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7 best films about juvenile delinquency, should not be imitated!

Juvenile delinquency is an interesting topic to talk about. Here are some films that discuss juvenile delinquency

Many say that adolescence is the most exciting time. Life feels very relaxed without any heavy burdens.

Even so, adolescence is the most vulnerable stage in human development. The wrong association will make the youth's future bleak.

Especially with the rapid development of technology. There are teenagers who use technology to commit mischief, such as bullying or even hacking other people.

7 Best Films About Juvenile Delinquency

Juvenile delinquency is a topic discussed in literature and films, gangs. Well, in this article, Jaka will discuss several films about juvenile delinquency.

These films have entertaining and funny stories, but there are many scenes that are not suitable for children to watch.

If you are curious and are old enough to watch these films, just go ahead, let's see Jaka's review below!

1. American Pie (1999)

Children of the 90s generation must be very familiar with this one film. American Pie discusses juvenile delinquency and sexual exploration.

Tells the story of 5 seniors in a geeky high school. The five of them are trying to get rid of their virgins before graduating from high school.

The problem is, their innocent nature makes everything funny. This film has a lot of obscene scenes that are not allowed to be seen by children.

2. Easy A (2010)

Easy A is a comedy film starring Emma Stone. This film managed to reach US $ 75 million even though its budget was only US $ 8 million.

Tells the story of a teenager named Olive who has never dated at all. However, he was forced to lie to his friend that he had sex with a student.

The lie spreads throughout the school and brings new problems. Olive was rumored to be a cheap woman who would sleep with anyone. Wow!

3. Neighbors (2014)

Well, if the film called Neighbors tells about the misbehavior of college students, gangs. This film stars Zac Efron, Rose Byrne, and Seth Rogen.

A young couple and their baby living in a quiet residential neighborhood suddenly change because a group of college kids rent a house next door and have parties every night.

They also tried to commemorate the teenagers. However, their neighbors did not want to hear. Finally, it happened "war" among them, gang.

4. Accepted (2006)

At number 4, there is Jaka's favorite juvenile delinquency comedy film entitled Accepted. This film stars Justin Long and Blake Lively.

Tells about a high school graduate who is not accepted in any campus. In order not to disappoint his parents, he and his friends created a fictional campus.

However, the problem came when other children who were not accepted into college joined in registering as students at the fictional campus.

5. Superbad (2007)

Superbad is a teen comedy film that was released in 2007 ago. This film stars Michael Cera and Jonah Hill.

This film tells the story of a pair of geeky high school students who are not popular. Before graduating, they were determined to join the party with their friends to be considered slang.

The script for this film was written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg based on their own experiences when they were in 3rd grade of high school in Canada.

6. Virgin (2004)

If Jaka had already discussed Hollywood films, now is the time for Indonesian films, gang. Virgin is the highest-grossing film in 2004 and received 8 nominations at the 2005 FFI event.

Tells the story of 3 teenage girls who are bored with their ordinary life and decide to plunge into the nightlife.

Those whose lives were a mess later regretted their decision. In fact, the friendship between the three was on the verge of collapse.

7. Single (2006)

Unlike Virgin, which tells the story from the point of view of young women, single instead tells the story of the delinquency of 4 teenage boys.

Based on the best selling novel by Aditya MulyaThis film focuses on the story of Agus, Doni, Bimo and Olip who are looking for the meaning of love.

Their life is not far from juvenile delinquency. Starting from drugs, to free sex. Even so, this film has a pretty good moral message, you know.

Thus Jaka's article about 7 films with the theme of juvenile delinquency. The seven films have a pretty good story even though there are many things that you shouldn't copy.

See you again in other Jaka's interesting articles. Don't forget to leave a trail in the form of comments in the available column, gang.

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