which movies perfectly capture the essence of being a teenager/young ?
although i have never been a gril, i imagine virgin suicides is pretty fucking close. atleast for where i grew up in a rural/suburb area with alot of wasps.
as far as me, i actually identified alot with the teenage guy in american beauty. but i doubt most of you faggots went to military school and had a dad that savagely beat you.
I got nothing for movies. Do TV shows count?
Literally every retarded teenager in America swore it was based on their high school
>not having your first and only sexual experience with your best bro before making history
I'm sorry the rest of you had such a sheltered existence...
I really like "Igby Goes Down" but that's probably because I grew up in a wealthy suburb outside of NYC so I found it really relatable
This or Brick, if you didn't have a great childhood.
pretty much my experience, come out a year after I graduated too.
nigger my dad beat the ever living shit out of me until i pummeled his ass on our front lawn when i was 14.
yea. i let my dad welt my back with his belt. i was fucking 10. i hate to use the sjw shit, but you are literally blaming a 10 year old that trusted his parents.
>dunno how to feel
>chick trying hard to relate to your autistic, creepy ass
>the night doesn't end in sweaty, violent sex
Stay permavirgin, shitlord
I don't think Rushmore really describes the experience of growing up. Maybe if you're a precocious, ambitious kid with poor luck then that's what childhood is like, but I can't really identify with that.
I don't know. For me, childhood/teenagehood I barely interacted with adults and had a lot less conviction than the main character. I'm guessing that very few people identified with the main arcs of Rushmore.
was a senior in hs when this came out
went into nyc to see it with some bros
laughed our asses off then went back to my friends' sister's apartment and fell asleep watching bela lugosi in dracula
>a swedish love story
>dude is white
Have you watched Meme Queens yet?
it's such a shame that Levitt has never met the promise of those two movies. He is so good in both of them but then just became another Hollywood whore making shit movie after shit movie
is it hard for you to believe that people actually got beat the shit out of? do you need to attach sexual abuse to basic physical abuse? does that make it easier to comprehend that kids get the ever living shit beat out of them?
I don't see why the fuck it matters when a movie comes out, if you relate to it you just do. No matter how old you are.
Where the Wild Things Are gave me serious feels because of the divorced parents/mom always bringing out boyfriends etc. I'm 23 years old but I'll never forget that feeling.