List of Paramount Pictures films (1990–1999)

The following is a list of films originally produced and/or distributed theatrically by Paramount Pictures and released in the 1990s.

Release date Title Notes
January 12, 1990 Internal Affairs
February 2, 1990 Flashback
March 2, 1990 The Hunt for Red October co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
April 13, 1990 Crazy People
May 4, 1990 Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
May 11, 1990 A Show of Force
June 8, 1990 Another 48 Hrs.
June 27, 1990 Days of Thunder co-production with Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
July 13, 1990 Ghost Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 10, 1990 The Two Jakes
September 21, 1990 Funny About Love
October 12, 1990 Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael co-production with ITC Entertainment
October 26, 1990 Graveyard Shift
December 19, 1990 Almost an Angel
December 25, 1990 The Godfather Part III Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Co-production with American Zoetrope and The Coppola Company
January 18, 1991 Flight of the Intruder co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions, Lionsgate distributed the 2010 Blu-ray
February 22, 1991 He Said, She Said
March 15, 1991 The Perfect Weapon
True Colors
April 26, 1991 Talent for the Game
May 31, 1991 Soapdish
June 28, 1991 The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear
July 10, 1991 Regarding Henry
August 2, 1991 Body Parts
August 23, 1991 Dead Again
September 27, 1991 Necessary Roughness co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
October 11, 1991 Frankie and Johnny
Stepping Out
October 25, 1991 The Butcher's Wife
November 8, 1991 All I Want for Christmas
November 22, 1991 The Addams Family North American and Latin American distribution only, co-production with Orion Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions
December 6, 1991 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
January 17, 1992 Juice
February 14, 1992 Wayne's World
March 27, 1992 Ladybugs
April 17, 1992 Brain Donors
May 1, 1992 K2
June 5, 1992 Patriot Games co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
July 1, 1992 Boomerang co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 10, 1992 Cool World co-production with Bakshi Productions
July 31, 1992 Bébé's Kids co-production with Hyperion Pictures and The Hudlin Brothers
August 7, 1992 Whispers in the Dark
August 28, 1992 Pet Sematary Two
August 1992 Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights
September 4, 1992 Bob Roberts co-production with Miramax Films, LIVE Entertainment, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
September 18, 1992 School Ties
October 9, 1992 1492: Conquest of Paradise US distribution only, distributed by Pathé in Europe
October 30, 1992 There Goes the Neighborhood
November 6, 1992 Jennifer 8 co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
December 18, 1992 Leap of Faith
January 15, 1993 Alive international distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
February 12, 1993 The Temp
March 12, 1993 Fire in the Sky
April 7, 1993 Indecent Proposal
May 21, 1993 Sliver
June 30, 1993 The Firm co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
July 16, 1993 The Thing Called Love
July 23, 1993 Coneheads
August 11, 1993 Searching for Bobby Fischer
September 24, 1993 Bopha!
October 17, 1993 It's All True
November 5, 1993 Flesh and Bone
November 19, 1993 Addams Family Values co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
December 10, 1993 Wayne's World 2
December 17, 1993 What's Eating Gilbert Grape
December 25, 1993 Shadowlands UK distribution only; co-production with Price Entertainment and Spelling Bee International; Savoy Pictures distributed in US
January 21, 1994 Intersection
February 18, 1994 Blue Chips
March 18, 1994 Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult
March 30, 1994 Jimmy Hollywood Lionsgate distributed the 2010 Blu-ray
May 25, 1994 Beverly Hills Cop III co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
July 6, 1994 Forrest Gump Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
July 22, 1994 Lassie
August 3, 1994 Clear and Present Danger co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
August 17, 1994 Andre North American distribution only; co-production with The Kushner-Locke Company
August 31, 1994 Milk Money co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
October 12, 1994 The Browning Version
November 4, 1994 Pontiac Moon
November 18, 1994 Star Trek Generations
December 9, 1994 Drop Zone Lionsgate distributed the 2009 Blu-ray
December 25, 1994 I.Q.
January 13, 1995 Nobody's Fool co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
February 17, 1995 The Brady Bunch Movie
March 17, 1995 Losing Isaiah
March 31, 1995 Tommy Boy
April 12, 1995 Stuart Saves His Family
May 24, 1995 Braveheart Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. North American distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox, Icon Productions and The Ladd Company
June 9, 1995 Congo co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
July 14, 1995 The Indian in the Cupboard North American theatrical distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Scholastic Films and Reliable Pictures Corporation
July 19, 1995 Clueless co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
August 4, 1995 Virtuosity
October 13, 1995 Jade
October 27, 1995 Vampire in Brooklyn co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
November 3, 1995 Home for the Holidays North American theatrical distribution only; produced by Egg Pictures and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
November 22, 1995 Nick of Time
December 15, 1995 Sabrina co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
January 12, 1996 Eye for an Eye
February 2, 1996 Black Sheep
April 3, 1996 Primal Fear
April 12, 1996 Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy
May 22, 1996 Mission: Impossible co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
June 7, 1996 The Phantom co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and The Ladd Company
July 10, 1996 Harriet the Spy co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Rastar
August 9, 1996 Escape from L.A. co-production with Rysher Entertainment
August 23, 1996 A Very Brady Sequel
September 20, 1996 The First Wives Club co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 11, 1996 The Ghost and the Darkness
October 25, 1996 Thinner distribution only; produced by Spelling Films
November 1, 1996 Dear God
November 22, 1996 Star Trek: First Contact
December 20, 1996 Beavis and Butt-Head Do America co-production with Geffen Pictures and MTV Films
December 25, 1996 The Evening Star co-production with Rysher Entertainment
Mother
January 10, 1997 The Relic North American distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Cloud Nine Entertainment, Toho, BBC Films, Marubeni and Pacific Western Productions. Universal Pictures distributed in other territories
February 7, 1997 The Beautician and the Beast
March 7, 1997 Private Parts co-production with Rysher Entertainment and Northern Lights Entertainment
April 4, 1997 The Saint co-production with Rysher Entertainment and Mace Neufeld Productions
May 2, 1997 Breakdown US distribution only, co-production with DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group and Spelling Films
May 16, 1997 Night Falls on Manhattan
May 30, 1997 'Til There Was You co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
June 27, 1997 Face/Off US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, David Permut Productions and WCG Entertainment
July 18, 1997 Kiss Me, Guido co-production with Capitol Films, Kardana Films and Redeemable Features
July 25, 1997 Good Burger co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Tollin/Robbins Productions
August 15, 1997 Event Horizon co-production with Lawrence Gordon Productions, Golar and Impact Pictures
August 22, 1997 A Smile Like Yours co-production with Rysher Entertainment
September 19, 1997 In & Out co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 3, 1997 Kiss the Girls
October 24, 1997 FairyTale: A True Story North American distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.,[1][2] Icon Productions, Icon Entertainment International, Wendy Finerman Productions and Anna K. Production C.V.[3]
October 31, 1997 Switchback
November 21, 1997 The Rainmaker US distribution only, co-production with American Zoetrope
December 19, 1997 Titanic Winner of 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. North American distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox and Lightstorm Entertainment
December 25, 1997 The Education of Little Tree
January 16, 1998 Hard Rain US distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Mutual Film Company, Marubeni, BBC Films, Tele Munchen Gruppe, Nordisk Film and Toho, Lionsgate distributed the 2009 Blu-ray
February 27, 1998 The Real Blonde co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
March 6, 1998 Twilight co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
April 10, 1998 The Odd Couple II
April 24, 1998 Sliding Doors US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, Intermedia Films and Mirage Enterprises
May 8, 1998 Deep Impact US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, The Zanuck Company and David Brown Productions
June 5, 1998 The Truman Show co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
July 24, 1998 Saving Private Ryan Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture. international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Mutual Film Company and Amblin Entertainment
August 7, 1998 Snake Eyes US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures
August 21, 1998 Dead Man on Campus co-production with MTV Films and Pacific Western Productions
October 2, 1998 A Night at the Roxbury
November 20, 1998 The Rugrats Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Klasky Csupo
December 11, 1998 A Simple Plan US distribution only, co-production with Mutual Film Company, Tele Munchen Gruppe and Savoy Pictures
Star Trek: Insurrection
December 25, 1998 A Civil Action international distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Scott Free Productions, Scott Rudin Productions and Wildwood Enterprises
January 15, 1999 Varsity Blues co-production with MTV Films
February 5, 1999 Payback US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Icon Productions
February 26, 1999 200 Cigarettes co-production with MTV Films and Lakeshore Entertainment
April 1, 1999 The Out-of-Towners co-production with Cort/Madden Productions
May 7, 1999 Election co-production with MTV Films
June 18, 1999 The General's Daughter co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
June 30, 1999 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut North American distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Comedy Central Films
July 16, 1999 The Wood co-production with MTV Films
July 30, 1999 Runaway Bride North American distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Lakeshore Entertainment and Interscope Communications
September 24, 1999 Double Jeopardy co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 8, 1999 Superstar co-production with SNL Studios
October 22, 1999 Bringing Out the Dead North American distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Cappa/De Fina Productions
November 19, 1999 Sleepy Hollow US distribution only, co-production with Mandalay Pictures, Le Studio Canal+, Scott Rudin Productions and American Zoetrope
December 25, 1999 Angela's Ashes North American distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Dirty Hands Productions and David Brown Productions
The Talented Mr. Ripley US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, Mirage Enterprises and Timnick Films

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fairy Tale: A True Story (1997) - Overview - TCM.com". Turner Classic Movies. Archived from the original on 2018-06-23. Retrieved 2019-10-20.
  2. ^ "FAIRYTALE: A TRUE STORY". www.filmbankmedia.com. Archived from the original on 2018-06-23. Retrieved 2019-10-20.
  3. ^ "Fairytale A True Story (1997)". BFI. Archived from the original on 2019-08-07. Retrieved 2019-11-21.

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