Moment that made you melt: "Lena Kaligaris we are terrible at not loving each other." "…So what do we do? Instead of rejecting the lies, Olive (Emma Stone) uses it as a business opportunity — she allows her male classmates to spread sex-based lies about her in exchange for gift cards — all while her childhood crush Todd (Penn Badgley) stand idly by. Moment that made you melt: Michael forgives Mia for bailing on him and shows up at her coronation ball just in time for the first dance of the night and their first kiss, which does include a foot pop.–E. What it's about: Danny (John Travolta) and Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) have what was supposed to just be a summer fling — until Sandy shows up at Danny's high school and threatens to disrupt his '50s cool-guy status. What it's about: Completely opposite high-school twin siblings David (Tobey Maguire) and Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon) fight over the TV and eventually break the remote.
She tries to prove she's good enough and attempts to be someone she's not, but it doesn't matter because he gives her the ultimate brush off. Danny realizes he made a major mistake and fights to win Sandy back. What it's about: OK, so Edward (Johnny Depp) may not technically be a teenager — since he’s the creation of an inventor played by Vincent Price — but man-made or not, the black-clad innocent with the dangerous appendages is a stand-in for outsiders everywhere in Tim Burton’s classic fantasy. Soon, they find themselves in the world of a late '50s sitcom and the raw emotion they bring to the titular town also adds some literal color. What it's about: Andie Walsh (Molly Ringwald) catches the eye of rich kid Blane Mc Donough (Andrew Mc Carthy), despite coming from the wrong side of the tracks and being a frequent target of derision by his snobby friends. What it's about: After her mother dies in a car accident during her Juilliard audition, Sara (Julia Stiles) moves to Chicago to live with her father and stops dancing. What it's about: Rich with a misguided heart of gold, Cher (Alicia Silverstone) navigates high school life and tries to find a boyfriend, all the while charmingly oblivious to the reality around her. "I guess we can play ball, and ride to school together," he continues. What it's about: Miles Teller is the charming, popular Sutter, who’s on the verge of tilting over from high school party king to town alcoholic after graduation.
—Emily Orley What it's about: A modern-day twist on the classic titular tale, Sam (Hillary Duff) is invited to the homecoming dance by an anonymous internet friend, Austin (Chad Michael Murray), who happens to be the school's quarterback and Mr. Sam shows up at the dance hidden by a mask, and Austin quickly falls for her. When Keith decides to ask out the popular Amanda (Lea Thompson), Watts helps him in his quest, even as she realizes she wants more from him than friendship herself.
But she disappears at midnight to return home before her evil stepmother realizes she's gone, leaving behind just a flip phone. Moment that made you melt: Watts, keeping Keith company in the garage in which he works, offers to coach him in kissing.
The two start dating, though unbeknownst to Matthew, Danielle works as a porn star. What it's about: Matt (Chris O' Donnell at peak hotness) is a good, normal, Seattle kid; Casey (Drew Barrymore) is the '90s version of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl who shows up as the new kid from Chicago and beguiles him, taking them on a whirlwind emotional and physical journey before her mental illness takes over. Moment that made you melt: After taking a blow to the head from a vengeful Amber during a school dodgeball game, Tracy's comforted by Link, who tells her, "lt's not who wins — it's how you play the game" before asking her to go steady. What it's about: Best friends Lena (Alexis Bledel), Tibby (Amber Tamblyn), Bridget (Blake Lively), and Carmen (America Ferrera) find a pair of jeans that magically fit them each perfectly and use them as a way to track their separate journeys over summer break. What it's about: Awkward teen Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) discovers she's actually heir to the throne of the kingdom of Genovia and also Julie Andrews' granddaughter.