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Help need movie suggestions for 16 yo DD

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pearlylum Wed 13-Jul-16 20:24:01

About to go on holiday with 16 yo DD. Internet access will be poor so we need to download some movies to take with us to keep her amused when it gets too hot outside.
Ideas please?
She is quite a young 16 yo, liked Game of Thrones, not really into too much gothic stuff, likes rom com loved Pretty Little Liars, and loves Disney.

43percentburnt Wed 13-Jul-16 20:25:42

What about the breakfast club? My teen dd loves it.

pearlylum Wed 13-Jul-16 20:27:16

Thanks, I'll get that.

iklboo Wed 13-Jul-16 20:29:17

Paddington is a good family type film.

MiddleClassProblem Wed 13-Jul-16 20:30:25

Hunger games

43percentburnt Wed 13-Jul-16 20:31:21

Edward scissor hands, clerks (it's an 18 I think but I watched underage), pretty in pink, ghost, dazed and confused, grease 1 (and 2), dirty dancing.

They are old films but classics!

HeyMacWey Wed 13-Jul-16 20:32:34

Another oldy but a goody - Footloose.

TheOnlyLivingBoyInNewCross Wed 13-Jul-16 20:32:38

Legally Blonde, Clueless, Miss Congeniality, Ten Things I Hate About You.

What about a TV series? We are on holiday for two weeks and have lots of Arrow to keep us happy! Go retro and get Dawson's Creek! My sister (who loves her teen drama) loved Friday Night Lights and The OC. All my students LOVED Gossip Girl a few years ago.

MiddleClassProblem Wed 13-Jul-16 20:32:58

Freaky Friday
The duff
Mean girls
Pitch perfect
LOTR
Kick ass
Hanna
Spy
Trainwreck

pearlylum Wed 13-Jul-16 20:35:39

Thanks guys, this is so helpful.

StoorieHoose Wed 13-Jul-16 20:41:00

Go retro :
All 80s John Hughes Films
any brat pack films
lost boys/ can't buy me love / stand by me /anything with Corey Haim

American teen movies:
10 things I hate about you
mean girls
Never been kissed

pearlylum Wed 13-Jul-16 21:00:43

Great. Thanks. ( I have a stoorie hoose too!)

JoyceDivision Wed 13-Jul-16 21:04:47

Stand By Me. Bloody brilliant coming of age film (in a non sex way grin )

Gowgirl Wed 13-Jul-16 22:01:48

Dirty dancing!

HeyMacWey Fri 15-Jul-16 15:20:00

Beetlejuice?

CatoftheMilkyWay Sun 17-Jul-16 18:04:01

How about Studio Ghibli films? Disney with more imagination - try Princess Mononoke or Howl's Moving Castle. Also try the suggested list of films on the Mighty Girl website, you can filter by age. www.amightygirl.com/movies-tv?age_range_filter=6

UnikittyInHerBusinessSuit Sun 17-Jul-16 18:11:46

DD, 14, likes Clueless, Mean Girls, Pitch Perfect 1 and 2 and all the Hunger Games and Harry Potter movies. Also X-Men First Class, and Days of Future Past, and the Captain America movies. And the complete Sherlock, which she has watched too many times to count.

But when I actually asked her for suggestions she said Deadpool - because she's still sulking that I won't let her watch it grin.

AmandaK11 Mon 18-Jul-16 10:40:00

If she loves Disney, perhaps you can introduce StarWars? There's more content there than one holiday, that's for sure.

Nataleejah Thu 21-Jul-16 20:33:33

16yo can watch pretty much anything. Just let her choose.

headffirst Fri 22-Jul-16 09:56:57

Princess Mononoke might be a good one. A friend recommended it to me on Teepee, my fav new recommendations app, and it kept a fifteen year old happily entranced for a good couple of hours on a recent rain-soaked weekend away.

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