10 Best Lindsay Lohan Movies You Must See

The controversy-queen Lindsay Lohan started her career as a Disney actress in The Parent Trap (1998). Alongside several hit singles like Rumors, Over, and That Girl, she flocked to movies and proved her penchant for teenage drama and chick-flicks. Sadly the Bronx actress like many her age got into drugs and couldn’t manage to get out. The pressure became too much, and after many rehabs, her career took a dive for the worst. However, remembering the good times, we present to you the list of top 10 movies of Lindsay Lohan you can watch instead of something else. Cheers.

10. The Canyons (2013)

Well, how have the mighty fallen? After a struggle with drug abuse and a bout of unsuccessful movies, Lindsay Lohan chose to work in a virtual B-Grade film opposite famous pornstar James Dean in hopes of reviving her career. Sad how these things happen. The plot of the movie goes like this. Christian (James Dean) is an obsessive trust fund kid who learns of an affair between his girlfriend Tara and the lead of his new film. What follows is a poorly constructed but entertaining mixture of love, sex, and betrayal.

9. I Know Who Killed Me (2007)

A serial killer is on the loose in the town of New Salem. When Aubrey a beautiful girl disappears her parents assume the worst and start searching for her dead body. Two weeks after the incident, Aubrey is found gagged and mutilated near the outskirts. On gaining consciousness, she shocks everyone by saying she is Dakota, Aubrey’s identical twin inspite of her mother claiming she has only one child. The plot deepens when Dakota starts seeing visions of Aubrey getting mutilated by the serial killer. Will Dakota, who might or might not be Aubrey, be able to exhume the truth?

8. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004)

Lola is a teenager who thinks that the entire world revolves around her beauty and panache. However, when she moves to a new place alongwith her mother and two younger sisters, the image in her mind shatter like a bad dream. Lola struggles to stay relevant and gets in a dispute with the most popular girl at school. To see her favorite band Sidarthur at work, she travels to New York with her new friend Ella where the both of them get into a lot of trouble.

7. Life-Size (2000)

Disney brings to you yet another feel-good movie starring one of its impending Disney Princesses (who could never be). Lindsay Lohan stars as Casey, a 14-year-old girl who has lost her mother at a young age. To come to terms with her life she needs to use a little Disney magic, and that’s what he does. However, to her dismay, Casie ends up with something else. While resurrecting her mother using a spell book she ends up animating her life-size doll. What will happen when a small girl instead of getting a mother becomes an inadvertent mother herself?

6. Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)

Maggie Payton is a third generation racer whose father and grandfather used to be NASCAR racers. Maggie wants to follow in her father’s footsteps, but her father has other plans for her. Buying a junkyard scrap Volkswagon her father puts an end to her dreams of becoming a racer. Unknown to Maggie and her overprotective father, Herbie the new car has a mind of her own and her own plans for Maggie’s future.

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5. Just My Luck (2006)

Ashley Albright is an extremely lucky woman who works at a successful media agency. Everything about her emanates good luck, and she just can’t do anything wrong. However, when Ashley meets Jake (Chris Pine), a struggling musician with rotten luck their kiss exchanges their fortunes. Comedy ensues when Ashley tries to get her luck back, falling in love with Jake in the process.

4. Georgia Rule (2007)

Georgia, Lily, and Rachel are three generations of crazy. Georgia is a devout Christian who can’t seem to talk about anything but God. Lily is a drunkard and alcoholic on the verge of divorce. And Rachel is a teenager who can do anything to get the attention of the opposite sex. When Rachel goes to her grandmother Georgia’s house for the summer, she divulges a secret which shocks not only her family but also the entire town. Will her family recover from this supposed lie or the truth out itself?

3. Freaky Friday (2003)

Next time you go to a Chinese restaurant be aware because you might end up losing your soul. An overbearing and tired mother Tess and her teenage daughter Anna don’t get along due to the generation gap. One day while arguing they wish that the other could live their life for one day to make them realize what they go through. So begins the Freaky Friday, where their soul exchanges body and each of them has to deal with the difficulties in the other’s life. Watch this freaky pair get down to business in this teenage drama.

 2. Mean Girls (2004)

The title explains it all. With hormones gushing out of every one of their body pores and opposite sex on their minds at all times, teenage is the most testing age of a person’s lifetime. Worse if you’re a girl. Centered on a few favored girls and one who wants to be like them, this is a story of every girl’s life in high school. Love, popularity, betrayal, and a pinch of sexiness mixed according to taste these are the Mean Girls.

1. The Parent Trap (1998)

Hallie and Annie are identical twins separated in childhood due to their parent’s divorce. Not knowing about their past and the existence of their other parent, the two girls live separately with their mother and father respectively. When the two troublemakers meet at summer camp, they vow to unite their parents at any cost. What follows is a funny and sweet gauntlet of two girls trying to make their parents realize that although star-crossed they are made for each other.

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