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    1. “The Rise of Independent Cinema”: This article would delve into the advent and expansion of independent movies in the 90s, detailing directors, such as Quentin Tarantino and Richard Linklater, who brought a new, bold voice to cinema with films like “Pulp Fiction” and “Slacker.”
    2. “Blockbuster Weekend Hits”: A thorough look into the blockbuster hits that shaped the 90s film culture, such as “Jurassic Park”, “Titanic”, and “The Lion King”, detailing their iconic storylines, groundbreaking special effects, and record-breaking box-office numbers.
    3. “Animation Resurgence – Disney Renaissance”: An overview of Disney’s historic animation comeback in the 90s with major hits like “The Little Mermaid”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Aladdin”, promoting the concept of feature-length animated movies as a valuable artistic medium.
    4. “Emergence of CGI technology”: An exploration of how advancements in digital technology, especially CGI, reshaped filmmaking in the 90s. This showcases foundational films like “Toy Story”, the first fully CGI feature-length movie, and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”.
    5. “1990s (Neo) Noir”: An analysis of the resurgence and transformation of noir film in the 90s, looking at films like “L.A. Confidential” and “The Usual Suspects” that channeled traditional elements and introduced contemporary tones.
    6. “Cult Movies of the 90s”: A comprehensive examination of the decade’s iconic cult films such as “The Big Lebowski” and “Fight Club”. It probes attributes such as unorthodox storylines, dark humor, and subcultures, that contributed to their unique appeal.
    7. “New Age Horror: Psychological and Meta-Horror”: This article scrutinizes the shift in the horror genre in the 90s, moving towards psychological thrills and self-referential humor, exemplified by “The Sixth Sense” and “Scream”.
    8. “Golden Age of Romantic Comedies”: This entry is a deep dive into the surge of romantic comedies, with pivotal films like “Pretty Woman” and “You’ve Got Mail” achieving mainstream success, shaping the genre’s future.
    9. “Changing Landscape of Science Fiction”: A detailed account of the evolution of the science fiction genre, specifically cyberpunk and dystopian films like “The Matrix” and “Total Recall”, reflecting societal fears and fascinations about future technology.
    10. “Diversity and Representation: New Voices on the Screen”: A look into the long-overdue emergence of diverse voices in Hollywood, emphasizing directors like Spike Lee (“Malcolm X”) and movies such as “Boyz n the Hood” that challenged the status quo and confronted racial inequality.