Your Ultimate Guide to the Best ’90s Classics on Netflix Right Now | Entertainment

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The 1990s were a decade of true culture with the release of Furbies in 1998, Tamagotchis in 1997 and the publication of the first Harry Potter novel in 1997.

It has also been a decade of incredible film and television with the release of Disney classics such as The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin as well as now iconic shows such as Friends and Rugrats.

While home theater was ruled by VHS back in the 90s, these days if you want a little nostalgia all you need to do is head to Netflix for a huge selection of visual gems.

But if you’re not sure what your fancy is, check out our top picks from Netflix’s’ 90s collection.

What are you waiting for? Take the popcorn and watch.

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Classics of the 90s on Netflix

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Obviously, Clueless was going to be at the top of this list. Based on Jane Austen’s Emma, ​​this film gives us everything we could expect from a romantic comedy. In addition, some lines are simply ICONIC.

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In other TV and movie news, The Crown’s Matt Smith and Olivia Colman will star in a star-spangled adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s children’s book The Superworm this Christmas and it’s the perfect family movie that warms your hearts.

The story tells the story of a mighty worm who helps his fellow bugs and bugs until one day he is captured by an evil wizarding lizard and his creepy companion the Raven (voiced by Rob Brydon) who try to make him dig him. for a treasure. So it’s up to his friend the butterfly to lead a rescue mission to save him and save the day.

Superworm will air on BBC One on Christmas Day at 2:30 p.m. and will air on BBC iPlayer the same day.


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