All These '90s & '00s Movies Coming To Netflix Will Help You Plan The Perfect Marathon

It may be 2018, but that doesn't stop the yearnings for some nostalgia goodness. To help you out with that ever-returning craving, Netflix, being the awesome support system that it is, is coming to the rescue yet again. And with all the '90s and early '00s movies coming to Netflix in February 2018, reliving those happy, grade-school memories will be possible.

Ranging from horror to romantic comedies, Netflix is bringing back more than 20 classics that premiered around the early millennium — most of which are coming to the streaming platform just in time for Valentine's Day. So basically, if you were stumped on how to spend your time during the love-filled holiday, Netflix has totally got your back. Whether you want to spend it with a significant other, or just enjoy your own company, marathoning some of the most coveted movies of your formative years sounds like a great way to celebrate.

Everything from the Ocean's heist franchise to every American Pie sequel you didn't even know existed will be available at your disposal, and seriously, between the box-office hits, what more could one ask for? But, wait. Netflix has the horror and thriller category covered, too, with Scream 3. Sure, this may have given you nightmares back in the day, but hey, we're adults now. A little fright never hurt anyone.

How cool is it to live in a time when Men in Black and Ella Enchanted can be watched back-to-back and at the press of a button, no less? And thanks to Netflix's catalogue of early millennium gems streaming in February, you'll be able to do all of that — and more.


This Martin Scorsese '90s gem is too good to miss.

Available Feb. 1.

'Men In Black'

This '97 film is undoubtedly a classic, and you also have Will Smith to thank for that marvelous soundtrack.

Available Feb. 1

'American Pie'

What screams '90s rom-com more than a film about a group of high schoolers grappling with their virginity?

Available Feb. 1

'American Pie 2'

More sex and more laughs. This '01 sequel definitely brings all of that to the table.

Available Feb. 1

'American Pie Presents: Band Camp'

Take everything that made American Pie a classic, and put it in the midst of band camp. Let's just say, you won't be able to stop laughing during this '05 spinoff.

Available Feb. 1

'American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile'

And yes — this '06 American Pie edition's title hints at the film's theme perfectly.

Available Feb. 1

'American Pie Presents: The Book of Love'

This '09 installment may have gone straight to DVD, but that doesn't mean it's any less hilarious than the others.

Available Feb. 1

'Scream 3'

Closing out the famed trilogy, the '00 finale brings a whole other level of suspense to fans.

Available Feb. 1

'Meet The Parents'

Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro got the new millennium off to a great start in this '00 flick.

Available Feb. 1

'Meet The Fockers'

Seriously, Stiller and De Niro make a perfect comedy duo, and this '04 sequel totally proves that to be true.

Available Feb. 1

'3000 Miles To Graceland'

It's 2001 and Elvis Week in Vegas. What else needs to be said about this big-screen epic-ness?

Available Feb. 1

'Lara Croft: Tomb Raider'

Excited to see Alicia Vikander take over the Tomb Raider reigns in March? Well, you may want to add this '01 film to your watch list before the franchise's highly anticipated premiere.

Available Feb. 1

'Ocean's Eleven'

George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Brad Pitt in one film should make their way to your streaming lineup soon.

Available Feb. 1

'Ocean's Twelve'

The Danny Ocean gang take their heisting ways to Europe, and seriously, who else could watch these Hollywood royals for days on end?

Available Feb. 1

'Ocean's Thirteen'

Danny Ocean is back for cash, and this time around, revenge in the '07 film.

Available Feb. 1

'Kill Bill: Vol. 1'

It's the year '03, and Uma Thurman is out for revenge in this Tarantino classic.

Available Feb. 1

'Kill Bill: Vol. 2'

The Bride, aka Uma Thurman, is going to finish off her hit list even if it kills her.

Available Feb. 1

'Ella Enchanted'

Anne Hathaway makes the best royal.

Available Feb. 1

'Æon Flux'

Charlize Theron's '05 thriller should be marked as mandatory viewing.

Available Feb. 1

'Evan Almighty'

First a newscaster, then a congressman, and, finally, one of God's chosen ones. And Steve Carrell handles all of these roles hilariously.

Available Feb. 16

'Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story'

John C. Reilly plays a musician with more life troubles than one could even imagine, and it's hilarious to watch.

Available Feb. 1


Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, and Mila Kunis together in one film sounds too perfect to be true.

Available Feb. 1

'The Hurt Locker'

Critically acclaimed, award-winning, and outright inspirational. The Hurt Locker is a total must-see.

Available Feb. 1

You can always depend on Netflix to come through with the classics, and its February's list of arrivals sounds awesome.

Editor's Note: This article has been updated from its original version.