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10 Movies Forgotten By History But That Are Forever In Our Hearts

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The 90s had a bunch of hugely successful ventures that completely took over popular culture. Whether it's movies like Jurassic Park, Home Alone, or The Matrix, it seemed like there was no shortage of amazing stories to enjoy.

But what about those movies that were maybe a little bit less popular? A lot of us became completely obsessed with movies that maybe didn't have the same enormous following, but that didn't mean the fans weren't equally obsessed.

These are the best cult classics from the 90s, see if your favorite is one of them!

1. Pulp Fiction

Miramax Films

The epic return of John Travolta into popular culture has given a lot of people quotable moments for over 20 years now. Also, you cannot escape that dance, people will do that until the end of time.

2. The Big Lebowski

PolyGram Filmed Entertainment

The crazy characters, dream sequences and unconventional story line helped make this movie into something that people had never seen before, and luckily they seemed to love it.

3. Office Space

20th Century Fox

A realistic look on people in the workplace hit really close to home. It did moderately well, but the home sales made it a huge success.  

4. Empire Records

Warner Bros.

A day in the life of teens at a record store may not seem very exciting, but it's honestly one of the best movies from the decade, hands down. It feels a lot more honest then some of the others, and it is just so much fun to watch.

5. Fight Club

20th Century Fox

Fight Club seems to be one of those movies that every guy in high school was obsessed with. No matter who you asked, they absolutely loved this movie. It ended up doing pretty well in its inital release, but DVD sales helped it get cult classic status.

What else have we continued to watch?

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