The Unforgettable Decade Of Hollywood Classics- The 90s

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Unforgettable films are the depiction of an era. The 90s was Hollywood’s apex, with some classics from each genre.

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Mission Impossible (1996)

Who does not know the Mission Impossible series that was released 27 years ago and has seven record-breaking franchises since then? It revolves around the life of the spy Ethan Hunt. With Tom Cruise’s acting, this movie is still a classic.

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The Mummy (1999)

Brendan Fraser’s classic Egyptian adventure movie, where the mummies rise from the dead takes you to an adventure you always wanted to have. One never gets tired of watching it over and over again. The 1999 adventure remains a classic.

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Braveheart (1995)

The war drama movie with so many historical discrepancies still holds a strong place in the film industry, 28 years after its release, all thanks to the amazing cinematography and iconic quotes and dialogues

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Jurassic Park (1993)

Jurassic Park has fans that go from generation to generation. The movie clearly shows what would happen if million years ago extinct dinosaurs were to exist in our modern day. This classic still takes people back to their innocent childhood.

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Shawshank Redemption (1994)

The Shawshank Redemption, although couldn’t hit the box office when it was released, was given a rerun, and the phenomenal storyline, along with the award-winning acting of Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins, gave it its righteous Oscar nomination.

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Forrest Gump (1994)

Forrest Gump is a true classic and is still watched and loved by people, partly because of its dialogues. The movie takes one to the historic, post-war, dramatic life of a kind man with a touching story.

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Titanic (1997)

This movie makes every teen girl obsess over Leonardo di Caprio and sob over the tragic love story of two people from opposite social statuses. It revolves around the fictional love story between Caprio and Kate Winslet during the sinking of the RMS Titanic. This movie is a true Classic

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Fight Club (1999)

The first rule of Fight Club is that we don’t talk about Fight Club. Well, this movie cannot remain untacked. The movie revolves around a man with a monotonous white-collar job who starts up a fight club for the macho men who want to beat each other. The movie is one of the best movies of the 90s.

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Before Sunrise (1995)

Who would have believed that you could meet your soulmate on a train, traveling from Budapest to Vienna? Well, not only do they meet but they also fall madly in love, giving the viewers happy sobs.

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Goodwill Hunting (1998)

A 20-year-old boy claims therapy from a renowned professor after hitting a police officer and facing persecution. The film shows his journey and was awarded the Best Screenplay.

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