It’s no secret, that the style and the atmosphere of the ‘80s are taking over our days. The ‘80s have been groundbreaking in many ways and have brought so much inspiration to the world.
To bring some of this spirit to you, below I’ve chosen 10 best teen movies of the time. If you have not seen any of them yet, do it as soon as possible. Each of this movies introduces a different aspect of a teenage life: high school, romance, career, though life, street rules, pressure from society, drama, success etc. Lots of the advice and solutions that this movies bring, are surprisingly on point in our days. Hence, without further a due, find the list below:
This film is about the poor judgment of people, based on first impressions. A good example of team work and trust that builds lifelong friendships
The beautiful picture of life of the boys on the streets. Orphan brothers, left on care of their elder brother meet numerous obstacles on their way of life and manage to get through by help of friends and love. Definitely worth watching at least once in a lifetime!
That one step into adulthood with all of the following circumstances: finding a place to live, a job, love, sustaining a family. This film shows how to deal with all the difficult situations that hit you in adulthood.
Typical high school love story drama/comedy filled with creative solutions and ideas for the situations the kids get into.
So Ferris decided to skip school. The movie follows the epic adventures of Ferris in one day: pranks on teachers, parade and being followed by the principal.
We all need to appreciate the friends we have, support and love we get from them, rather than look for it elsewhere.
Summer adventures filled with love, passion, music and new crazy experiences.
All the things you shouldn’t do! Crazy adventures of teens trying to find their way in life: choosing profession and moving on.
Being and finding inspiration in people around us in non usual manners. Life changing solutions and new looks on ordinary life.
Nice love-story of teens who try to make it work, even when everyone around thinks it will not go far.