10 Great 90s Comedies To Add to Your Watchlist

Are you searching for some comedic relief to laugh away life's stress? We got you covered. The nineties were a great decade for comedies, producing several classics and a few lesser-known comedic gems. Here are ten of the 90s best.

Kindergarten Cop is a fun comedy following John Kimble (Arnold Schwarzenegger). Kimble is a rugged detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher to protect the ex-wife and child of a dangerous drug dealer Cullen Crisp (Richard Tyson).

Kindergarten Cop (1990)

It follows two lifelong friends turned enemies who fight over the same man. Seven years after Madeline Ashton (Meryl Streep) steals Helen Sharp's fiancé Dr. Ernest Menville (Bruce Willis), Helen shows up at Madeline's book release party looking phenomenal.

Death Becomes Her (1992)

Greedy is a lesser-known comedic treasure. It tells the story of Joe McTeague (Kirk Douglas), a wealthy aging wheelchair-using scrap metal tycoon, and his horrible family competing for inheritance and waiting for his death.

Greedy (1994)

Rush Hour is a buddy action comedy and the first film in the Rush hour franchise. It stars LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) and Detective Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan), a top Hong Kong cop in Los Angelos helping his friend find his kidnapped daughter.

Rush Hour (1998)

Pretty Woman is a romantic comedy with an unusual premise. It follows a wealthy businessman Edward Lewis (Richard Gere). He asks Hollywood prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) for directions, resulting in her hopping in his car to show him the way.

Pretty Woman (1990)

Happy Gilmore is a goofball sports comedy starring Adam Sandler as the title character. Gilmore is a failed ice hockey player and an all-around bum. After his grandma's house faces foreclosure, he starts hustling people at the golf range.

Happy Gilmore (1996)

Jerry Maguire is a romantic comedy sports drama that produced the famous line. “You had me at hello.” It follows sports agent Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise), who was fired after writing a mission statement suggesting fewer clients and better relationships would be better for the firm.

Jerry Maguire (1996)

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