13 Jailbait Filled Movies Like Thirteen

Thursday, January 19 by Jack Spacefire


(Evan Rachel Wood and Nikki Reed in Thirteen.)

Jailbait teens can only get you into trouble, but that doesn’t stop Hollywood from pushing them on an unsuspecting public. Rest assured, you can watch the thirteen jailbait movies on this list from a safe distance and save yourself a lifetime of shameful family reunions.

1. “Lost & Delirious” (2001)

It’s all about young girls in love at a Canadian boarding school. This indie drama gives has some great love scenes with the voluptuous Piper Perabo and Jessica Pare, while a pre-OC Mischa Barton narrates their coming of age story.

2. “Little Darlings” (1980)

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It’s a girl’s summer camp movie about who can lose her virginity faster. As teen tabloid stars Tatum O’Neal and Kristy McNichol show us tempestuous jailbait behavior over the course of one magical summer of smoking, softball, and short shorts, we’re left to learn important life lessons about…something. Who knows, they were cute.

3. “Freeway” (1996)

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It’s “Little Red Riding Hood” retold as a deliciously twisted modern-day fable involving a serial killer and an illiterate brassy tart played by Reese Witherspoon. One of the best jailbait movies of the 90s, we get an unforgettable jail room make-out scene between Witherspoon and the late Brittany Murphy.

4. “Foxes” (1980)

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The doppleganger teen girl feature of “Little Darlings” has another group of 80s teens from San Fernando Valley lead by Jodie Foster doing what girls do. These valley girls deal with sex, drugs, eating disorders, and who can score with Scott Baio. Noble goals.

5. “Lolita” (1962) & “Lolita” (1997)

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The name and the face that started it all for jailbait everywhere. Based on the Valdimir Nabokov’s controversial novel, the cinema has given us not one but two very well-crafted and equally protested pieces of art house films. The real story of “Lolita” was loosely based upon Charlie Chaplin‘s second marriage to then underage actress, Lita Grey.

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