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Welcome to 2015! This year will see the release of huge movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Tomorrowland, not to mention the fact that we’ll be revisiting the worlds of Star Wars and Terminator.

Before we get to any of those though, let’s take a look back to 1995, a huge year for cinema which saw the release of many, many significant movies. We’re talking about films that had an impact so massive, it’s still being felt today. Of course, there were some not so great ones too, and we also take a look at those.

From the mark they did or didn’t leave to how well they hold up today, here are a selection of those we loved…and some we hated!

20. Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd

Release Date: June 30th, 1995

Key Players: Danny Cannon, Sylvester Stallone, Rob Schneider

Deep Impact? Apart from being remembered as one of the all-time worst comic book movies? Not much. This isn’t one of the roles Sylvester Stallone will be remembered for, and it failed to launch a franchise.

In fact, it wasn’t until 2012 that a new, vastly superior Judge Dredd movie was released. Sadly, moviegoers couldn’t be tempted back, and it was a box office flop despite rave reviews and a loyal cult following.

Does It Still Hold Up? Absolutely not. Full of clunky costumes which make even the lousiest cosplayer look like a costume designer on Avengers Assemble, Judge Dredd was the worst kind of cheesy ’90s movie. When you compare it to DREDD or any modern day blockbuster for that matter, it’s not even fun to rewatch. And he TAKES OFF HIS HELMET! Still not over that…

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