For those who grew up in the 90’s, I’m sure you miss everything about that decade. The grunge music and fashion are definitive of the decade. Everyone was wearing plaid shirts with torn jeans and muddy Chucks while listening to Nirvana in their walkman. To remind you more of those glorious years, add these DVDs to your collection:
1. Dazed and Confused (1993). No other film captured high school like this film did. While freshmen face fear of the painful and humiliating initiation, seniors make the most of their last days by trying to get high, drunk and laid.
2. Clerks (1994). This undeniably hilarious work gave us the unforgettable line “I’m not even supposed to be here!” With Smith’s first movie, we came to know two iconic stoners – Jay and Silent Bob. If you haven’t seen this movie, stop reading this and get your copy now.
3. Forrest Gump (1994). Who was not moved by this movie? Tom Hanks did a remarkable job playing the mentally challenged but very much adored Forrest Gump.
4. Pulp Fiction (1994). If there’s one thing Quentin Tarantino is great at, it’s putting violence on screen. If you dig stories of hit men and mobs, watch this classic.
5. Romeo + Juliet (1996). You cannot go wrong with the most romantic story of all time. Baz Luhrmann took a brave step in putting this Shakespeare story in a contemporary setting while keeping the poetic dialogue. A work of genius.
6. Scream (1996). After this movie came out, everyone went crazy about serial killer films! Watch this and you’ll surely feel nostalgic of the 90’s.
7. There’s Something About Mary (1998). This is simply hilarious. Who does not remember Cameron Diaz taking off “hair gel” from Ben Stiller’s ear and putting it on her hair?
8. American Beauty (1999). Lots of great movies came out in 1999. One of the best is American Beauty. Depressed with mid-life crisis, Lester (Kevin Spacey) gets tangled in a lot of issues.
9. Fight Club (1999). From the masterpiece novel of Chuck Palahniuk comes a great film adaptation. Everyone dreams of having Tyler Durden’s eccentric but violent character.
10. Dogma (1999). Another work from Kevin Smith, Dogma is both funny and satirical. Definitely a must-have in your DVD collection.
Complete your DVD collection now!