Timeless Treasures: 

14 Classic 90s Movies That Have Aged Like Fine Wine

Many movies made in the 1990s haven't aged well, but there are some classics from the decade that still hold up remarkably well.

One film fan on a popular online forum kicked off a discussion about 90s movies that don't feel old. Here are 14 films from the 90s that aged like fine wine.

The Matrix (1999)

It follows computer programmer Thomas Anderson, under the hacker alias Neo, who uncovers the truth about the dystopian nightmare reality has become.

The Rock (1996)

The Rock is an action thriller that tells the story of a group of rogue marines who take hostages on Alcatraz before making threats if their demands aren't met.

Titanic (1997)

James Cameron spent a significant amount of time ensuring the historical accuracy and recreation of the ship. It's often hailed as one of the greatest romances in film history. 

Double Jeopardy (1999)

Double Jeopardy is a crime thriller film that follows the story of a woman (Ashley Judd) who wakes up on a boat covered in blood and with no memory of what happened

Jurassic Park (1993)

Some movie fans argue it is the best of the bunch, including the Jurassic World films. It's an iconic film that follows the park's systems failing and how the people on the island handle the many obstacles they face.

The Fifth Element (1997)

It's a solid movie, with one film lover noting, “The movie is beloved because it's not just a good movie, but a great satire of an entire genre without becoming a joke of itself.”

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