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    College days are remarkable, loveable, and unforgettable. It’s a time of liberation when you discover yourself, and it’s also when most people find their valuable love. Sometimes we just want to go back to those beautiful days and feel those romantic vibes again. College romance movies are the best source for this. We’ve compiled a list of the top 20 college romance-based movies for you to relive your beautiful past and feel those sweet romantic vibes overflowing with sweat emotions from your first love.

    • After  

    Year: 2019
    Director: Jenny Gage

    Starring: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Khadijah Red Thunder
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 46 minutes

    This movie is based on the novel written by Anna Todd. It’s a bittersweet teen romance story in which Tessa, a young Freshman College Student, meets Hardin Scott, a mysterious bad boy who makes her question everything she wants out of life. They begin a romantic relationship, and unthinking conformity quickly turns into intense intimacy and wild obsession.

    • The First Time

    Year: 2012
    Director: Jon Kasdan

    Starring: Dylan O’Brien, Britt Robertson, Craig Roberts, Victoria Justice
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 32 minutes

    A college romance-based groundbreaking story where Dave (Dylan O’Brien), a timid senior, has feelings for the hottest girl in school, Jane (Victoria Justice). But Jane only considered him her friend. Fortuitously, at a party, Dave encounters a seductive junior from a nearby school, Aubrey (Britt Robertson). A spark of attraction ignites between the two teens and sparks a red-hot romance overflowing with the emotions of first love.

    • Indignation

    Year: 2016
    Director: James Schamus

    Starring: Logan Lerman, Sarah Gadon, Tijuana Ricks
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 50 minutes

    An undeniable love story with youthful romanticism in which a Jewish middle-class student, Marcus, receives a scholarship to a small Ohio college. But, due to cultural antipathy and the ongoing Korean War, he has to face criticism from fellow students. Entangled in all these problems, he encounters a beautiful and kind young girl named Olivia Hutton. Marcus’s thriving obsession with Olivia and clashes with the dean make the situation even more worst.

    • Words on bathroom walls

    Year: 2021
    Director:  Thor Freudenthal
    Starring:  Charlie Plummer, Taylor Russell, Andy Garcia
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 50 minutes

    Based on the thought “If you can’t trust your mind, trust your heart,” the story starts when a high school senior and aspiring chef, Adam is diagnosed with schizophrenia, trying to hide his illness. But his perspective changes when he meets and falls in love with his cheerful and breezy classmate, who influences him to open his heart.

    • Sun is also a star

    Year: 2019
    Director: Russo-Young

    Starring: Yara Shahidi, Anais Lee, Charles Melton.
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 40 minutes

    This crazy romantic story revolves around an ill-fated young girl named Natasha, who is struggling for her family’s stability in the United States after deportation, and a college-bound romantic named Daniel Bae who falls for her.  Natasha doesn’t believe in true love, but Daniel challenges her, promising to make her fall in love with him. A sweet love story that you must watch today with your mate.

    •  Legally Blonde

    Year: 2001
    Director: Robert Luketic

    Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair, Luke Wilson
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 36 minutes

    The story starts When Elle Woods, a cool fashionable girl is deceived by her boyfriend who left her for another girl, and joins Harvard law school to become a politician. Elle uses all her resources to get enrolled in the same school to win her ex-boyfriend back. During her journey, she faces many challenges from other fellows and teachers.

    •  Shit house

    Year: 2020
    Director: Cooper Raiff

    Starring: Cooper Raiff, Dylan Gelula, Amy Landecker
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 42 minutes

    “Shit House” is the story of Alex, a 19-year-old alone boy who tries but fails to make friends as a college freshman. But his life completely changes after attending a party at the Mythical Shithouse, where he encounters his old resident advisor Maggie and establishes a strong relationship with her.

    •  Revenge of the Nerds

    Year: 1984
    Director: Jeff Kanew

    Starring: Robert Carradine, Anthony Edwards, Timothy Busfield
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 30 minutes

    Most of us have been bullied as a freshman in college times.” Revenge of nerds” movie revolves around two nerdy college freshmen Gilbert and Lewis who are humiliated by their fellows and find difficulties in getting the girls they want. The story is all about how these two nerds use their ingenuity and ableness to take revenge on them and prove themselves.

    •  Down to You

    Year: 2000
    Director: Kris Isacsson

    Starring: Freddie Prinze, Julia Stiles, Selma Blair
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 32 minutes

    Full of comedy, drama, and romance. ”Down to You” is the story of two college students, the son of a celebrity chef (AI), and Imogen (Julia Stiles), a rising and extremely talented artist who meets at a bar and falls in love at first sight. Their relationship experiences many ups and downs and ends up with a breakup. Now, AI is doing everything he can to get a second chance at his first love.

    . Keith

    Year: 2008
    Director: Todd Kessler

    Starring: Elisabeth Harnois, Jesse McCartney, Margo Harshman
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 35 minutes

    Prominent high school teenager Natalie, head of curriculum activities, thinks that she has puzzled out everything about her life. But her thoughts began to change after meeting with a peculiar guy, who is her chemistry lab partner, Keith. While figuring out the mysterious Keith, she can’t help but fall in deep love with him.  

    • Like crazy

    Year: 2011
    Director: Drake Doremus

    Starring: Starring: Anton Yelchin, ‎Felicity Jones‎, ‎Jennifer

    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 26 minutes

    After a beautiful encounter in a college class in Los Angeles, a British student named Anna and an American student named Jacob fall for each other madly and began to date. Only to be with him, she overstays on her expired visa and is banned from entering the U.S.

    •  Van Wilder

    Year: 2002
    Director: Lionsgate

    Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Tara Reid, Tim Matheson
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 32 minutes

    Van Wilder(Ryan Reynolds), Boss of the Campus,  loves his college life so much that he even doesn’t want to graduate and shuffle through his 7th year in college. After encountering a beautiful journalist Gwen Pearson, Van finds himself being drawn to her and Gwen makes him realize that he is scared to graduate.

    . Drive Me Crazy

    Year: 1999
    Director: John Schultz

    Starring: Melissa Joan Hart, Adrian Grenier, Stephen Collins.
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 31 minutes

    After being dumped by their mates, two teenagers, Nicole and Chase, who are best friends pretend to date each other to win back their mates. In this attempt, they discover the one they always wanted was closer than they ever thought.

    • Norwegian Wood

    Year: 2010
    Director: Tran Anh Hung

    Starring: Kenichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi, Kiko Mizuhara
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 2 h 13 minutes

    Toru Watanabe looks back on his life in 1960 as a high school student, when his beloved friend Kizuki killed himself. After entering Tokyo University, Toru meets Kizuki’s ex-girlfriend, Naoko. Their mutual loss brings them closer. But after Naoko leaves for a sanitarium in Kyoto, the devastated Toru meets another pure-hearted woman Midori during the spring semester.

    •  Life Itself

    Year: 2018

    Director: Dan Fogelman

    Starring: Oscar Issac, Olivia Wilde, Mandy Patinkin

    Rating: NR

    Runtime: 1 h 57 min

    Life itself is a romantic story about a young couple, Abby (Olivia Wilde), who was abandoned as an orphan at the age of seven and Will (Oscar Issac). The story goes forward from their college romance to marriage and having their first baby. Abby gets hit by a bus and dies, but the baby girl, Dylan (Olivia Cooke), lives. Will couldn’t overcome his grief and attempted suicide. Dylan seems to have had a dark cloud following her throughout her childhood.

    . Irrational Men

    Year: 2015
    Director: Woody Allen

    Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone, Parker Posey, Jamie Blackley
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 34 minutes

    Abe Lucas, a molest philosophy professor and an excessively handsome wild man, finds meaning in his life when he begins teaching at Braylin College and can’t help but be attracted to his pretty and instinctive student, Jill Pollard. He enters into a quixotic relationship with her.

    •  Six years

    Year: 2015
    Director: Hannah Fidell

    Starring: Taissa Farmiga, Ben Rosenfield, Lindsay Burdge
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 1 h 19 minutes

    Story of two young lovers Mel and Dan who are in an ideal relationship since they were in high school. After passing six years they still need each other constantly and plan their future together after graduation. But their relationship takes a dark turn that they never imagined.

    •  Step up

    Year: 2006
    Director: Anne Fletcher

    Starring: Patrick Wachsberger, Erik Feig, Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 44 minutes

    An intoxicating movie revolves around Tyler Gage, a doomed streetwise hunk with raw talent who is sentenced to work as a sweeper for community service at the Maryland School of Arts. Fortunately, he catches the attention of Nora, a beautiful and gifted belly dance student and an upcoming dancer, who is searching for a substitute for her wounded dance partner.

    •  Tomorrow I will date yesterday you

    Year: 2016
    Director: Ralph A. Celestin

    Starring: Ar-Ab, Mia Mendez, Tai Birch
    Rating: PG 13
    Runtime: 1 h 42 minutes

    Takatoshi Minamiyama is a student who majors in art at the University of Kyoto. On the way to Kyoto by train, he encounters Emi Fukuju and falls in love at first sight. They start dating each other. A twist occurs in the story when Takatoshi discovers that Emi possesses some supernatural powers.

    •  Curial intensions

    Year: 1999
    Director: Roger Kumble

    Starring: Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair, Louise Fletcher, Swoosie Kurtz, Christine Baranski, Sarah Michelle Gellar
    Rating: R
    Runtime: 1 h 37 minutes

    After exposing the secret of being a virgin, in an article, the Pure daughter of the headmaster of elite Manhattan prep school Annette(Reese Witherspoon), unwillingly becomes a pawn in two ferocious step-siblings Sebastian’s and Kathryn’s devilish gamble to deflower her. However, Sebastian gets more than he bargained for as he tries to seduce Annette into his bed.

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