Chick Flicks

aka Teen Movies

‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’

This Nickelodeon teen movie follows the life of Georgia Nicholson as she gets her first crush and would do anything to gain the boy of her dreams. Directed by Gurinder Chadha in 2008.

‘Another Cinderella Story’

Selena Gomez stars in another Cinderella tale, where the so-called Prince tries to find his perfect dance partner. Directed by Damon Santostefano in 2008.

‘Bratz’

Four best friends realise sticking together at high school is extremely difficult when you’re forced into different cliques of a well-structured and organised school. Directed by Sean McNamara in 2007.

‘A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song’

Damon Santostefano’s 2011 version of the Classic Disney Princess, in a different interpretation of finding a voice instead of a shoe.

‘The Duff’

Bianca finds out she is the Designated Ugly Fat Friend of her friendship group, so her school life changes. Directed by Ari Sandel in 2015.

‘Easy A’

Emma Stone as Olive finds her reputation in school escalating extremely quickly when one lie gets out of control. Directed by Will Gluck in 2010.

‘Footloose’

A remake of the 1984 version of the same name in 2011. Craig Brewer directs this version of Bomont, a town where tragedy struck so curfews and laws were put in place, in particular a law against public dancing. Although, this seems ridiculous for big city Ren when he arrives.

‘Hannah Montana the Movie’

Miley Stewart starts to lose herself in this 2009 film. So her father forces her to return to her roots back in Tennessee for a “Hannah Detox”. Directed by Peter Chelsom, starring Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus.

‘John Tucker Must Die’

This 2006 film discovers three girls that are dating the same guy, brought together by Kate, they join as a team to take down John Tucker. Directed by Betty Thomas.

‘The Perfect Man’

Hilary Duff stars in this 2005 chickflick, as the daughter who creates a fake perfect man to make her mother happy. Directed by Mark Rosman.

‘Pretty in Pink’

Molly Ringwald plays a teen struggling with a forbidden love across economic borders and judgemental friends. Directed by Howard Deutch and written by John Hughes in 1986.

‘The Princess Diaries’

In 2001, Meg Cabot’s books are transferred to film by Garry Marshall to tell the story of 15 year old Mia Thermopolis as her life turns upside down when she discovers she is actually the Princess of Genovea.

‘Princess Protection Programme’

Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato play two sixteen years olds as their lives collide having grown up in completely different situations. One as a normal teen, the other as a Royal Princess. Directed by Allison Liddi-Brown in 2009.

‘The Sisterhood of Travelling Pants’

America Ferrera, Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel and Amber Tamblyn star in this drama of four best friends spending their first summer away from each other and all experiencing life in many different ways. Based on the novel by Ann Brashares and directed by Ken Kwapis in 2005.

‘Warm Bodies’

In 2013, there’s one zombie who just can’t come to grips about his new zombie state in life. Directed by Jonathan Levine.

‘What a Girl Wants’

Amanda Bynes stars as the lost teen on the hunt for her unknown father in London. Directed by Dennie Gordon in 2003.

‘Wild Child’

This 2008 film, shows Emma Roberts as Poppy Moore struggling and rebelling in a new school half way across the world from her Malibu life. Directed by Nick Moore.

’10 Things I Hate About You’

This 1999 classic RomCom, directed by Gil Junger, is loosely based on Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’, as Patrick is paid to take Kat on a date.