With the divorce rate soaring ever higher in this fickle world of ours, it’s surprising that more studios haven’t exploited every latchkey kid’s fantasy of fixing their parents’ broken marriage. There’s always a place in advertising for luring kids from dysfunctional homes into a fantasy world where all their life’s problems can be solved via sound planning and some clever booby traps.
I guess the creators of House Arrest saw The Parent Trap so many moons ago and decided to blatantly rip it off. In the Parent Trap, twin sisters engaged in some romantic maneuvering to trick their estranged parents into falling back in love with each other. In the 90s, that kind of subtle sneakiness would’ve bored the audience to tears, so House Arrest decided to forego the logic and move straight into kidnapping and forced couples therapy.
When you’re a young boy, life is simple. There are few things that truly matter to you in life. The most dominant thoughts in your head usually involve some combination of cartoons, tree houses, favorite action figures, the large bag of candy on the top shelf of the cabinet, and most importantly, girls.
With most girls your age being awkward and annoying, however, the first crush in a boy’s life is most often a celebrity babe. As an homage to the hundreds of hours spent fantasizing about the intangible goddesses of the silver screen, 90smovies.net takes a look at the Top 5 Movie Babes of the 90s.