Top 5 ’90s Family Movies You Can Stream Now
From?The Mighty Ducks?to?The Addams Family?and everything in between, the 1990s arguably delivered more iconic all-family movies than any other decade.
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. The Addams Family (1991)
Watch them on: Starz; Hulu (with Starz and Showtime add-ons); Amazon Prime (with Starz and Showtime add-ons); IMDb TV
The Addams Family and its sequel follow the antics of the bizarre and macabre titular family and honestly, you know who they are already so why am I explaining it?
2. The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Watch it on: HBO, HBO Go, HBO Now, Hulu (with HBO add-on)
It’s common knowledge that D2: The Mighty Ducks is the best movie in this exceptional trilogy starring a young Joshua Jackson that follows an underdog youth hockey team and their coach, played by Emilio Estevez. However, it’s equally important to know that the entire trilogy is streaming on Hulu if you have the HBO add-on. (One day, after the current license agreements end, you’ll be able to watch them all on Disney+.)
3. Jurassic Park (1993)
Watch it on: Hulu (with live TV)
If you don’t know that Jurassic Park is about a small group of people trying to escape a bunch of dinosaurs on an island by now, I’m really not sure me explaining the plot right now is going to help you.
4. The Sandlot (1993)
Watch it on: Starz; Hulu (with Starz add-on) Amazon Prime (with Starz add-on)
Yes, you have to shell out some more cash on top of your Amazon subscription to watch The Sandlot, an incredible movie following a ragtag group of young baseball players during the summer of 1962, but it’s also totally worth it to see Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez in action. Remember: Heroes live forever, but legends never die.
5. Casper (1995)
Watch it on: Hulu (with live TV); Amazon Prime (rent or buy)
Devon Sawa was a lot of girls’ first crush back in the ’90s, and that’s because of his back-to-back appearances in Casper and the coming-of-age film Now and Then (both of which also starred Christina Ricci). He had, like, two minutes of screentime in the former as the human form of the usually friendly ghost, but that really didn’t matter to anyone back then. And it definitely doesn’t matter now.