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Best Movies of the 1990s: ‘Titanic,’ ‘Clueless’ and More!

As if we could forget the ’90s! It was a time of girl power, grunge, yo’ mama jokes and Trapper Keepers. Us Weekly has rounded up our personal favorite movies from the end-of-the-century, so break out your VCR and pop in a VHS. It’s time for our top 10 favorite 1990s movies. And don’t forget: Be kind, and rewind. 

Home Alone (1990)

“A family comedy … without the family,” says the trailer of this Christmas comedy produced by John Hughes and starring Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister. This family flick will bring you right back to the 90s, and if one isn’t enough for you, check out the four sequels that turned this film into a successful franchise.

Pretty Woman (1990)

From Hollywood Boulevard to Rodeo Drive, we see Julia Roberts’ character trade in her short blonde wig on the street corner for a wide-brimmed hat at a polo match. Her one night with Richard Gere turned into a romance we’ll never forget. After all, “it must have been love.”

Jurassic Park (1993) 

Steven Spielberg directed this sci-fi thriller about an attempt to open a pre-historic theme park. The film went down in history for its visual effects and computer-generated imagery. It grossed more than $914 million worldwide, becoming the most lucrative film released up to that time, and spawned three sequels.  

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

The late Robin Williams made us laugh, cry and dance along with him as he dressed up as his children’s female housekeeper in this family flick. The film took

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