70’s was an era of ground breaking creativeness, where as the 80’s saw the advent of the blockbuster movies, but the 90’s saw a little of them both, resulting in a perfect blend of big-budget blockbusters, and quirky, inventive cult hits. Here is our list of the top films of the 90’s era.
Comparing the actual ‘Independence Day’ with this year’s comedown sequel ‘Resurgence’ offers a sparkle of insight into how movies have massively changed over the past twenty years. Where the new film gets to the alien destructor-porn as fast as it possibly can, the actual one was a relatively slow burner, allowing the tension to increase, and the characters along with it. So when the world-ending madness finally kicks in, you are invested you really want these courageous scrappers to show ET who’s boss. Yes and the destruction of the White House remains a truly iconic cinema representation. You would not get away with it nowadays.
This movie Home Alone is such an iconic Christmas movie that it even generates a range of jumpers more than 20 years after it is release those Merry Christmas ya filthy animal sweet shirts everybody was wearing a couple of years back. Starring Macaulay Culkin when he was cute the film follows eight-year-old Kevin as he is left behind by his family when they go on a holiday for the festive season. While at first he celebrates in his freedom from annoying siblings and parents, he is ultimately forced to use booby traps to protect his home from a pair of bungling burglars.
‘The Matrix’ became the very first movie ever to sell 1 million copies on DVD just one reason to disagree the case for it being the most iconic movie of the 90’s. We all know the story Keanu Reeves is Neo, the software writer who finds out that the world does not exist. Life on Earth as we know it is actually a form virtual reality, created by smart machines that have imprisoned the human race. Is Neo the One, who will lead the rebels to victory and the deliverance of mankind?
Someone, someplace on the internet, has probably accumulated a list of films stimulated by ‘The Matrix’ which would extend four times around Mars and include the whole lot from copycat cyber action thrillers to head-scratchers like ‘The Inception’. With revolutionary and innovative digital effects, and Keanu looking all blank and pretty and the techno soundtrack this is an ultimate 90’s movie.