The anxiety and perils of the high school experience have provided fertile ground for movie-makers over the years. Whether it's comedic, such as "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," or the drama of a film like "Dead Poet's Society," it's not hard to find a film that speaks to you directly.
But which film should be considered first in its class? You decide in our best of the high school films bracket. We're down to two iconic films as "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" squares off "The Breakfast Club." One is a comedic farce about a kid's outrageous attempt to skip a day of school, the other a examination of five high school students from different walks of life enduring a Saturday detention under a power-hungry principal.
Which is the top high school-themed film ever? Make your selection below. Voting ends Friday July 28.