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    Teen Rebellion Movies

    Since Spring Breakers is finally coming out next week, Indiewire put up a post about 15 of the best teen rebellion movies. Teens and rebellion go together like peanut butter and jelly (or Taylor Swift and boy troubles, HEY-O!), so obviously there have been numerous classics over the years. Although each movie mentioned on the list is awesome in its own way, I've picked my five favorites and a favorite scene from each one. So lock your bedroom door and crank up those emo tunes because it's about to get rebellious up in here.—Katie

    The Breakfast Club
    Bender is so mean. This movie slays me, though, because you know what happened whenever I was in detention in high school? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Where is my bonding experience with fellow angsty teens?

    Ghost World
    Look at how small baby Johansson is in this! Thora Birch is great in this, and the comic that the movie is based on is even better. Now I'm all nostalgic for being 17 and hating everyone in the entire world while screaming, "No one understands me!"

    A cult classic, Heathers is one of those movies that doesn't make sense unless you see the entire thing. I remember seeing clips of the movie before actually seeing it and I was like, completely thrown. But after seeing the movie in all of its ridiculous glory, everything makes sense. Except Christian Slater's voice. That will never make sense to me.

    Rebel Without A Cause
    James Dean is a handsome devil in this and this scene with poor ol' Buzz getting caught by his cool leather jacket teaches everyone that "chicken" is the worst game in the entire world because even when you win, you lose.

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    This is the kind of rebellion I can get behind! Skippin' school with your best pals to sing a festive song in a parade. Sure, you totaled your friend's dad's car, but everything else is so PG and stress-free, it's glorious.