Top 10 Best Teen Movies

10. Clueless, 1995
Clueless is a 1995 American comedy film loosely based on Jane Austen's 1815 novel Emma. It stars Alicia Silverstone in the lead role, Stacey Dash, Paul Rudd and Brittany Murphy.
Initial release: February 16, 1995 (Switzerland)
Director: Amy Heckerling
Screenplay: Amy Heckerling
Adapted from: Emma
Costume design: Mona May
9. Easy A, 2010
Easy A is a 2010 American teen comedy film written by Bert V. Royal, directed by Will Gluck, and starring Emma Stone. The screenplay was partially inspired by the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Initial release: September 16, 2010 (Australia)
Director: Will Gluck
Running time: 92 minutes
Screenplay: Bert V. Royal
Music composed by: Brad Segal
8. American Pie, 1999
American Pie is a 1999 blue comedy film written by Adam Herz and directed by brothers Paul and Chris Weitz, in their directorial film debut. It is the first film in the American Pie theatrical series.
Initial release: July 9, 1999 (USA)
Directors: Chris Weitz, Paul Weitz
Featured song: Laid
Sequel: American Pie 2
Genres: Romance Film, Comedy
7. Juno, 2007
Juno is a 2007 Canadian-American comedy-drama film directed by Jason Reitman and written by Diablo Cody.
Initial release: December 25, 2007 (USA)
Director: Jason Reitman
Screenplay: Diablo Cody
Music composed by: Mateo Messina
Awards: Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
6. 10 Things I Hate About You, 1999
10 Things I Hate About You is a 1999 American teen romantic comedy-drama film. It is directed by Gil Junger and stars Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger. The romantic comedy screenplay was written by Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith.
Initial release: March 31, 1999 (USA)
Director: Gil Junger
Adapted from: The Taming of the Shrew
Story by: William Shakespeare
Screenplay: Kirsten Smith, Karen McCullah Lutz
5. Sixteen Candles, 1984
On the eve of her sister's wedding, suburban teenager Samantha (Molly Ringwald) suffers silently as her family forgets her birthday. Even worse, some total dork (Anthony Michael Hall) keeps propositioning her with sophomoric innuendo when she really craves romantic attention from high-school hunk Jake (Michael Schoeffling).
Initial release: January 1, 1984 (USA)
Director: John Hughes
Screenplay: John Hughes
Music composed by: Ira Newborn
Producers: Ned Tanen, Hilton A. Green
4. Back to the Future, 1985
With the help of a wacky scientist, a young teen travels back to 1955 in a Delorean turned time-machine. Once there, he meets his parents, still teenagers, but his presence throws things out-of-whack and he must ensure they fall in love and get married or else he'll never come to exist.
Initial release: July 3, 1985 (USA)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Featured song: The Power of Love
Music composed by: Alan Silvestri
Screenplay: Bob Gale, Robert Zemeckis
3. Ferris Bueller's Day Off, 1986
Ferris Bueller is a clever and tricky fast talker, a legend in his own time. He decides to call out sick from school, feigning illness, to embark on a wild adventure involving his girlfriend, Sloane Peterson, his best friend Cameron Frye, and a Ferrari.
Initial release: June 11, 1986 (USA)
Director: John Hughes
Screenplay: John Hughes
Cinematography: Tak Fujimoto
Music composed by: Arthur Baker, Ira Newborn, John Robie
2. The Breakfast Club, 1985
A diverse group of high schoolers forced to spend detention on a Saturday in the library. Forced to make the best of their circumstances, they learn to understand each other and discover that in spite of their initial differences, they actually share many common feelings and problems.
Initial release: February 15, 1985 (USA)
Director: John Hughes
Featured song: Don't You (Forget About Me)
Screenplay: John Hughes
Awards: MTV Movie Silver Bucket of Excellence Award
1. Mean Girls, 2004
Cady Heron is a cultural blank slate when she first sets foot on the grounds of North Shore High School in a small town outside of Chicago, Illinois. After living in Africa, Cady, now a junior, has no idea how "wild" things can be in civilization until she crosses paths with one of the meanest species of all, the "Queen Bee," who at this particular high school is the cool and calculating Regina George.
Initial release: April 19, 2004 (Los Angeles)
Director: Mark Waters
Screenplay: Tina Fey
Story by: Rosalind Wiseman
Sequel: Mean Girls 2