Do you remember the films that came out when you were a child growing up? These were movies we begged our family members to take us to see or we even sneaked into the theater to see them. Well, these movies were just one of the things that made growing up fun. Not only did they fuel our imagination, they also inspired many of our dream jobs and goals we would like to accomplish.
The '90s, especially when it comes to film, was one of the best decades of all time. Not only did we see some of the best animated films, like "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Lion King," we also saw the introduction of CGI films, like "Toy Story" and "A Bug's Life." There were also films like "Home Alone," "Jurassic Park," "Jingle All the Way" and "The Mighty Ducks," all of which are now '90s classics.
How well do you know your 90's children movies? If you were given an image of each of them, would you be able to correctly identify them? Well, only 7 percent of people can. Will you be one of them? There is only one way to find out, and that's by taking this quiz!
"Home Alone" is a 1990 American comedy movie about Kevin McCallister, a young boy who was forgotten at home while his family flew to Paris for their Christmas vacation. The movie starred Macaulay Culkin as Kevin and Catherine O’Hara and John Heard as his parents.
"Dennis the Menace" is a 1993 comedy film based on a comic strip by Hank Ketcham with the same name. It is the third live-action film based on the strip and is about a mischievous boy named Dennis, who is always wreaking havoc on his neighbor, Mr. George Wilson.
"The Lion King" is a 1994 animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animations. Its voice cast included James Earl Jones, Matthew Broderick, Whoopie Goldberg and Jonathan Taylor Thomas. It follows a young lion named Simba, who after the death of his father, must decide if he wants to be king.
"It Takes Two" is a 1995 comedy about two girls who look identical but come from different backgrounds. One day, they accidentally meet and eventually team up to stop one of their parent’s wedding. It stars twin actresses Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg.
"Thumbelina" is a 1994 animated musical based on a Hans Christian Andersen book with the same name. It tells the story of a tiny girl who meets a fairy prince who protects her from the different creatures in the woods.
"The Mighty Ducks" is a 1992 American sports comedy about a Minnesota lawyer who was sentenced to community service and must coach a group of misfits in a hockey team. It was the first movie in the series of three movies.
"Matilda" in a 1996 American comedy based on a Roald Dahl movie of the same name. It starred Mara Wilson as the young telekinetic genius Matilda and Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman and Brian Levinson as her dysfunctional family.
"Babe" is a 1995 American comedy based on the Dick King Smith novel, “The Sheep-Pig." It follows a young pig who was raised by sheepdogs on a farm and learned how to herd sheep. It starred Hugo Weaving, Christine Cavanaugh and Miriam Margolyes as the voices of the animals.
"Hocus Pocus" is a 1993 horror fantasy film about three evil witches who were resurrected by a male teenager on Halloween night. It was then up to two teens and an immortal cat to stop them. The movie starred Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy and Bette Midler as the three witches.
"Problem Child" is a 1990 American comedy about a mischievous young boy who was adopted by a man and his wife. He pushed them to their limits but after being kidnapped by his pen pal, it was up to his new family to rescue him.
"The Sandlot" is a 1993 American sports film that followed a group of young baseball players and a new kid on the block who they decide to take under their wing. It stars Tom Guiry, Art LaFleur and Mike Vitar as some of the team members.
"FernGully: The Last Rainforest" is a 1992 animated film set in the rainforest which is inhabited by fairies and other mythical creatures who try to prevent their home from being destroyed by humans and a dark being known as Hexxus.
"Space Jam" is a 1996 American live-action and animated film featuring the Looney Toons cartoon characters and basketball player Michael Jordan. It followed the cast as they fight against a group of aliens who want to enslave them then take them back to their home planet.
"Free Willy" is a 1993 family drama about a young boy in foster care who becomes great friends with an orca. The film was wildly successful not only because of its message but also because Michael Jackson performed the theme song for the film.
"Harriet the Spy" is a 1996 American comedy film based on a 1964 novel of the same name. It starred Michelle Trachtenberg as an 11-year-old sixth grader who also happened to be a spy and a writer in her spare time.
"Hook" is a 1991 fantasy film that starred Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, Maggie Smith and Julia Roberts. It was based on J. M. Barrie’s novel, Peter and Wendy – but with a new spin. It follows Peter, a workaholic lawyer who returns to Neverland to save his children.
"Mrs. Doubtfire is a 1993 comedy drama based on Anne Fine’s novel, Alias Madame Doubtfire. The movie followed a recently-divorced actor who dressed up as a female housekeeper so he could interact with his kids. The Academy Award-winning movie starred Robin Williams, Sally Field and Pierce Brosnan as its main cast.
"3 Ninjas" is a 1992 action comedy film that followed three brothers, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum, who train in the art of Ninjutsu with their grandfather. It was the first in a series of four movies which together earned more than $40 million at the box office.
"Jumanji" is a 1995 fantasy film based on a 1981 children’s book of the same name. The movie, which stars Robin Williams and Kirsten Dunst, follows two siblings who get trapped in a board game after they decide to play it.
"Toy Story" is a 1995 animated Pixar and Walt Disney Studios movie. It was one of the first CGI films produced. It followed a group of toys, specifically an astronaut named Buzz and a cowboy named Woody, who came to life after their owner, Andy, leaves the room.
"Mulan" is a 1998 animated Disney movie that followed a young teenage girl who joins the army in place of her father in order to save him from death. Along the way, she makes some great friends who help her to become a great warrior who ends up saving her country.
"Richie Rich" is a 1994 American comedy based on a Harvey Comics cartoon character with the same name. It followed the world’s richest kid as he struggled to make friends while people tried to steal his family’s fortune.
"The Little Rascals" is a 1994 American comedy about a group of misfit neighborhood kids as they went on various adventures. It was adapted from a series of short films by Hal Roach titled “Our Gang” and starred Travis Tedford, Kevin Jamal Woods and Jordan Warkol.
"Camp Nowhere" is a 1994 American comedy film that follows a bunch of kids as they trick their parents into sending them to a summer camp of their own making. The cast included Christopher Lloyd, Andrew Keegan and Jonathan Jackson.
"Aladdin" is a 1992 American animated fantasy film based on a folktale titled “One Thousand and One Nights.” It followed a young street kid named Aladdin, who was tricked into recovering a magic lamp for an evil man who wanted to use it to marry the Sultan’s daughter.
"Toys" is a 1992 American comedy film about a military general who inherits a toy making company and begins to produce war toys which his workers object to. Despite having an impressive cast, that included Robin Williams, Jamie Foxx and Michael Gambon, it failed miserably at the box office.
"Blank Check" is a 1994 American comedy film about a young boy who gains possession of a check worth $1 million that he begins to spend, not knowing the owners are in hot pursuit of it. The Disney film starred Karen Duffy, Brian Bonsall and James Rebhorn as its main characters.
"Now and Then" is a 1995 American-British film starring Christina Ricci, Rosie O’Donnell, Demi Moore and Thora Birch. It followed four women who recount the summer of 1970 (when they were 12 years old) which they spent together.
"The Secret Garden" is a 1993 American-British fantasy film about a young privileged girl who becomes an orphan after her parents are killed in an earthquake. After being sent to England to live on her uncle’s estate, she finds a secret garden.
"Jingle All the Way" is a 1996 American Christmas film that stars Sinbad and Arnold Schwarzenegger as two rival fathers who will stop at nothing to get their children the perfect toy (Turbo Man) for Christmas. It also stars Phil Hartman and Rita Wilson as supporting cast members.
"Ladybugs" is a 1992 American sports film about a Denver businessman who agrees to coach a company’s girls’ soccer team with the help of his fiancée’s son. The film stars Rodney Dangerfield, Jackee Harry, Vinessa Shaw and Ilene Graff.
"Rookie of the Year" is a 1993 American film that is a remake of the 1954 film, "Roogie's Bump." The filmed starred Gary Busey and Thomas Ian Nicholas and followed a boy who was given a powerful pitching arm after being in an accident.
"Casper" is a 1995 American live-action film based on a Harvey Comic cartoon character named Casper the Friendly Ghost. It follows a paranormal expert and his daughter who spend a few nights at an abandoned house where they meet some ghosts.
"Cool Runnings" is a 1993 American comedy film based on the true story of Jamaica’s bobsled team on their journey to the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada. The team consisted of a dishonored coach, a disqualified sprinter and three other misfits who make it all the way to the finals.
"The Indian in the Cupboard" is a 1995 fantasy film based on a children’s book of the same name by Lynne Reid Banks. It follows a little boy who receives a cupboard as a present for his ninth birthday, only to realize that putting toy figures inside brings them to life.
"The Parent Trap" is a 1998 British-American comedy film based on the German novel, Lottie and Lisa. The film followed a couple who divorced soon after having identical twins, who one day meet after going to the same summer camp. It starred Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson and Lindsay Lohan as the identical twins.
"Iron Will" is a 1994 adventure film that follows Will Stoneman, who after the death of his father, is left to take care of his mother and their land. Not having enough money to do so, he participates in a dogsled race that will show just how strong he is.
"Heavyweights" is a 1995 American comedy film that was centered around some kids who attended fat camp, which had been recently taken over by a fitness guru named Tony Perkis. It starred Ben Stiller, Kenan Thompson and Shaun Weiss as some of the lead characters.
"My Girl" is a 1991 American comedy about a young girl who goes through an emotional rollercoaster with the help of an unlikely friend. The film starred Jamie Lee Curtis, Macaulay Culkin and Anna Chlumsky as the main cast.
"A Little Princess" is a 1995 American drama film which is set during World War I where a young girl named Sara Crewe, is left to serve in a boarding school after her father goes missing and is presumed dead.
"Little Giants" is a 1994 American comedy film that focused on two brothers in a small town who just happen to be rival coaches of two Pee-Wee Football teams. It starred actors Rick Moranis, Ed O’Neill and Shawna Waldron as the main characters.
"The Witches" is a 1990 British-American horror comedy film based on a Roald Dahl children’s book of the same name. These witches mask themselves as regular women who kill children. The film stars Anjelica Huston, Jason Fisher and Mia Zetterling as some of the main cast.
"Beethoven" is a 1992 family comedy film about a St. Bernard dog who was adopted by a loving family. The film was the first in the series of many Beethoven films and starred Bonnie Hunt, Stanley Tucci and Charles Grodin.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" is a 1990 American superhero action film based on comic book characters with the same names. The four turtles, who lived in the sewers of New York City, fought against the Foot Clan and Master Shredder under the guidance of Master Splinter.
"Good Burger" is a 1997 American comedy film that starred the actors from "All That" and "Kenan & Kel." It followed two not-so-smart teenagers who work at a fast food restaurant and try to prevent it from going out of business.
"The Addams Family" is a 1991 American supernatural film based on a cartoon of the same name. It followed the eccentric family as they deal with missing relatives and con artists who try to claim their fortune.
"Sidekicks" is a 1992 action film that starred Jonathan Brandis and Chuck Norris. It follows a young boy who dreams of becoming Chuck Norris’ sidekick and later learns how to defend himself with the help of a Chinese restaurant owner.
"Coneheads" is a 1993 American sci-fi film that follows a family of aliens who crash on planet earth and try to adapt to life in a new place. It was based on the Conehead shorts that were played by Laraine Newman on "Saturday Night Live."
"Beauty and the Beast" is a 1991 American animated Disney film about a prince who was transformed into a beast and must fall in love in order to break the curse. In 2017, the movie was remade into a live-action film that made more than $1 billion at the box office.
"The Mask" is a 1994 American comedy film that starred Jim Carrey as a bank clerk who was transformed into an eccentric superhero when he put on a mystical mask. It also starred Cameron Diaz and Peter Riegert as the other main characters.