The greatest ‘90s spy movies have the usual blend of comedy and intrigue. Against the backdrop of a changing world, ‘90s spy movies explore new themes, such as global and domestic terrorism. Cold War themes dominated spy movies for the previous 50 years, so these funny espionage films from the 1990s are a breath of fresh air.
What are the top ‘90s spy movies? Old standbys like James Bond appear on this list, but newer spy heroes emerged in the 1990s, such as the Mission Impossible franchise’s Ethan Hunt, played by Tom Cruise. Known for doing many of his own stunts, Cruise electrified audiences in the first Mission Impossible, directed by Brian de Palma. If you are interested in a spy movie starring Robert DeNiro, Ronin is the film for you. If you’re looking for the ultimate spy parody, Austin Powers can provide you with plenty of covert laughs.
For fans of superhero spy movies, you can find the original cinematic versions of Captain America and Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Before Samuel L. Jackson, Director Fury was portrayed by David Hasselhoff. Vote up the best '90s spy movies, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comment section.