In this article, we’ll be Ranking the 90s Biggest Box Office Hits. Join us as we rediscover the magic of these films.
The first spot on our list goes to “Titanic”, the tragic love story of Rose and Jack which emerged as the highest-grossing movie of the ’90s.
Released in 1999, Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace was the first chronologically but the fourth mainline Star Wars film.
This film revolutionized the box office, amassing a staggering $357 million in its initial run.
Fourth on the list is Forrest Gump, a heartwarming film, follows the life of a kind-hearted but intellectually challenged man.
This beloved Disney classic, holds a special place in the hearts of ’90s kids. Regarded as the pinnacle of animated films.
The 1996 sci-fi action film showcased aliens’ plot to conquer and annihilate the world over the Fourth of July weekend.
The 1999 psychological thriller, forever links the trio M. Night Shyamalan, Bruce Willis, and Haley Joel Osment.
The beloved 1990 film Home Alone follows Kevin, left behind by his family on vacation, as he confronts two burglars targeting his home.
The 1997 blockbuster hit Men in Black is an iconic action comedy movie that features the dynamic duo of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as Agents J and K.
Last on the list is Toy Story 2 which surpassed its predecessor’s success as the highest-grossing film of the year.