22 Most Underrated ’90s Movies

The following are just some of the many underrated films that you can enjoy. We have included Hollywood hits, indie fare, and foreign releases as well.

Scenes from these movies take you through many different countries like France, Vienna, the United States, and many more. The pictures on this list all deserve recognition for their contribution to culture in one form or another.

Taking place primarily in the historic city of Vienna with a tiny budget of only $2.5million, Richard Linklater captures arguably one of the most underrated romance films of all time – not just of the '90s.

Before Sunrise (1995, Directed by Richard Linklater)

Wong Kar-Wai does an exceptional job of telling the story, almost to the point where you feel like you're right there with the characters, living the violence and the grittiness of the seedy Hong Kong underworld.

Days of Being Wild (1990, Directed by Wong Kar-Wai)

In this romantic fantasy remake of a Paramount classic, death takes the form of a human (Brad Pitt) and is on a quest to find out what life's really like on Earth.

Meet Joe Black (1998, Directed by Martin Brest)

Blue is the first in the critically acclaimed Three Colours trilogy, directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski. The three films are themed on the French Revolutionary ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity.

Three Colours: Blue (1993, Directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski)

Not many people can survive an airline crash and live to tell the tale. Peter Weir's Fearless is the story of how Max Klein's (Jeff Bridges) life changes dramatically after the traumatic incident.

Fearless (1993, Directed by Peter Weir)

With plenty of belly-deep laughs, a classic slapstick Tim Roth act, and a story loosely based on the legend that is Roald Dahl, Four Rooms is definitely worth your time.

Four Rooms (1995)

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