Our second movie for graduation week is Cameron Crowe's Say Anything, one of the best teen romances ever made and the movie that gave us John Cusack in his iconic role as Lloyd Dobler, the boyfriend every girl wants in her life. Charming rambler Lloyd is in love with Diane (Ione Skye) the class brain, but can't get up the nerve to ask her out until after graduation, when they only have the summer together before she goes off to college in England. The sensitivity of relationships is everything in this movie, and it never hits any note that's crass or overly sentimental, just total perfection all the way through. A lot of movies have tried to copy it without succeeding (most recently The Spectacular Now, which was a pale imitation) and that's why this one is still the movie to beat when it comes to portraying the real feelings of teenagers and the heartbreaking anxieties of first love. It's one of the great ones.