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Bring Back The 90s Highest Grossing Movies Of Each Year, Ranked By IMDB

Bring Back The 90s Highest Grossing Movies Of Each Year Ranked By IMDB

The ’90s was filled with some blockbuster movies. From sci-fi to emotional, romantic drama movies, the ’90s was a decade full of successful films. Below are some blockbusters, which were also the ’90s highest-grossing movies ranked by IMDB.

1. Star Wars: Episode 1 ‘The Phantom Menace’ – 1999 (6.5) Fans waited so long for this movie, but the dull plot disappointed many. Though the movie had some incredible action sequences which helped the film to cross $924.3 million, still some people argued that it might be the worst entry in Star Wars.

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2. 1998 – Armageddon (6.7): Armageddon was a story of core drillers who destroyed an asteroid heading towards Earth. The movie had a tremendous impact on the audience, which helped the film cross $556.7 million. From emotional elements to big stars and a fantastic soundtrack, Armageddon had it all.

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3. 1996 – Independence Day (7.0) Independence Day was a total hit and had jaw-dropping special effects, relatable characters, and an alien invasion plot. The movie even won an Oscar for its mind-blowing visual effects.

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4. 1990 – Ghost (7.1): The ’90s was also famous for its romantic movies, and Ghost is one of them. Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore’s love story brought $505.7 million. The film was nominated for Best-Picture.

5. 1995 – Die Hard With A Vengeance (7.6) The movie starred John McClane (Bruce Willis), working with a partner (Samuel L. Jackson) to stop bomb threats. Movie reviews were both good and bad.

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6. 1997 – Titanic (7.8): Titanic is one of the ’90s highest-grossing movies. With a fantastic soundtrack, outstanding performances by lead actors, and the epic Titanic moment, which won everyone’s hearts. Thus, the movie broke all records with $1.843 billion.

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7. 1992 – Aladdin (8.0) Aladdin won the box office with $504 million and had so many attractive musical numbers. With mind-blowing animation and remarkable voice performance from Robin Williams.

8. 1993 – Jurassic Park (8.1): This movie has some legendary scenes, like the T-rex scene. The storyline of the film made it a blockbuster. The story follows a group of dinosaurs getting loose at a theme park, and the story is honestly so thrilling. Also, the special effects were way too good.

9. 1994 – The Lion King (8.5) The movie’s storyline is so timeless that even after several remakes and re-releases, every remake was a success. It features emotional scenes and the audience still can’t get over it.

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10. 1991 – Terminator 2: Judgment Day (8.5): With an IMDB rating of 8.5, Terminator 2 is filled with some tremendous action sequences and effects. The movie follows Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) returning to battle with a more developed Terminator with help from her son and her enemy (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from the first part.

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