Best Teen Comedies Of All Time

Entertainment — August 12, 2014 at 7:45 pm by

Everyone loves a good old fashion raunchy, sex crazed, teen comedy.  Hollywood would stop making them if people didn’t.  Some of the funniest movies in history have come from this genre.  To stereotype, these movies usually star an average looking guy, or a slightly above average girl, that is actually ten years older than the age of the character that they are trying to portray.  There is almost always a quest for sexual enjoyment, a few good one-liners, and a happy ending.  Works for me, cause I just want to laugh at all that shit.
These are my 40 favorite teen comedies spanning back to the early eighties.  I tried to stick to high school and early college movies, so classics like Animal House and Old School were left out because they focused on older kids.

40.  The Last American Virgin: Nice guys finish last, and it’s usually funny to watch along the way.  There is a lesson here, don’t hesitate, just dive in, because Paco is on his way home.

39.  Meatballs 3:  A young Patrick Dempsey, a voluptuous Shannon Tweed, and a ton of 80’s tits.  Sometimes it’s nice to go back and check out all the natural boobs before the eruption of implants.
38.  Empire Records:  Great cast and an even better soundtrack.  It’s funny to check out a super young Renee Zellweger.
37.  Wet Hot American Summer:  Another great ensemble cast including Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Elizabeth Banks, and Amy Poehler.  A great satire of 80’s comedies.
36.  Outside Providence:  Very memorable performance by Alec Baldwin, and my favorite character name of all time; Drugs Delaney.
35.  Accepted:  You know- one of those so bad, it’s good, movies.  This was Jonah Hill’s first biggish role.

34.  Weird Science:  A John Hughes classic that is just one of those staples you loved as a kid.
33.  Just One Of The Guys:  Very funny premise about gender discrimination.  And who saw that great rack that comes out of nowhere?
32.  Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitters Dead:  Christina Applegate was ultra hot back then in her, “Married With Children,” days.  This one still sucks me in if I’m channel surfing because it’s always fun to watch.
31.  Orange County:  Far and away the best part of this is Jack Black’s performance as the stoner brother.  “You wanna get naked and start the revolution?”

30.  Adventureland:  I really enjoyed this quirky, dry, comedy about an amusement park worker and his budding love life.
29.  EuroTrip:  Two things make this movie; a ton of great nudity and, “Scotty Doesn’t Know.”  How hot is Meike?  I mean, seriously.

28.  Nick And Nora’s Infinite Playlist: It’s a shame Kat Dennings never unleashes her gazunngas in this tale of the epic quest to find Fluffy.
27.  Juno:  Very funny, and outside the box of most comedies.  Ellen Page and Michael Cera are fantastic together as the awkward couple who are much better as friends.
26.  Mean Girls: Far from being a chick flick.  Tim Meadows is absolutely hysterical as the school principle.
25.  Not Another Teen Movie:  To me this the best spoof comedy of its kind.  I love how the kids go to John Hughes High School.
24.  Napoleon Dynamite:  I’m actually not a huge fan of this movie, but you can’t refute its relevance.  Plus Jon Heder’s dance at the end is legendary.

23.  10 Things I Hate About You:  Much of this cast went on to have big careers.  It starred Gina Martin (..ugh I mean Julia Stiles), Heath Ledger, and Joseph Gordon Levitt.  Why is it so hard to get the mean girl laid?
22.  Clueless: Another chick movie I didn’t at all mind sitting through.  Whatever happened to Breckin Meyer?
21.  Slackers:  Totally underrated comedy with Jason Schwartzman stealing the show.  “Is that a hair doll?”  “No it just fell out that way.”
20. Detroit Rock City: Here You have a grown up John Connor (Eddie Furlong), Ron Jeremy, and Shannon Tweed in a movie about doing whatever it takes to get to a Kiss concert. Best part- they feed a priest pizza with shrooms on it and he trips his balls off.

19.  PCU:  Total classic as it follows the trials of a would be freshman and which click he will end up joining.  Very memorable and funny performances from Jeremy Piven (even though he looks like a 37-year-old college student,) Jon Favreau, and David Spade.
18.  Breakfast Club:  This one really speaks for itself.  Molly Ringwald is annoying and Judd Nelson’s a badass.

17.  Sex Drive:  Another one that is completely underrated.  It was funny as shit, especially Seth Green’s small role as an Amish boy who is great at fixing cars.  “Rumspringer!!!!”
16.  Varsity Blues:  “Hold this flower-pot on your head and say I’m stupid and I’m about to get hit in the nuts!”

15.  Teen Wolf:  To me the funniest part of the movie is the basketball coach.
Coach Finstock: Look Scotty, I know what you’re going through. Couple years back, a kid came to me, much the same way you’re coming to me now, saying the same thing that you’re saying. He wanted to drop off the team. His mother was a widow, all crippled up. She was scrubbing floors. She had this pin in her hip. So he wanted to drop basketball and get a job. Now these were poor people, these were hungry people with real problems. Understand what I’m saying?
Scott Howard: What happened to the kid?
Coach Finstock: I don’t know. He quit. He was a third stringer, I didn’t need him.

14.  Risky Business:  A young Tom Cruise and a hot Rebecca De Mornay as a hooker.  I could have done without the underwear scene, but maybe that will be my Halloween costume next year.

13.  21 Jump Street:  Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are a riot in this one that definitely caught me by surprise by how good it was.  The scene where their tripping in front of the gym teacher is classic.

12.  Back To The Future: A staple of every kids childhood in this generation.  “1.21 Jiggawatts!”

11.  American Pie 2:  Most sequels are bad ripoffs of the first one, but AP2 was an exception.  In fact, every movie they make with the real cast,(4 total now,) has been hilarious.

10.  Ferris Bueller’s Day Off:  One of the best comedies of the eighties, period.  It was original, funny, and it taught you the basics for faking being sick to stay home from school.  I love the scene where Ben Stein is calling roll, “Bueller….Bueller…..Bueller?”

9.  Mischief:  This is one you may have missed, but some Kelly Preston full frontal should give you plenty of motivation to check it out.  Set in the mid fifties, it’s a great watch as we follow a nerd who befriends the new James Dean type kid at school; who quickly teaches him how to slay poon.
8.  Can’t Hardly Wait: One of my favorite movies of any genre.  Seth Green steals the movie as Kenny Fisher, with memorable lines like, “Yo I gots to get laid tonight,” and “92 percent!”  There are so many great quotes and cameos.  I love Jerry O’Connell as Trip McNeely, the college guy who comes back to show Mike Dexter that being a god in high school was way better than college.

7.  Porky’s:  Such an outrageous teen romp, Porky’s has everything you could possibly ask for in a raunchy teen comedy.  The shower scene will live in infamy, and the beginning is hilarious as they are all waiting to bang the same hooker.
6.  The Girl Next Door:  Another one of my all time favorite flicks, undoubtedly because I was in love with Elisha Cuthbert.  I can’t think of a sexier side boob shot than her undressing in front of an open window.  Tim Olyplant is awesome as Kelly the manager of Danielle, and  the trio of Emile Hirsch, Paul Dano, and Chris Marquette are funny as shit as the nerds who just want what every high school boy wants; to sleep with porn stars.

5. Fast Times At Ridgemont High:  Who would have thought ,one of the greatest actors of our generation got his start in this teen comedy.  I mean, who can refute the career of Brian Backer, and his life altering turn as Mark “Rat” Ratner.  By the way Sean Penn and Forest Whitaker also appeared in the film, and they went on to have decent careers.  Will anyone ever forget Judge Rhinehold jerking off to Phoebe Cates coming out of the pool?
4.  Revenge Of The Nerds:  “We’ve got bush!  We’ve got bush!”  “Oh a hairpie!”  I could quote it all day long.    “Hey guys…wonder joints.”  “You just got your asses whipped, by a bunch of goddamn nerds…nerds!”

3.  Superbad:  McLovin baby, one of the best and funniest characters ever to grace the screen.  Superbad is so outrageous, so over the top, and so fucking funny.  “You know what I do? I flip my boner up into my waistband. It hides it, AND it feels awesome. I almost blew a load into my bellybutton.”  “I’m going to State where the girls are half as smart, and thus twice as likely to fellash me.”


2.  Dazed And Confused:  Yeah, so what, I called my house the Moon Tower for awhile back in college.  I could use all the stereotypical movie phrases to describe Dazed, like “it’s a coming of age story,” or some shit like that.  Bottom line, it’s one of the best movies of the last generation.  So many stars of today got their start in this classic.

1.  American Pie:  It’s gonna be tough to ever derail American Pie out of the top spot for me, being as I was exactly the same age as the characters when it came out.  Every character is uniquely funny, and there are so many classic quotes.  Eugene Levy adds such a dimension as well, playing Jim’s dad, and when he finds his son fucking a pie in the kitchen he utters, “we’ll just tell your mom we ate it.”

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