90s

11 Facts About "My Girl" That You Can't See Without Your Glasses

Any child of the 80s and 90s will tell you that My Girl is the movie that emotionally wrecked them. You wanna know why our generation is so stone cold? Because we had to watch Anna Chlumsky mourn the loss of Macaulay Culkin. Even though we may not have forgotten the emotional betrayal that My Girl served to us on a silver platter, there are some things you may have never known about everyone's favorite 90s movies. 1. Title TroublesImagine EntertainmentThe original title of the movie was actually "Born Jaundiced." The producers wanted to change it, but they weren't having

00s

His Sister Is Famous, But What Happened To The Kid From "The Kid?"

In the early 2000s, it seemed like Spencer Breslin was going to be around forever. The young actor was appearing in movies and TV shows left, right, and center, and there were no signs of him slowing down. His first big break was in the year 2000 in the Bruce Willis movie The Kid, where he played the 8-year-old version of Willis's character. Breslin was an automatic hit, with his comedic timing and squeezable face making him the perfect child star. DisneyThen Breslin found himself in a couple smaller roles before turning up again in 2002 in the Disney Channel

00s

18 "FMyLife" Stories That Will Take You Right Back To High School

Remember the website FMyLife? Which stood for "Fuck My Life?" People would flock to the site every day to read about other people's problems and horribly embarrassing mishaps. Hearing someone yell "FML" was not uncommon at the time, and you could almost guarantee they'd head home to post about their troubles. These are some of the funniest ones we could find. Apologies in advance if this happened to you. 1. SavageFMyLife2. Maybe he was talking about the OTHER girl in front of him?FMyLife3. Typical DadFMyLife4. Roommates Are The WorstFMyLife5. Maybe it was auto-correct?FMyLife6. Was it Hamilton? That show

Retro

Wesley Snipes Almost Gave Us "Black Panther" 20 Years Ago

If you're anywhere near the internet these days (which you obviously are) then you've undoubtedly heard that Marvel's Black Panther is making movie history. The highly anticipated movie already broke the record for first-day advance ticket sales for a Marvel movie, previously held by Captain America: Civil War.Forbes/DisneyBlack Panther is also on pace to shatter the record for biggest advance ticket sales for any superhero movie in history. “Black Panther is riding an incredible wave of momentum right now,” said Fandango editor Erik Davis. “It’s one of the biggest and most anticipated movies to ever open in

90s

Hey, So Haley Joel Osment Is Still Hanging Around And He's Having A Time

We all remember Haley Joel Osment, right? He was the kid from Sixth Sense, Pay It Forward, and Secondhand Lions. Our hearts were totally ripped out when he died in Pay It Forward, and it's the first time I remember ugly crying during a film.Movie ForumsAt 12 years old, Osment was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting Role for Sixth Sense, where he uttered the iconic line "I see dead people."Movie ForumsIt seemed like Osmet was on track to become one of the best actors of his generation. He was

90s

The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Here, And People Definitely Have Opinions

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been a staple on television since 1987. Of course, comic book fans will know the first adventure involving the heroes in a half shell came out in 1984, but it's fair to say that the pizza-loving superheroes really shot to fame when the TV series started in 1987. TMNTPediaSince then, there have been six movies to hit theaters, as well as six TV shows which all followed different plots. Den of GeekDen of GeekIt was announced last year that a new Turtles series would be coming, called Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."Rise

90s

11 Facts About "The Wonder Years" You Can Get By With A Little Help From Your Friends

Fred Savage is a national treasure, and we would all do well to remember that. His role on The Wonder Years will go down in history as one of the best on a sitcom, and the show itself will follow in the same footsteps. The Wonder Years, set in the 1960s, gave us the coming of age story none of us knew we needed. Even the most dedicated fan may not know these things about the show, however!1. Big-Screen DreamsTV GuideThough it's hard to imagine The Wonder Years as anything other than a TV show, it was originally set

90s

Old Internet Slang We Will Never Admit To Using (But Totally Did)

The internet during the 90s and early 00s was a dark, scary place. Not just because creepy men tried to pick up underage girls in chat rooms, but also because we used the most obnoxious slang known to man. You can mock kids who say "bae" and "DKM" all you want, but we were the generation who said "ROFLcopter." So really, who are the ones that should be mocked?This was the most popular internet slang from back in the day and don't lie, you used it. 1. LAWLFlickrThis wasn't even short for anything. Lawl is just the phonetic way

80s

Super Mario Is Coming To The Big Screen, And Hopefully It's Better Than The Last Time

Super Mario was an important part of everyone's childhood. Hours were spent playing games on our N64s, Super Nintendos and Game Boys, trying to navigate our way through the Mushroom Kingdom. Business InsiderOf course, we all got a little too excited when it was announced that our favorite Italian plumbing brothers were getting their own TV show in 1990. We probably should have waited until after we saw it...because hoo boy, it was bad. Family ChannelIn 1993, we were subjected to the movie Super Mario Bros. starring John Leguizamo and Bob Hoskins. To say it was sub par would

90s

10 Things You'll Only Understand If You Grew Up With Strict Parents

Everyone who says parents are more strict today clearly never grew up in my household. I'm 25 years old and still get nervous when I have a drink because my parents made me think it was illegal to be drunk. They also made it seem like dating in high school was the end of the world and would derail your entire future. Sure, there may be more parents out there today who impose strict rules on their kids, but let's not pretend there weren't strict parents when we were growing up. This list is sure to give flashbacks to any