You won't believe how old these films are!

2014-06-04 02:00
Cape Town - We all have our all time favourite movies, whether it is romcoms or heart racing action thrillers.

In celebrating our love for everything motion picture we have put together a list of movies that were expertly made in 1994. These films turn 20-years-old this year!

Pulp Fiction
A Quentin Tarantino Crime drama which star’s Samuel L Jackson and John Travolta. This movie gave us a fictional glimpse into mob life.

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Forrest Gump
We all loved Tom Hanks in this heart-warming movie; everyone can agree that this is one of his best performances to date!

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The Lion King

This is one of those movies that never get old, from generation to generation the moral of this story still applies.

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The Shawshank Redemption

Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins played these roles with excellent execution.

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A young Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves had us at the edge of our seats with this action thriller.

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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

The King of physical comedy Jim Carey was in his element in this comedy from director Tom Shadyack.

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When A Man Loves a Woman

Meg Ryan stars as a woman battling alcoholism. Her husband played by Andy Garcia gives unwavering support to his wife.

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Robert Di Niro’stellar performance in this movie proved once again why is he regarded as one of the best actors out of Hollywood.

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Star Trek Generations

Sci-Fi fanatics had a field trip with this movie. This film is visually captivating, with the kind of storyline that everyone loves to get lost in.

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Beverly Hills Cop 3

Eddie Murphy plays an investigator who gets more than he bargained for whilst investigating a car theft.

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