Forgotten/Underrated 90's Movies

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I've been on a real kick of 90's movies lately. I just rediscovered a few forgotten flicks. Forgot how good "The Ghost and the Darkness" was. And I remember thinking that "Cop Land" was an ok movie when it first came out, and just recently saw the director's cut, which was great! The genre doesn't matter, just wondering what forgotten or underrated 90's movies you guys have loved and would recommend.



Primal fear hands down !!
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Winter Calls Thy Name
One of the all time great twists.



One of the all time great twists.
without a doubt ! A blast .

Bluedeed you got no reason to hate it ...



Gangster Rap is Shakespeare for the Future
I wouldn't be surprised, polarizing films tend to finish middle of the pack, while this film is kinda just there with little enthusiasm either way, besides Derek, of course



I also forgot how great "Ransom" was. I re-watched it recently, and it was a great, taut movie.





Probably not forgotten in P.E. classes everywhere (as I remember watching it dozens of times in mine) but -- Rudy -- the 1993 film starring Sean Astin as a guy who desperately wants to get into Notre Dame and play for the Irish -- is absolutely phenomenal. I watched it last night after having not seen it in a long time. I forgot all that happens in it, but remembered things immediately when it happened. This movie is a gem. It should have been on the '90s Countdown. I already wanna watch it again. Do check it out.
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In July of 1991, we went to the theatre 8 times to see 8 different movies in 7 days. AMC just started their "Movie Watchers" rewards and we wanted to make sure we got our in... I remember "Regarding Henry" being one of the films..."Dying Young" and "Terminator 2" were films as well we seen.



Palookaville (1995)

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My usual picks for this subject.


The Last Supper


Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead


New Jack City


The Funneral


The Addiction


Nadja


Suture


In The Company Of Men


Airheads


School Ties


Trees Lounge


Lawn Dogs


Heaven And Earth


Living In Oblivion


Miami Blues


Rush


Dolores Claiborne


How To Make An American Quilt


The Crucible


The Waterdance


Washington Square


Looking For Richard


Don Juan DeMarco


Girl On The Bridge


La Reine Margot


Elisa


Bandit Queen


El Mariachi


The Horseman On The Roof


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I come across a lot of people that have never heard of this one. Contains one of my favorite scenes, featuring Hopper and Walken.