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22 Iconic '90s Movies You Can Watch on Netflix Now

Nov 25 2015 - 5:30am

So you're jonesing for some nostalgia, are you? Look no further than Netflix, because in addition to all its newly available movies [1], the streaming service has plenty of classics to laugh at and cry at and to generally fill you with fuzzy feelings. There are a ton of comedies from the stars of '90s, plus dramas like Shakespeare in Love. How are you not on Netflix watching these right now? Well, don't go yet — take a look at all your options below first!

Wayne's World (1992)

Wayne's World! Wayne's World! No "Stairway"? Denied! That's all.

Watch it now! [2]

Harriet the Spy (1996)

What's not to treasure about the 1996 kids caper starring Michelle Trachtenberg [3]? It's a Nickelodeon movie, people! It's genius!

Watch it now! [4]

Clerks (1994)

Catch up on director Kevin Smith's first feature about a couple of convenience-store clerks (Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson) and Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Smith).

Watch it now! [5]

The Addams Family (1991)

Angelica Huston is gorgeous and magnetic as the Addams family matriarch, and let's face it, it's time to feed your girl crush on Christina Ricci [6].

Watch it now! [7]

Wish Upon a Star (1996)

Otherwise known as the most magical Disney Channel original movie of all time.

Watch it now! [8]

Tommy Boy (1995)

David Spade keeps Chris Farley out of trouble in this unforgettable comedy. Watch it again . . . and again . . . and again.

Watch it now! [9]

Basic Instinct (1992)

This thriller is famous for Sharon Stone [10]'s most memorable and scandalous scene of all time. It involves a white dress and no underwear. That's as far as I'm willing to describe this.

Watch it now! [11]

Clueless (1995)

This is seriously available for you to watch anytime. Like right now.

Watch it now! [12]

The Out-of-Towners (1999)

Goldie Hawn [13] and Steve Martin [14] make comedy magic in this underrated remake from 1999. The two play empty nesters whose trip to New York is plagued by one disaster after another.

Watch it now! [15]

Forrest Gump (1994)

One of Tom Hanks [16]'s best (and certainly most memorable) performances is in this '90s classic, which just gets better with each viewing.

Watch it now [17].

My Father the Hero (1994)

Young Katherine Heigl [18] plays the beautiful and precocious teen daughter of Gérard Depardieu, who's not quite ready to see her grow up.

Watch it now! [19]

Rounders (1998)

Matt Damon [20] and Edward Norton [21] star in this movie about a former gambler who returns to the life when his friend gets into massive debt.

Watch it now! [22]

Source: Miramax [23]

Sabrina (1995)

A beautiful woman (Julia Ormond) suddenly finds herself being romanced by two brothers (Harrison Ford [24] and Greg Kinnear) in this remake of the 1954 classic.

Watch it now! [25]

Jerry Maguire (1996)

Cameron Crowe's movie may make you think of the now-ubiquitous line "You complete me," but when Jerry (Tom Cruise [26]) says it in context, it's dreamy.

Watch it now! [27]

Beautiful Girls (1996)

It's worth it to see this movie for adorable preteen Natalie Portman [28], whose character has a flirtation with a grown man that somehow doesn't come off as creepy.

Watch it now! [29]

Shakespeare in Love (1998)

Though not a traditional romantic comedy, it is funny (Ben Affleck [30]!), and it is very, very romantic. And Gwyneth Paltrow [31] won an Oscar for it, so it has that going for it too.

Watch it now! [32]

Ghost (1990)

Because there's nothing sexier than pottery.

Watch it now. [33]

Election (1999)

Pick Flick and re-watch this dark comedy starring Reese Witherspoon [34] and Matthew Broderick [35].

Watch it now. [36]

Indecent Proposal (1993)

Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore [37], and Robert Redford [38] form a sexy love triangle in this racy thriller.

Watch it now. [39]

Bulworth (1998)

Halle Berry [40] and Warren Beatty star in this political comedy about a senator who has a breakthrough and decides to be completely honest.

Watch it now. [41]

Hamlet (1996)

Kenneth Branagh's 1996 take on Shakespeare stars Mel Gibson [42] and earned four Oscar nominations. Give it a shot if you're feeling literary.

Watch it now. [43]

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Before Sleepy Hollow took over primetime, Johnny Depp [44] played Ichabod Crane in Tim Burton's creepy retelling of Washington Irving's classic tale.

Watch it now. [45]

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