When you think of some of your favorite ‘90s movies, do you think about how awesome they are, or do you shutter in embarrassment? There were a ton of movies that came out during this time, some were great and some were not so great, but boy, did we sit and enjoy them nonetheless. Whether you were watching a great action film, an epic horror movie, or even a classic drama, you were in for a real treat during the ‘90s. There was something in the mix for everybody, and there were so many lame catchphrases to hook onto!
In those days, while watching your favorite movies did you feel kind of lame with your selections or did you feel sort of rebellious because you watched what was deemed to be cool by everyone around you? There were a lot of films that tried so hard to be cool, but just fell flat on their faces, but we still loved them anyway. What were your movie preferences during this time? Do you still watch these movies now? Take our quiz to figure out if your selection of ‘90s movies makes you rebellious or kind of lame. The answers could be surprising.
This one is a total classic. Pulp Fiction was Quentin Tarantino's claim to fame, and pretty much everyone knows why. it had just about everything. It had drama, suspense, action, comedy, you name it and it was in there. Truth be told, it was kind of a lot to handle for the time though, not everyone was used to drug overdoses and point blank shootings. But what did you think?
Well, it starred a very young Jennifer Lopez and a very large snake out in the Amazon. Turns out, this snake was hungry for more than just a bit of adventure though, it wanted the entire crew that was out hunting for it. It was full of all the cheap thrills that you'd expect from a '90s movie and even a couple of lines that literally made you face palm. What did you think?
3The Silence of the Lambs
Hello Clarice! Maybe you won't have the fava beans and a nice Chianti after watching this one, but come on, you can't say that Anthony Hopkins wasn't absolutely epic. This movie has so many twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat, but it also was a lot to handle for its time. Serial killers we're a major topic of conversation. What do you think?
Would you take the red pill or the blue pill if you were confronted with it? It's the age old question that everyone asks after watching this action film. That and, are we really living in the real world, or is everything just an illusion? Yeah, this movie was a real trip, and no other movie really touched the topics it was going for quite yet. What did you think of it?