Teen dating 90 s
Starring a pre-gossip rag Lindsay Lohan as a former "Mathlete" who tries to fit into the popular clique, this high school dramedy sets the perfect tone between satirical and sentimental, thanks to a great script by Tina Fey.
Whether you ventured to the corner store to grab a slurpee and this month's edition, or it came directly to your door, I know most of us had stacks of our favorite magazines littering our bedroom floor.
The classic soundtrack (including hits like "Summer Nights" and "Greased Lightning") makes this a can't-miss.
Another John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller is a teen fantasy about the ultimate day of playing hooky.
Based on Jeffrey Eugenides' novel of the same name, Sofia Coppola's drama stars Kirsten Dunst as one of the five Lisbon sisters.
Raised by devout Catholic parents, the daughters are kept at a distance from their community and become the subject of fascination among their classmates before taking their own lives. The first of Jason Schwartzman and Wes Anderson's movies together, Rushmore chronicles the mess of being a young creative at a straight-laced institution.