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Disclaimer: For a movie to be considered for this list, both characters in the relationship needed to be of high school age or younger.

(Sorry, The Notebook lovers.) And the rankings are based on the romance within the story, not the film itself.

Moment that made you melt: "Lena Kaligaris we are terrible at not loving each other." "…So what do we do? Instead of rejecting the lies, Olive (Emma Stone) uses it as a business opportunity — she allows her male classmates to spread sex-based lies about her in exchange for gift cards — all while her childhood crush Todd (Penn Badgley) stand idly by. Moment that made you melt: Michael forgives Mia for bailing on him and shows up at her coronation ball just in time for the first dance of the night and their first kiss, which does include a foot pop.–E. What it's about: Danny (John Travolta) and Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) have what was supposed to just be a summer fling — until Sandy shows up at Danny's high school and threatens to disrupt his '50s cool-guy status. What it's about: Completely opposite high-school twin siblings David (Tobey Maguire) and Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon) fight over the TV and eventually break the remote.

She tries to prove she's good enough and attempts to be someone she's not, but it doesn't matter because he gives her the ultimate brush off. Danny realizes he made a major mistake and fights to win Sandy back. What it's about: OK, so Edward (Johnny Depp) may not technically be a teenager — since he’s the creation of an inventor played by Vincent Price — but man-made or not, the black-clad innocent with the dangerous appendages is a stand-in for outsiders everywhere in Tim Burton’s classic fantasy. Soon, they find themselves in the world of a late '50s sitcom and the raw emotion they bring to the titular town also adds some literal color. What it's about: Andie Walsh (Molly Ringwald) catches the eye of rich kid Blane Mc Donough (Andrew Mc Carthy), despite coming from the wrong side of the tracks and being a frequent target of derision by his snobby friends. What it's about: After her mother dies in a car accident during her Juilliard audition, Sara (Julia Stiles) moves to Chicago to live with her father and stops dancing. What it's about: Rich with a misguided heart of gold, Cher (Alicia Silverstone) navigates high school life and tries to find a boyfriend, all the while charmingly oblivious to the reality around her. "I guess we can play ball, and ride to school together," he continues. What it's about: Miles Teller is the charming, popular Sutter, who’s on the verge of tilting over from high school party king to town alcoholic after graduation.

Moment that made you melt: "I just want to make sure that the first person who kisses you loves you," Sam tells a wide-eyed Charlie before becoming just that. What it's about: Sweet Apple, Ohio's Kim Mac Afee (Ann-Margaret) is newly pinned to aw-shucks cutie Hugo (Bobby Rydell) and also the luckiest girl in the world: She's picked to be the last girl Elvis-like teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie (Jesse Pearson) kisses before he heads into the army. What it's about: Perfect Christian Mary (Jena Malone) gets pregnant by her gay boyfriend and decides to hide the pregnancy, while new kid Patrick (Patrick Fugit) shows up after his stint skateboarding for Christ in South America and falls for her. Moment that made you melt: OK, so it's not really between Jules and Mox, but when Mox manages to resist the super-hot Darcy (Ali Larter) who's donning her legendary whipped cream bikini, it is incredibly swoonworthy. " he says definitely to the half-naked woman covered in dessert. Juno decides to give the baby up for adoption, but through her pregnancy and parting with the child, she and Paulie grow closer. What it's about: Five high school students from very different cliques find themselves in Saturday detention with a lot more in common than they could've ever believed.

And while the mutual declarations of love that follow aren't evenly matched — Sam's isn't a romantic love, yet — the moment is sharply honest and lovely. Hugo and Kim define young, chaste love that's disrupted by Conrad's bad boy persona. Moment that made you melt: "Will you go out with me? Moment that made you melt: Paulie cuddles with Juno in her hospital bed after she's given birth as tears roll down her cheeks. Moment that made you melt: When the princess (Claire, played by Molly Ringwald) pays the criminal (Bender, played by Judd Nelson) a visit in the closet he's been sequestered to and asks him if he was really disgusted by her lipstick trick. What it's about: New girl Kate (Brittany Snow) has aligned herself with the ex-girlfriends of heartbreaker John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe) in an effort to woo and then dump him.

She does, and then sits in anguish for days waiting for Gus to call her again. Moment that made you melt: After a near-death experience with a truck during a driving lesson, Murray and Dionne reaffirm exactly how much they mean to each other. Moment that made you melt: When Jim and Judy cuddle by the fire and Judy wonders, "Is this what it's like to love somebody? But the story remains the same: Romeo (Leonardo Di Caprio) and Juliet (Claire Danes) fall in love even though they're from feuding families. It’s salty-sweet and excellent evidence that Teller and Woodley are the current king and queen of playing real teenagers, as Aimee blossoms in the light of his unexpected admiration, giggling “Oh my god, no,” when he tells her, “Amy, you’re absolutely beautiful.” —A. What it's about: A group of teens make a last-ditch attempt to find and lose love during an epic high school graduation house party. It's definitely when Landon made the telescope on Jamie's front lawn so she could see the stars from her bedroom because she was too sick to leave the house. He picks up her chin, she smiles, and eventually, they both lean in. What it's about: Tyler (Channing Tatum) is a bad boy from the streets of Philly who also happens to be an amazing dancer. What it's about: Sam Baker's (Molly Ringwald) family fucking forgets her birthday and on that no-so-sweet 16, her senior crush Jake Ryan (Michael Schoeffling) finds the sex quiz she took "anonymously" that reveals she has a huge crush on him. What it's about: In this adaptation of Taming of the Shrew, Julia Stiles and Larisa Oleynik (Alex Mack!

Moment that made you melt: Megan, clad in her cheerleader uniform with pom-poms in hand, crashes the True Directions graduation with a special message for Graham: "1, 2, 3, 4 / You're the one that I adore / 5, 6, 7, 8 / Don't run from me 'cause this is fate." —J. What it's about: Two willful teens (Victor Rasuk and Donna Maldonado) fall in love over the course of a hot summer on New York City's Lower East Side. Sam gives Charlie his first kiss and steals his heart, but stays just out of reach with her college boyfriend, until a shared moment between the two forces Charlie to confront some childhood trauma. What it's about: The West Canaan, Texas, Coyotes, a small-town high school football team, struggle when their star quarterback Lance Harbor (Paul Walker) gets injured.

Moment that made you melt: When Donna tells Victor that she's never been this close with a boy before..close competition to the scene in which Victor admits that the only way to know him is to know his crazy family. It's the rare story in which it feels like two characters are growing into people who'll be together, rather than just making their way toward a romance. Suddenly, the brilliant, but less athletically inclined back-up QB Johnny Moxon (James Van Der Beek) has to deal with the pressure of stepping in all while trying to get into Brown and dating Lance's sister Jules (Amy Smart). What it's about: Juno (Ellen Page) gets pregnant at 16 after having sex for the first time with her lifelong friend Paulie (Michael Cera).

Moment that made you melt: Clad in their underwear, Sam and Suzy dance to a Françoise Hardy record on her brother’s portable player, first separately and then closer. ” First forays into sex have never looked so quirkily adorable. They send her off to get reformed at a reparative therapy facility for teens called True Directions where she meets the angsty Graham (Clea Duvall).

Sam goes in for a kiss, and after Suzy asks, “Can you French kiss? Though Graham initially rejects everything Megan stands for, soon, they fall in love. What it's about: Shy freshman Charlie (Logan Lerman) is welcomed by stepsiblings Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller) and their close-knit band of misfits.

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