10 Old School Classic Movies Gen Z Will Never Appreciate 

Movies are the ultimate form of escapism, taking us on wild journeys to fantastical realms and stirring many emotions.

It's a testament to the power of great filmmaking that some movies continue to withstand the test of time, remaining just as relevant and entertaining as the day they were first released.

The Iron Giant (1999)

In Brad Bird's directorial masterpiece, a young boy forms an unlikely bond with a colossal extraterrestrial automaton in a thrilling sci-fi animation.


My Cousin Vinny (1992)

This horror comedy follows the journey of two young men falsely accused of murder while traveling through rural Alabama in this uproarious comedy.


The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

The film's captivating storyline and outstanding performances earned it five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor for Hopkins, cementing its place in cinema history.


Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Starring Matthew Modine, Vincent D'Onofrio, and R. Lee Ermey, this war film takes place during the Vietnam War. It depicts the journey of a group of U.S. Marines from their training to deployment, with direction by Stanley Kubrick.


Toy Story (1995)

Not only was it the initial full-length film to be wholly created using computer-generated animation, but it also demonstrated that animated films could be as moving and captivating as live-action films.