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5 Best Movies From the 90s About Relationships

Hollywood has a history of producing classic romantic movies, and if we look back, we find that the 90s have contributed a lot to this glorious history. The decade of the 90s was when one after another, Hollywood supplied a lot of romantic movies to the screen, and many of them set different benchmarks in terms of creativity, screenplay, or cinematography. Let’s scroll down and find the top picks for you. 

Pretty Woman

Pretty Woman is one of the best movies from the 90s as well as one of the first hits of the decade. The film revolves around Edward, a rich entrepreneur, and Vivian, a prostitute. Edward hires Vivian to accompany him to a few social events, and after spending some time, ends up falling in love with her. The film keeps the audience gripped till the end as they witness the love story sprouting between people from two entirely different worlds and their efforts to bridge the gap. Julia Roberts (Vivian Ward), Richard Gere (Edward Lewis), Laura San Giacomo (Kit De Luca), and Héctor Elizondo (Barney Thompson) are starring in this film. Garry Marshall directed this film. Pretty Woman has received an IMDb rating of 7.

The Man In The Moon

The Man In The Moon hit the theatres a year after Pretty Woman and left the audience enticed with a gorgeous love story. The film featured Dani, a 14-year-old girl, falling in love with her neighbor, Court Foster. The film witnesses the struggle of their love life as they try to cope with each other’s feelings. Reese Witherspoon (Dani Trant), Jason London (Court Foster), Emily Warfield (Maureen Trant), and Sam Waterston (Matthew Trant) are starring in this film. Robert Mulligan has directed this film. The Man In The Moon has received an IMDb rating of 7.4. 

Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump gave a fresh definition to the whole cinema world with its arrival in theatres in 1994. The film follows the life of Forrest Gump, a man with a low IQ, experienced a lot of key historical events throughout his life and achieved a lot. However, for him, the only purpose of his life was to reunite with his childhood sweetheart, Jenny. Robert Zemeckis has directed this film, and the film has received an IMDb rating of 8.8. Forrest Gump bagged an Academy Award for Best Picture. 


Titanic became one of the most popular and highest-grossing films of all time after it hit the theatres in 1997. The film is considered one of the best works of legendary director James Cameron. The film featured a 17-year-old girl, Rose, who comes from an aristocratic family and is going to get married soon. However, she falls in love with Jack Dawson, an artist, after she meets him on Titanic, a ship that is going to meet a tragic end.

Before Sunrise

Before Sunrise is another great movie released in the 90s. The film follows the love story of Jesse and Celine, an American man and a French woman. They meet each other while traveling on a train in Europe, and unfortunately, the day they meet is the last day for Jess in Europe, as he has to return to the USA on the next day. They decide to spend his last day in Europe together, which gets them involved. Ethan Hawke (Jesse Wallace), Julie Delpy (Celine), Andrea Eckert (Wife in the train), and Dominik Castell (Street Poet) are starring in this film. The film is directed by Richard Linklater. Before Sunrise has received an IMDb rating of 8.1. 

Many movies rolled out on the screen in the 90s and became the epitome of success in the cinema world. You should watch the movies listed above and enjoy the feeling of nostalgia.

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