We’re back with another month-long retrospective. 1999 remains one of the most interesting years in cinema history. Hidden gems grew in the public consciousness over decades. Yet the blockbuster movies of 1999 were legitimate game-changers. The year mixes high art and low art, animated films, and genre-bending stories. It’s time for us to start our own deep dive into a year that helped to define the modern era at the megaplex.

Below are some of the best movies of 1999. Check out the reviews as they post!

You Are Who You Choose To Be: ‘Fight Club’ Represents the Best and Worst of 1999

Every so often a film hits the zeitgeist so hard, the zeitgeist can’t get back up. Fight Club, directed by David Fincher and based on the book by Chuck Palahniuk, got about as destructive as you can get. The fight-the-system snarkiness with which it approaches the world is both positive and negative. Yet it’s a picture of toxic masculinity and…

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10 Things I Hate About You
All About My Mother
American Beauty
American Pie
Any Given Sunday
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Being John Malkovich
Cruel Intentions
Deep Blue Sea
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Eyes Wide Shut
Fantasia 2000
Galaxy Quest
Girl, Interrupted
Idle Hands
Inspector Gadget
Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
Man on the Moon
Mystery Men
Never Been Kissed
Notting Hill
October Sky
Office Space
Runaway Bride
She’s All That
Sleepy Hollow
South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut
Summer of Sam
The Blair Witch Project
The Boondock Saints
The Green Mile
The Hurricane
The Insider
The Iron Giant
The Limey
The Matrix
The Mummy
The Sixth Sense
The Talented Mr. Riply
The Virgin Suicides
The World is Not Enough
Three Kings
Topsy Turvey
Toy Story 2
Wild Wild West

So as you can see, there’s a lot to get to. Check back here at Sunshine State Cineplex as we continue our retrospective! Want other retrospectives? Look here!

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Check out the full list of movies from 1999 at Letterboxd!