Best of the 90's (10pk)

Best of the 90's (10pk)

Two good-natured but stupid friends drive across the country to return a client's briefcase. Retired outlaws pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty. The ultimate master of ceremonies is left at the altar at his own wedding. A banker is wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife and her lover. The fastest hands in the East meet the biggest mouth in the West to investigate a kidnapping. A sweet, socially inept bank teller discovers a magical mask that brings his innermost desires to screaming life. Craig manages to get fired on his day off and spends the day hanging out with his buddy Smokey. Austin Powers and Ms. Kensington must stop Dr. Evil's outrageous plot to control the world. A smalltime thug rises through violent underworld of New York under the guidance of Jimmy Conway. A man comes to believe that his everyday world is the product of a computer-driven digital matrix that feeds on humans.
Two good-natured but stupid friends drive across the country to return a client's briefcase. Retired outlaws pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty. The ultimate master of ceremonies is left at the altar at his own wedding. A banker is wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife and her lover. The fastest hands in the East meet the biggest mouth in the West to investigate a kidnapping. A sweet, socially inept bank teller discovers a magical mask that brings his innermost desires to screaming life. Craig manages to get fired on his day off and spends the day hanging out with his buddy Smokey. Austin Powers and Ms. Kensington must stop Dr. Evil's outrageous plot to control the world. A smalltime thug rises through violent underworld of New York under the guidance of Jimmy Conway. A man comes to believe that his everyday world is the product of a computer-driven digital matrix that feeds on humans.

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  • Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

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    It's a smashing shagadelic party as Mike Myers (Wayne's World 1 & 2, So I Married an Axe Murderer) and Elizabeth Hurley (Dangerous Ground) star in a non-stop, hilarious comedy adventure.Frozen in the 60's, secret agent Austin Powers (Myers) is thawed back into action to once again battle his archenemy Dr. Evil. With his sexy sidekick Ms. Kensington (Hurley), Austin must stop Dr. Evil's outrageous plot to control the world. But first, this time-warped swinger must get hip quick and discover that there's no free love in the 90's!An all-star supporting cast including Michael York, Robert Wagner, Mimi Rogers and Carrie Fisher make Austin Powers a wacky, far-out trip you won't forget.
  • Dumb and Dumber

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    For Harry and Lloyd every day is a no-brainer. Golden Globe-winner Jim Carrey ("Man on the Moon", "The Truman Show") and Golden Globe-nominee Jeff Daniels (The Squid and the Whale, , Speed,) star as two good-natured but incredibly stupid friends who drive across the United States to return a clients briefcase in this comedy blockbuster. Also starring Lauren Holly (What Women Want, , Any Given Sunday,) and Academy Award-nominee Teri Garr (Tootsie, , Mr. Mom,).
  • Friday

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    Based in South Central, Los Angeles, this comedy with a strong hip-hop soundtrack features Craig (Ice Cube - Boyz in the Hood,"Are We There Yet?"), who manages to get fired on his day off (though he claims it' through no fault of his own) and spends the day hanging out with his buddy Smokey (Chris Tucker - Rush Hour, franchise"The Fifth Element") and trying to avoid his father (John Witherspoon Boomerang, , Little Man, ), who wants him to find another job immediately. Smokey (whose name might have something to do with his tremendous fondness for marijuana) has even more serious of a problem, he was given $200 worth of weed to sell by Big Worm (Faizon Love Elf, , Who's Your Caddy?,), but he ended up smoking it instead, and if he cant come up with the money by the end of the day, hell be in a world of hurt and will put Craig in the same place just for being his friend. Also written by Ice Cube.
  • GoodFellas

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    When Martin Scorsese, one of the world's most skillful and respected directors, reunited with two-time Oscar-winner Robert De Niro in GoodFellas, the result was one of the most powerful films of the year.Based on the true-life best seller Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi and backed by a dynamic pop/rock oldies soundtrack, critics and filmgoers alike declared GoodFellas great. It was named 1990's best film by the New York, Los Angeles and National Society of Film Critics. And it earned six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director.Robert De Niro received wide recognition for his performance as veteran criminal Jimmy "The Gent" Conway. And as the volatile Tommy DeVito, Joe Pesci walked off with the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Academy Award nominee Lorraine Bracco, Ray Liotta and Paul Sorvino also turned in electrifying performances. You have to see it to believe it - then watch it again. GoodFellas explores the criminal life like no other movie.
  • Rush Hour

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    The fastest hands in the East meet the biggest mouth in the West when legendary martial arts daredevil Jackie Chan (Shanghai Noon, , The Forbidden Kingdom,) teams with comedic powerhouse Chris Tucker ("Jackie Brown" The Fifth Element,) in Rush Hour. When Hong Kong police detective inspector Lee's (Chan) favorite pupil is kidnapped in America, the dedicated cop and martial arts genius travels to the United States to find her. Unhappy to have a meddling outsider, the FBI assigns reckless, arrogant and infuriating LAPD detective James Carter (Tucker) to baby-sit Lee--and keep him away from the investigation. But these two very different cops will stop at nothing to find the missing girl.
  • The Mask

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    When he dons an ancient Norse mask, perennial looser Stanley Ipkiss moves at warp speed, knows people's every desire and can satisfy every whim, and dances like Fred Astaire, Barishnikov and Gumby combined. He's s-s-s-smokin'! Golden Globe-winner Jim Carrey ("Yes Man", "The Number 23") and Golden Globe-nominee Cameron Diaz ("There's Something About Mary", "Charlie's Angels") star in this story of a sweet, socially inept bank teller who discovers a magical mask that brings his innermost desires to screaming life, and transforms him into a superhero -- but one whom you may not want to call for help. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, Jim Carrey was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actor for his performance in this blockbuster, which grossed more than $119 million domestically, and $344 million worldwide!
  • The Matrix

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    Have you ever had a dream that you were so sure was real? What if you couldn't awaken? How would you know the difference between dream and reality? When a beautiful stranger (Carrie Ann Moss) leads computer hacker Neo (Keanu Reeves) to a forbidding underworld, he discovers the shocking truth--the life he knows is the elaborate deception of an evil cyber-intelligence. Neo joins legendary and dangerous rebel warrior Morpheus (Lawrence Fishburne) in the battle to destroy the illusion enslaving humanity. Now, every move, every second, every thought becomes a fight to stay alive--to escape The Matrix.
  • The Shawshank Redemption

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    A prominent banker unjustly convicted of murder spends many years in the Shawshank prison. He is befriended by a convict who knows the ropes and helps him to cope with the frightening realities of prison life.
  • The Wedding Singer

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    It's 1985 and Adam Sandler is the ultimate master of ceremonies...until he is left at the altar at his own wedding. He starts to pick up the pieces of his heart after meeting Drew Barrymore but she's about to have a wedding of her own.
  • Unforgiven

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    Unforgiven is a modern classic that “summarizes everything I feel about the Western,” director/star Clint Eastwood told the Los Angeles Times. This American Film Institute Top-100 American Movies selection rode off with four 1992 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman) and Editing (Joel Cox). Eastwood and Morgan Freeman play retired outlaws who pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty. Richard Harris is an ill-fated killer-for-hire. And Hackman is a lawman of sly charm…and chilling brutality. Unforgiven is “a Western for the ages” (Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times).