Indulge in Some Nostalgic Bliss with These 10 Iconic 90s Movies

Redditor u/jaft0000 asked, “What 90s movies do you find very nostalgic? I do not know what it is, but there is something about movies from the 1990s that bring me back more than any cartoon or kids' show could.”

They continued, “Any genre but preferably the more serious ones like drama or thriller.” Redditors responded with several 90s classics. So here are the top nineties films for nostalgia in no particular order.

Speed (1994)

Speed is an action thrill ride that tells the story of a madman who armed a bus with explosives. If the police don't meet his financial demands or the bus slows to under 50MPH, it will explode.

Jurrasic Park (1993)

Jurassic Park is the monumental start of the Jurassic film franchise. It tells the backstory of how the scientists created the dinosaurs before unleashing carnivorous disasters. It's a wild chase that had cinema audiences gasping.

The Craft (1996)

The Craft is an iconic 90s film that featured several nightmarish scenes. It follows a teen new to a Catholic prep high school. She befriends a group of outcasted girls who practice witchcraft.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Forrest Gump follows a dimwitted but kindhearted man (Tom Hanks) who shares his life story with strangers that come and go at a bus stop. The film places him in essential parts of history in and around the Vietnam War.

Boyz N the Hood (1991)

Boyz n the Hood tells the eye-opening stories of three young males living in the Crenshaw ghetto of Los Angeles. It dissects questions of race, relationships, violence, and prospects.

Heart and Souls (1993)

Heart and Souls tell the story of four strangers who died in a bus crash in 1959 before being attached to a baby. They can't move beyond an invisible barrier and don't understand until he's an adult (Robert Downey Jr.) they were supposed to use to ‘right their wrongs' before the bus to heaven picks them up.

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