Hey Lovelies, summer is finally upon us and I've racked up a list of movies you could binge-watch this weekend or on those long summer nights where you just feel like staying in. Feel nostalgic and want to watch some popular 90s flicks? Well, look no further because I've compiled a list of the best 90s movies you could binge-watch all weekend!
10 Things I Hate About You
The many reasons to watch 10 Things I Hate About You...well hunty can we first talk Heath Ledger? Yes. One of the many reasons to watch is...Heath Ledger. Honestly though, 10 Things I Hate About You is one of those must watch 90s teen flicks. It's one of my all-time favorites and it's one of those many movies that has you completely embracing your inner 90's, girl.
Clueless is a classic 90s teen flick! If you haven't watched it, you definitely should this weekend. It's such a funny film that basically follows the life and circumstances surrounding this rich high school student, Cher Horowitz, and her friends. All tying in the crazy thing that is high-school and "coming of age". It's such a funny and dramatic must-see this weekend.
This film is another one of my favorites. Big Daddy is such a funny film that follows the adventures of a lazy irresponsible man, Sonny Koufax, played by Adam Sandler and a 5-year-old boy he adopts named Julian played by Dylan and Cole Sprouse...more of a reason to watch because the Sprouse Twins as kids were freaking adorable.
Never Been Kissed
Never Been Kissed is a must-watch 90's rom-com starring Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, a junior writer at the Chicago Sun-Times who must pose as a student at her former high-school to research teenage culture for her article. It's real cheesy, but funny and dramatic things happen in the midst of it all, which is why you should watch it this weekend.
Fight Club is a must-see because it's such a great film. It can be interpreted differently, but from my perspective, it's a film where men join together on the common realization of their hatred for the hypocrisy in society and form an underground fight club. These men basically fight each other, which they enjoy and take things to the next level as their hatred for society grows. There is so much more to it than that, which you must watch to understand. But, also Brad Pitt is in it...more of a reason to watch.
Mrs. Doubtfire is such a funny drama starring beloved, Robin Williams, as Daniel Hillard. Divorced from his wife, Daniel Hillard hatches an elaborate plan to spend time with his children by posing as a nanny, Mrs. Doubtfire. It's such a funny film, and you have to watch in order to see all the crazy things unfold.
Pretty Woman is the classic 90s rom-com. This classic is a full on twist on your basic Cinderella story, starring the likes of Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. An unlikely pair, a prostitute, and a wealthy businessman fall in love with one another. Yeah... if you haven't seen this classic 90's rom-com, you have to watch to see everything unfold.
Pulp Fiction is a classic 90's crime drama starring the likes of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson. It's such an interesting film based on the lives of two mob hitmen, a gangster's wife, bandits and a boxer all entangled in violence and crime.
Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepless in Seattle is such a classic 90's romantic drama, starring the likes of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. This, as many others, is such a classic rom-com that managed to humorously comment on the unrealistic expectations of love and so much more.
The Parent Trap
The Parent Trap is one of my all-time favorite childhood movies! A must-see if you haven't seen it already...and if you haven't seen The Parent Trap, well hunty...where have you been? This is such a great film following the adventures of identical twins, Annie and Hallie who were separated at birth, and each raised by one of their biological parents. Later they manage to discover each other, they then swap lives...and it just gets crazier from there. You have to see this film, whether it's for the first time or again, it's literally the best thing.
I literally love all of these movies, but let me know below which one of these 90's flicks is your favorite?