"That Awkward Moment," a romantic comedy with Miles Teller, Zac Effron and Michael B. Jordan, is a highly recommended film for teen girls released in 2014. Based on the "Vampire Academy Book" series, "Vampire Academy," about a guardian in training who tries to protect good from evil, is another 2014 suggested book for teenage girls.
Other movies released in 2014 that are well-liked among teenage girls include "Divergent," "Veronica Mars," "A Haunted House 2" and "Maleficent." The movie "The Fault in Our Stars," starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, is also a hit among this demographic. Other movies from this time that are worth noting based on ratings are "22 Jump Street," "Jupiter Ascending," "The Giver" and "If I Stay."
Based on a young adult novel, "If I Stay" is about a 17 year-old girl who is involved in a car accident and ends up in a coma. She must make a decision to either give up or continue fighting for a less than perfect life as she watches her friends and family visit her in the hospital.
"The Giver" is also based on a young adult novel, and features Brenton Thwaites who plays a 12 year-old boy who becomes disenchanted with a seemingly Utopian society set in the future.