Movies Like The Duff – Based on the novel “The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend” by Kody Keplinger, the comedy movie “The DUFF” created in the United States. The film, which directed by Ari Sandel and starred Mae Whitman, Bella Thorne, and Robbie Amell, was released on February 20, 2015. It follows the tale of Bianca, a senior in high school who starts an uprising after learning that her friends are calling her the “DUFF” or Designated Ugly Fat Friend.
The films listed below are comparable to The DUFF in terms of their exhilarating escapades and ability to bring back fond memories of high school.
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1. 10 Things I Hate About You
Based on William Shakespeare’s play “The Taming of the Shrew,” the film follows Cameron, a new student at Padua High School, who at first has a crush on Bianca Stratford, a stunning sophomore, but forbidden from dating. The same may said for her’shrew’ sister Katarina, a senior student who prefers indie rock and feminist fashion and despises traditionalism. Until Kat and Bianca’s father changes one home rule one day: Bianca allowed to date. but only if Kat also has a date. Cameron convinces enigmatic bad guy Patrick to date Kat in order to date Bianca. Will Bianca and Kat fall in love with Cameron and Patrick?
2. Can’t Hardly Wait
500 high school graduates anticipate a wild graduation party because it is their graduation from high school. Preston has only wanted to be with Amanda, the girl he has been profoundly in love with since day one, since his freshman year, while everyone else wants a large party. Preston is experiencing the finest luck of his life as a result of Amanda’s recent breakup with Dexter, her athlete boyfriend. The party progresses, and things get exciting. People party, dance, and have sex. Amanda is in the midst of all of these events when she receives a letter. “Who is Preston, anyway?” she asks herself.
3. Movies Like The Duff: Easy A
Olive Penderghast, a respectable high school student, discovers that she is the subject of a “rumor mill” when she wakes up one morning. She does this after telling her best friend Rhiannon a white lie about having an affair with a college freshman over the weekend who stole her virginity. Olive, much to her surprise, welcomes the attention as word swiftly spreads. She helps her sexually harassed peers and utilizes her new notoriety to improve her social and financial standing. Olive must figure out a means to save herself, though, in order to prevent her falsehoods from getting worse and before Marianne, the school’s devout follower of religion, throws her out.
4. If I Stay
If I Stay, a young adult novel by Gayle Forman with a similar title, centers on Mia Hall, a character who always believes that the hardest decision she will ever face is whether to pursue her goals of enrolling at Juilliard to become a great musician or to choose a different path to be with Adam, the person she loves the most. But an incident that should have been a happy family outing abruptly changes everything. Mia’s own life is now in jeopardy. One day that will forever change her life arrives, and Mia is forced to make a decision that will determine both her future and her ultimate fate.
5. Movies Like The Duff: Mean Girls
With zoologists for parents, Cady Heron spent her formative years in an African forest. She home-schooled and only had access to her parents and the animals for communication. She is familiar with all the survival tips but has never heard of high school. When her family relocated, she forced to learn the high school regulations, particularly those pertaining to the three attractive, well-liked, and cruel girls known as the Plastics—Regina, Gretchen, and Karen. They permitted Cady, who was hesitant, to join them. All Cady wants is to learn the dark secrets of Plastics, but things get difficult when Cady starts to fall for Regina’s ex-boyfriend Aaron.
6. She’s All That
Zack Siler on a mission to show his all-makeup-and-push-up-bra ex that he can transform an average lady into a beautiful prom queen after being publically dumped by his popular prom-queen girlfriend, a high school jock. In a wager with his friend Dean Sampson, Zack decides to turn Laney Boggs, a geeky and ugly girl. But as the days go by, Zack starts to think Laney is attractive and develops feelings for her. And given how much Laney has changed, it appears that Zack may be on the verge of a successful run.