Full House
To this day people still quote little Michelle saying “You got it dude!” Watch Bob Saget being a single father of three and getting help from his friends.
11. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Get in on the Buffy craze by watching her fight off evil vampires and demons with her friends.
12. Boyz n the Hood
This movie follows a group of childhood friends growing up in the hood in Los Angeles. Other than a gripping story line, this movie offers fashion flashbacks galore.
13. Twin Peaks
This TV show only had two seasons, but people still mention it to this day. Watch FBI agent, Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) try to find out who murdered of Laura Palmer.
Were you a girl growing up and outnumbered by men? Well poor Blossom Russo feels your pain.
15. The Silence of The Lambs
Find out why “put the lotion in the basket” is so damn creepy. This thriller shows Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster), an F.B.I. agent seeking help from an incarcerated killer in order to catch a serial killer who skins people.
16. Fight Club
Look back on Brad Pitt‘s beautiful frosted tips with this movie. Edward Norton plays an office worker who isn’t getting any sleep. When he meets Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) they end up switching things up by creating a fight club.
Forget about watching another sitcom with a seemingly perfect family. This show had working class people in the forefront and of course hilarious Roseanne Barr cracking jokes.
18. American Pie
This filthy franchise all started with four high school friends making a pact to lose their virginity. Have a fun looking at what Tara Reid was doing before Sharknado.
19. The Blair Witch Project
Thanks to this now we have Paranomal Activity, and many other “found footage” films. This movie shows three film students creating a documentary about a Blair Witch legend.
20. Dumb and Dumber
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are very stupid, but very funny friends that go on a cross-country adventure.
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