If You Can Name These Family Movies, You Grew Up In The 90s & 00s

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They just don't make movies the same way anymore! Do you long for the days of buttered popcorn, snow-caps, and dollar Tuesdays at the movie theater?

What movies defined your childhood? Were you a Harry Potter fanatic? Or did you lean more towards Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc.? Or maybe you went more for the likes of My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Windex, are we right?) and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Whatever your favorites used to be, if you grew up in the 90s, you'll find it on this quiz!

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1. Need childcare help? Just call...

  1. Billy The Kid
  2. Mary Poppins
  3. Mrs. Doubtfire
  4. The Terminator
"Mrs. Doubtfire" (1993) starred Robin Williams and Mara Wilson as his daughter, Natalie Hillar. Mara Wilson (who also played Matilda in the film of the same nam and Susan Walker in Miracle on 34th Street) went up against the five-year-old Blake Lively (Gossip Girl, anyone?) to get the part.
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2. He's one brave little fish!

  1. Finding Nemo
  2. Coco
  3. Remember the Titans
  4. How to Train Your Dragon
Did you know that Darla in Finding Nemo (2003) is named after Darla Anderson? Who's she? The producer of Monsters, Inc.
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3. The world changed when this wizard came onto the scene in...

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  1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
  2. The Hobbit
  3. Game of Thrones
  4. Merlin
Did you know that J.K. Rowling almost played Lily Potter in the first Harry Potter movie (2001)? She turned the part down because she thought she might mess it up.
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4. Want to understand your pet? Find yourself...

  1. Dr. Dolittle
  2. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  3. Empire Records
  4. Doctor Strange
Eddy Murphy played Dr. Doolittle (1998) even though he's generally terrified of animals! Rumor has it that many filming sessions ended with him screaming.
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5. Will Ferrell plays...

  1. Poetic Justice
  2. Elf
  3. Space Jam
  4. Half Baked
Did you know that the snow in Elf (2003) was often computer-generated?
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6. Honey, he shrunk the...

  1. Dogs
  2. Kids
  3. Neighbors
  4. Babies
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (1989) was originally supposed to star five kids, one of which would have been killed off.
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7. What are these superheroes called?

  1. The Razorsharps
  2. The Incredibles
  3. The Spiders
  4. The Superhumans
Did you know that the movie The Incredibles was almost called The Invincibles? What do you think, did Disney and Pixar make the right choice?
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8. Who doesn't want to get their parents back together?

  1. The Family Holiday
  2. Swiss Family Robinson
  3. Meet the Parents
  4. Parent Trap
The Parent Trap, loosely adapted from the German novel "Lottie and Lisa", is a 1998 romantic comedy starring Dennis Quaid, Natasha Richardson, and their identical twin daughters, who were both played by Lindsay Lohan using special cinematographic techniques.
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9. We haven't seen a better love story since...

  1. Charlotte's Web
  2. WALL-E
  3. Shrek
  4. Shaun the Sheep Movie
Shrek received his own gold star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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10. Did you fall in love with her too?

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  1. Jasmine, from Aladdin
  2. Tiana, from The Princess and the Frog
  3. Ariel, from The Little Mermaid
  4. Aurora, from Sleeping Beauty
Aladdin is a 1992 animated musical based on an Arabic folktale with the same name. It follows the title character, a street urchin who finds a magic lamp containing a genie.
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11. Watch out for The Beast!

  1. Paddington
  2. The Sandlot
  3. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  4. Miracle on 34th Street
You may remember The Sandlot by the classic line, "You're killin' me, Smalls." Or maybe, you remember the pool scene? Or maybe you remember The Beast!
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12. Up, up, and away!

  1. Whale Rider
  2. Howl's Moving Castle
  3. Toy Story
  4. The Incredibles
Toy Story is a 1995 Pixar film starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Don Rickles as anthropomorphic toys who come to life when humans are not around. The film grossed $373.6 million at the box office.
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13. They're the plastics!

  1. High School Musical
  2. She's All That
  3. Mean Girls
  4. Banana Split
Did you know that Cady, i.e. Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls (2004), is named after Tina Fey's college roommate, Cady Garey?
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14. Who's he?

  1. Danny Zuko
  2. Ferris Bueller
  3. The Terminator
  4. Napoleon Dynamite
Ask anyone who works at Netflix. People either give Napoleon Dynamite (2004) 1 star or 5 stars. There is no in-between.
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15. Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet bring this fairytale back to life in...

  1. Ella Enchanted
  2. Finding Neverland
  3. Peter Pan
  4. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
Finding Neverland! If you're looking for another Peter-Pan-themed classic, try Hook -- it is a 1991 fantasy film directed by Steven Spielberg. It starred Robin Williams as the title character who, after growing up, has forgotten about his childhood and returns to Neverland to save his family.
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16. My Big Fat...

  1. Spanish Wedding
  2. English Wedding
  3. Swedish Wedding
  4. Greek Wedding
When My Big Fat Greek Wedding came out, it made history! It grossed over 241 million dollars in theaters, making it the highest-grossing romantic comedy to have ever been made.
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17. Who's this badass Disney princess?

  1. Belle
  2. The Kid Who Would Be King
  3. Duma
  4. Mulan
"Mulan" is a 1998 American animated film based on the legend of Hua Mulan, a young woman who impersonates a man to take her father’s role in the army.
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18. Music lovers adored...

  1. The Dead Poet's Society
  2. School of Rock
  3. Easy A
  4. A Walk to Remember
Here's a fun fact: All the kids in the movie played their own instruments, for real. We promise.
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19. Steal a pair of sneakers and you may end up digging...

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  1. Holes
  2. Gardens
  3. Graves
  4. Deep
Holes made an impressive $16,300,155 in its opening weekend alone!
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20. It's the Sisterhood of the...

  1. Traveling Pants
  2. Evil Witches
  3. Pineapple Pizza
  4. Polka-Dotted Pajamas
Did you know that all four lead actors in the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) didn't meet until the first script read-through?
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21. Even angels like to play baseball.

  1. Angels in the Outfield
  2. Song Of The Sea
  3. Wallace & Gromit
  4. Big Hero 6
Angels in the Outfield was a box office hit! It cost 24 million to make, but grossed nearly 73 million in the US alone.
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22. Who wouldn't want to learn to be a princess?

  1. Annie
  2. The Princess Diaries
  3. Coraline
  4. Inside Out
When Hathaway auditioned for the role in Princess Diaries (2001), she slid out of her chair (on accident). But the mistake won her the part!
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23. Ben Stiller is...

  1. Giant
  2. Fearless
  3. Psycho
  4. Zoolander
Ben Stiller needed Owen Wilson to be in Zoolander (2002). The "Hansel" role was created specifically with Wilson in mind.
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24. There are monsters under your bed!

  1. Monsters, Inc.
  2. Superbad
  3. Twilight
  4. American Pie
Movie producers wanted Bill Murray to be the voice of Sulley in Monsters, Inc (2001). He didn't pick up the phone, unfortunately.
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25. Remember the...

  1. Cyclops
  2. Red Sox
  3. Angels
  4. Titans
Remember the Titans is a 2000 sports film based on the true story of Herman Boone, an African American coach attempting to integrate a high school football team.
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26. Travel back to the...

  1. Middle Ages
  2. Turn of the Century
  3. Ice Age
  4. Time Before Time
Did you know that there are Neanderthals in the first Ice Age movie (2002)?
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27. The movie that taught us that we're all princes and princesses...

  1. A Little Princess
  2. 101 Dalmatians
  3. The Peanuts Movie
  4. Bambi
The actress who plays Sara in A Little Princess (1995), Liesel Pritzker Simmons, is actually the heir to the Hyatt Hotels family fortune.
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28. It's a classic American love story, immortalized by Disney:

  1. The Peanuts Movie
  2. Kung Fu Panda
  3. Romeo and Juliet
  4. Pocahontas
If you think writing comes easy, think again. Every scene in Pocahontas (1995) was rewritten at least 35 times.
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29. Keira Knightley plays Elizabeth Hurley in...

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  2. The Kissing Booth
  3. The Goonies
  4. Jane Eyre
Keira Knightley was only 17 when she played Hurley in Pirates of the Caribbean (2003). She really did jump off the plank, although she could have used a stunt double.
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30. What is this 2001 classic called?

  1. Mary Poppins
  2. Spirited Away
  3. Lilo and Stitch
  4. March of the Penguins
Did you know that no script was ever written for Spirited Away? They started making the movie while the storyboards were being made.
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31. Bend it like...

  1. Messi
  2. Maradonna
  3. Tiger Woods
  4. Beckham
The movie's producers almost changed the name "Bend it like Beckham" to "Move it like Mia" for its American debut in 2003.
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32. Reese Witherspoon is...

  1. 13 Going On 30
  2. Agent Cody Banks
  3. 17 Again
  4. Legally Blonde
In order to play Elle in Legally Blonde (2001), Reese Witherspoon hung out with a lot of sorority girls from both the University of Southern California and Stanford.
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33. Be careful if you decide to play a game of...

  1. Poker
  2. Monopoly
  3. Jumanji
  4. Quidditch
Jumanji is a 1995 adventure film loosely adapted from a 1981 book with the same name. The film stars Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, and David Alan Grier.
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34. We wouldn't want to hang out with Count Olaf, would you?

  1. Frozen
  2. Shrek
  3. Despicable Me
  4. A Series of Unfortunate Events
What's Lemony Snicket's real name in A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)? Daniel Handler.
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35. My Dog...

  1. Skip
  2. Spot
  3. Frukie
  4. Jump
Who's the genius behind Skip the dog in the 2000 movie of the same name? The dog's real name is Enzo. You might recognize him from the TV series "Frasier".
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36. Anne Hathaway is...

  1. Ella Enchanted
  2. Pinocchio
  3. Inside Out
  4. The Princess Bride
Ella Enchanted (2005) was filmed in Ireland, but it might have been filmed in Prague. Why did they choose Ireland? It was apparently cheaper to film it there.
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37. A young boy and a robot from outer space make the perfect pair in...

  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. The Muppet Movie
  3. Moana
  4. The Iron Giant
The Iron Giant is a 1999 animated science fiction film about a young boy named Hogarth, who not only finds but also befriends a giant robot who fell to Earth from outer space.
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38. The long-lost Russian princess is finally found in this Disney classic...

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  1. Cinderella
  2. My Fair Lady
  3. Anastasia
  4. Babe
This 1997 animated film starring Meg Ryan and John Cusack tells the legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, who might have escaped the execution of her Russian royal family.
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39. The perfect combination of baseball and the middle ages...

  1. A Monster Calls
  2. Princess Mononoke
  3. A Kid In King Arthur's Court
  4. Pete's Dragon
Did you know that Kate Winslet plays King Arthur’s oldest daughter, Princess Sarah? It's worth a watch for that alone.
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40. This family classic is set in New Zealand...

  1. The Phantom Tollbooth
  2. Free Willie
  3. Sierra Burgess Is A Loser
  4. Whale Rider
If you haven't seen Whale Rider, see it now. The film, about a 12-year-old Maori girl who dreams of leading her people, will not disappoint.
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41. When your parents are in the business, you've got a leg up.

  1. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  2. Spy Kids
  3. Oceans 11
  4. The Italien Job
Did you know that Selena Gomez stars in the Spy Kids franchise? She's “Waterpark Girl” in the third Spy Kids movie.
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42. Man of the jungle:

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  1. Tarzan
  2. Up
  3. Where The Wild Things Are
  4. Hugo
Tarzan, apparently, means "white skin" in great ape dialect.
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43. If you're lucky, they'll let you join...

  1. The Baby-Sitters Club
  2. Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead
  3. Weekend with the Babysitter
  4. Mary Poppins
The Baby-Sitters Club film (1995) is based on the best-selling chapter books! Today, there are over 200 books in the series, and by the series' end in 2000, more than 176 million copies had been sold.
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44. Never mess with Friday the 13th.

  1. Back to the Future
  2. Freaky Friday
  3. Chicken Run
  4. The Secret of Kells
Apparently, Lindsay Lohan had to teach Jamie Lee Curtis to say "shut up" like a teenager in "Freaky Friday".
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45. A little girl with magical powers takes on the world.

  1. Bedtime Stories
  2. The Pursuit of Happyness
  3. Matilda
  4. Billy Elliot
Did you know that Matilda's movie parents, Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito, were married in real life at the time of the movie?
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46. Amanda Bynes becomes royalty in...

  1. What a Girl Wants
  2. Akeelah and the Bee
  3. Mrs. Doubtfire
  4. The Little Prince
In the original movie poster for What a Girl Wants (2003), Amanda Bynes is making a peace sign with her fingers. The studio scrapped this version because it didn't want to appear political (the United States had recently gone to war with Iraq).
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47. Tobey Maguire is...

  1. Spider-Man
  2. Ghostbusters
  3. Oliver Twist
  4. The Karate Kid
Tobey Maguire nearly didn't get the role of Spiderman in the 2002 film of the same name. The studio was considering Colin Farrell, Heath Ledger, Ewan McGregor, Scott Speedman, and Wes Bentley.
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48. Drew Barrymore has never been...

  1. Punched
  2. Kissed
  3. To Disney Land
  4. Waxed
Never Been Kissed is a 1999 romantic comedy film starring Drew Barrymore and David Arquette. Did you know that this film was James Franco’s debut film?
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49. Julia Stiles, Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, and Maggie Gyllenhaal all shine in...

  1. Mona Lisa Smile
  2. Can't Buy Me Love
  3. Grease
  4. Singin' in the Rain
Mona Lisa Smile (2003) is apparently inspired by Hillary Rodham Clinton's days at Wellesley College.
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50. A lovable pair brought to the big screen in 2000.

  1. Lady Bird
  2. Dirty Dancing
  3. Juno
  4. The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle
Unfortunately, the Adventure of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000) was somewhat of a flop in cinemas. At least Robert De Niro is entertaining.
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