For many, the 1980s were a time of rock-'n'-roll hair bands, banana clips, wild wardrobes and rebellious attitudes. Perhaps no other element of the decade, however, stands out more than its famous teen comedies -- most of which are considered classics today. Because everyone loves a good '80s Brat Pack re-run, we're going to count down the 10 best '80s teen comedies that have kept us laughing, crying and wishing for the "good ol' days."
Better Off Dead
In Theaters on January 1st, 1985

Dumped teen (John Cusack) meets a French exchange student (Diane Franklin). Read More

The Breakfast Club
Based on 11 critics

A teen wrestler (Emilio Estevez), rebel (Judd Nelson), brain, beauty (Molly Ringwald) and shy girl. Read More

Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Based on 13 critics

Teens (Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold) date, dream, party and aggravate teachers. Read More

Weird Science
Based on 8 critics

High-school nerds computer-generate a magic beauty (Kelly LeBrock) who shows them how to meet girls. Read More

Based on 19 critics

Quirky teen lovers (Winona Ryder, Christian Slater) topple trio of too-cool Heathers. Read More

October 27, 2016
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Teen Wolf
Based on 5 critics

The new star (Michael J. Fox) of a high-school basketball team has red eyes, fangs and lots of hair. Read More

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Based on 13 critics

A teen (Matthew Broderick) plays hooky in Chicago with friends (Alan Ruck, Mia Sara). Read More

In Theaters on February 17th, 1984

Hip teen (Kevin Bacon) moves to corn town where pastor (John Lithgow) taboos dancing. Read More

November 15, 2016
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Sixteen Candles
Based on 11 critics

Girl (Molly Ringwald) turning 16 likes another girl's guy (Michael Schoeffling). Read More

Pretty In Pink
Based on 12 critics

Rich teen (Andrew McCarthy) asks an unpopular one (Molly Ringwald) to senior prom. Read More

Watch at Circle Cinema
November 3, 2016
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