Can you guess the top movies of the 1990s?

Did the top grossing movies stand the test of time?

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The nineties were quite the time for movies. Disney flicks reigned supreme and a strange mix of action flicks and period pieces took home Academy Awards. Tom Hanks and Mel Gibson were everywhere, and Star Wars experienced a resurgence.

This begs the question, what were the biggest movies of the 1990s? We know what's stood the test of time — like Toy Story. And what hasn't — ahem, Shakespeare in Love. Below, see how much movie chatter from the '90s you remember and guess which film grossed the most at the box office.
  1. What was the No. 1 movie of 1990?
  2. What was the No. 1 movie of 1991?
  3. What was the No. 1 movie of 1992?
  4. What was the No. 1 movie of 1993?
  5. What was the No. 1 movie of 1994?
  6. What was the No. 1 movie of 1995?
  7. What was the No. 1 movie of 1996?
  8. What was the No. 1 movie of 1997?
  9. What was the No. 1 movie of 1998?
  10. What was the No. 1 movie of 1999?

Can you guess the top movies of the 1990s?

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idkwut2use 15 months ago
8/10.
My favorites: The Lion King, Beauty & the Beast, Pocahontas, Aladdin, Toy Story, Mrs. Doubtfire, Jurassic Park, Titanic, Forrest Gump, Twister, The Mummy, Apollo 13, Armageddon (big Disneyphile, lol)
james 36 months ago
10/10 private Ryan and silence of the lambs were the best movies for their yr, kids like cartoons for reason of ticket sales
thedude1500 37 months ago
Now if you were picking the best movies of the year based on artistic merit:
90: Dances with Wolves
91: Silence of the Lambs
92: None of these above (A League of Their Own, White Men Can't Jump, Malcolm X, Unforgiven, Reservoir Dogs, Crying Game, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Bad Lieutenant)
93: Schindler's List (just don't let Jerry Seinfeld make out during the film)
94: Forrest Gump
95: Apollo 13
96: slight edge to Independence Day (Fargo, The English Patient, The People vs. Larry Flint, Sling Blade)
97: None of these above (Good Will Hunting, Full Monty, Jackie Brown, LA Confidential, Amistad) (Titanic was the worst movie to ever earn an Oscar for Best Picture)
98: Saving Private Ryan or Shakespeare in Love would both work (The Big Lebowski also a candidate)
99: None of these above. (American Beauty, Green Mile, Boys Don't Cry, Man on the Moon)
RobBush 37 months ago
The two I got wrong were not wrong. Forrest Gump grossed more than The Lion King, and Saving Private Ryan grossed more than Armageddon. https://www.boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?yr=1998&p=.htm

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?yr=1994&p=.htm
MrBill 37 months ago
5/10; I kept picking the ones that were best picture Oscar winners. I do not follow the box office much.
Tresix 37 months ago
7/10. The one that really surprised me was "Aladdin" outgrossing "Batman Returns".
CatMomWanda 37 months ago
6/10. They were all guesses. I have no idea which movies made the most money. There were some great movies on this quiz.
Barry22 37 months ago
6/10, Armageddon grossed more than Pvt. Ryan?
anthony Barry22 37 months ago
Yes that suprised me too.
AndrewHass 37 months ago
I was 4/10 but considering i guessed on most of the questions i think i did okay.
MrsPhilHarris 37 months ago
2 wrong. Didn't give me a score.
anthony MrsPhilHarris 37 months ago
Didn't give me one either.Had to add up myself.
nerakr 37 months ago
4/10. Not bad considering I guessed on all of them.
Corey 37 months ago
Both The Sixth Sense and Star Wars Episode 1 was 1999.
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