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Subject: Box Office 90s Movies That You Were Disappointed With

Written By: Retrolover on 07/03/19 at 10:05 am

What are some box office number one films from the 90s that you thought would be great, but turned out to be mediocre or terrible?

By Year

1990: Dick Tracy
1991: Nightmare on Elm Street 6: Freddy’s Dead
1992: Lethal Weapon 3
1993: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3
1994: Major League 2
1995: Mortal Kombat
1996: The Crow: City of Angels
1997: Scream 2
1998: Godzilla
1999: Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

Subject: Re: Box Office 90s Movies That You Were Disappointed With

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/03/19 at 10:11 am

From 1999, what turned out to be Stanley Kubrick's last film "Eyes Wide Shut", let's just say I was disappointed with it.

Subject: Re: Box Office 90s Movies That You Were Disappointed With

Written By: Retrolover on 07/03/19 at 10:31 am


From 1999, what turned out to be Stanley Kubrick's last film "Eyes Wide Shut", let's just say I was disappointed with it.


“Days of Thunder” will always be Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s best movie.

“Runaway Bride” was no “Pretty Woman” either. I nominate that movie as another disappointment of the 90s.

Subject: Re: Box Office 90s Movies That You Were Disappointed With

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/09/19 at 5:54 am


“Days of Thunder” will always be Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s best movie.
"Far And Away" has been always a favourite of mine with these two moviestars together.

Subject: Re: Box Office 90s Movies That You Were Disappointed With

Written By: Retrolover on 07/09/19 at 4:58 pm


"Far And Away" has been always a favourite of mine with these two moviestars together.


I forgot about that one. “Days of Thunder” was a bigger deal in the early 90s because Americans were still “Top Gun” fans when it came out. “Days of Thunder” made a lot of NASCAR fans out of people who were into other sports at the time.

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