The ’90s were not cool. No matter how much one looks back on the era with nostalgia, we have to admit it wasn’t pretty. Chain wallets, Beanie Babies, and Crystal Pepsi are just a few of the awful things to come out of the ’90s—and we’re in no mood for more. Still, there’s a sense of pride that comes from having lived through it (and survived it), especially when there was so much to be embarrassed of.
Out of everything, the most noteworthy artifacts to come from the ’90s have to be the bad movies. Oh, so many bad movies. This day and age we have bad movies like The Room, where viewers can enjoy how horrible it is. The ’90s, on the other hand, didn’t make these kinds of films. They were just plain awful and, sadly, they’ll be around forever. They cannot be destroyed or erased from history forever.
We’re not going to let a couple of horrible movies ruin our childhoods. Instead, we’re going to put our knowledge of them to use. What better way to do this than to take this quiz on the ’90s dumbest movies? There’s no better way of moving on from the memory of watching these movies than taking this quiz.
1Known for its stupid humor involving a furry dog car and laxatives, which one of these iconic ’90s films is it?
Most people are mixed about this movie from the mid ’90s. It’s either considered a classic or is completely lacking in any smart film-making. This buddy comedy road trip movie is about two friends who seek to return a lost briefcase full of money to a rich woman from Aspen, Colorado. It would go on to spawn a cult following and many more movies after it. Known for its stupid humor involving a furry dog car and laxatives, which one of these iconic ’90s films is it?
2What movie from the ’90s has an eccentric protagonist even the police department he works for won’t take seriously?
A movie starring one of the ’90s most beloved (and lucrative) comedic actors, it excels more in potty humor than it does witticisms. The story enters around a private detective tasked with tracking down the thieves after a mysterious kidnapping. Our protagonist takes special care of his hair and even enlists the help of a football player and close friend named Spike to help him when the going gets rough. What movie from the ’90s has an eccentric protagonist even the police department he works for won’t take seriously?