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The Breakfast Club
“The Breakfast Club” is a coming-of-age film that follows five high school students from different social cliques who are forced to spend a Saturday detention together. As they initially clash, they ultimately form unexpected connections and learn to see beyond stereotypes, discovering the complexities of their individual lives.
“Mean Girls” is a comedy film that follows the story of Cady Heron, a teenager who enters high school after being homeschooled in Africa. She navigates the complicated social hierarchy and becomes entangled in a group of popular girls known as “The Plastics,” leading to a series of humorous and dramatic events.
“Easy A” is a comedy film about a high school student who pretends to have sexual encounters in order to gain popularity, but soon finds herself dealing with the consequences of her actions. It explores themes of reputation, gossip, and the impact of social media on teenage life.
10 Things I Hate About You
“10 Things I Hate About You” is a romantic comedy about a high school student named Kat who is fiercely independent and uninterested in dating. When her younger sister Bianca is not allowed to date until Kat does, a plan is hatched to find a boy who can win Kat’s heart and change her mind about love.
The Clueless movie is a coming-of-age comedy about a popular high school girl named Cher who navigates the ups and downs of teenage life, friendships, and romance in Beverly Hills while trying to help others find love and happiness.
The Juno movie is about a witty and independent teenager named Juno MacGuff who unexpectedly becomes pregnant and decides to give the baby up for adoption. Throughout her journey, Juno navigates the complexities of relationships, love, and growing up, while making unconventional choices that challenge societal norms.
The Heathers movie is a dark comedy about a high school clique called the Heathers, led by Veronica Sawyer, who becomes involved in a series of murders and cover-ups orchestrated by her new boyfriend, J.D., as they seek to take down the popular and oppressive social hierarchy.
“Sixteen Candles” is a coming-of-age comedy film that follows Samantha Baker, a teenager whose family forgets her sixteenth birthday amidst the chaos of her sister’s wedding. As she navigates the ups and downs of high school, Samantha develops a crush on a popular senior and experiences a series of humorous and awkward misadventures.
“Superbad” is a coming-of-age comedy about three high school friends who embark on a wild adventure to obtain alcohol for a party, leading to hilarious and awkward encounters along the way. As they navigate through the challenges of adolescence, their friendship is tested, and they learn valuable lessons about growing up.
“Napoleon Dynamite” is a quirky comedy about an awkward high school student named Napoleon and his eccentric friends as they navigate the challenges of small-town life and try to find their place in the world.”
Dazed and Confused
“Dazed and Confused” is a coming-of-age film set in 1976, following a group of high school students on their last day of school as they navigate through parties, hazing rituals, and various adventures. The movie explores themes of youth, rebellion, and the search for identity in a nostalgic and humorous way.
American Pie is a coming-of-age comedy film that follows a group of high school friends as they make a pact to lose their virginity before graduation. Hilarity ensues as they navigate awkward and outrageous situations in their quest for sexual experiences.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Fast Times at Ridgemont High is a coming-of-age comedy that follows a group of high school students as they navigate the trials and tribulations of adolescence, including relationships, sex, and the challenges of growing up. Set in a California high school, the film captures the humor, heartbreak, and awkwardness of teenage life in the 1980s.
Can’t Hardly Wait
“Can’t Hardly Wait” is a coming-of-age comedy film about a group of high school seniors who attend a wild graduation party, where relationships are tested, secrets are revealed, and unexpected connections are formed. The film explores themes of love, friendship, and self-discovery as the characters navigate the complexities of their final night together before starting their adult lives.
She’s All That
“She’s All That” is a 1999 teen romantic comedy about a popular high school jock who makes a bet that he can transform the nerdy art student into the prom queen, but ends up falling in love with her in the process.
Bring It On
The movie “Bring It On” is about a high school cheerleading squad that discovers their routines were stolen from another team, leading to a fierce competition to prove their originality. It explores themes of friendship, rivalry, and the importance of being true to oneself.
Pitch Perfect is a musical comedy film about a college freshman who reluctantly joins an a cappella group and helps them compete against their rivals in a national singing competition.
“Booksmart” is a coming-of-age comedy film about two overachieving high school seniors who, on the eve of graduation, decide to make up for lost time and embark on a wild night of partying and self-discovery. Through their misadventures, they learn that there is more to life than just academic success.
“Lady Bird” is a coming-of-age film that follows the turbulent relationship between a strong-willed teenager and her equally strong-willed mother as the former navigates her final year of high school in Sacramento, California, grappling with friendships, love, and dreams of escaping her hometown.”
The DUFF is a comedy film about a high school student named Bianca who discovers that she has been labeled as the “Designated Ugly Fat Friend” by her popular peers. Determined to shake off this title, she enlists the help of a charming jock to reinvent herself and challenge the social hierarchy of her school.