This is a list of movie recommendations of movies similar to 16-Love. Bear in mind that this list is in no particular order.
Career-driven single woman Kate Mosley (Jennifer Aniston) is trying to get ahead in her advertising job and discovers that her boss is more inclined to promote married people. When her friend Darcy (Illeana Douglas) suggests that she use a photo of an acquaintance as proof of a fake fiancé, the deception seems to work, and Kate gets promoted. However, when her boss wants to meet Kate’s husband-to-be, she has to track down the guy, Nick (Jay Mohr), and talk him into playing along with the ruse.
Desperate to keep her job, an employee (Lindsay Lohan) at a publishing company pretends to be pregnant.
According to a high school’s lore, the “Dirty Deeds” are a daunting list of dares almost no student has ever completed. To win the student body’s respect and get noticed by his crush, Meg (Lacey Chabert), senior Zach (Milo Ventimiglia) is determined to finish the list in the allotted 24-hour time period. As the school’s bullying jocks try to thwart him at every turn, Zach embarks on a wild journey, highlighted by beer swilling, grand theft auto and the snagging of an ex-homecoming queen’s bra.
Priya (Shriya Saran), who lives in India but is infatuated with American culture, works at a credit card call-center. When she calls San Franciscan Granger Woodruff (Jesse Metcalfe), a romantic connection takes place, despite her engagement and Granger’s girlfriend. The chemistry they feel prompts Priya to hop on a plan to California, but unforeseen obstacles will jeopardize the blossoming relationship.
While adjusting to her new stepfamily, a girl (Zendaya) finds a smartphone app that magically allows her to control boys.
A teenager (Jason Dolley) becomes a big hit when he dons a chicken suit to become a high-school mascot.
A teen (Cassie Scerbo) returns from heaven to let an unpopular girl (Lindsey Shaw) become the prom queen.
Kicked out of high school, a prankster (Cameron Dallas) hatches a plan with his brother (Marcus Johns) and some friends to convince his parents that he is a good student.
A schoolgirl’s (Kay Panabaker) private journal becomes a best-seller after she accidentally hands it in as a homework assignment.
Ryan and Jennifer are opposites who definitely do not attract. At least that’s what they always believed. When they met as twelve-year-olds, they disliked one another. When they met again as teenagers, they loathed each other. But when they meet in college, the uptight Ryan and the free-spirited Jennifer find that their differences bind them together and a rare friendship develops.