Watching movies is always fun. You call your friends over, arrange some snacks and drinks and it’s movie time! But the most difficult part follows right after. What to watch? The choice comes with many complications such as being interesting, should be fun to watch, liked by everyone, and many more. Well, we got you covered.
Here are some movies which you can always watch with your gang
Clueless is a sassy and slick movie. The story revolves around a 15-year-old privileged Beverly Hills, schoolgirl, Cher Horowitz. The girl has got her name from the famous singer Cher. Cher lives with her workaholic lawyer father. The film shows how Cher’s charm gets her away with trouble and she gets anything she wants. Along with Cher are two best gal-pals Dionne and Tai. This class of ’95 follows every epitome of fashion, friendship, class, and love. The film is introduced fresh faces with groundbreaking slang and vocabulary that can make you cool.
2. 10 Things I Hate About You
Based loosely on Shakespeare’s play Taming of the Shrew, 10 Thing I Hate About You is about two sisters, Kat and Bianca who are restricted from dating guys till they’re in college by their strict father. In the following of the story, new student Cameron who is smitten by Bianca attempts to get the bad boy of the school, Patrick to like ill-tempered Kat. In consequence of the events that happened, the film is titled on the poem written by Kat referring to her bittersweet love for Patrick. The film contains all the high school drama with lovely music and witty dialogues.
3. Perks Of Being A Wallflower
The film is an inspiring coming-of-age odyssey of a shy, reserved, smart freshman boy, Charlie, a high-school freshman who breaks the shell and relishes the moments of his life. The film shows how Charlie goes through his freshman year while he befriends two seniors Patrick and Sam who help him to come out of his psychological trauma and provide him with exposure to the world.
4. The Fault In Our Stars
The film is based on the best-selling book by John Green. The story holds two cancer-stricken patients, Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters who attend a support group and end up falling in love with each other. The film shows the different ideologies of these persons where one believes in oblivion and the others’ belief is inevitable but still manages to work out things between them with the same interest of books, world, common fears, and heartfelt conversations share. The film is a perfect example of living with the loss of your loved ones but still finding positivity out of it.
5. Call Me By Your Name
Also based on the novel by Andre Aciman, the film is a coming-of-age romantic drama about 17-year-old boy who falls in love with his father’s 24-year-old graduate student. The film lingers over a time period of six weeks with a feeling of first love resulting in unavoidable heartbreak. It holds the power of relating with the audience on a great level. The film has changed the literature into a cinematic masterpiece that can not be forgotten anytime soon with an aesthetic view, soothing soundtrack, and erotic visuals.
The film revolves around two best friends Amy and Molly, A+ class toppers. The duo discovers that their loser classmates got into the same A-grade universities as them. Following the realization, the two best friends decide to have the fun of their life on the eve of their graduation by going to the party of the most popular kid at their school along with shooting their shots on their crushes. The film holds all the wickedly funny elements and adventurous episodes.