nostalgia Movies That No '90s Kid Is Nostalgic About  

Jacob Shelton
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List Rules Vote up the movies that played a role in your #90schildhood, but you would be just fine never remembering again after casting your vote.

In the '90s, there was nothing as exciting as the first moment you stepped foot in a video rental store on a Friday night. School was out for the week, and you could spend the next two days vegging out with whatever had just made it’s way to the 99 cent rental aisle (or a new rental if you were living that #allowancelife).

As much as we idealize that time in our life as a moment that was truly special, we definitely watched a lot of lame '90s movies. It doesn’t matter if you were a sci-fi nerd, or strictly into movies about youth sports teams overcoming adversities, there are so many '90s movies that don't hold up. In fact, they were so forgettable that you should be able to get a refund on your decades old purchases. If you’re still mad about wasting all that money on your multiple rentals of Sidekicks, then get excited for the rest of these '90s movies you aren't nostalgic about.

Maybe you liked a lot of the movies when you were a kid, and that’s fine. You were dumb. We all were. But you have to admit that despite the soft, gooey place they hold in your heart that there are some '90s films you hate now. Let the hate flow through you while and take these pieces of '90s trash to task.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles I... is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Movies That No '90s Kid Is Nostalgic About
Photo: New Line Cinema

Seriously, why was this movie made? The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are so cool. Why do you have to ruin everything that's pure and sacred, Hollywood? Children gave this movie so many chances to be awesome.

Honestly, trying to care about where the turtles were going to eat pizza in feudal Japan before their four lamps left them stranded in the annals of time forever took up most of 1993. That year was basically a wash in terms of children's brainpower, and it's this movie's fault.  

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Jungle 2 Jungle

Jungle 2 Jungle is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Movies That No '90s Kid Is Nostalgic About
Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

What did Tim Allen do that let him appear in so many forgettable '90s movies? Make some sort of deal with the Mediocre Devil? For a good five years, he was the default befuddled dad in every other Disney movie. It remains baffling to this day.

Upon rewatching this movie, it's clear that the Walt Disney corporation owned the rights to "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and just wanted to use it in something. Also, that title is wildly confusing. Jungle 2 Jungle? Was there a Jungle 1 Jungle that we thankfully missed? 

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Mac And Me

Mac and Me is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Movies That No '90s Kid Is Nostalgic About
Photo: Orion Pictures

Out of all the E.T. knock-offs, in all the towns, in all the world, why did your parents insist on renting Mac and Me for you every other weekend? Was it a cheaper rental? Or did they know that at the tender age of 7 you had no discernable taste for movies about kids who had aliens for friends? Either way, the only way you remember this one is if the (weirdly slimy) puppet still haunts your nightmares. 

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Suburban Commando

Suburban Commando is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Movies That No '90s Kid Is Nostalgic About
Photo: New Line Cinema

The greatest trick Hulk Hogan ever pulled was convincing '90s kids that he was a viable action star. Well, that and doing the same thing in the mid-'00s to reality TV executives. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, he is not. 

If children hadn't rented this movie so often, there never would have been a Mr. Nanny. Heck, they might have even stopped production on 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain. Truly, that is the greatest tragedy of our time. 

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