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7 Best Teen Movies on Netflix 2020
How do you do, fellow teens!? Are you hormonal and really pissed? Or are you an adult now and feeling nostalgic for a time when you didn’t have to worry about going into an office? Whichever the case, set aside your worries and take in a movie that will either make your boring high school life feel quaint in comparison or make you reminisce for the days when you didn’t have to figure out how to pay your rent. Here are ten great teen-centered movies to stream on Netflix, full of angst, romance, and adventure.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
One of the best teen movies ever made—and certainly the best movie about ditching school ever made—Ferris Bueller’s Day Off inspired a generation of students to play sick and live life. Matthew Broderick plays Ferris Bueller, a lovable rascal who is dodging his insufferable principal on a wild day free from the confines of the classroom.
The Kissing Booth
Elle Evans (Joey King) might not be the most popular girl in school, but her social status definitely rises when she volunteers to run the kissing booth at the school carnival—a scheme to lock lips with her crush, who just happens to be her best friend’s brother.
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser
Stranger Things’ Barb finally gets her redemption, with Shannon Purser starring in Netflix’s latest original teen comedy as the titular outcast who teams up with the most popular girl in school in order to nab their respective crushes.
The Spectacular Now
Opposites attract, as they always do, when a hard-partying high school senior (Miles Teller) and an unpopular misfit (Shailene Woodley) find unexpected romance in this teen drama
Super Dark Times
Teenage best friends Zach and Josh live ordinary, idyll lives in the suburbs. But when a horrific tragedy—and its subsequent coverup—takes place, the pair sees their friendship tested in this dark, ’90s-set thriller.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
Lara Jean Covey is your typical lovelorn teenage girl, drafting love letters to her former crushes for her eyes only. But when the letters wind up being mailed to the former objects of her affection, her life is thrown into chaos as the boys confront her about her former feelings
A Wrinkle in Time
Meg Murray (Storm Reid) learns that her missing astrophysicist father is still alive—thanks to three mysterious women (Oprah Winfrey’s Mrs. Which, Reese Witherspoon’s Mrs. Whatsit, and Mindy Kaling’s Mrs. Who) who reveal that he has traveled through time to another dimension.