15 Best Teen Romance Movies That Will Give You All The Feels

Teen Romance Movies are undoubtedly a comfort genre for most people. Who doesn’t feel a bit happy or sappy while watching these? Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or Christmas or even the weekend, there’s no such thing as a bad time to watch the perfect romance film. While all love stories raise our heartbeats, the best love films for teenagers portray the hardships, tribulations, and exhilaration of early love. Some may also leave behind some life lessons in order for us to figure out our own relationships. Whether it’s new hip films or classics, ensemble comedies, or LGBTQ+ films, there’s something for everyone. So whether you’re organizing a sleepover or looking for a good movie to watch alone for a perfect solo date, these are the film’s that you HAVE to watch. Here’s a list of the 15 Best Teen Romance Movies that will make your heart soar!  

1. Love, Simon

This movie is based on Becky Albertalli’s novel of the same name. Love, Simon explores the story of teen boy Simon Spier as tries to figure out his sexuality. He is afraid to come out to his friends and family but falls in love for the first time in ways he didn’t expect.

2. The Fault In Our Stars

This one is a tearjerker. Based on John Green’s novel of the same name, The Fault In Our Stars is the story of two teenage cancer patients Hazel and Augustus who get to know each other through a cancer support group and eventually fall in love. With each other, they vow to live life to the fullest before the inevitable arrives.

3. Easy A

Easy A follows Olive lies about losing her virginity and this somehow transitions into her helping the other guys by pretending as if they’ve lost theirs. This leads to a complete shift in her social life and she starts embracing the rumors that have been spreading about her.

4. 10 Things I Hate About You

A modern retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You focuses on Kat Stratford who’s the complete opposite of a hopeless romantic, as she begins to fall in love with the charismatic new admission, Patrick Verona.

5. A Walk To Remember

Nicholas Sparks knows how to make you ugly cry. This film is no different. Following the typical, nice girl-meets-bad-boy trope, this is the story of Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan who fall in love in the most unexpected way. But as their feelings begin to grow, Jamie explains why she doesn’t want Landon to get too attached to her and that this revelation will break her heart.

6. Five Feet Apart

This is the story of two teenagers, Will and Stella, diagnosed with cystic fibrosis who form a beautiful bond with each other in the hospital. But there is one hindrance in their budding romance- they have to stay 5 feet apart at all times in order to prevent the risk of infection.

7. The Half of It

Ellie Chu, is an intellectual and an introverted high school senior who makes extra money by writing other students’ essays. But things take a different turn when she’s approached to write lie letters for someone that she has also admired for a long time. 

8. The Last Song

The Last Song is based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the same name. It centers around a difficult New York teen who is forced to spend the summer with her father in a small town. Their age meets a young pianist and love blossoms between the duo. 

9. Candy Jar

This is the story of two teens, a boy who hails from a wealthy and privileged family and a girl who belongs to the working class. They are constantly caught up in the debate team rivalry at their school and are always fighting about getting into their dream colleges but slowly realise that they have a lot more in common than it appears. 

10. All The Bright Places

This teen film is based on a popular YA novel and follows the story of two teens struggling with mental illness that drop into each other’s sockets and make a bow to see as many beautiful things as they can. Keep your tissues handy because you’ll be needing them at the end of this film. 

11. Ladybird 

A California high school student plans to get away from her family and small town by going to college in New York, much to the disapproval of her wildly affectionate, obstinate, and headstrong-willed mother.  

12. Dumplin’

Dumplin’ follows Willowdean, the obese teenage daughter of a yesteryear beauty queen, who decides to partake in her mother’s Miss Teen Bluebonnet pageant to make a point and finds love in the journey. 

13. Midnight Sun

Shielded since childhood, 17-year-old Katie Price lives with a deadly sensitivity to sunlight. Her world opens up after dark when she ventures out to play her guitar for random travelers. One night, Katie encounters Charlie, a young man she’s secretly adored for years. As destiny leads to a blossoming romance, Katie desperately tries to hide her condition from her unsuspecting new boyfriend. 

14. Stuck In Love 

Bill Borgens, a renowned writer, is lonely since his wife left him for another man. As he struggles to raise his teenage children, they all try to grasp the hardships of love together. 

15. The Spectacular Now 

Following the bad boy good girl trope, The Spectacular Now centers around the worlds of Sutter, a pampered young lad, and Aimee, a studious girl, and how their worlds collide as they develop a special bond and fall in love. However, they must surmount the challenges life throws their way, in order to stay together. 

Here’s a compilation of what we think are the 15 best teen romance movies that’ll make you smile and cry at the same time! 

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