Thursday, February 4, 2016

15 Movies all Teen Girls should see

Fun Fact: I am a huge movie lover. I could totally spend my day getting lost in a good film and love every moment of it. 

Growing up I kept my short list of my favorite movies that I could watch over and over again, Titanic has been and will always be on the Top of that list. My Best Friend and I use to spend many nights watching our favorite movies until the sun came up and then we'd watch some more of our favorite movies. It wasn't that we were those kids who would never ran around playing outside, because we totally were those kids. But there was just something in those films that we loved, we could relate to, we could get lost in. Isn't that what a good film should be? I think so. And it makes me sad to name off some of my favorite movies to people who are younger then me, like cousins or family friends, and they look at me like I'm crazy. It's also difficult for me to watch movies now a days and not cringe at the feeling that they aren't like they use to be. Yes, there are some amazing films that have come out in the recent years, but If you grew up in the 80s- early 2000's then you know a good film when you see one. Those kind you can get lost in and just feel good about watching.. 

Now that I'm older and netflix is all the rage these days, I find myself searching through the genres hoping that I see a film that I hadn't seen in a while and that I don't personally own. The other day I put together a shortish list of 15 movies that I loved watching growing up, as a teen, (and some more current) and that I believe all Teen Girls need to see. You know, those movies about Friendship, Love, and all the musings of being a misunderstood teen girl. Those ones! Xo, Enjoy!

Sixteen Candles
Teen Witch
Tuck Everlasting
The Babysitters Club
13 going on 30
A Walk to Remember
Now and Then
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
10 Things I hate about You
The Perks for being a Wallflower
The Breakfast Club
Pretty in Pink

What are some of your favorite movies from your Teen Years?

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