14 Unforgettable Truths About Being A Movie Fan In The '90s
Why exactly did you see so many Pauly Shore movies?
Nobody prepared you for Macauley Culkin's character dying in My Girl.
Clueless made you a HUGE Alicia Silverstone fan….
...but Excess Baggage and Batman and Robin seriously dampered your enthusiasm.
You thought Jim Carrey was pretty damn funny — but you didn't think your classmates' endless Jim Carrey impressions were.
You may not have constantly quoted Jim Carrey, but after seeing Friday you WERE guilty of saying "Damn!" every chance you got.
You were crazy about Beverly Hills, 90210, so you raced out to see the first movies by the cast...and you were NOT rewarded for your dedication.
In hindsight, you have no idea why you saw so many Pauly Shore movies.
You almost always won your Oscar pools because you always bet on the period piece for Best Picture.
You loved Election, but hated not being able to talk about it because pretty much no one else had seen it.
Today you might be a little embarrassed (or proud, lol) of just how many times you saw Titanic in theaters.
You watched Drew Barrymore go from an edgy, troubled former child star into loveably goofy actress/producer extraordinaire and you were here for it.
It was the golden age of baseball movies — A League of Their Own, Rookie of the Year, The Sandlot, Angels in the Outfield — the list goes on and on.
You absolutely knew one (or ten) Tarantino fans who talked your ear off about wanting to go to film school.
If you went back in time and told yourself that Meg Ryan and Wesley Snipes had all but disappeared from the movies by 2017, you wouldn't have believed it.
And, lastly, some of your best memories of the ‘90s involved going with friends and family to see the latest movies by these familiar faces.
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