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Summit Entertainment. It's hard to even mention this movie without rolling your eyes, but anyone who's experienced the utter angst of teen love can relate to the tortured romance between teen girl Bella ( Kirsten Stewart) and her vampire boyfriend Edward ( Robert Pattinson ).
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Netflix released the unofficial teen-romance Film of the Year in 2018 with To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Based on Jenny Han's 2014 novel of the same name, the movie stars Lana Condor as Lara Jean, a teen whose life is turned upside-down when her private love letters make their way out into the world. Although she's obviously mortified by the situation, which would clearly be a nightmare for most …Estimated Reading Time: 10 mins
The heartthrob is a bit of mystery man these days! While that sounds like a dour setup for a movie, it's actually a comedy! It's drama with a side of laughs. Based on the eponymous Jeffrey Eugenides bestseller, the Sofia Coppola film is a cautionary tale for restrictive parenting, as it follows five sisters who live in a deeply religious household which they rebel against in tragic ways. I mean: She keeps the kids safe, foils a criminal plot, and gets a college boy to fall in love with her, all in one night! And thanks to classic films and modern movies that span the range of amorous experiences, there's the perfect kind of story for everyone, whether you want to enjoy a fun fictional flirtation or a heartwarming happily-ever-after. NBC Universal. Cyrus' character struggles with the strained relationship she has with her father Greg Kinnear , the man who shares her musical talents. This is great for those looking for a shot of early-'00s nostalgia. This indie about the romance between a year-old rich girl dubbed "Baby" Jennifer Grey and a wrong-side-of-the-tracks dancer named Johnny Patrick Swayze was a surprise box office hit and continues to be immensely popular. The former child star did a pictorial in inspired by Marilyn Monroe's shoot for the first issue. Our protagonist is Rue played by the Emmy-award-winning Zendaya , a year-old high schooler fresh out of rehab, and we get to know the complex web of people in her life who also are battling addictions, insecurities, and, well, lust. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Loosely based on a novel series by the same name, the show is essentially a shiny whodunnit. Imposter syndrome is real as hell. Fox travels back to , and has to plot to make sure his parents—total opposites—fall in love, while also trying to harness the power of lightning so he can get…back to the future. In the film that made her a star, Alicia Silverstone plays Cher Horowitz, a rich Beverly Hills high-school student who finds romance after realizing that she's been shallow, selfish, and generally clueless. In an era in which teen movies were invariably fluffy in nature, this film broke the rules by being dark, cynical, and subversive. Nick Michael Cera is still hung up on his ex-girlfriend when he finds himself caught up in a night that includes saving a drunk friend that's gone M. In , Tiffany performed across the country as part of the Mixtape Tour, a multi-act show headlined by New Kids on the Block, who have credited her for helping them find an audience in their early career by having them open for her. Summit Entertainment. Do not sleep on Julie and the Phantoms. Lara Jean, romantic heroine of To All the Boys I've Loved Before , has to navigate the ins and outs of her first real relationship — which gets even more complicated when a new boy enters the mix who may be an even better match for her. Sierra gets involved in a Cyrano de Bergerac -style situation where she starts a relationship with Jamey — except he thinks her phone number belongs to someone else. Diana is a senior editor who writes about sex and relationships, modern dating trends, and health and wellness. Michael J. The show deals with extremely regular and relatable stuff: Friendship, love, and the agony of being weird in high school. Also, a young Blake Lively and Penn Badgley dating on-screen and off-screen? He is sorely missed by his friends, family and fans. Customers have now been warned. This beloved indie film is about a pregnant teen named Juno Ellen Page trying to find her identity in the midst of her unplanned pregnancy. This film starring Kirsten Dunst deals with a high school cheerleading squad literally and figuratively bending over backwards in an attempt to win a competition and best a rival team. Has there ever been a TV character more sensitive and raw than Matt Saracen? It has that air of sophistication that all John Green stories have, and of course, a crushing ending. Stories you might enjoy. But I am sure, still handsome as ever. They could be dropped next week due to a dispute. That's what happens to Bay when her blood is tested in a high school lab, kicking off a series of events that brings two very different families together. Euphoria is undoubtedly intense, so if you're looking for something lighter, feel free to move right along. This comedy about a girl named Cady Lindsay Lohan , who gets sucked into a popular clique called the Plastics, isn't even a teen movie so much a brilliant piece of social satire, which is part of its endlessly enduring appeal. How long can she keep up the mistaken identity? After the battles, can he learn what goes into a real relationship? Very few people realize that the film is actually an adaptation of the French novel Dangerous Liaisons , which makes its tale of wealth, incest, betrayal, and intrigue all the more compelling. These days, Cameron acts almost exclusively in movies with an Evangelical Christian theme, and also runs a ministry he co-founded. They've been touring and recording since getting back together in and even temporarily teamed up with latter-day boy band the Backstreet Boys as supergroup NKOTBSB. The Chrismukkah episodes were also always a real treat. If you're in the mood for something about self-love, this movie follows the plus-size teen Danielle Macdonald , the daughter of a former beauty queen Jennifer Aniston , who signs up for a beauty pageant to spite her mother — only to realize she's inspired others to try out, too. Have they gone the way of Phat Farm and puffy vests?
Spoiler alert: high school IRL is absolutely nothing like the dramatic teen dramas and hilariously awkward comedies you were obsessed with before you become a freshman. Fortunately, there's no shame in living vicariously through your favorite fictional teenagers and their exciting over-the-top lives. That's way more fun than the reality of high school's boring day-to-day drudgery. We've all become overly attached to a fictional crush or BFF. Let's be honest, we haven't fully shed our teenage skin. Insecurities linger. Imposter syndrome is real as hell. We're all basically just winging it—no one actually knows what they're doing. So, if you're like me and want to distract yourself from your very real adult responsibilities—your relationship, your job, your bills—I suggest diving into one of the 47 best teen dramas below for a healthy dose of exaggerations, cliff-hangers, and deep secrets. You know, all the good stuff. Okay, so this is technically about seventh graders, but nothing makes you more nostalgic for being a teenager than remembering how awkward it was to be a preteen? My logic is flawless. Come because you heard about the drama between Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett, and stay for a totally bonkers and delightful musical show that will fill both the Zac Efron and Glee -shaped holes in your heart. Disney adults apply within. Teenage girls trying to live their best lives while some seriously dangerous and distressing political conflict wages in the background. How dare it be this good at more than one thing?? Do not sleep on Julie and the Phantoms. Yes, seriously! It makes no sense but I would protect those little ghost boys with my life … which also makes no sense, TBH. This show was canceled, and got some things wrong about the South … but a lot right, too, and was still a super fun show about two sisters who step outside of their sheltered environment and start kicking ass as you guessed it bounty hunters. It also has an enemies-to-lovers relationship that will knock your socks off. Move over, Bring It On. Dare Me is a story about cheerleaders for the next generation and includes something for all the true-crime lovers some murder mystery, duh. Sadly, it was canceled after one season, but that makes it a quick watch. John Green fans waited almost a decade-and-a-half for this coming-of-age novel to hit the screen. It was initially going to be a movie, but eventually became a miniseries distributed by Hulu. The enthralling story is about the titular character, Alaska, and her friendships at an Alabama boarding school. It has that air of sophistication that all John Green stories have, and of course, a crushing ending. All American focuses on a rising high school football star, who is recruited from South Crenshaw High to play in Beverly Hills. Lots of drama ensues on and off the field, you know the drill. If you're wondering whether this is just Sabrina the Teenage Witch for Gen Z-ers, then yes, you are correct—but it's also so much more than that. Kiernan Shipka Sally from Mad Men, duh plays Sabrina, a half-witch and half-mortal who struggles with her identity in spite of her powers. This adaption is dark, complicated, and really, freakin' good. Treasure hunting. Cute boys. Despite its whack ending , Outer Banks became a fan-favorite nearly overnight, and it's already been renewed for a second season. The Mindy Kaling-created series is the perfect rom-com with lots of depth—classic Mindy stuff. Devi is a sophomore balancing her Indian heritage while trying to fit in. And what's the best way to do that, you ask? The only issue is that she backs out at the last minute and then starts to fall for the last person she ever thought she'd like. A common teen trope is throwing characters from a lower socioeconomic community into a wealthy high school. Elite carries on this legacy with three students who attend an exclusive private school in Spain, but the culture clash gets kicked up a notch when they become involved in a murder. As four friends navigate high school in their South Central Los Angeles neighborhood, their bond is put to the test and they must confront all the challenges and complexities homecoming, betrayal, the works that come with being a teenager. It's drama with a side of laughs. Two teenage outsiders, James who thinks he's a psychopath and Alyssa who's full of angst , go on a road trip. Violence ensues, alongside classic British dark humor. It's based on a comic book series, btw. Imagine realizing that your parents aren't actually your biological parents. That's what happens to Bay when her blood is tested in a high school lab, kicking off a series of events that brings two very different families together. You won't be able to look away from this one. A group of high school students devote themselves to figuring out how their classmate died. Yeah, you're right, the series is based on the Archie comics and stars your faves Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse! Euphoria is undoubtedly intense, so if you're looking for something lighter, feel free to move right along. Our protagonist is Rue played by the Emmy-award-winning Zendaya , a year-old high schooler fresh out of rehab, and we get to know the complex web of people in her life who also are battling addictions, insecurities, and, well, lust. They have to work together to figure out what happened while making sure they survive.
So keep reading to see what all of your favorite '80s teen idols are up to now. And now? Courtesy of Hulu. I Still Love You The items on it? He's continued to act in movies, TV, and on stage, but what's most exciting for OG Macchio fans is that the Karate Kid universe has been revived into the series Cobra Kai , in which he returns to the role of Daniel LaRusso. It was initially going to be a movie, but eventually became a miniseries distributed by Hulu. Some were known for artfully representing the adolescent experience on the movie screen, while others were packing malls with fans who wanted to hear their hits. This supernatural horror film is absolutely ridiculous in every way imaginable, not least of all because of its terrible special effects. A prequel to the next film on this list, this film is set during the Cuban Revolution, and is about the forbidden romance that develops between a rich American teen Romola Garai and a Cuban busboy Diego Luna. He tried an experimental gastric bypass surgery that helped him to lose hundreds of pounds. Super cute fact: Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens not only fell in love onscreen, but they also found real-life romance while filming HSM and dated for around four years. Getty Images Rich Polk. This adaption is dark, complicated, and really, freakin' good. This time, Elle still has to juggle her relationships with boyfriend Noah and best-friend Lee, all while college decisions loom. And thanks to classic films and modern movies that span the range of amorous experiences, there's the perfect kind of story for everyone, whether you want to enjoy a fun fictional flirtation or a heartwarming happily-ever-after. The two have had a public falling out, unfortunately, exacerbated when Christopher released his scathing memoir, Life with My Sister Madonna , in Customers have now been warned. But I am sure, still handsome as ever. The Kissing Booth Handsome Devil Courtesy of Netflix. They could be dropped next week due to a dispute. Jenny McCarthy - June And he is still as handsome as ever! But that might be a rule she ends up breaking, especially when she's tasked with setting up a kissing booth for a school carnival that offers a peck from a certain sizzling someone. Five teen students who span the social spectrum—the popular "princess" Claire Molly Ringwald , star athlete Andrew Emilio Estevez , criminal John Judd Nelson , brainy Brian Anthony Michael Hall , and outcast Allison Ally Sheedy —connect over their differences and similarities, seeing each other in a totally new light, including two pairs who end up seeing something even more, like possible romance. However, his happiness is threatened when an unknown person tries to blackmail him over the secret that he's been keeping from his family and classmates: He's gay. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any products or services through an affiliate link to the retailer's website. The brothers are apparently quite close: Colin even paid for the wedding and helped pick out the rings. Fortunately, there's no shame in living vicariously through your favorite fictional teenagers and their exciting over-the-top lives. The enthralling story is about the titular character, Alaska, and her friendships at an Alabama boarding school. Hannah played by Katherine Langford dies by suicide, leaving behind 13 recordings to explain her tragic decision. Singer Tiffany had a huge hit in with her cover of "I Think We're Alone Now," and also singlehandedly established "the mall tour" as a way of hyping up teen-focused artists to their potential fans. Pamela Anderson - July The "Baywatch" star also graced the cover of the magazine's "final" nude issue in It got terrible reviews but was a sleeper hit in theaters, and it's not only one of the ultimate feel-good films but also a veritable ode to '90s rom-coms. It also has an enemies-to-lovers relationship that will knock your socks off. For something with a more supernatural bent, this movie follows the Groundhog Day-style template, where the protagonist has to live the same day over and over. This beloved indie film is about a pregnant teen named Juno Ellen Page trying to find her identity in the midst of her unplanned pregnancy. In the film that made her a star, Alicia Silverstone plays Cher Horowitz, a rich Beverly Hills high-school student who finds romance after realizing that she's been shallow, selfish, and generally clueless. Teri Polo and Sherri Saum play Stef and Lena, a cop and school vice principal, respectively, who are married and have four adopted kids and one of their own. Kendall took on Coachella in a totally sheer bralette. Sheedy still takes on an acting role now and then. Sony The WB. It's hard to even mention this movie without rolling your eyes, but anyone who's experienced the utter angst of teen love can relate to the tortured romance between teen girl Bella Kirsten Stewart and her vampire boyfriend Edward Robert Pattinson. See You Yesterday In recent years, Estevez has appeared in a handful of films that he also wrote and directed, including Bobby , The Way , and The Public. However, thanks to classmates who are ready to make it a night to remember—including a drunk nerd, a yearbook-obsessed graduate, and Amanda's icky ex—things don't exactly go as planned. All rights reserved.
Within the last few years, TV shows have reinvented the way in which we approach teenage issues. The hit Netflix shows 13 Reasons Why and To All the Boys I've Loved are breaking new ground in the ways we discuss important issues such as bullying, suicide, the intensity of your first real crush, and the need to fit in—acknowledging the reality that navigating this stage of early adulthood isn't nearly as easy as the teen movies of yesteryear would have us believe. And yet, there's something so deliciously enjoyable about the teen rom-coms of the '80s, '90s, and early aughts, with their stock characters, formulaic plots, and happy endings. There's a comfort to their predictability, and a joy in the way that they remind you of a time when all of your emotions were so extreme and life, in all its glory, was wide open with possibility. And some of them are worth watching for the fashion alone did we really wear chokers? So if you're in the mood for a teen movie—be it a drama, comedy, or horror film—check out our ranking of some of the classics. This film is about a nerdy high schooler Patrick Dempsey who bribes a beautiful cheerleader Amanda Peterson into pretending to be his girlfriend, in order to boost his own social status. If you want to watch a movie about two teens who wind up falling in love—by pretending to be in love—and are super into '80s fashion , this hits the spot. Outrageously bawdy, the film about a group of high school students fumbling through attempts to lose their virginity is refreshingly frank in the way it deals with sex and masturbation. But it's also pretty shallow, and many of the scenes are really cringeworthy see: Stifler. Free-spirited American teenager Daphne Amanda Bynes goes to England to meet her estranged, uppity English father Colin Firth , and ends up really shaking up the lives of the British middle class. It's one of those movies that you probably loved if you watched it as a tween but wouldn't enjoy as a first-time adult viewer. This slasher about a group of high school students plagued by a hooked killer who, erm, knows what they did last summer, received mixed reviews when it was released but was a major success at the box office and continues to be a pop culture classic. The film's primary flaw is that, unlike Scream keep reading! It's hard to even mention this movie without rolling your eyes, but anyone who's experienced the utter angst of teen love can relate to the tortured romance between teen girl Bella Kirsten Stewart and her vampire boyfriend Edward Robert Pattinson. The film is also a good reminder that sunshine is a real mood-booster because many of the issues that they have could have been cured by a little extra melanin. Based on the bestselling book by John Green , this romantic tragedy film is about two cancer patients who fall in love. It doesn't exactly reinvent the genre, but it's a great tearjerker, and has touched the hearts of adults and teens alike. This totally original and hilarious film follows the titular character as he navigates life in rural Idaho—and really embodies the experience of teens bored senseless by high school. Thanks to its devastating deadpan humor, it has gained a much-deserved cult following. Richard Linklater 's film follows a group of teens in Austin, Texas, trying to make the most of their last day of high school. It's pace is loose and refreshingly meandering, and it's also known for launching the careers of several stars, including Ben Affleck , Milla Jovovich , Parker Posey , and Matthew McConaughey whose catchphrase in the movie, "All right, all right, all right," is famous. It's considered one of the ultimate stoner flicks, partially because Linklater has an uncanny ability to make rambling monologues about the universe feel purposeful rather than pretentious. Hilarity ensues when high school nerds Seth Jonah Hill and Evan Michael Cera try to advance their social standing in the dumbest ways possible. The Judd Apatow film was both a critical and commercial success, with fans and critics alike praising the way it perfectly captured the immense awkwardness of being a teen. And yes, it brought McLovin' into the world. Based on Stephen Chbosky's eponymous novel, the film stars a shy teen who befriends two fellow classmates who show what it means to truly be alive. The movie is notable for the way it handles sensitive topics like depression, suicide, death, and sexual abuse, but it can be a bit pretentious at times. A prim and proper schoolgirl Amy Locane breaks social taboos by falling in love with a juvenile delinquent named Cry-Baby Johnny Depp. This is the ultimate so-bad-it's-good film, and, as such, it has garnered a cult following since its release. Josie Gellar Drew Barrymore is a junior copyrighter hungry for success who poses as a high school student for what sounds like a terrible and extremely unethical investigative piece on teen culture. She's also never been kissed, and her budding romance with her English teacher Michael Vartan becomes complicated as a result of her deception. It's a fairly shallow film, but anyone who wasn't popular in high school can relate to the trials and tribulations of "Josie Grossie. The high school-set film was named after the Britney Spears song that features on its soundtrack, and it's just as begrudgingly enjoyable. High school neighbors Nicole Melissa Joan Hart and Chase Adrien Grenier pretend to be a couple in order to make their respective exes jealous, but end up falling in love in the process gasp! Bet you never saw that one coming! It may not have as much depth of some of the films higher up on this list, but there's something immensely satisfying about the scene in which they finally give in to their true emotions. Unpopular opinion: this movie is actually brilliant. Back when it premiered in , the third installment of the iconic slasher series was panned by critics, but it's such a great spoof of the precise genre it reinvented, and it's even more laugh-out-loud funny than the original. The most recent film on this entire list, Greta Gerwig's recent coming-of-age drama about a Catholic high school senior who calls herself "Lady Bird" Saoirse Ronan was critically acclaimed and won two Oscars, mostly because it's a rare example of a film about a young woman's identity that doesn't focus solely on her relationship with a boy. While it's funny, it's also not as purely fun as some of the other movies on this list. This beloved indie film is about a pregnant teen named Juno Ellen Page trying to find her identity in the midst of her unplanned pregnancy. Its quirky humor garnered it very favorable reviews, and it's unique for receiving criticism from both pro-life and pro-choice activists. The film's closing sequence has also got to be one of the sweetest scenes in teen movie history. Anne Hathaway's breakthrough role as an ordinary San Francisco teen who suddenly finds out she's heir to the throne of a fictional European country called Genovia speaks to the secret teenage need to feel like you're special in a way that no one else recognizes. It's also a really charming film that inspires young women to break the mold and march to the beat of their own drums.