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It’s a trend that seems to be gaining steam lately, but it certainly isn’t anything new.

It got me thinking, though, so I made this list of Top 10 Hot Girl – Nerdy Guy Movies.

Even though the movie starts out following the “hot girl nerdy guy” template, it ends up being more than that as revelations about school-focused hot chick Diane (Ione Skye) come out when she’s least expecting it, and no-future Lloyd turns out to be there for her.

One of the best films on this list (and Cameron Crowe’s directorial debut), it only ranks this low because Cusack’s “nerd” is the coolest thing about the picture. Can’t Buy Me Love (1987) Ronald Miller and Cindy Mancini A popular cheerleader (Amanda Peterson) pretends to be the girlfriend of a nerd (Patrick Dempsey) for a month in exchange for the

It’s a trend that seems to be gaining steam lately, but it certainly isn’t anything new.It got me thinking, though, so I made this list of Top 10 Hot Girl – Nerdy Guy Movies.

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It’s a trend that seems to be gaining steam lately, but it certainly isn’t anything new.

It got me thinking, though, so I made this list of Top 10 Hot Girl – Nerdy Guy Movies.

Even though the movie starts out following the “hot girl nerdy guy” template, it ends up being more than that as revelations about school-focused hot chick Diane (Ione Skye) come out when she’s least expecting it, and no-future Lloyd turns out to be there for her.

One of the best films on this list (and Cameron Crowe’s directorial debut), it only ranks this low because Cusack’s “nerd” is the coolest thing about the picture. Can’t Buy Me Love (1987) Ronald Miller and Cindy Mancini A popular cheerleader (Amanda Peterson) pretends to be the girlfriend of a nerd (Patrick Dempsey) for a month in exchange for the $1,000 she needs to replace an outfit of her mother’s that she damaged.

A ne’r-do-well dirty mutt named Tramp saves Lady from a group of street dogs and the two start an unlikely romance together. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) Stacy Hamilton and Mark ‘Rat’ Ratner After getting tons of advice from popular hot girl and mentor Linda (played by Phoebe Cates), budding babe-in-training Stacy Hamilton (Jennifer Jason Leigh) goes the opposite way and starts falling for the usher at the mall movie theater, a mousy little nerd nicknamed ‘Rat’ (Brian Backer).

Tramp, who scrounges day by day for food on the street, shows Lady the ropes of living footloose and collar-free and romances her with a dinner by candlelight that contains the film’s most iconic moment: The two each eat one end of a spaghetti noodle and eventually meet in the middle. Of course, she takes a minor detour into creep territory during one fateful afternoon in the pool-house with the school’s slick ticket broker Mike Damone (Robert Romanus), but that just serves to bring her closer to the thoughtful and sensitive Rat—even if he did put on Led Zeppelin in the car to try to ‘seduce’ her. There’s Something About Mary (1998) Mary and Ted, Healy, Tucker, and Woogie All of these movies—and romantic comedies in general, really—are about wish fulfillment.

After a drunken night where the pair tell each other “I love you” in a brotherly way (but with a tinge of homo-eroticism that’s so common in buddy comedies), they end up at the mall with the two hot girls they were pursuing the whole time! Revenge of the Nerds (1984) Lewis Skolnick and Betty Childs So—disguising yourself in the Darth Vader costume of the popular guy to have sex with his hot girlfriend under false pretenses is a sleazy, if not probably illegal move, but having seen the amount of crap heaped upon the nerds of Lambda Lambda Lambda by the jocks of Alpha Beta, you might forgive horn-rimmed nerd stereotype Lewis Skolnick (Robert Carradine). The nerds get their revenge on the cruel popular kids by placing hidden cameras in the sorority and Liquid Heat in the jockstraps of the Betas, but it’s the inspiring rhetoric of Lewis that pushes the women of Pi Delta Pi to their side by the end of the film. Weird Science (1985) Gary and Deb, Wyatt and Hilly It takes a whole lot of teenage sci-fi craziness to get to the improbable hookup at the end of “Weird Science,” but uber-nerds Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) end up stealing super-hot 80s girls Deb and Hilly away from their bullying boyfriends Ian (Robert Downey, Jr.) and Max (Robert Rusler) anyway.

How do they get over their fear of talking and interacting with women? If Cameron Diaz’s Mary was the ultimate fantasy girl, then hot chick Kelly Le Brock’s Lisa one-ups her only by the sheer will of her creators, who wore bras on their heads and imbued her with the body of a fashion model, the brains of Albert Einstein, and superpowers.

,000 she needs to replace an outfit of her mother’s that she damaged.

A ne’r-do-well dirty mutt named Tramp saves Lady from a group of street dogs and the two start an unlikely romance together. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) Stacy Hamilton and Mark ‘Rat’ Ratner After getting tons of advice from popular hot girl and mentor Linda (played by Phoebe Cates), budding babe-in-training Stacy Hamilton (Jennifer Jason Leigh) goes the opposite way and starts falling for the usher at the mall movie theater, a mousy little nerd nicknamed ‘Rat’ (Brian Backer).

Tramp, who scrounges day by day for food on the street, shows Lady the ropes of living footloose and collar-free and romances her with a dinner by candlelight that contains the film’s most iconic moment: The two each eat one end of a spaghetti noodle and eventually meet in the middle. Of course, she takes a minor detour into creep territory during one fateful afternoon in the pool-house with the school’s slick ticket broker Mike Damone (Robert Romanus), but that just serves to bring her closer to the thoughtful and sensitive Rat—even if he did put on Led Zeppelin in the car to try to ‘seduce’ her. There’s Something About Mary (1998) Mary and Ted, Healy, Tucker, and Woogie All of these movies—and romantic comedies in general, really—are about wish fulfillment.

After a drunken night where the pair tell each other “I love you” in a brotherly way (but with a tinge of homo-eroticism that’s so common in buddy comedies), they end up at the mall with the two hot girls they were pursuing the whole time! Revenge of the Nerds (1984) Lewis Skolnick and Betty Childs So—disguising yourself in the Darth Vader costume of the popular guy to have sex with his hot girlfriend under false pretenses is a sleazy, if not probably illegal move, but having seen the amount of crap heaped upon the nerds of Lambda Lambda Lambda by the jocks of Alpha Beta, you might forgive horn-rimmed nerd stereotype Lewis Skolnick (Robert Carradine). The nerds get their revenge on the cruel popular kids by placing hidden cameras in the sorority and Liquid Heat in the jockstraps of the Betas, but it’s the inspiring rhetoric of Lewis that pushes the women of Pi Delta Pi to their side by the end of the film. Weird Science (1985) Gary and Deb, Wyatt and Hilly It takes a whole lot of teenage sci-fi craziness to get to the improbable hookup at the end of “Weird Science,” but uber-nerds Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) end up stealing super-hot 80s girls Deb and Hilly away from their bullying boyfriends Ian (Robert Downey, Jr.) and Max (Robert Rusler) anyway.

How do they get over their fear of talking and interacting with women? If Cameron Diaz’s Mary was the ultimate fantasy girl, then hot chick Kelly Le Brock’s Lisa one-ups her only by the sheer will of her creators, who wore bras on their heads and imbued her with the body of a fashion model, the brains of Albert Einstein, and superpowers.

When he decides to pursue the class valedictorian on the last day of high school, nobody thinks he stands a chance (even though the girls secretly know how adorable he is).

Rogen, a dope-smoker living off money from an injury while trying to start a celebrity nude website with his roomies, hooks up with Katherine Heigl, a beautiful career-minded woman who has just been given a job as an on-air personality for E! The setup alone is rife with commentary about what Hollywood considers beautiful and the story unfolds with surprising care and precision, as Ben learns to grow up and Alison tries valiantly to force love into the equation.

Apatow’s film is widely credited with starting today’s modern fascination with the nerdy guy-hot girl movie, but it’s better than that.

A subplot between married couple Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann shows Ben and Alison that building a life together is not always roses, and after the requisite romantic comedy break-up, the two get back together to try it again.

“Knocked Up” is number one because of its influence—good or bad—and because it follows the exact premise of the Top 10 to a “T” and follows it through, achieving something that’s more than just surface value.

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