Chris Farley's "Black Sheep" is funnier than you remember, even if it's as deservingly forgettable and critically dismissed.
"Ace: Ventura When Nature Calls" is a string of silly Jim Carrey sketches loosely connected by an even sillier story that becomes a cacophony of sounds and fart jokes.
With a young, assorted cast of before they were stars and iconic quotes, in short, "Empire Records" IS the 90s.
"Hackers" is an unbelievable reimagining of a simpler time, one that embodies era in every facet of filmmaking even decades later.
Turning 25 this month: "SE7EN" is a chilling crime-noir thriller packed with brilliant performances, sharp directing, and gritty visuals.
"The Prophecy" isn't for everyone, but if you're someone who it is for, you may enjoy it far more than you'd expect.
"Mortal Kombat" stands alone as one of the most fun and accurate video game adaptions of its time, and maybe even beyond.
"Clueless" is a classic 90's film that still holds up despite its inability to be culturally relevant today.