The Most Underrated Movies Of The ’90s Just So Happen To Be 20 Years Old Now

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We love anniversaries, especially when they’re celebrating some of the best (and more underrated) movies of the ’90s (and not our relatives who still kiss us on the lips in broad daylight). And it’s not every day that your favorite film turns 20 years old, let alone a dozen of them from 1998.

Aside from a few gut-busting classic comedies, the occasional neo-Nazi shootout and your regular late-night Russian poker game, it’s all pretty quiet in here, except that when we’re done showing you these two-decade-old hits, you won’t have any choice but to binge like you’ve never binged before. And we left out Armageddon, Enemy of the State, Psycho, U.S. Marshals and two Robin Williams classics, just because it wouldn’t be fair to all the other years.

Join us now for the best anniversary party you’ll ever go to, no kisses either. Oh, and we apologize for using photos of Johnny Depp smoking. We don’t support such behavior in 2018, but apparently, there aren’t a lot of moments in Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas where he isn’t smoking or habitually using drugs. Happy anniversary!

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