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Hollywood Teenage Romance Movies Perfect For A Movie Date

When someone says, “Teenage romance movies are not my thing”, they’re lying. Whether we accept and acknowledge it or not, when it comes to romance, we do draw most of our inspiration from movies. However grownup we may be and irrespective of whether we’re single or in a relationship, teenage romance movies and romantic comedies in general, are our go-to when picking movies on the lighter side. With the onset of the most romantic month of the year and the upcoming Valentine week and Valentine’s Day, teenage romance movies would be on everyone’s mind, more so than ever.

Do you intend to binge on the best teenage romance movies to draw inspiration and get the perfect build-up for the coming few days? We have a list ready for you then! These are the best teenage romance movies to churn out from Hollywood over the years. They all have a 6.9 or higher rating on IMDb, so you can rely on the list, blindly.


1. Edge of Seventeen

Teenage is difficult for everyone. Suddenly having to deal with so many emotions can be a tough ride. This is portrayed through a socially awkward and at odds with everyone around her character named Nadine, in this movie.



2. X+Y

Math is a subject much loved by most nerds, especially in high schools. The love for this subject is actually the pivotal point in this must watch teenage love story.


3. Juno

Teenage pregnancy is nothing we haven’t heard of. But when two misfits come together that results in pregnancy then no one is prepared for the consequences. However, from it, we get a beautiful love story.



4. Flipped

We have all had our crushes and episodes of unrequited love during our teenage. Sooner or later we grew out of these things and move on. Flipped tells the story of two teenagers, who do not have the same kind of feelings towards each other. However, these feelings take a turnaround over time and as they grow up.



5. The Breakfast Club

What happens when five varied teenagers (a rebel, a diva, an outcast, a nerd and a jock), who would normally never get along, are forced to come together? That’s what Breakfast Club is all about. Each of them narrates their story to the rest and that’s when the others begin to see them in a different light. Watch this one to know and understand how wrong we can be about someone, especially during our teenage.



6. Easy A

A girl lies about losing her virginity and pandemonium ensues. From a nobody, the lead character becomes a notorious somebody. With Emma Stone in the lead, this one is sure to be liked by one and all.



Those were just the best of the lot from teenage romance movies. We have a lot more (many rather) to offer. Here are twenty more for you to binge on!


teenage romance movies 1   The Duff      (2015) teenage romance movies 2The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) teenage romance movies 3   10 Things I Hate About You (1999) teenage romance movies 4    The Fault in Our            Stars (2014)
teenage romance movies 5

    Me and Earl and       the Dying Girl     (2015)

teenage romance movies 6       Keith (2008) teenage romance movies 8

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

teenage romance movies 9     Simon (2018)


teenage romance movies 11

Love & Basketball (2000)

teenage romance movies 12

Stuck in Love (2012)

teenage romance movies 13

A Walk To Remember (2002)

teenage romance movies 14

Sing Street (2016)


teenage romance movies 15

Little Manhattan (2005)

teenage romance movies 16

The Road Within (2014)

teenage romance movies 16

Mean Girls (2004)

teenage romance movies 16

Almost Famous (2000)


teenage romance movies 17

The Way Way Back (2013)

teenage romance movies 18

The Spectacular Now (2013)

teenage romance movies 19

It’s Kind of A Funny Story (2010)

teenage romance movies 20

The First Time (2012)


So, which one of these teenage romance movies is your favorite one? Or did we miss out on listing your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

(originally written for TopYaps.com)

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