Remember the '90s fondly with great films like Big Daddy. Recall lovingly the first time you heard little Frankenstein say that he wipes his own ass. Then try not to cry.
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Melissa Joan Hart. Adrian Grenier. High school love and hijinks. Oh the memories!
You had me at Netflix.
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Normally strangers who strike up unprovoked conversations are annoying, but Forrest Gump gets a major pass. Carve out some serious couch time for this award-winning film starring Tom Hanks.
More Tom Hanks? You got it! The definition of romantic comedy, Sleepless in Seattleis ready for your giggles and tears on Netflix.
Remember when Katherine Heigl was a bratty teen that drove her father (Gerard Depardieu) bonkers and let the whole town believe that he was her abusive lover? Cute, right?
Warning: this movie will most assuredly inspire you to take up a pottery class with your beau.
Go back to when the bromance between Ben Affleck and Matt Damon went from bro-status to pro-status.
The hilarious SNL skit made famous by Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan took on a new life in this 1998 film.
You're, like, totally buggin' if you don't watch this movie on Netflix, especially considering it just turned 20.
Wait, Wayne's World is on Netflix? We're not worthy!
If you're in a Shakespearean mood, go ahead and watch Romeo + Juliet with Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio. As if any of us need a reason to watch this Baz Luhmann classic again.
There's no shortage of Leonardo DiCaprio movies on Netflix. And knowing exactly how this story ends (spoiler alert: the boat sinks) won't stop us from watching it over and over.
Craving even more Leo? How about some Johnny Depp as well? What's Eating Gilbert Grape?is an amazing film and completely worth streaming.
Pour yourself a white Russian and settle in for a viewing with your bowling buddies. Don't spill your drink on the rug, though.
Tommy Boy was released in nineteen-niner-five and now you can watch it on Netflix. Yes, you did catch a "niner" in there.
It's a tough feat, but Natalie Portman has never been cuter than in this action-packed movie. Bonus: Gary Oldman puts on a killer performance.
Clerks brought us Jay and Silent Bob, which is a big deal. So if this DVD is missing from your stoner film collection, do yourself a favor and watch it on Netflix right now.
Laugh, cry, and then laugh while you're crying with this amazing Robin Williams movie.
Love Tarantino flicks? Netflix has you covered. Start with his first big one, Reservoir Dogs and say hello to Mr. Pink.
Follow Reservoir Dogs with Pulp Fiction, obviously. Suggestion: this time, have a Royale with cheese with your Netflix instead of pizza.
Then get to know Pam Grier as Jackie Brown, a flight attendant stuck between the cops and a drug ring. If you've got a full Tarantino momentum going, you can watch his non-90s movies on Netflix as well.
Watch Drew Barrymore, Neve Campbell, and Courteney Cox go up against a creepy killer in a pre-caller ID world in this horror classic.
Gwyneth Paltrow took home an Oscar for her role in this movie, making it a must-see.
This coming-of-age movie features three friends reminiscing about their adolescence. They learn about sex and relationships in a way so familiar you'll think you grew up with stars Omar Epps and Taye Diggs.
Is this movie good? Is it so bad it's good? Either way, it's a classic and you can form your own opinions when you watch it on Netflix.
Maybe wait until all of the pizza is gone to watch this one.
Throwback to when Christina Ricci was pint-sized ghoul-child Wednesday Addams.
This movie brings us Sandra Bullock at her heartwarming-est. If that's not enough Sandy for you, Forces of Nature is also available to stream.
Based on the book series, this movie stars an adorable little Michelle Trachtenberg as Harriet.