By (Axel Metz)

The internet is going crazy for Do Revenge right now. At the time of writing, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s coming-of-age comedy is the second-biggest movie on Netflix, and an altogether larger topic of conversation in various quarters of social media. 

Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train, the film follows two students from wildly different social circles, Drea (Camila Mendes) and Eleanor (Maya Hawke), who form an unlikely alliance in a bid to take sweet revenge on the bullies who have ruined their lives. 

We described Do Revenge as “Mean Girls for the Gen-Z crowd” in our review, and below, we’ve rounded up five more twisted teen dramas – many of which serve as direct inspirations for the new Netflix movie – to help you scratch that noughties itch just a little bit more. 

Mean Girls (2004)

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Let’s kick off with the obvious. If you enjoyed Do Revenge for its references to mid-noughties sleepover classics, then you’ve almost definitely already seen 2004’s Mean Girls – but hey, we couldn’t not include it on a list of similar movies, could we?

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