Top 5 ’90s Comedies You Can Stream Now

From?Wayne’s World?to?Groundhog Day and everything in between, the 1990s delivered iconic comedies.

This is a list of our Top 5 really great movies that were made in the 1990s and where you can stream them if you don’t already own them. In the interest of being open, some of the major movies on this list will require that you buy or rent them from Amazon Prime.

1. Wayne’s World (1992)

Watch it on: Starz; Hulu (with Starz add-on); Amazon Prime (with Starz add-on)
The second film based on a Saturday Night Live sketch, Wayne’s World stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as two best friends who love rock and roll and have a local public access TV show.

2. Dazed and Confused (1993)

Watch it on: Starz; Hulu (with Starz add-on); Amazon Prime (with Starz add-on)
Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age comedy, which follows the last day of school for a number of teens in 1976, is a true classic. Come for the young Matthew McConaughey, stay for everything else, including a young and obnoxious Ben Affleck you’ll want to hit in the face.

3. Groundhog Day (1993)

Watch it on: Netflix
Bill Murray stars in this Harold Ramis-directed comedy about a TV weatherman who relives the same day over and over and over again so that you’ll never not think of the movie whenever you hear “I Got You Babe.”

4. The Birdcage (1996)

Watch it on: Amazon Prime
This hilarious comedy, a remake of the French play La Cage aux Folles, starred Robin Williams and Nathan Lane as a happy gay couple whose son wants to marry a woman with conservative parents.

5. The Big Lebowski (1998)

Watch it on: Starz, Hulu (with Starz add-on); Amazon Prime (with Starz add-on)
Jeff Bridges might have won his Oscar for his performance in Crazy Heart, but the Dude in The Big Lebowski is still his best role.