10 movies similar to “Tear Off”

In the “Razor” shows a fascinating story that happened in the life of Poppy Moore.

One day, her father got tired of the antics of the young rebel, and sent her to an English school for girls so that she could learn discipline and manners there. Similar plots are often found among youth comedies and melodramas, so we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the list of films similar to Otorva.

What do you think, is it worth filming a sequel, and what should be in it?
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Shrew girl (2007)

The father of 18-year-old Adela plans to run for mayor of Mexico City. The only thing that worries the politician is the daughter’s eccentricity, which can cause serious damage to his reputation. Recently, she has done several tattoos, piercings and even got arrested for misbehavior. Realizing that the situation needs to be corrected, he sends the shrew to the Academy for Young Ladies.

First of all, the film is similar to “Otorva” (2008) in that the girl ends up in a special school not of her own free will, but at the behest of her father. She, too, is waiting for a confrontation with the headmistress and a rethinking of past values.

Original title:
Niñas Mal

Cast:
Martha Higareda, Blanca Guerra, Camila Sodi

Country:
Mexico

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.3, IMDb – 5.3

Age limit:
16+

Pitch Perfect (2012)

Beka Mitchell became a student at Barden University. This circumstance does not please her very much, since she came here at the behest of her father. Beka herself wanted something completely different: to have fun in Los Angeles and work on cool music, and not to vegetate in her student room. Unexpectedly, Mitchell takes an interest in a local group of a cappella singers.

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Like Poppy, Beka ended up in this educational institution at the request of her father, subsequently discovering many new hobbies and making friends.

Original title:
Pitch Perfect

Cast:
Anna Kendrick, Skylar Astin, Rebel Wilson

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.2, IMDb – 7.2

Age limit:
12+

Prince Charming (2011)

Dylan Shounfield is a narcissistic beauty who is used to someone else’s attention. Josh Rosen is a modest guy who is fond of the world of cinema. One day, the girl drops her bag into the fountain and begs Rosen, who happened to be nearby, to get it. Appreciative of the favor, Dylan agrees to take part in the filming of his documentary project.

In certain episodes, the film is similar to “Razor”. Each story is about a narcissistic person who suddenly opens up differently under the influence of a new environment.

Original title:
Geek Charming

Starring :
Sarah Hyland, Matt Prokop, Sasha Pieterse

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.1, IMDb – 6.4

Age limit:
6+

Classmates (2007)

St. Trinian’s College is similar in many ways to other women’s boarding houses, but in fact it is not quite typical. Those who could not get along with the staff in other schools study here. The timid Annabelle becomes the next pupil of the institution. At the same time, naughty students with a secret attachment to the boarding house try to keep it from going bankrupt.

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The main similarity of the films is that the action takes place in a women’s boarding house. The main character is similarly waiting for an unusual atmosphere, finding close friends and rethinking the past.

original name :
St. Trinian’s

Starring :
Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Lena Headey

Country:
United Kingdom

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.4, IMDb – 5.8

Age limit:
16+

Cindy White (2007)

When Sydney White was nine years old, her mother died. The heroine’s father worked as a plumber, and she had to grow up among the builders, getting a lot of “non-female” skills. After graduating from high school, she enters the university, hoping to become a member of the Kappa Phi Nu community, which her mother once founded. The president of the club turns out to be an eccentric student Rachel, who wished to get rid of Cindy after learning that she had a sympathy for her ex-boyfriend Tyler. White is forced to leave the community and join a company of outcast rebels.

The film is similar to “Bastard” in that Sidney, like Poppy, moves to a new school and faces a tense confrontation with another student. It looks like the beginning of the development of a love line is also shown.

Original title:
Sydney White

Cast:
Amanda Bynes, Sarah Paxton, Matt Long

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.5, IMDb – 6.2

Age limit:
16+

Prada and feelings (2011)

Mary and Nora grew up in the wealthy Beverly Hills area, but after the sudden death of their father, they are forced to move in with their aunt in a poor area of ​​​​Los Angeles. Life here is not like what they are used to: they have to forget about servants, parties and regular shopping. Realizing that a relative will not be able to support them, the girls are forced to look for work.

Like the heroine of “Tearoff”, Nora and Mary have to change dramatically, forgetting about entertainment and other joys of a glamorous life.

Original title:
From Prada to Nada

Cast:
Camilla Belle, Alexa PenaVega, Tina French

Country:
Mexico, USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.2, IMDb – 5.5

Age limit:
16+

Prank Conspiracy (1998)

Once in the school for girls, Audie Sinclair thought that she definitely looked like a prison with a strict regime and guards. Over time, she begins to bond with the residents of the boarding house, and soon realizes that sometimes it can also be fun here. Suddenly it becomes known that the school management is planning to merge with a similar institution for boys. The students decide to cancel the event.

Fans of movies like The Wild Ones will probably love the story of El, who ended up in an all-girls school against her will and changed her routine in many ways.

Original title:
Strike!

Cast:
Kirsten Dunst, Gaby Hoffmann, Lynn Redgrave

Country:
Italy, Canada, USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.2, IMDb – 6.7

Age limit:
16+

Confrontation (2008)

A school in wealthy Westescher County. For a long time there has been a Fine Committee, headed by several spectacular persons who have taken care of diets, shopping and various events. One day, a new student appears in the institution, recently arrived from Florida – Claire. She’s definitely not qualified to be a member of the Fine Committee, but she needs to get there.

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Claire, like the heroine of “Razor”, ended up in a school in which she was very uncomfortable at first. Realizing that there is no other choice, she tries to adapt to change.

Original title:
The Clique

Starring :
Elizabeth McLaughlin, Ellen Marlowe, Sophie Anna Everhard

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 5.7, IMDb – 5.1

Age limit:
16+

A student of easy virtue (2010)

Olive devotes a lot of time to studying, and, to her chagrin, almost no interest in the opposite sex. A friend invites her to spend a joint weekend with her family, but, wanting to avoid this, the heroine comes up with the idea that she needs to go on a date. After the weekend, a classmate asks Olive how it all went, and she, wanting to give her fiction credibility, admits that she has lost her innocence.

In both films, the main action takes place in an educational institution. Each of the heroines is different from most of the other students in many ways and faces rivalry.

Original title:
Easy A

Cast:
Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.9, IMDb – 7.1

Age limit:
16+

Legally Blonde (2001)

Elle Woods is a charming blonde, and the first beauty in college. Shortly before her engagement, she is abandoned by her beloved Warner, who plans to enter Harvard and dreams of becoming a senator in the future. By the standards of his family, Elle falls short of the standards of a politician’s wife. Desperate, the girl makes every effort to also become a Harvard student and prove to Warner that he was wrong.

The famous comedy about a blonde who finds herself in an atypical place closes the top ten films like Otorva. With her eccentricity, she differs from other students, but gradually gains a circle of friends.

Original title:
Legally Blonde

Cast:
Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.7, IMDb – 6.2

Age limit:
12+

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