These Are The Best Teen Movies Ever Made

Even though the teenage years are known as the “golden years”, this is not always the case. Truth be told, being a teenager is difficult. Going to high school is the first step towards adulthood and people create lots of amazing memories during this time. If your teenage years are long gone and you want to remember what it was like to have no other care in the world than doing your homework on time, then here is where teenage movies come in. There are lots of awesome teenage movies that will bring you memories of those awkward times when you tried to talk with your crush and many more others. With that said, today we are going to present the top 20 best teenager movies ever made.

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20. Can’t Buy Me Love

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Can’t Buy Me Love was released in 1987 and it focuses on the life of a nerdy high schooler played by Patrick Dempsey. The high schooler makes a deal with a popular cheerleader (Amanda Peterson) to pretend to be his girlfriend. Spoiler alert! The two eventually fall in love.

19. American Pie

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The American Pie movies are some of the most hilarious teenage movies ever made and the one that was released in 1999 is famous for having tons of cringe-worthy scenes that will remind you of what dating in high school was like.

18. Booksmart

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Unlike the previous movies on our list, Booksmart was released this year. The movie follows two girls who want to make the most out of their graduation party and go on an amazing adventure that they are never going to forget.

17. High School Musical

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Can you believe that the first High School Musical was released back in 2006? Nonetheless, this is an amazing movie that kicked off the careers of now-famous actors such as Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens who used the movie to show off their talents in acting and singing.

16. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

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Netflix has created lots of awesome movies and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before stands out the most. This is a movie about teenage love and how a high school girl wrote letters to her top-five crushers. Without her knowing this, the letters were actually sent to her crushes!

15. Sierra Burgess Is a Loser

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With a name as Sierra Burges Is a Loser, we think it’s safe to say that this movie falls directly in the teenage category. Lots of funny things happen in the movie and the moment that stands out the most is when Sierra gets involved in a “Cyrano de Bergerac” style situation with her crush.

14. Candy Jar

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If you love watching debate teams, then Candy Jar is the perfect movie for you! This movie presents the story of two ultra-competitive debate champions who find out that they have many things in common and they become friends.

13. What a Girl Wants

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What a Girl Wants is one of the first movies where Amanda Bynes got the chance to show off her top-notch acting skills. The actress plays the role of a high schooler who moves to England so that she can meet her estranged father who is played by none other than the famous Colin Firth.

12. I Know What You Did Last Summer

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I Know What You Did Last Summer is the movie that started the “slasher” genre. Even though the movie has received mixed reviews from critics, no one can deny the fact that it had huge success at the box office and that it is a pop-culture classic.

11. Twilight

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Even though the Twilight movies received lots of criticism for being too corny, we have to mention the original one on our list. After all, the movie made hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office and it introduced Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson to the big stage.

10. The Fault in Our Stars

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The Fault in Our Stars is a bestselling book written by John Green and when the book was turned into a movie, millions of teenagers from all over the world watched it! This is a romantic tragedy that will have you in tears by the end.

9. Stuck in Love

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Stuck in Love was released back in 2012 and it’s an amazing teenage movie that you will love. The great thing about this movie is that not only will you be crying thanks to the romantic drama, but you will also have a big smile on your face due to the happy ending.

8. Love, Simon

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The actor Nick Robinson became a huge star after he played the role of Simon in this teenage movie which presents the story of a teenager who is not afraid to come out to his friends and family.

7. Alex Strangelove

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The movie Alex Strangelove was released last year and it follows the story of a teenager who is involved in an unusual love triangle with his long-time best friend Claire and a boy named Elliot.

6. Dumplin’

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If you are searching for a movie that will talk to you about self-love and that you shouldn’t care about what everyone else has to say about your appearance, then Dumplin’ is the movie for you. To make things even better, Jennifer Aniston plays an important role in the movie.

5. The Kissing Booth

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Even though Netflix doesn’t like to make its box-office results public, the Chief Content Officer at Netflix was proud to announce that The Kissing Booth was one of the most-watched that Netflix has ever created. The movie is really good!

4. Napolean Dynamite

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Napolean Dynamite is not just a funny teenage movie, it’s a pop-culture classic! If there is one thing that you can be certain about, then it has to be the fact that you will have a good laugh while watching this movie.

3. Dazed and Confused

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Matthew McConaughey is an amazing actor and he does a great job in the movie Dazed and Confused alongside other top actors such as Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich and Parker Posey. Here is where the famous “all right, all right, all right” catchphrase was coined.

2. Superbad

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Superbad is hands down one of the best teenager movies ever made. You are guaranteed to have a good laugh while watching this movie, especially since it features hilarious actors such as Jonah Hill and Michael Cera.

1. Sixteen Candles

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John Hughes wrote and directed Sixteen Candles which released back in 1984. The movie shows the story of Molly Ringwald who goes through heartbreaks during her sixteen birthday party and fortunately, she finds comfort in the arms of a popular high school boy named Jake Ryan.

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