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7 Completely Ridiculous 90s Movies You Forgot Existed

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Not every movie is going to be a box office smash, that is just the rule of numbers. If all of them are winners, are any of them really? Well, some of the movies that came out in the 90s were winners in one way: they had the most unusual plots imaginable.

Sure, they still have that nostalgic and hilarious cult classic feel, but they are absolutely some of the weirdest concepts imaginable. You've got basketball star genies, a pregnant man, a dinosaur cop and a whole lot more to look forward to.

Did you see any of these movies when you were younger?

1. Theodore Rex

No, this is a not a movie where a person just has the name Rex, it is a literal T-Rex. That's right, this classic 1995 film with a whopping 2.4 stars (out of 10) on IMDB, Whoopi Golgberg plays a futuristic cop who teams up with a dinosaur to find a mad scientist. Sounds like a great movie right?

2. Junior

Because you didn't realize you wanted to watch a movie about a pregnant Arnold Schwarzenegger until they made this. It also reunites Schwarzenegger with his Twins costar Danny DeVito and they are joined by one and only Emma Thompson so it's got to be good right?

3. Chairman of the Board

Who knew you could watch a whole movie staring Carrot Top... Did anyone want that? Well in this movie he plays a surfer/inventor who takes over a company when it is left to him by a wealthy friend. It has a whopping 2.3 stars so maybe it's just for very particular tastes.

There are even more ridiculous movies to remember...

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