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82457acb1a Mavis insults her, and in a profanity-laced tirade tearfully reveals she became pregnant with Buddy's baby years ago, but had a miscarriage after three months. 27. (162 mins.) Director: James Cameron Stars: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez 50. Hugo (2011) Too young for fans of its director, too old-fashioned for kids, Hugo was a movie greenlit only because of the prestige of its helmer: a hugely expensive period piece without much in the way of action or explosions. With Ronan in the lead, and Gattacas Andrew Niccol directing, this theoretically had promise, but Meyers story fails to do much beyond yet another love triangle, and the world were shown is identikit dystopia by way of laundry ad, with virtually everyone, Niccol included, seeming to sleepwalk through the whole affair. Beth wants to stay out longer, so Mavis offers to drive the drunk Buddy home. And to fit that true post-Potter world, and to stop things being overwhelmed with other teen movies, we required some kind of genre element in the mix.Check out our ranking of all 36 franchises or movies below, and let us know what you think in the comments. Amber Tamblyn, America Ferrera, Blake Lively and Alexis Bledel are all more talented actresses than have often been given opportunity to show, and they get some meaty Judy Blume-ish material to deal with here, from pregnancy scares and cancer to, in a surprisingly mature and well-excecuted move, depression. External links.
(106 mins.) Director: Mike Nichols Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross, William Daniels 18. 7. ^ "Young Adult". Replay SHARE The Outsiders Warner Bros. Read Next . Coraline (2009) The first of two animated movies in the upper reaches of our list, Coraline, like most Henry Selick movies, should not be mistaken for a cartoon. 20. Whether or not weve reached peak YA at the movies, this seemed like a good time to take stock, so below, weve ranked every YA franchise (or would-be franchise, as it turned out to be the case most of the time) released since the first Harry Potter movie was released. 26. So yeah, kind of Superman with added teen angst and little superheroics.