1. Weird Science (1985)
Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, two nerdy teenagers trying to fit in, fall flat on their faces. They “create” a woman on their computer out of desperation to be liked. Lisa, a stunning woman, is their living and breathing creation. Lisa’s purpose is to boost Gary and Wyatt’s self-confidence by putting them in situations where they must act like men. They run into a slew of amusing roadblocks on their quest to be accepted, which lends the film an overall sense of silliness.
2. American Pie (1999)
Four friends, Jim, Oz, Finch, and Kevin, agree to lose their virginity before they graduate. How to get there by prom night is the difficult part. During Oz’s attempt to attract attention through singing, Kevin tries to persuade his girlfriend, and Finch uses any means necessary to spread rumors. It doesn’t matter if Jim gets caught in the act on top of a pie or on the internet; he always gets the same sex advice from his dad. Will they be able to get laid by prom night, or will they fail miserably? Or are they going to discover something completely new?
3. No Strings Attached (2011)
Although Adam and Emma haven’t seen each other since summer camp, they’ve crossed paths on a few occasions. When he learns that his ex-girlfriend is now living with his father, he gets drunk, calls all the women on his contact list, and passes out naked in her living room. He’s a gopher on a TV show similar to “Glee,” hoping to become a writer, and she’s a medical resident in Los Angeles by this point. In the few minutes she has before heading to the hospital, she asks if he wants a no-obligation, sex-only relationship without romance or complications because she is guarding her emotions (calling her father’s funeral “a thing”). Is this a guide to having a good time or heading for disaster?
4. Show Me Love (1998)
When it comes to the latest fashions, Amal is an out-of-the-way town where nothing ever happens. When it comes to men, Elin’s reputation precedes her. However, she has no prior dating experience. There is another girl at her school, Agnes, who is madly in love with her but afraid to speak up about it. Elin is the sole guest at Agnes’ birthday party for a variety of reasons. Even after a fun night out, Elin avoids Agnes like the plague, not even allowing herself to feel anything for her.
5. Teen Wolf (1985)
Meet Scott Howard, a high school dropout who has a lot of issues. He’s on a bad basketball team with a lousy coach, and he’s having trouble getting the attention of Pamela Wells, the prettiest girl in school (who has a jealous ex-boyfriend named Mick McAllister who wants to ruin Scott’s life). However, in the midst of it all, he experiences the effects of a dog whistle and itches all over the place. He also notices that his nails have grown longer and are now extremely pointed. He discovered his new issue after returning from a party. Half of him is human and half is wolf, and he lives in the woods.
When Scott’s secret is revealed during a basketball game, it helps the team become a contender for the state championships because it helped Scott turn his life around. He rose to fame and was discovered by Pamela, with whom he began a romantic relationship (despite that Pamela is still going out with Mick). Scott’s father, on the other hand, cautions his son against becoming the wolf out of rage. As long as he keeps his cool, Scott has a chance of winning Pamela’s heart and the state championship game.
6. Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse (2015)
During a routine cleaning, a careless janitor accidentally releases a zombie from the lab. Meanwhile, scouts Ben Goudy and Carter Grant, now that they’re too old to be scouts, decide to go camping one last time. Concerned about hurting the feelings of friends Augie Foster and Scout Leader Rogers, they try to avoid offending either one. After hitting a deer, Carter’s sister Kendall Grant, her boyfriend, and their friend Chloe all have a flat tire and decide to pull over to see if anyone else needs a ride. They extend an invitation to Ben and Carter to attend a nighttime party.
During the night, the two scouts leave their camping spot to attend the party. Driving through town, they discover there is no one around and decide to go to a nightclub instead since there isn’t a bouncer there. People have turned into zombies, and they join forces with Ben’s new friend Denise Ruzzo, a nightclub bartender, and Augie, who was left alone at the camping site and wandered into town looking for help. They will soon learn that the town’s non-infected residents have been evacuated, and the government plans to bomb it. However, when they attempt to rescue Kendall, they discover that the address her ex-boyfriend provided them with is incorrect. What hope do they have that they can save Kendall?
7. We Are Your Friends (2015)
Cole is a budding DJ who spends his days plotting with his old pals and his nights working on the song that will light up the world. A chance encounter with charismatic but troubled older DJ named James changes everything for him. When Cole begins to have feelings for James’ much younger girlfriend, Sophie, things get complicated. A forbidden romance is intensifying and unraveling in Cole, forcing him to choose between love, loyalty and the future that he was born to have.
8. Mr. Woodcock (2007)
Childhood trauma for fatherless John Farley was the constant humiliation and abuse he endured in sadistic Jasper Woodcock’s gym class, as it was for many of his classmates in his Nebraska small town. Doting son John, now a best-selling motivational author, returns to his hometown during a book signing tour to accept the town’s highest honor after graduating from college. Beverley announces her plans to marry the dreaded coach in front of John, much to his dismay, and he will be celebrated at the same event as John. There are only two people willing to help Farley stop Woodcock: ridiculous fatso Nedderman and his strange brother.
9. Youth In Revolt (2009)
Despite his tender years, 16-year-old Nick Twisp sees the funny side of his predicament: he is living in Oakland with his sex-addicted mother, who depends on his father’s child support payments to make ends meet. Sheeni and Nick meet while camping in Ukiah, and it’s love at first sight for Nick. As a result, Nick must first figure out how to get his father hired in Ukiah so that he can be sent there to live with him, and then figure out how to get close to Sheeni’s religious parents so that they can have her sent to boarding school away from temptation. There’s also the matter of Sheeni’s American boyfriend. Nick is on the verge of giving up when he summons an alter ego who whispers revolt in his ear. Nick is overwhelmed by the challenges. Nick isn’t completely helpless, but will things work out in the end?
10. Never Been Kissed (1999)
After years of working as a copy editor for Chicago Sun Times, 25-year-old Josie Gellar finally gets her chance as a reporter after being ordered by the owner of a goody store to cover the high-school scene undercover. Rob Geller, her college dropout brother and all-around funny guy, gives Josie, a popular makeover after she was a frustrated and ridiculed nerd. Both siblings rediscover the love and elation of their youth. Sam Coulson, a sensitive bachelor teacher, strikes up a sophisticated conversation with Josie instead. Although blowing their cover is becoming increasingly costly as the deadline for publication approaches, it is unavoidable if she does not sacrifice her career.
11. American Graffiti (1973)
Summer 1962 has come to an end in a small town in southern California. As Curt Henderson and Steve Bolander, two recent high school grads, prepare to leave town for college back east, the sun sets, the tension in the air grows. Curt, who won a prestigious local scholarship, is hailed as the class’s brightest future prospect. Curt, on the other hand, is second-guessing Steve’s decision to leave their small town.
An unknown beautiful blonde who says “I love you” to Curt as he passes by in a T-bird reinforces his beliefs. Curt may make a decision about his immediate future as he searches for the blonde while evading a local gang that has him as a hostage. On the other hand, outgoing class president Steve wants to leave despite the fact that doing so means he has to leave behind his girlfriend Laurie Henderson, the head cheerleader and Curt’s older sister. As Steve and Laurie wind down for the night, they “negotiate” the status of their relationship.
Meanwhile, two of their pals go out and have a good time with each other. When Steve went on vacation, he gave Terry “Toad” Fields the responsibility of looking after his car. As a result of the wheels, Toad feels more self-assured and goes out of his way to impress Debbie Dunham, a more experienced young lady. When a precocious preteen named Carol Morrison accidentally becomes John Milner’s passenger in his souped up yellow deuce coupe, he tries to get rid of her…
12. Porky’s (1981)
1954. The sex mischief of a group of Florida high school males in their mid-teens is documented. Their primary objective is to become sexually inexperienced as a group. As a result, they engage in sexually suggestive games with their female classmates, which Billy, Tommy, and Pee Wee catch on camera. It’s Pee Wee’s desperation that gets him into trouble after trouble, not to mention the fact that he’s the target of numerous practical jokes.
For Tim, who is essentially a good person, dealing with his learned racism becomes an issue when new student, Jewish Brian Schwartz, arrives at their school becomes an issue. The school’s sexual activities aren’t just for the new boys. Mr. Roy Brackett, the physical education coach, is attracted to the cheerleading coach, Miss Lynn Honeywell, but she doesn’t want to go all the way.
Mr. Brackett’s goal is to discover why Coach Warren calls Miss Honeywell “Lassie.” Miss Beulah Balbricker, the school’s female Phys Ed coach, takes it upon herself to uphold the school’s moral standards when she sees anything that offends her. Mickey, whose brother Ted is the sheriff in Wallacetown in the middle of the Everglades, suggests that the boys lose their virginity at Porky’s, a bar and unofficial brothel in neighboring Wallacetown. Porky owns Porky’s, which he runs with the help of his sheriff brother. The boys’ time at Porky’s was anything but pleasant.