You’ll learn about the stereotypical new girl in high school in John Tucker Must Die. Kate, portrayed by Brittany Snow, discovers that John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe) is seeing three other women besides her. A team has been formed to teach John Tucker a lesson, consisting of Heather, Carrie, and Beth.
This plan gets off to a rocky start before coming together as expected. There are ten more films on this list that you may enjoy after watching this one. We chose each film based on how closely it parallels John Tucker Must Die.
1.Pretty in Pink
Even though Pretty in Pink is from the 1980s, it’s a great movie. Andrew McCarthy and Jon Cryer round out the cast. Andie tries to win the hearts of two young men in the film. Blane, a wealthy man, is attracted to her, while Duckie, a sweet pet, is her best friend.
Despite dealing with her annoying cheerleader and her corrupt father, Angie still has to make a decision about her prom date. In addition to being an entertaining watch, the film earned Molly Ringwald an Academy Award nomination for her performance.
The 2004 film Mean Girls is a masterwork of satire. It depicts the typical high school experience, including the battle to be accepted by the other students. The film follows Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), a young woman from Africa who comes to the United States and attends her first year of high school. She quickly befriends two other outcasts.
They make the decision to take on the Plastics, a gang of cruel, beautiful girls who rule the school with an iron hand. Cady’s original values begin to shift as she rises in popularity. At the end of the day, she must choose between remaining loyal to her true friends and remaining a member of the Plastics.
Pitch Perfect differs from the rest of the films on this list in that it takes place at a university. The Barden Bellas, an all-girl singing group, are the subject of this film. They are noticed by those in the vicinity due to their excellent singing and striking good looks.
If they don’t do well in the finals, they’ll have to bring in some new members. First-year student Beca is one of the newcomers. She falls in love with Jesse, a member of another a cappella group and a rival. As the film progresses, the girls must regain control of their voices and change their appearance in order to win the competition.
4. Easy A
A good place to start understanding Easy A is if you’ve ever read the Scarlet Letter in English class. Emma Stone plays the lead role in this film. Her good girl reputation is wearing thin and she is desperate to find a boyfriend, so she starts a rumor that she has been sleeping with other men.
This film from 2010 managed to be heartwarming, amusing, and thought-provoking all at the same time. The film deserves to be in the hall of fame, even though it’s often overlooked because it’s a teen film.
5. Legally Blonde
Even though it was released more than a decade ago, Legally Blonde is still one of the best chick flicks ever. Elle Woods is played by Reese Witherspoon. Her sorority president, Woods, is portrayed as the stereotypically attractive blonde in the film. She is in a relationship with Warner Huntington III, a handsome fraternity boy, at the beginning of the film.
Even though she’d like to marry him, he rejects her because she won’t make a good political wife for his future plans. As a result of her trauma, she decides to apply to Harvard Law School and travel across the country with him. Elle discovers more about herself and her goals in life as she immerses herself in law school.
Another film that has remained a favorite for decades after its release is Clueless. This classic tale, set in Beverly Hills, tells the story of a young woman named Cher. Cher, who is well-known for her obsession with petty details, would rather focus on having fun than worrying about important issues. Clueless is a surprisingly engaging and interesting film, despite Cher’s flimsy interests.
7. A Walk to Remember
A Walk to Remember is a 2002 film that takes place in Beaufort, North Carolina. A prank by a group of high school students leads to the hospitalization of a classmate. As a result, Landon Carter, a well-liked teenager, is held responsible and punished. As a result of his crimes, he’ll have to share the lead role in the school play with Jamie Sullivan.
Landon soon follows Jamie’s lead and begins to take things seriously as well. She offers to assist him, and as a result, a romantic attraction develops between the two of them. The audience follows the couple as they try to figure out what to do when a shocking secret comes between them.
8. American Pie
There’s no better movie than American Pie to get a good laugh at American high schools. Even though it was released in 1999, American Pie is still revered among fans of teen dramas. Most of the story revolves around a group of young men who agree to sacrifice their virginity on prom night.
Only one of the men has a girlfriend, and that woman is hesitant to pursue things further. You’ll have a good time watching this film, but be aware that there are some explicit adult scenes and humor in the bathroom. It’s an excellent choice to watch if you don’t mind some crude humor in it.
9. 10 Things I Hate About You
Ten Things I Hate About You is a clever retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, first released in 1999. At the beginning of the film, the story takes place at Padua Senior High School. Before being shown around the school by his friend Michael, Cameron, a new student, is in the counselor’s office.
Cameron, as in most teen films, is smitten by a gorgeous girl but is unable to pursue a romantic relationship with her. Bianca is a lovely young lady who is suddenly permitted to date if her younger sister Katarina is also permitted to do so. Michael is able to persuade Patrick to consider dating Katarina thanks to the help of popular boy Joey Donner.
10. She’s the Man
No matter how ridiculous it gets at times, the movie remains a blast to watch. Amanda Byrnes, who plays Viola in She’s the Man, is absolutely adorable. Viola, who adores soccer, will be disappointed to learn that her school will no longer have a girls’ soccer team.
She decides to play by pretending to be a boy and claiming to be her identical twin brother. Viola, who is pretending to be a boy and talking to her crush, quickly becomes perplexed by the mixed gender role play. The movie only gets funnier as soon as Viola’s real twin returns home. This film is well worth your time if you have it.