Wayne's World and Wayne's World 2 (1993) are iconic nineties films that delivered several memorable quotes and their unique lines, “Ex-squeeze me? Baking powder?” It also introduced a new generation to Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody” (1975).
Robin Williams, as Mrs. Doubtfire, belongs in everyone's life. It's a hilarious story that involves Williams getting divorced and having limited visitations with his kids. So he dresses up as an old English woman and becomes their nanny. “It was a run by fruiting!”
My Girl is a coming-of-age film with one of Hollywood's most famously gut-wrenching deaths. It follows an 11-year-old girl during the summer of 1972 in Madison, Pennsylvania. It's filled with great music, eccentric characters, and several life lessons.
Encino Man is a cult classic, and Pauly Shore (Son-in-Law) is at his best. Brendan Frasier (The Mummy) and Seth Astin (Stranger Things) co-star in this high school story about two outcasts searching for popularity.
The Sandlot is a coming-of-age sports comedy that follows a group of young baseball players during the summer of 1962. It's a perfect movie for teenage sports fans. The film co-stars Denis Leary and James Earl Jones.
Kindergarten Cop tells the humorous story of an undercover cop (Arnold Schwarzenegger) pretending to teach Kindergarten. He's there to locate the son of a dangerous criminal he's battled to lock up, so he can offer him and his mother protection.