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5 Movies From the 1990s That Are Worth A Re-Watch

Cinema is perhaps one of the sources that help people seek permanent and continuous entertainment. In this regard, the quote “Pain is temporary but cinema is permanent” fits the best. While hundreds of movies release every single week, it is simply not possible for the audience to love them all. Everyone has their own preferences and genre to go with. However, some movies are meant to go with everyone, anytime, and for multiple times.

While time is absolutely precious, re-watching a film is indeed better than risking everything on a new film and getting disappointed later. With that being said, these are some of the films that are definitely worth multiple viewings –

Home Alone

Available to stream on Disney+
Available to stream on Disney+

Home Alone (1990) starred Joe Pesci and Macauley Culkin as the temperamental Harry and the eight-year-old Kevin. After Kevin McCallister’s family accidentally leaves him behind at home and departs to celebrate their Christmas vacation, the eight-year-old kid sets various traps around the house to protect it from the burglars. Culkin’s acting being actually a ten-year-old kid is truly incredible and his cleverness and charm is everything that makes the movie re-watchable.

Jurassic Park

Available to stream on HBO Max
Available to stream on HBO Max

Jurassic Park (1993) starred Laura Dern and Sam Neill as Dr. Ellie Sattler and Dr. Alan Grant. At a theme park where the Jurassic life has been re-established, both the doctors were invited to inspect the safety standards of the park. That is when the adventure begins and it is purely the awesome CGI and terror of the screenplay that makes it one of the most worthy re-watchable for all time.

Die Hard

Available to stream on IMDb TV
Available to stream on IMDb TV

Die Hard (1998) features Alan Rickman and Bruce Willis as the thief Hans Gruber and detective John McClane. With that said, the storyline of the film goes with McClane finding himself at the wrong place and at the wrong time. It happens with terrorists seize the building where McClane was attending a Christmas party. Both McClane and Gruber are truly iconic in their respective roles of a hero and a villain. Perhaps that is what makes Die Hard re-watchable for quite a couple of times.

Ghostbusters

Available to rent on Apple TV
Available to rent on Apple TV

Ghostbusters (1984) starred Dan Aykroyd and Bull Murray as two parapsychology professors. After discovering a ghost at Columbia University, they established a group called “Ghostbusters” to eliminate the spirits. While the film is quite bent towards the horror genre, it is also one of the greatest sci-fi and action films of all time. Perhaps that is what made the film become a multimedia franchise and a perfect re-watch for any type of audience.

Forrest Gump

Available to stream on Showtime
Available to stream on Showtime

Forrest Gump (1994) features Tom Hanks as Alabamians Forrest Gump and it was Robin Wright who played the role of Jenny Curran. From a humble beginning, the film sees Gump’s personal incredible success. The most prominent reason that makes Forest Gump a perfect re-watchable film is the pace of the plot and Hank’s remarkable acting.

Prateek Chatterjee
Prateek Chatterjee

Hey there! I'm a content and copywriter by profession. Been like three years into this domain and have been a perpetual writer with Animated Times since last one year (approx.). A Marvel maniac and kinda Potterhead. Trying to articulate things simpler and thrillful to experience. Check out my articles with Animated Times here and do not forget to follow us on social media platforms for regular updates.

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