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A humorous, year by year look through the decade that saw hair size become a statement, ratty clothes become cool, and music about breaking up become mainstream. Comprised of segments ... See full summary »
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I have to say, even though the later segments of "I love the 90's" seem to have been filmed a bit too soon (I love 1998 and I love 1999 specifically) This walk down RECENT memory lane is quite refreshing.
Making appearances to jibe at last decade's pop culture are: Hal Sparks, Michael Ian Black, Michael Bolton, and countless others including Lord of the Rings' Dominic Monaghan.
Even if you HATE the 90's you'll get a chuckle of the comments from the various celebrities they feature.
Dominic Monaghan doing the MC Hammer Dance; Hal Sparks doing the "Forbidden Dance"; Jibes at films such as Resivior Dogs, Point Break, Austin Powers, and more; Insults to Garth Brooke and Billy Ray Cyrus; The "hotties of the 1990's"; The dirty rocker guys of 1990's; And the answer to the infamous question "why in the world would you clone a sheep?"
"They're all the same, they wear wooly sweaters and they go baaah."~~Dominic Monaghan.
If you need a good laugh I suggest you keep your eyes on VH1's program listings and catch it the next time it's on.
I give this an 8 out of 10 stars.
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