Nostalgia never gets old. A whole lot of the movies on this list are concerned with the past. “Pulp Fiction” is obsessed with the ’70s. “Forrest Gump,” “The Sandlot,” “Goodfellas” and “That Thing You Do” all are nothing if not wistful about the ’60s. And, well, “Sleepy Hollow,” “Titanic” and “Shakespeare in Love” all look back more than 100 years. Now look at us, revisiting these ’90s movies and getting nostalgic about the nostalgia. The never-ending cycle continues and grows ever more incepted.
Star Wars: Episode 1 — The Phantom Menace
This behind-the-scenes photo is from an unproduced “Star Wars” movie called “The Phantom Menace.” It was actually a prequel to the “Star Wars” trilogy we all know and love. They spent almost $120 million on the project, but the end result was so bad that George Lucas demanded it never see the light of day. The film’s release was canceled, and all prints were destroyed. All that remains are a few behind-the-scenes images, like this one, of characters who will forever remain mysterious to anyone who didn’t work on the film.