- Movies that were released in 1999 are turning 20 years old this year.
- Some movies that came out 20 years ago include animated flicks like “Toy Story 2” and “Tarzan” and romantic comedies like “10 Things I Hate About You” and “Runaway Bride.”
- “Fight Club” and “Stuart Little” also turn 20 this year.
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So it’s still pretty hard to believe that 1999 was two decades ago. It’s also surprising to know that there are so many popular, widely loved films that are turning 20 years old this year.
Here are some films that have been in circulation for two decades as of 2019.
“Cruel Intentions” is older than you think.
The rules from “Fight Club” have been circulating for 20 years now.
Starring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton, this Oscar-nominated film has since become a cult classic.
“10 Things I Hate About You” isn’t a teen anymore.
“The Blair Witch Project” has been terrifying audiences for two decades.
Over the past 20 years, many have experienced the terror that comes with watching “The Blair Witch Project.”
Featuring spooky noises, a pitch-black forest, witch folklore, and gruesome murders, this horror movie has been lauded for its use of sound effects and documentary-style filming.
You’ve been doing “The Matrix” backbend for two decades.
Believe it or not, the first movie in this iconic Keanu-Reeves trilogy first premiered in 1999.
“Toy Story 2” was released in 1999 and 20 years later the final movie in the series will debut.
This one will definitely make you feel a little bit nostalgic – “Toy Story 2” was released in theatres 20 years ago.
This also means the fourth and final film in the series, which is set to be released in June 2019, will premiere 20 years after the world first met Jessie and Bullseye.
“Green Mile” has been around for two decades.
“The Green Mile” grossed nearly $US300 million during its worldwide release and it has received several Oscar nominations. Perhaps one of the most underrated Tom Hanks films, “The Green Mile” is adapted from Stephen King’s novel of the same name.
“Big Daddy” is now 20 years old.
Cole Sprouse might be a “Riverdale” star now, but before was breaking hearts as Jughead, he (and his twin brother Dylan Sprouse) played Adam Sandler’s adoptive son in the ’90s comedy “Big Daddy.”
“Never Been Kissed” has been around for two decades and some don’t think it’s aged well.
“Tarzan” turns 20 this year.
With famous actors like Minnie Driver, Glenn Close, and Tony Goldwyn lending their voices to the animated project, it’s no surprise the film won so many awards.
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“Runaway Bride” turns 20 this year.
“Runaway Bride,” the classic rom-com starring Julia Roberts, turns 20 this year. Richard Gere also starred in the film and he and Roberts had acted together nine years prior in “Pretty Woman.”
Roberts’ film “Notting Hill” was also released in 1999.
“Stuart Little” made its debut in 1999.
This movie about a family who adopted a mouse named Stuart first hit theatres two decades ago. It was adapted from E.B. White’s book of the same name.
A sequel to the film would be released just three years later in 2002.