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Ton of good ones. Some of mine are:

Contact (all-time favorite)
Fire In The Sky
Stargate
Goodfellas
Donnie Brasco
My Cousin Vinny
Sneakers
The Game
Pump Up The Volume
The Shawshank Redemption

To name a few.

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Anybody know what happened to Lori Petty from League of their own and free willey?
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In No particular order

Goodfellas
Silence of the Lambs
Reservoir Dogs
Dazed and Confused
True Romance
Pulp Fiction
Se7en
The Usual Suspects
Sling Blade
Dances With Wolves
Schindler's List
Jackie Brown
LA Confidential
American History X
American Beauty
Shawshank Redemption

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Beverly Hills Ninja
My Fellow Americans
Home Alone 1 & 2
The Man Who Knew Too Little
Out to Sea
Delirious
Men in Black
Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery
Black Sheep
Mars Attacks!!
Apollo 13
Forrest Gump
Cool Runnings
Rookie of the Year
Batman Returns
Mystery Men
Free Willy
Independence Day
Canadian Bacon
Only the Lonely
Mrs. Doubtfire
The Rocketeer
Bowfinger

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There's a lot more that don't come to mind right away (and besides, it's almost midnight as I typs this). But the two 1990's films that are my favorites are:

Goodfellas
Saving Private Ryan

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Grosse Pointe Blank
Office Space
Face/Off
The Matrix
Goodfellas
Casino
Pulp Fiction
Reservoir Dogs
True Romance
Clerks
Chasing Amy
Swimming With Sharks

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Pump Up The Volume
Grosse Point Blank
High Fidelity (was that one 1990s?)
Eight Days A Week
The Whole Nine Yards

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Menace II Society (one of my alltime faves)
Sling Blade
Scream
Disturbing Behavior
The Faculty
Se7en
American History X
Tommy Boy
The Wedding Singer (it was 90s, right?)
Billy Madison
The Bone Collector
Dazed and Confused
Mallrats
Chasing Amy
Juice
Boyz n the Hood

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Casino
Batman Returns
While You Were Sleeping
Scent Of A Woman
Donnie Brasco
There's Something About Mary
Storm Of The Century
Heat
Magnolia
The Age Of Innocence
Carlito's Way
My Cousin Vinny
Dumb And Dumber
Goodfellas
Terminator 2
The Nightmare Before Christmas
John Carpenter's Vampires
A Perfect World
Interview With The Vampire
Dolores Claiborne
Last Action Hero
Phantasm 3 and 4
Pump Up The Volume
Scanners 2 and 3
Candyman
You've Got Mail
Frankie And Johnny
Dogma
Ed Wood
Pleasantville

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although there were many great movies, i don't feel like trying to rememeber all of them. but what i do know, is that there was "Reservoir Dogs", then there was everything else.
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I'll add more to my list:

Misery
Sphere
Die Hard: With a Vengeance
The Fugitive (remake)
A Simple Plan
Flatliners

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Forgot to add Above the Rim.
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The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
In the Line of Fire
The Fugitive
Sleeping with the Enemy
Presummed Innocent
Legends of the Fall
Ghost
The Bodyguard
Pretty Woman
It Could Happen to You
The Night we Never Met
Toy Story part 1 and 2
Home Alone
What About Bob?

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I can't believe that nobody, me included, has mentioned Groundhog Day
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I was going to mention it (of course)...but it actually is not one of my favorite movies (even though it seems like it should be),,,since I grew up in Punxsutawney....(the town the movie is based on)....that's where all my childhood memories come from...from living in the land of the Groundhog. They really did recreate the town well....they even mention the street my Grandpa lived on. The real hotel that they based the hotel that the crew stays in...is the place I went to for dinner after the Prom. It has a restaurant on the roof of the hotel. It's called "The Rooftop". That's where I spent my Prom night. I was there for my 10 year class reunion too. The movie was actually filmed in Woodstock, Illinois though.

Bill Murray and Harold Ramis actually came to Punxsy and they stayed in that same hotel ...when they were doing research for the movie.

My sister-in-law has painted several of the "Phantastic Phils" in the town...they are completely over ridden with giant Ground Hogs.
They have become a tourist attraction now.

Here's 2 out of the 3 my sister in law did:

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Home alone has to be my fav 90's movie of all time!!
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I need to add Interview with the Vampire to my list as well. I love vampire flicks and TV shows.
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Darn! I almost forgot to mention "Fargo"!
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quote:
Originally posted by StevenHW:
Darn! I almost forgot to mention "Fargo"!

Good pick. Brilliant flick.
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Oh jeepers! [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by 80'sRocked:
Ton of good ones. Some of mine are:

Contact (all-time favorite)

I love this movie also. One of my favs in my DVD collection. I must admit that since watching the movie that the book just does not seem the same.
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I'll also add The Vanishing to my list. Great cast: Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland, Nancy Travis, and Sandra Bullock.
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I need to add Me, Myself, and Irene and Point Break as well as the first Scream movie.......
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Speaking of Jim Carrey...Dumb and Dumber is one of my favorite comedies of all-time.
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1.Pulp fiction
2.Forrest Gump
3.The Matrix
4.The Shawshank Redemption
5.Ghost
6.While You Were Sleeping

And on and on..

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