Films I watched when I was a teenager

I’m not sure if it was the soundtrack or the film itself, but watching ‘Cruel Intentions’ earlier brought back a lot of memories about films that I used to watch as a teen.

Talking to @Vinjii on Twitter made me wonder what other films I remember fondly from my teenage years, before I grew up and later became a geek and turned to TV shows. The following is in no particular order and by no means complete:

  • Cruel Intentions
  • 10 things I hate about you
  • Clueless
  • Empire Records
  • She’s the One
  • Addicted to love
  • When a man loves a woman
  • Sleepless in Seattle
  • You’ve got mail
  • Notting Hill
  • The Mexican
  • Die Hard 1-3
  • The Rock
  • Under Siege
  • Indiana Jones 1-3
  • Bad Boys 1-2
  • Tin Cup
  • Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
  • Silverado
  • Moll Flanders
  • Chocolat
  • Cool Runnings

The question is now, what did I miss?

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5 Responses to Films I watched when I was a teenager

  1. arleff says:

    You missed ‘Withnail and I’. Well worth seeing, even now.

  2. Cat says:

    Never even heard of it before!

  3. K8 says:

    Flight of the Navigator!!

    Withnail and I is a great flick, if not a bit bizarre. Must be watched with a bottle of booze, shots of which are supposed to be drunk whenever an actor knocks back alcohol. Yes, that includes the lighter fluid!

  4. K8 says:

    Also… Reality Bites.

    And ‘Pump up the Volume’ while you’re at it :) I had a wee Christian Slater obsession back then.

  5. Cat says:

    I haven’t heard of them either! Where do all these random films come from!?

    I’ll give them a shot at sometime! [Rubbish pun intended!]

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