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Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)
Though it may be a story of unrequited love, it's still probably the most romantic film that features cannibalism.
Go Fish (1994)
In this black-and-white film that's so '90s it hurts, a group of women hook up, hang out, and have lengthy discussions about love and sex that are contractually required to appear in every movie involving more than one central couple.
The Birdcage (1996)
At the heart of this film is a sweet and strong relationship between Armand (Robin Williams) and Albert (Nathan Lane).
But I'm a Cheerleader (2000)
A rom-com wrapped in bright blue and pink, this '90s cult film features a classic high school profession of love.
Saving Face (2004)
A romance with plenty of mystery and intergenerational conflict, Saving Face tells the story of a New York woman who's not quite ready to introduce her girlfriend to her mother. But when her mother gets pregnant, she becomes her daughter's roommate (though she won't say who the baby's father is).