1996 was a brilliant year for a broad spectrum of movies. From the bleak Edinburgh streets of 'Trainspotting' to exploring the galaxy in our favourite Star Trek movie, there's something here for everyone!
Only the very best comedy movies from the 1990s have made it on to this collection, including Bill Murray's magnum opus 'Groundhoug Day' and the decade defining indie flick 'Clerks'. Proof that nostalgia can be funny!
A cinematic decade brimming with social commentary, in turn cutting and hilarious. Make sure to check out the movie that spawned all the older-woman tropes you can think of; we're talking about 'The Graduate'.
Oh how the mighty have fallen - if you love Eddie Murphy do yourself a favor and only watch movies of his from before 2000. In fact, just stick to the 80s. You can't go wrong with '48 Hrs.', 'Trading Places', and 'Beverly Hills Cop'.
The greatest comedy hits pre 1980. These movies have stood the test of time, and revealed their comedic substance to be above its ravages. Includes everything from Woody Allen's 'Annie Hall' to the Python crew's blasphemous masterpiece 'Life of Brian'.
Home alone? Why not enjoy some of these family slapstick gems, like 'Home Alone', 'Mr. Bean', and 'Daddy Day Care'? You're never too old to enjoy someone slamming their head into a hard surface while covered in soot!
Comedian, actor, singer, film producer, screenwriter and film director Jerry Lewis has been amusing American audiences for decades with his slapstick sensibilities, and warming hearts with his admirable charitable efforts.