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10 Best Live-Action Movies From The Early ’90s, Ranked By IMDb

The days of waiting for the Disney Vault to reopen are over, as Disney+ subscribers have instant access to an ever-growing library of Disney movies right at their fingertips, not to mention the previously non-Disney properties the company has acquired. recently. years. Along with animated classics, Disney Channel Originals, and high-profile documentaries, Disney+ features a slew of live-action films from the company that span decades.

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Disney’s lineup of live-action films from the early 1990s is certainly interesting and presents a fascinating look at not only the Hollywood landscape of the time, but also pop culture in general.

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ten Blank Check (1994) – 5.3


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Preston Waters is an unlucky 11-year-old child. When his bike is backed into a bank parking lot, the driver hastily hands Preston a blank check to make things right. Naturally, Preston writes the check for a million dollars, and the film follows the outlandish hi-jinks that arise from this kid who suddenly has more money than he knows what to do with.


9 Life with Mikey (1993) – 5.6


Life with Mikey is a true treasure of the 90s. The film stars Michael J. Fox as a child actor turned agent for a talented little girl with a difficult home life. With the agency struggling and the agent losing direction, the little girl changes her whole world for the better, teaching her how important it is to invest in and believe in children, especially those with the no more help needed.


8 The Adventures of Huck Finn (1993) – 6.2


Several adaptations have been made of Mark Twain’s classic novel, and Disney’s 1993 version remains one of the most beloved. Huck Finn (played by Elijah Wood) is a runaway whose worldview is completely changed when he spends time with a runaway slave named Jim (played by Courtney B. Vance). The film sees the titular character struggling with racism and prejudice while his new friend Jim is not at all what he expected.


7 The Rocketeer (1991) – 6.5


The Rocket may not be one of the best-known Disney movies, but it’s a unique sci-fi family adventure. Set in the 1930s, it centers on Cliff Secord (Billy Campbell) who stumbles upon a secret jetpack belonging to a fictionalized version of real-life aviator and filmmaker Howard Hughes. As Cliff becomes a rocket-powered hero, everyone is on the hunt for him and his jetpack in this fun action movie.


6 Santa Claus (1994) – 6.5


Santastarring Tim Allen, is hard to beat when it comes to 1990s Christmas movies. them literally becomes Santa Claus.

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With a little suspension of disbelief, the film warms the hearts of viewers year after year and has undoubtedly earned its rightful place in the pantheon of classic Christmas movies. Its two sequels, not so much.


5 Iron Will (1994) – 6.6


Will Stoneman with a sled dog in Iron Will

Will of iron is a play on the name of the main character Will Stoneman (Mackenzie Astin), who must help his family survive financially after a tragic accident and participates in a dog sled race in the hope of winning ten thousand dollars. The race begins in Winnepeg, Canada and ends in St. Paul, Minnesota. With Gus as his lead dog, Will faces dangerously cold weather and treacherous terrain in this long and treacherous event.


4 Castaway (1991) – 6.7


Castaway stars Stian Smestad as Haakon Haakonsen, a Norwegian cabin boy in 1850s England. When the boy’s father is injured, he must earn money for his family, survive a shipwreck, and fend off pirates who come to kidnap his friends. The action-packed adventure film was based on a book by Norwegian writer Oluf Falck-Ytter, titled “Haakon Haakonsen: A Norwegian Robinson” in English.




3 White Fang (1991) – 6.7


White Fang is based on a 1906 novel by Jack London of the same name, about a character and his wolf-dog living in the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1890s. Jack, played by Ethan Hawke, is a young man looking for gold in the Yukon Valley because it was his father’s last wish. With the help of a gold digger guide and the titular canine companion, Jack journeys through manhood in the wild.


2 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993) – 6.9


Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey is almost a rite of passage for those who came of age in the 1990s. The uplifting yet suspenseful film was shown regularly on family movie nights, in classrooms and at sleepovers for years after its release. exit.

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The film features a bulldog named Chance, a golden retriever named Shadow, and a Himalayan cat named Sassy. The three go on a wild adventure through the Sierra Nevada mountains in search of their family who they think has left them, but who are only on vacation.


1 Cool Races (1993) – 7.0


Based on the amazing true story, Cool races is about four unlikely Jamaican athletes who decided to become competitors in the Winter Olympics while living in a country with warm weather all year round.

They travel to wintery Alberta, Canada, to train under Coach Irv (played by comedy legend John Candy) in this funny and inspiring film that dramatizes the events leading up to the formation of the first Jamaican Olympic bobsled team.

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