Matthew Rodrigues: It's been 15 years since millennium parties were all the raise, and teen movies rules the cinema, entertainment editor, Maggie Pehanick is here to take us memory lane by calling out some of the most memorable teen movies of 1999. Oho! My GodMaggie Pehanick: And you are already under selling this Matt 1999 was the year to be in high school on the big screen I could rattle off the several teen movies from that you're alone which actually did in a recent popsugar.
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Matthew Rodrigues: You are bringing me to my senior year and I love it Pehanick, bring it. Maggie Pehanick: I hope that's a good thing. All right let's start off with number five on my list Never Been Kissed. So Drew Barrymore plays a reporter in her 20s, but she goes under covered at a high school, so I'm counting it.
Matthew Rodrigues: Okay! there Barrymore plus Michael Vartan as a teacher, who is hot. David Arquette the brother and Leelee Sobieski who is the geeky friend, totally approve this film.
Maggie Pehanick: And I think you also like the number four on my list, "10 Things I Hate About You", it is the perfect 90s update the Taming Of The Shrew you got to just love it. Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles as rich teens dealing with love.
Matthew Rodrigues: And who can forget Patrick Serenade and Cat with Frank Sinatra out in The Bleachers I still want to do that.
Maggie Pehanick: Classic scene next up She's All That, Rachael Leigh Cook plays a nerd who is slept off her feet by a popular jock Freddie Prinze, Jr. it is the perfect storm of 1999 goodness.
Matthew Rodrigues: I still can't explain the dance sequence, but I really love it.
Maggie Pehanick: No thank you.
Matthew Rodrigues: Okay, What's number two?
Maggie Pehanick: The Pie that spans several sequels, American Pie. Matthew Rodrigues: All right, no one has ever look at it they could the same way after Jason Biggs go little Freaky-Deaky with some apple pie. And there are so people in that.
Maggie Pehanick: Oh! My God the cast list reads like a who's who of late 90s Hollywood. Now let's cap off the list with number one Cruel Intentions. Matthew Rodrigues: Yes, Maggie Pehanick: Yes! Reese Witherspoon as angelic version oppose the manipulative Ryan Phillippe and Wixson Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Matthew Rodrigues: Who scandal there, plus Selma Blair and Joshua Jackson and one of the best moviesMaggie Pehanick: And one of the soundtracks too. So runners up to my list include Election, Varsity Blues, Jawbreaker and Detroit Rock City which actually got a lot a twitter love when we posted this list one reader even said that he had seen the movie three times a year for last the 15 years. Matthew Rodrigues: Are you serious, #three time.