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5 Mind-Blowing Movies Which Were Great Trend-Setters

When a movie does its job, it makes the audience want more and more, sometimes it results in sequels, sometimes it means more movies like the ones. But there are sometimes when movies create trends that take off in the real world. Here is the list of 5 Amazing Movies Which Were A Great Trend-Setters.

1) “Finding Nemo” (2003)

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Finding Nemo was a box office juggernaut in 2003. It earned over $900 million and cemented Pixar’s position as the best creator of animated movies in Hollywood. Marlin and Nemo, two of the film’s main characters, are clownfish, a cute, orange-and-white species that can be found around the world.

2) “Risky Business” (1983)

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An awkward teen in Risky Business. He strapped on a pair of Ray-Ban wayfarers and made everyone look at him in a new light. Sure, you must be remembering the scene of Cruise dancing to “Old Time Rock’n’Roll” in his underwear, but feel pretty confident in saying that it was the sunglass that made him a movie star.

3) “Napoleon Dynamite” (2004)

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Napoleon Dynamite” (2004) when an independent film with an unknown cast became an overnight sensation. It quickly en entered into public consciousness thanks to the memorably deadpan performance of curly-haired Jon Heder.

4) “Borat” (2006)

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In the fall of 2006, a Kazakh journalist traveled to America and took the country by storm. In the film Borat: Cultural learnings of America for make benefit Glorios nation of Kazakhstan. Sacha Baron Cohen plays the role of a naive observer of American customs, which often produces hilarious results.

5) “The Matrix” (1999)

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The Matrix is a sci-fi blockbuster that introduced the world to the idea of “bullet-time,” a special effect that slowed down the movement of a fired bullet so that we could see Keanu Reeves’s Neo and other characters move around it in slow motion.

6) “X-Men” (2000)

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When Bryan Singer’s X-Men came out in 2000, no one knew what kind of box office gold could be spun from adapting comic books for the big screen. X-Men launched the modern era of superheroes, which includes great movies like The Dark Knight, Iron Man, and even X2: X-Men United, which many people thought was better than the first film.

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