50 Best Teen Movies of All Time That Will Bring You Back To Youth


A teenager’s life is infamous for its ups and downs, first loves, first heartbreaks, bodily roller coasters, and deeply felt moments that last forever. Once you grow up, it is impossible to go back to those days as they are considered the best days of life. Watching teen movies can take you back to those days because these movies are much more relatable than the other genres.  

If you are unsure which teen movie to watch, here is the list of 50 best teen movies of all time for you to watch in UK that will make you feel like a young, brimming teenager again. Scroll down this list, grab some popcorn, and prepare to relate to each character.

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  • Love, Simon (2018)

Love, Simon (2018)

Director: Greg Berlanti

Writer: Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker

Cast: Katherine Langford, Nick Robinson, and Keiynan Lonsdale

IMDb: 7.6/10

Our Rating: 82%

The lead character Simon Spier is keeping his sexual orientation hidden from everyone around him, even his family. He believes that no one will accept him and might bring unnecessary drama into his life. However, some wicked person finds out and blackmails him. Simon tries his best to deal with the situation but later learns that there is nothing to hide about his identity.

  • Clueless (1995)

Clueless (1995)

Director: Amy Heckerling

Writer: Amy Heckerling

Cast: Alicia Silverston, Brittanya Murphy, and Paul Rudd

IMDb: 6.8/10

Our Rating: 73%

The lead character, Cher, is an eye candy for boys and also a wealthy high school girl. Cher is struggling to cope with issues that come with entering adolescence. Meanwhile, she gets involved with a new girl in her school and tries to make her famous. Things get hilarious and messy when she and her new friend fall for the same guy. Watch the movie to know if Cher gets the guy she likes or not.

  • The Breakfast Club (1985)

The Breakfast Club (1985)

Director: John Hughes

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy

IMDb: 7.8/10

Our Rating: 81%

The story is about five high school students who are very different from each other in terms of mindset. They come together in one place while facing detainment in their school. It’s a Saturday morning, and all of them are forced to stay in the library together. In the movie, you will see the process of how their egos fade away with time, and they develop a strong friendship. The movie teaches us to embrace differences and the importance of togetherness.

  • The Edge of Seventeen (2016)

The Edge of Seventeen (2016)

Director: Kelly Fremon Craig

Writer: Kelly Fremon Craig

Cast:  Haley Lu, Hailee Steinfeld, and Blake Jenner 

IMDb: 7.3/10

Our Rating: 77%

We all know that growing up is tough, and coping with life is not easy for anyone, especially for high school students. Nadine is a junior in her high school who is already so shy and awkward around people. When her big brother starts dating her only best friend, she gets into a loophole of loneliness. However, she finds a great friend for herself who has a very positive perspective on life. Watch the movie to learn heartfelt lessons of life.

  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2021)

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2021)

Director: Stephen Chbosky

Writer: Stephen Chbosky

Cast: Emma Charlotte, Logan Lerman, and Ezra Miller

IMDb: 7.9/10

Our Rating: 81%

The plot revolves around a teenage boy named Charlie. The character is an introvert who joins a new high school. As you can imagine how nervous he would feel about this new chapter of his life. However, he gets into a friendship with one of his seniors and bravely copes with the death of his friend. He realizes his privileges when he gets to know about his friend’s unstable past.

  • Easy A (2010)

Easy A (2010)

Director: Will Gluck

Writer: Bert V. Royal

Cast: Amanda Bynes, Emma Stone, and Penn Badgley

IMDb: 7/10

Our Rating: 68%

You’ll see a beautiful and fun girl named Olive. To sound like a cool teenager, she lies about losing her virginity to her best friend with one of the guys in her school. Things get bad for her when their conversation gets overheard by a nosy girl, and she spreads it across the school. However, Olive finds her way to still be charming despite being ridiculed by every student on her campus. Watch the movie on Netflix to see Olive putting her life back together.

  • Mean Girls (2004)

Mean Girls (2004)

Director: Mark Waters

Writer: Tina Fey

Cast: Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, and Rachel McAdams

IMDb: 7/10

Our Rating: 72%

Cady is a new girl in high school who is quiet but isn’t afraid to speak her mind when necessary. Soon she makes friends with Damian and Janis, who warn her about “Plastics,” a group of wealthy and mean girls. However, she ends up joining the group and gets in a big mess when she falls for the ex-lover of Regina, the leader of the group. One thing about Regina that you must know is that she is pure evil. Watch Cady get out of this mess and overcome Regina’s hatred.

  • Booksmart (2019)

Booksmart (2019)

Director: Olivia Wilde

Writer: Katie Silberman and Emily Halpern

Cast: Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, and Billie Lourd 

IMDb: 7.2/10

Our Rating: 75%

The story is about two best friends who are almost alike and even going through some same social issues. Amy and Molly learn that fellow students and their other friends see them as outcasts because they are nerds and pretentious. They come to the conclusion that they are actually missing out on having fun in life and decide to go for it. The plot wants to send a message to viewers that our life is meant to be lived fully rather than spending our lives in limitations.

  • She’s All That (1999)

She's All That (1999)

Director: Robert Iscove 

Writer: R. Lee Fleming Jr. and M. Night Shyamalan

Cast: Freddie Prinze, Rachael Leigh, and Matthew Lillard

IMDb: 5.9/10

Our Rating: 63%

The story starts when a popular guy in the school named Zach gets ditched by his girlfriend, who has a reputation for being a queen bee. Responding to teasing from his friends, he bets that he can make any uncharming girl the prom queen this year. He chooses a girl named Laney and eventually starts developing real feelings for her. Things get twisted when Laney learns about the bet. What do you think? Will Laney forgive him, or will he lose her forever?

  •  Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

Director: Joel Gallen

Writer: Adam Jay Epstein and Phil Beauman 

Cast: Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, and Jaime Pressly

IMDb: 5.7/10

Our Rating: 63%

Not another teen movie features a plot where a guy bets to make one of the girls in his high school a prom queen this year. However, he has a crooked sister who is a popular cheerleader wanting to be the prom queen and can do anything for it. They get into a clash when he learns that his sister is trying to ruin his plans. So who wins in the end? Get your answers by tuning this movie on your laptop’s screen. You can call up your friends and enjoy this engaging movie together.

  • Bring It On (2006)

Bring It On (2006)

Director: Steve Rash

Writer: Alyson Fouse

Cast: Solange, Hayden Panettiere, and Francia Raisa

IMDb: 5.6/10

Our Rating: 61%

It is actually a compilation of all the cheerleading movie series that started up with Bring It On. The series includes five direct-to-video sequels along with a newly released sequel of a Halloween-themed TV film. However, none of the series will show you the original cast of the film. This movie is the best choice for binge-watching with your peers. Get all the parts of the movie series and make your weekends entertaining. 

  • Heathers (1988)

Heathers (1988)

Director: Michael Lehmann

Writer: Daniel Waters 

Cast: Christian Slater, Winona Ryder, and Shannen Doherty

IMDb: 7.2/10

Our Rating: 75%

Though Veronica is a member of the most famous group at her high school, she disagrees with the cruel behaviors that her other group members like doing. She decided to confront this with the leader of the group Heather Chandler. But, when she and her new boyfriend meet her, they accidentally become the reason for her death. But, later, she realizes her new boyfriend actually kills people intentionally. She tries to save a lot of lives.

  • Pretty in Pink (1986)

Pretty in Pink (1986)

Director: Howard Deutch

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Jon Cryer, Molly Ringwald, and Andrew McCarthy

IMDb: 6.8/10

Our Rating: 70%

A non-popular girl at school, Andie only prefers to be around her two good friends Lona and Duckie. She is pretty satisfied and happy with her life, but things change when one of the charmers of the school notices her and develops feelings for her. Watch the full movie to know if she has the same feelings for him or if it is just a one-sided crush. This movie brings a sweet teen feel to the audience.

  • 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

Director: Gil Junger

Writer: Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah 

Cast: Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

IMDb: 7.3/10

Our Rating: 77% 

Ten Things I Hate About You starts with a boy named Cameron, who is a high-school student. He is interested in a beautiful girl named Bianca, but they cannot date unless her elder sister named Kat, who gets awkward around the crowd and is utterly antisocial, gets a boyfriend for herself. So, to get on a date with Bianca, Cameron introduces a mysterious guy to woo Kat. This movie comes out to be an epic love story that you must not miss.

  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Director: John Hughes

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Alan Ruck, Matthew Broderick, and Mia Sara

IMDb: 7.8/10

Our Rating: 82%

A high school kid named Ferris Bueller pretends to be sick so that he can stay home. He calls up his best friend and girlfriend to spend time on his leave day. The plot has multiple funny scenes where the dean of his school doubts Ferris’ sickness and decides to spy on him. This movie is the best choice to watch with friends.

  •  She’s the Man (2006)

She’s the Man (2006)

Director: Andy Fickman

Writer: Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah

Cast: Channing Tatum, Amanda Bynes, and Laura Ramsey

IMDb: 6.3/10

Our Rating: 66% 

She’s the Man is a feel-good and fun movie. It is about a girl named Viola who is a great football player, but nobody appreciates her talent. When her girls’ football team gets dissolved, and a proud coach prevents her from joining a boys’ team, she decides to disguise herself as a boy. It was easy for her as she has a twin brother who was on the football team. Also, she shares a room with her crush.

  • Sixteen Candles (1984)

Sixteen Candles (1984)

Director: John Hughes

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Michael Schoeffling, Molly Ringwald, and Anthony Michael Hall

IMDb: 7/10

Our Rating: 73%

Nobody likes to get embarrassed in front of anyone, but Samantha, the lead character, falls into a pit of embarrassment. When her parents avoid her on her 16th birthday, she gets disheartened. Later in her school, students are asked to answer some of the private quiz questions. Unfortunately, Samantha’s answers get to the hands of someone she would never wish to know anything about. Find out what happens next to her and who that person is!

  • Cruel Intentions (1999)

Cruel Intentions (1999)

Director: Roger Kumble

Writer: Roger Kumble

Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle, and Ryan Philippe

IMDb: 6.8/10 

Our Rating: 72% 

Cruel Intentions is an intense teen movie about two step-siblings, a boy and a girl. They are the students of a privileged Manhattan school and make a plan to take the virginity of the daughter of their new headmaster at the beginning of the term. However, things don’t go as they plan and further get complicated when the boy actually falls in love with the headmaster’s daughter.

  • Never Been Kissed (1999)

Never Been Kissed (1999)

Director: Raja Gosnell

Writer: Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein

Cast: Michael Vartan, Drew Barrymore, and Leelee Sobieski

IMDb: 6.1/10

Our Rating: 65%

Never been kissed is about a girl named Josie who works as an editor for a paper. She gets an exciting job of getting undercover to learn about the lives of the high school students. It becomes really hard for her to blend in with other students, and also she recalls some of the bad memories of her school days. The movie teaches you a lot about teenage issues.

  • A Cinderella Story (2011)

A Cinderella Story (2011)

Director: Damon Santostefano

Writer: Jessica Scott and Erik Patterson

Cast: Freddie Stroma, Lucy Hale, and Megan Park

IMDb: 6/10

Our Rating: 64% 

A Cinderella Story comes among the popular American series. As its name suggests, the movie is based on the classic fairytale of Cinderella. In this version, you will see a young girl who has an exceptional talent for singing and dancing but is oppressed by her step-family. However, the entry of a guy looking for an extraordinary voice for his new song gets amazed by her talent and takes her away from all troubles to lead a life of her own.

  • Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)

Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)

Director: Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan

Writer: Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan

Cast: Ethan Embry, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Seth Green

IMDb: 6.5/10 

Our Rating: 69% 

A reunion party for recent graduates brings all the fellow classmates together. You’ll see beautiful girls, dorks, football enthusiasts, and many others. Everyone enjoys a party in a wealthy classmate’s residence and learns things they never knew before about each other. Become part of their interesting and warm conversation. This movie might make you recall your get-together with friends. 

  •  Can’t Buy Me Love (1987)

Can’t Buy Me Love (1987)

Director: Steve Rash

Writer: Michael Swerdlick

Cast: Amanda Peterson, Patrick Dempsey, and Dennis Dugan

IMDb: 6.8/10 

Our Rating: 71%

The plot features a guy known to be a bookworm and basically gets the treatment as an outcast in his college. Ronald struggles to mix up with other students and strives to make his presence noticed. He ends up planning something amusing; he makes a deal with the most popular girl in the college to be his girlfriend in return for some money. Will his life see a change now?

  • Blockers (2018)

Blockers (2018)

Director: Kay Cannon

Writer: Jim Kehoe and Brian Kehoe

Cast: Geraldine Vishwanathan, John Cena, and Leslie Mann

IMDb: 6.2/10

Our Rating: 65%

The mothers of high school-going daughters: Hunter, Lisa, and Mitchell, become close friends with each other after they find out their kids are best friends. However, they discover their daughters’ plan of losing virginity on prom night and try to stop them. Viewers will experience a sweet and salty relationship between mother and their adolescent daughters.

  •  Dazed and Confused (1993)

Dazed and Confused (1993)

Director: Richard Linklater

Writer: Robert Plant and Jimmy Page

Cast: Parker Posey, Matthew McConaughey, and Ben Affleck

IMDb: 7.6/10

Our Rating: 79%

In this movie, you will see a group of teenage students who plan to celebrate their last day at high school in a different manner. The story is set in 1976, Texas, where the lead characters are trying to make the most of their last day at school by going to a party at a local bar, trying out drugs, and attending a keg party. Watch the full movie on Netflix to experience their wild adventures.

  • The Perfect Date (2019)

The Perfect Date (2019)

Director: Chris Nelson

Writer: Steven Bloom and Randall Green

Cast: Laura Marano, Noah Centineo, and Camila Mendes

IMDb: 5.8/10

Our Rating: 59%

A middle-class but smart high school student comes up with an idea to create an app where women can book him as a fake boyfriend. His job is to be a sweet and loving companion for the girls who book him for dates. Soon his app gets popular, and he earns enough money to fund himself for the college he wants. But eventually, he falls for one of the girls he met, and things get confusing for him.

  • The Spectacular Now (2013)

The Spectacular Now (2013)

Director: James Ponsoldt 

Writer: Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter

Cast: Miles Teller, Shailene Woodley, and Brie Larson

IMDb: 7.1/10

Our Rating: 77%

A lady charmer and hard-core party lover, Shutter encounters a shy and introverted girl named Aimee on a stranger’s lawn. The Shutter is trying to learn how to smooth out his life issues, and Aimee is determined to make a promising future after she finishes school. However, both have different lives going on, yet an unplanned romance blooms between both of them.

  • To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

Director: Susan Johnson

Writer: Jenny Han

Cast: Janel Parrish, Lana Condor, and Anna Cathcart

IMDb: 7.1/10

Our Rating: 74%

It is a movie series of Netflix’s teenage rom-com movies. The stories are inspired by the novel trilogy of the book ” To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” written by Jenny Han. The film features Lara Jean, a teen girl that writes letters to all her crushes but never sends them. However, her feelings get expressed to each of her crushes when her little sister posts them to their addresses without telling Lara jean. Though it is embarrassing for her, she gets to meet the love of her life.

  • The Hot Chick (2002)

The Hot Chick (2002)

Director: Tom Brady

Writer: Tom Brady and Rob Schneider

Cast: Rachel McAdams, Rob Schneider, and Anna Faris

IMDb: 5.5/10

Our Rating: 59%

It is about a self-centered and mean teen girl named Jessica who believes she has got it all. Her sorted life changes when her soul gets trapped in the body of a 30-year-old guy. The worst thing about his strange supernatural scenario is that the guy is a known criminal. Jessica experiences crazy and risky encounters while living in that Man’s body.

  • The Girl Next Door (2004)

The Girl Next Door (2004)

Director: Luke Greenfield

Writer: David Wagner and Luke Greenfield 

Cast: Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert, and Timothy Olyphant

IMDb: 6.7/10

Our Rating: 73%

A high school senior, Matthew, who is single and is not trying to find a girl at the moment, meets his new neighbor, Danielle. She is unbelievably beautiful, and Matthew falls for her at first sight. He starts to think that Danielle is the woman of his dreams and spends memorable moments with her. However, he later comes to know that Danielle is a former adult film actress that crushes him.

  • Juno (2007)

Juno (2007)

Director: Jason Reitman

Writer: Diablo Cody

Cast: Michael Cera, Elliot Page, and Jason Bateman

IMDb: 7.4/10

Our Rating: 77%

The movie presents Juno, the lead character, as a social misfit. However, she successfully deals with all jokes on her by being utterly sarcastic. But, when she gets unintentionally pregnant, everyone in the area tries to get involved in her life for gossip. She gives away her baby to a couple who wants to be parents. However, people keep on talking about her and the couple, making them uncomfortable.

  • 17 Again (2009)

17 Again (2009)

Director: Burr Steers

Writer: Jason Filardi  

Cast: Matthew Perry, Zac Efron, and Leslie Mann

IMDb: 6.4/10

Our Rating: 69%

The movie shows a middle-aged man named Mike who is not happy with his current life and is bored with his monotonous day-to-day activity. He often wishes to be 17 again and lead a different life. Surprisingly, one day when he gets up in the morning, he finds himself as his younger self and concludes his wish has been granted. So will Mike be able to reframe his life the way he wants with this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity? To know, watch the film on Netflix.

  • LOL (2012)

LOL (2012)

Director: Lisa Azuelos

Writer: Kamir Aïnouz and Liza Azuelos

Cast: Douglas Booth, Miley Cyrus, and Ashley Greene

IMDb: 4.4/10

Our Rating: 51%

In the era where people are finding their romantic partners through social media apps, Lola, a high school student, explores her teenage life filled with usual scenarios of friendship, love life, and strict parents. When she gets heartbroken by her breakup, she finally starts seeing her actual worth and learns about a person with whom she could actually have a lasting relationship. Our young adult viewers will definitely relate to its storyline.

  • The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) 

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)

Director: Ken Kwapis

Writer: Ann Brashares

Cast: Alexis Bledel, Blake Lively, and America Ferrera

IMDb: 6.5/10

Our Rating: 67%

The movie shows the friendship and incredible bond among four girl best friends. 

This year they are spending their summer holidays being apart from each other. They decide to stay in touch no matter what. They get a pair of denim that anyone one of them can wear comfortably regardless of their body shape. While being apart, they make a pact to pass the pair of jeans to each other. This movie will make you experience true sisterhood.

  • The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

Director: Josh Boone

Writer: John Green

Cast: Ansel Elgort, Shailene Woodley, and Laura Dern

IMDb: 7.7/10

Our Rating: 73%

Two teenagers, one has an ongoing cancer treatment and another who just spent a year without his cancer cells attacking his body, meet at a cancer support group. Two of them connect instantly and fulfill a dream of meeting their favorite author who lives in Amsterdam. Apart from being best friends, they also develop deep feelings for each other; however, unfortunately, one of them dies. You will enjoy the dark humor included in the movie.

  • 13 Going on 30 (2004)

13 Going on 30 (2004)

Director: Gary Winick

Writer: Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa

Cast: Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, and Judy Greer

IMDb: 6.2/10

Our Rating: 68%

Every 13 year old has a special wish they want to get magically fulfilled on their birthday. And Jenna Rink, a 13-year-old girl, has the same expectations. However, her wish is quite complicated. She wants to become an adult as soon as possible so that she can do all the things that adults restrict her from. However, on this birthday, her wish is granted, and now she has to live her life as a 30-year-old woman. Plot scenes have epic and hilarious issues she faces as an adult.

  • Paper Towns (2015)

Paper Towns (2015)

Director: Jake Schreier

Writer: John Green

Cast: Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolff, and Halston Sage 

IMDb: 6.2/10

Our Rating: 66%

Margo, a beautiful woman on whom Quentin has a huge crush, suddenly goes missing one night. She leaves several cues for him to find her out. Out of curiosity and his genuine care for Margo leads him to set a strategic plan to track her down. Many of his friends join hands in helping him on this mission. Will Quentin be able to reach Margo on time before she gets badly hurt by someone? The movie has a lot of suspense that will keep you hooked.

  •  The Princess Diaries (2001)

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Director: Garry Marshall

Writer: Meg Cabot

Cast: Héctor Elizondo, Anne Hathaway, and Mandy Moore.

IMDb: 6.4/10

Our Rating: 69%

An unpopular and clumsy teenage girl finds out her real identity. She is the princess of a small European town called Genovia. Her grandmother, who is the queen of the city, loves her dearly but is not sure about giving her the throne. The soon-to-be princess goes through loads of training and teachings to become an ideal princess. However, in the end, she does something unique and makes her own identity as a princess.

  • Five Feet Apart (2019)

Five Feet Apart (2019)

Director: Justin Baldoni

Writer: Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis

Cast: Cole Sprouse, Haley Lu, and Moisés Arias

IMDb: 7.2/10

Our Rating: 78%

Stella, a cystic fibrosis patient, has been living most of her life in health care centers. She is just a seventeen years old girl, and her everyday routine is already filled with restrictions. But a positive change in her life comes when she encounters Will, a teenage boy having the same illness and is also very handsome.The instant attraction takes place between them, but they have to maintain at least a distance of 5 feet from each other. Watch the movie to see their beautiful yet sad love story.

  • The Last Song (2010)

The Last Song (2010)

Director: Julie Anne Robinson

Writer: Jeff Van Wie and Nicholas Sparks

Cast: Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus, and Bobby Coleman

IMDb: 6/10

Our Rating: 64%

The Last Song is an emotional movie that features a troubled relationship between a teen daughter and her father. They have never been close or spent time together, but her mother leaves her and her younger brother to spend their vacation with the father. Despite some arguments and cold behavior, they discover a shared passion for music and explore their relationship from different perspectives.

  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Director: Amy Heckerling

Writer: Cameron Crowe

Cast: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Phoebe Cates, and Sean Penn

IMDb: 7.2/10

Our Rating: 76%

A beautiful but totally inexperienced teenager, Stacy Hamilton, is showing some interest in the dating world. One of her expressive friends, Linda Barrett, trains her for the dating game. However, Stacy soon finds herself in a love triangle. She has to choose between her buddy with whom she is more comfortable and a very approachable and friendly guy; if you are curious about who gets the chance to have a love connection with Stacy, watch the whole movie on Netflix.

  • American Pie (1999)

American Pie (1999)

Director: Paul Weitz

Writer: Adam Herz

Cast: Chris Klein, Jason Biggs, and Natasha Lyonne

IMDb: 7/10

Our Rating: 77%

It is a movie series famous among teens and adults. The series comprises four sex-comedy dramas. The very first part of American Pie was released in 1999 and soon acquired a vast worldwide audience. The movie series has plots related to sex, masturbation, and other sexual urges that everyone goes through. You’ll get to enjoy fantastic background beats too. The movie series has a significant following of young people.

  • Jawbreaker (1999)

Jawbreaker (1999)

Director: Darren Stein

Writer: Darren Stein

Cast: Rebecca Gayheart, Rose McGowan, and Julie Benz

IMDb: 5.7/10

Our Rating: 59%

A group of three friends follows a strategic plan to kidnap one of their friends, who comes among the most famous girls in the high school. Everything goes as planned, but things turn upside down when they unintentionally kill her by choking her with a jawbreaker. If you are wondering what they will do next, put this movie on your ipad and find out the climax.

  • Say Anything (1989)

Say Anything (1989)

Director: Cameron Crowe

Writer: Cameron Crowe

Cast: Ione Skye, John Cusack, and John Mahoney

IMDb: 7.3/10

Our Rating: 76%

The two lovers, Lloyd and Diane, develop mutual and strong feelings for each other and decide to open up about their relationship and future plans with Diane’s father. However, her father is not happy with her relationship and orders her to leave Lloyd. With time she learns some of the unpleasant secrets about her father and runs to Lloyd for emotional support.

  • A Walk to Remember (2002)

A Walk to Remember (2002)

Director: Adam Shankman

Writer: Nicholas Sparks

Cast: Mandy Moore, Shane West, and Peter Coyote

IMDb: 7.3/10

Our Rating: 79%

Landon, the lead character, is serving a community cause as a punishment for his troublesome behavior. In his assigned punishments, he is also asked to take part in a spring play. During the rehearsals, he meets a shy and calm girl, Jamie, who is the daughter of the reverend. Despite being total opposites of each other, they fall in love, but soon Landon learns about her deadly disease.

  • John Tucker Must Die (2006)

John Tucker Must Die (2006)

Director: Betty Thomas

Writer: Jeff Lowell

Cast: Brittany Snow, Jesse Metcalfe, and Sophia Bush

IMDb: 5.8/10 

Our Rating: 61%

The ex-girlfriends of a womanizer teenage boy plan to take revenge on him. They make a plan to make him fall in love with one of their friends and then break his heart the way he did to his ex-girlfriends. Will they succeed in their plan, or will things turn the other way? You can only know the answers by watching the full movie. So, get your Netflix subscription and enjoy this exciting plot.

  • Step Up (2006)

Step Up (2006)

Director: Anne Fletcher

Writer: Melissa Rosenberg and Duane Adler

Cast: Jenna Dewan, Channing Tatum, and Mario.

IMDb: 6.5/10

Our Rating: 68%

Step Up is a movie series that focuses mainly on dance, yet it also includes feelings of friendship, love, and trust struggles. Viewers will find a total of 5 parts of the movie series, and all of them give you something new and refreshing. Apart from the acting, dance is something to watch in this movie. If you love to dance, you must not miss to binge-watch this movie series.

  • Super Bad (2007)

Super Bad (2007)

Director: Greg Mottola

Writer: Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen

Cast: Michael Cera, Jonah Hill, and Seth Rogen

IMDb: 7.6/10

Our Rating: 80%

The movie is about two guys who have been best friends since their high school days. But, after finishing school, they are set to study in different colleges. So, they decide to enjoy their last day together to the fullest. You will see them living their best moments and doing all the things they always wanted to do. It sounds exciting, but all the fun fades away when they get in trouble due to their mischief.

  • Teen Wolf (1985)

Teen Wolf (1985)

Director: Rod Daniel

Writer: Tim Hayes and Jeph Loeb

Cast: James Hampton, Michael J. Fox, and Scott Paulin

IMDb: 6.1/10

Our Rating: 63%

It’s a story about an awkward and shy teen who is has a family curse hanging over his head. Being in high school is difficult as it is, now he has to live a concealed life being a werewolf. Initially he doesn’t handle the news very well but slowly as the movie progresses, he definitely came to terms with his new reality. Get your friends together for a movie night and watch this exciting and adventurous movie about a teenage boy becoming a werewolf.

  • Aquamarine (2006)

Aquamarine (2006)

Director: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum

Writer: John Quaintance and Jessica Bendinger

Cast: Joanna Levesque, Emma Roberts, and Sara Paxton.

IMDb: 5.4/10

Our Rating: 61%

This fantasy movie features a mermaid who is left behind at the beach resort. She meets a charming lifeguard and falls in love with him. She also becomes friends with two native girls living nearby and shares her problem with them. The girls decide to help the mermaid to win the heart of the handsome lifeguard, and in return, they each will receive a wish.  

  • The DUFF (2015)

The DUFF (2015)

Director: Ari Sandel

Writer: Kody Keplinger

Cast: Robbie Amell, Mae Whitman, and Bella Thorne.

IMDb: 6.5/10

Our Rating: 69%

Bianca, a girl who is highly intelligent in studies, is friends with the most darling girls in the school. Everyone wants to get to her famous friends and uses Bianca for their benefit. After realizing this, Bianca decides to change herself from the inside out. She meets one of her former friends and asks for his help to reshape her image. The guy agrees when she offers him to teach science in exchange for his help.


Teen drama is always fun to watch with friends. Because it reminds us of old memories of school days, to pass the time this weekend in UK when you’re bored or doing nothing, watch these movies to have a good time. From goofy sex comedies to heartbreaking dramas, we have listed some of the best high school movies ever made. 

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Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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