Top 13 90’s Comedies

We all enjoy a bit of humor in our lives. Comedies are a way to relieve stress and make people happy. The 90’s brought us many great comedies and the style of which they created humor has been long forgotten. Nothing is quite like 90’s comedy. So here are my top 13 90’s comedies.

#4 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

Ya baby! This movie is groovy baby! The first installment in the Austin Powers trilogy went above and beyond. After being thawed from a 30 year freeze, Austin Powers finds the world in trouble from the works of his old nemesis, Dr. Evil. Can Austin Powers thwart the plans of Dr. Evil?

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#9 The Big Lebowski (1998)

In a case of mistaken identity, The Dude must help a millionaire with the same name secure his kidnapped wife. The movie was met with mixed reviews at its release, but has since became a cult classic and an inspiration of memes.

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#10 Dazed and Confused (1993)

The film follows a group of teenagers on their last day of school in 1976. Parachute pants and getting high seem to be a great combination for comedy. Who could forget Matthew McConaughey's character and his famous line, "Alright, alright, alright."

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#11 Wayne’s World (1992)

A film sketched after a skit from Saturday Night Live with the same name, Wayne's World follows Garth and Wayne as they try to grow their public-access TV show. You can never go wrong with the likes of Mike Myers for your comedy fix.

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#12 The Sandlot (1993)

This coming of age film is the story of youth baseball players in the summer of 1962. The boys face fears and grow together in creating lasting friendships. The film often takes us back to our youth and the days that seemed to never end.

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#13 Rush Hour (1998)

Rounding out my list is a film that ushered in a new age of comedy. Rush Hour took a more serious approach to comedic films and helped to fuel the new style of comedy leading into the 2000's. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker make a great combination for some hilarious commentary. The success of Rush Hour led to sequels that played off the same great style of comedy as the first.

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