Can You Name These '90s Comedy Movies from a Screenshot?

By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

The '90s was one of those decades that surprised people not only because of its technological advances or fashion trends, but also because of the quality of movies that were released. One of the genres that really excelled during those ten years was comedy, so much so that some of these movies are still on "best comedy movies" lists. The likes of Dumb & Dumber, The Big Lebowski and Robin Hood: Men in Tights can never be forgotten, and we have them all in this quiz. 

Today, we want to test just how much you remember when it comes to '90s comedy movies. What we're going to do is show you some still from each of our favorite movies, and it'll be your job to tell us what the name of that movie was. Now, of course, we realize that this can be quite difficult, but we'll only show the most iconic and funniest moments- moments that true movie buffs could never forget. 

So, if you're ready to talk a walk down memory lane, laugh and try to name these 90s comedies, then this is the place to do it. Come prove to us that you remember these funnies, right here, right now. 

Released in 1994 and directed by Peter Farrelly, Dumb and Dumber starred Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. The movie depicts the life of two very unintelligent best friends, Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne from Rhode Island.

Starring Ice Cube and loud mouth Chris Tucker, Friday is a popular 90s classic. The entire movie is set one very eventful Friday. Released in 1995, the film follows the lives of two unemployed boys, Craig Jones and Smokey.

A Christmas classic, Home Alone hit the screens in 1990. A miserable 8-year old named Kevin McCallister played by Macaulay Culkin gets left behind on Christmas when his family goes to Paris for the holidays.

A 1994 American comedy, Ace Ventura; Pet detective stars Jim Carrey as Ace Ventura, a detective who specializes in finding animals. He is hired by the Miami's NFL team when their dolphin mascot goes missing.

A crime and comedy film releases in 1998, the Big Lebowski follows the story of a man, Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski, who is a victim of mistaken identity. To right this, The Dude goes on a manhunt for the intended victim, Jeffery Lebowski, who he ends up working for.

A comedy-fantasy film released in 1993, Ground Hog Day takes place in the small town of Punxsutawney. Starring Bill Murray as Phil Connors, the movie follows the story of a weatherman who gets stuck in time on Groundhog Day while filming a report.

Considered one of the best comedies of all time, Rushmore was first released in December 1998. A young school-goer, Max, played by Jason Schwartzman goes into rivalry with his best pal over a first-grade teacher.

Directed by Penelope Spheeris, Wayne's World was released in the United States in 1992. A comedy film, the movie stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey. The two play the role of rock fans who host a public access television show.

In this 1997 fantasy comedy, Jim Carrey plays the role of Fletcher Reede, a dedicated attorney with a dishonesty problem. Tired of his father's lies, Reede's son Max wished that his father would stop lying for one full day.

A 1997 British comedy, the Full Monty was directed by Peter Cattaneo and starred Robert Carlyle and Mark Addy. The film takes place in Sheffield, England where six unemployed men turn to stripping to earn some cash.

Another Jim Carrey comedy, The Cable Guy, was released in the United States in 1996. Jim Carrey plays the role of a cable installer named Chip Douglas who craves the companionship of one his customers and begins to stalk him.

A 1990 American crime comedy film, Quick Change starred Bill Murray and Geena Davis. In this film, Grim played by Bill Murray, executes a perfect bank robbery while dressed as a clown. He is assisted by his girlfriend and best friend.

Director Ed Wood played by Johnny Depp is cast out of Hollywood because of his bizarre film ideas. He teams up with actress Bela Lugosi and a cast to create low-budget films. They help Ed achieve his dreams of reaching the big screen.

A 1998 romantic comedy film, There's Something About Mary, tells the story highschool lovers Ted played by Ben Stiller and Mary played by Cameron Diaz. When their prom date doesn't happen, Ted with the help of his friend tries to reconnect with Mary several years later.

Directed by Mike Nichols and starring Robin Williams, Gene Hackman, Nathan Lane and Dianne West, The Bird Cage is an American comedy film released in 1996. Armand, a gay drag club owner, has to hide his sexuality when his son introduces him to his conservative in-laws.

A road comedy film, Tommy Boy Directed by Peter Segal, stars Chris Farley and David Spade. A young and emotional Tommy Callahan, played b Chris Farley, hits the road to find new clients for the dying automobile parts factory that he inherits following his father's death.

In this 90s classic, a preserved 1960 spy is brought to life in 1990 to battle his old enemy, Dr. Evil. The film starred Mike Myers and was the first installment in director, Jay Roach's franchise of comedy films.

A divorced Daniel Hillard played by Robin Williams, goes undercover as a British nanny when he encounters problems with his ex-wife Miranda over visiting his kids. Chris Columbus directed the comedy-drama film in 1993.

In this 1999 American comic science fiction film, aliens turn to the stars of a 1970 sci-fi show for help in saving their planet. The film starred Alan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Tim Allen and Sam Rockwell. Galaxy Quest was directed by Dean Parisot.

Another 90 classic, Clueless follows the high school life a wealthy and popular Cher played by Alicia Silverstone. After successfully matching two of her teachers and making over newcomer Tai, Cher tunes up her own life and falls for her ex-stepbrother.

Starring Adam Sandler, Bradley Whitford, Bridgette Wilson, Norm McDonald and Darren McGavin, Billy Madison and directed by Tamra Davis, Billy Madison is an American comedy film released in 1995. The film follows the life of Billy Madison, heir to a Fortune 500 hotel company.

Starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, Rush Hour, is a popular favorite. The first installment of the Rush Hour comedies, Rush Hour follows the investigation of a kidnapping of the Chinese diplomat's daughter by detectives Lee and James Carter.

Starring Adam Sandler, Big Daddy is an American comedy film released in 1999. It tells the story of Sonny Koufax, who in an attempt to win his girlfriend back, adopts a five-year-old boy. When his plan fails, Sonny is stuck with the child.

Another Adam Sandler movie, the 1998 romantic comedy film, The Wedding Singer was set in 1985. A broken-hearted, wedding singer, Robbie Hart falls in love with one of his clients and tries to win her love before she gets married.

Starring Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz, The Mask was released in 1994. A banker, Stanley Ipkiss's life takes a turn when he finds a mask which contains the spirit of the Norse God Loki. While wearing the mask, he attracts singer, Tina Carlyle and robs a bank.

In this 1999 sex comedy, four high schoolers, embarrassed and tired of their reputations as virgins, agree to lose their virginity before graduating from high school. The film stars Jason Biggs, Seann Scott, Tara Reid and Alyson Hannigan.

Scottie Smalls and his new friends enjoy playing baseball at the sandlot together. When the boys hit a ball over the fence, trouble begins. This American sports comedy was released in 1993.

In this 1996 sports comedy film, Roy Munson played by Woody Harrelson has his promising career as a bowler ruined when he is tricked by Ernie McCracken into playing a con game. During the game, Roy cripples his hand and is out of the bowling world until he encounters Ishmael.

New York lawyer, Vinny's court skills are put to the test when he has to defend his cousin, Bill and friend, Stan against a murder accusation. The 1992 American comedy film stars Joe Pesci, Ralph Macchio and Marisa Tomei.

In this 1996 American sports comedy, Happy Gilmore played by Adam Sandler tries to win some money to save his grandmother's home by entering a golf tournament. Impressed by his newly discovered golf skills, Happy goes on to win the championship.

Following his escape from prison, Robin of Loxley teams up with his friends Blinkin, Scarlett O'Hara and Little John to regain his home from the evil Prince John. This musical comedy was released in 1993 and starred Mel Brooks, Cary Elwes and Amy Yasbeck.

An exhausted and frustrated worker, Peter Gibbons, is left in a blissful state when his therapist dies during one of his hypnotherapy sessions. The new Peter returns to his terrible job but this time with a new attitude. This film was released in 1999.

An American western comedy film, City Slickers was directed and released by Ron Underwood in 1991. It follows three friends who encounter danger while on their annual vacation trip away from their wives. The film stars the likes of Billy Crystal and Jack Palance.

Another 90s classic, The Nutty Professor starring Eddie Murphy, was released in 1996. Eddie plays the role of an overweight scientist, Sherman Klump who invents and tries a weight-loss solution. The new body, however, also comes with a new personality.

In this 1997 American romantic, drama comedy, a comic book writer played by Ben Affleck, believes he has found his soulmate. In a twist of fate, he discovers that she is gay. The film was directed by Kevin Smith as his third installment in the View Askewniverse series.

A 1993 American coming-of-age comedy Dazed and Confused is set in 1976 where a group of high schoolers celebrate their last day of high school. The film written and directed by Richard Linklater, starred a wide cast of actors which included Ben Affleck, Cole Hauser, Jason London and Nicki Catt.

Directed by Frank Coraci, the American sports comedy, The Water Boy, stars Adam Sandler as Bobby Boucher Jr, a water boy for the University of Louisiana's football team. After being fired, Bobby moves to the Louisiana State University's team where he goes from water boy to linebacker. This film was released in 1998.

A classic black and white comedy film from 1994, Clerks follows one day in the lives of two store clerks, Dante Hicks and Randal Graves. When Dante gets called into work on his day off, he meets up with delinquent friend, Randal, who works next door. The movie, directed by Kevin Smith, is the first in his View Askewniverse series.

Determined to compete in the Olympics, Derice Bannock teams up with his friends to form a bobsleigh team for the Winter Olympics. The Jamaican team along with a former bobsleigh champion go for gold in the snowy regions of Calgary, Canada. The 1993 comedy sports film is based on the true story of the 1988 Jamaican Olympic bobsleigh team.

Directed by Tamra Davis, Half-baked is a 1998 stoner comedy film starring Dave Chappelle, Jim Breuer, Guillermo Diaz and Harland Williams. The four play the role of pothead friends. When one member of the crew gets arrested for killing a police horse, the remaining three sell stolen pot to raise his bail.

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