The 90s has an especial taste for the fans of the cinema industry. I would dare to say that it can be considered the contemporary Golden Age of the Seventh Art. We lived through a massive technological development which provided great support for the creative and bold minds, to take risk and modernise the cinematography area. As a result, they produced unforgettable masterpieces. Also, the decade emerged with new stars, for instance, Quentin Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt.

Titanic, Romeo and Juliet, Pulp Fiction and The Bodyguard are examples of released blockbusters which helped Hollywood and other production companies to make a lot of profit. Titanic earned $2.2 billion around the world, becoming one of the most profitable movies ever.

Also, it’s important to highlight that the soundtracks of most movies were fabulous and became classic songs for the 90’s young generation which I was a part of. That`s the reason I’ve decided to create a list of the 20 best film soundtracks of the 90’s, in my humble opinion.

It’s time to throw it back to the golden age of movie soundtracks.

Check it out:

20- City of Angels (1998)

19 – Good will hunting you(1997)

18 – She’s all that

17 – Go (1999)

16 – Philadelphia (1993)

15 – Pretty Woman (1990)

14 – Titanic (1997)

13 – The Bodyguard (1992)

12 – Mermaids (1990)

11 – Pulp Fiction (1994)

10 – Armageddon (1998)

9 – Batman Forever (1995)

8 – Magnolia (1999)

7 – Four Weddings and a funeral (1994)

6 – Blade (1998)

5 – Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

4- Clueless (1996)

3 – Romeo and Juliet (1996)

2 – Cruel Intentions (1999)

1 – Trainspotting (1996)

Bonus track

Priscilla, Queen of the desert

Are there any film soundtracks that you would include in this list? Let me know!