Turning 25 this year we have one of the greatest sequels of all time, one of the worst sequels of all time, everyone's favorite macabre family, and surfing former presidents.
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In continuing our look back at films celebrating a monumental anniversary this year, we now look at the films that helped usher in, and in some cases define, the 1990s. Today we look at the films turning 25-years-old, the films from 1990.
So far this year we've covered films that are 30-years-old, 25-years-old, and 20-years-old, and with the end of the year quickly approaching its time to look at the films that finished out the 20th century and came out in 1999, celebrating their 15th anniversary.
Months ago we covered 1984 in film, widely considered one of the greatest, if not the greatest, year in film. But in looking at the films that came out just five years later, 1989 might be on par with, if not superior to, 1984.
While 1994 is nowhere near the level of cinematic achievement as what we covered in our look back of 1984, it was still a great year in film. 20 years ago we saw the rise of Jim Carrey with not one but three comedic blockbusters, tragedy striking the set of a comic book adaptation, one of the most controversial years in film with new projects from Oliver Stone and Quentin Tarantino, and one of th
1984 is widely considered one of the greatest years in film, producing a staggering amount of films that are still loved and quoted 30 years later. From 'Footloose' to 'Beverly Hills Cop', 1984 brought some of the greatest comedies, horror films, and sci-fi spectaculars ever seen on the big screen.