As much as TV has evolved, I don’t think we can get it as good as the 1990s. Nope, definitely not. From comedy series to soap operas filled with dramas, the movie industry in the 1990s made childhood a lot of fun for many of us. There were many shows released that pushed the boundaries of what was considered normal like Twin Peaks and even Will and Grace which paved the way for the intriguing and new story plots we now see in today's Hollywood movies.
Are you feeling Nostalgic and you want to watch a movie that takes you back in time, then join me as we explore 4 of the most interesting 1990s movies that remain golden after many years.
1. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
This movie was one of Will Smith's big break in Hollywood. The movie shows the story of how Will Smith's life got flipped turned upside down and then he morphed into a massive movie star. God bless the '90s as the movie directing, acting and execution was so real you would be glued to your sit from start to finish. The movie also brings both comedy, life lessons, love and family all to the table.
2. Family Matters
You sure are missing a lot if you haven’t watched Family Matters. The movie is filled with so many unique catch phrases and their dressing was one to always look out for with the men on sky-high suspenders, and the women on beautiful skirts and gowns. The show follows the life of Steve Urkel and his family. The movie shows how loving a family can be, and introduces us to one of the best TV dads of all time. Also, the Stefan transformation is truly one you have to watch.
You can't have a '90s TV list without Friends. Cast your mind back to the years that everyone had The Rachel haircut, and you'll have like a tiny idea how much this show meant to people. Friends tells the story of 20-something year old friends who live closely in New York City and try to navigate life and love while trying to make ends meet.
The show officially ran for ten seasons, from 1994-2004. It was the show that made Jennifer Aniston a household name and skyrocketed her career in Hollywood. Even years later, watching Friends feels like it was released just a few months ago.
4. Suddenly Susan
How would you react if you lost the chance to get married to a rich man? I know I will be sad. However, Suddenly Susan tells a whole different story. It shows the life of Brooke Shields(Susan) a magazine writer who starts her own column about being single after she willingly decides against marrying her rich fiancé and how she tries to go through her everyday life with her head held high.
If watching these movies doesn't take you back home to the 1990s then nothing will. For more interesting movie picks to spend your time on, you can simply browse through our website.