Time flies when you're watching good movies, but where the heck did the last 20 years go?
From cult classics to your favourite teen horrors, check out 20 of our favourite flicks that will turn 20 in 2017... and prepare to feel OLD AF.
20 Movies You Won't Believe Are Turning 20 In 2017Here come the Men In Black...
1 of 20Twentieth Century FoxTitanic
2 of 20Amblin Entertainment Men In Black
3 of 20Touchstone PicturesRomy And Michele's High School Reunion
4 of 20DisneyFlubber
5 of 20Nickelodeon MoviesGood Burger
6 of 20Mandalay EntertainmentI Know What You Did Last Summer
7 of 20Warner Bros.Batman & Robin
8 of 20New Line CinemaBoogie Nights
9 of 20Twentieth Century FoxAlien: Resurrection
10 of 20GaumontThe Fifth Element
11 of 20Warner Bros.L.A. Confidential
12 of 20UniversalThe Lost World: Jurassic Park
13 of 20A Band ApartGood Will Hunting
14 of 20Redwave FilmsThe Full Monty
15 of 20UniversalLiar Liar
16 of 20New Line CinemaAustin Powers: International Man Of Mystery
17 of 20Eon ProductionsTomorrow Never Dies
18 of 20TriStar PicturesMy Best Friend's Wedding
19 of 20Icon ProductionsFairyTale: A True Story
20 of 203 Arts EntertainmentPicture Perfect
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19 Movies That Will Most Likely Be Nominated For Oscars In 2017The all-stars.
1 of 19AmazonManchester by the Sea - This emotional drama is the 'Casey Affleck show' from beginning to end; you can just give him the 'Best Actor' Oscar right now and save everyone a whole lot of trouble.
2 of 19A2420th Century Women - Clever and beautifully endearing, it’s a gorgeous portrait of five people in the late 1970s. A masterclass in character creation that puts the essence of humanity first.
3 of 1920th Century FoxHidden Figures - What a beautiful way to celebrate Black women doing great things. Also, phenomenal music by Pharrell. It’s a must-see.
4 of 19Summit EntertainmentLa La Land - Money versus art, what should we choose? Watching this musical is like living in the golden age of Hollywood. It’s an ode to the dreamers and artists of the world.
5 of 19Paramount PicturesArrival - A flat out, stone cold, science fiction masterpiece. No crazy aliens and intergalactic battles. Just a story about non-linear time, coexistence, and tolerance (with a pretty neat plot twist).
6 of 19DisneyThe Jungle Book - Hollywood is pretty good at ruining our favourite childhood films, but luckily this is not one of them. Sure, the story doesn’t really surprise, but the cinematography and special effects are amazing.
7 of 19Bleecker Street MediaCaptain Fantastic - This nuanced commentary on modern society deserves to be noticed and obsessed over.
8 of 19Paramount PicturesFences - The movie seems barely changed from its theatrical production which - believe it or not - is a good thing. It’s a picture that celebrates the peace of being simple. A perfect reminder of what a quality drama can be.
9 of 19Paramount PicturesFlorence Foster Jenkins - A tragic tale about mental illness told on an operatically grand scale and with gently comedic touch.
10 of 19LionsgateHell or High Water - If you’re still fangirling over Westworld, you’ll love this one alright. This movie is a refreshingly original, brilliantly acted, thoughtful story.
11 of 19Fox Searchlight Pictures Jackie - A dictionary definition of a biopic with a side order of a psychological portrait of a grieving First Lady. Gorgeous costumes alert.
12 of 19A24Moonlight - Told in three parts, the story of a bullied boy growing up with a lack of love and guidance in the slums of Miami will break your heart. It’s totally worth it though.
13 of 19Warner Bros.Sully - A Lifetime-like story of captain Chesley Sullenberger, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River, this film is truly intriguing with even more impressive editing.
14 of 19Summit EntertainmentHacksaw Ridge - Welcome back, Mr Gibson.
15 of 19FocusNocturnal Animals - This devilishly stylish thriller will leave you in a trance. Sensory overload.
16 of 19Komplizen FilmToni Erdmann - With a unique style of comedy similar to Monty Python or Bill Murray, this film takes the old formula for a story about fake identity, spins it on its head and delivers an oddly refreshing picture.
17 of 19CJ E&M Film DivisionThe Handmaiden - Imagine Hitchcock with the extremity of Oldboy and the sexual abundance of Blue is the Warmest Colour. Sublime Asian cinema.
18 of 19LaikaKubo and the Two Strings - Another Laika masterpiece. Enough said.
19 of 19ESPN FilmsO.J.: Made in America - The only documentary on this list. Don’t be fooled by the title, it is much bigger than O.J. himself.
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