ByDaniel Pearson, writer at

Reuniting with old friends and colleagues can be pretty strange. All those misty-eyed hugs and handshakes, the long-standing simmering feuds, the people you'd so utterly forgotten about that you mistake them for a member of the catering team. We've all been there.

But when it all gets too much for us as we're hiding in the corner sobbing into a big bowl of punch, we can at least be thankful that the glare of the camera won't be shining upon us.

Luckily for us, though, Hollywood movie stars aren't afforded this luxury, which means we can ogle at reunion photos to our heart's content: Enjoy!

Mean Girls

Mean Girls was way smarter than your average teen comedy.

Its brutally honest portrayal about the pecking orders amongst teenage girls was terrifyingly hilarious; and the performances of Lindsay Lohan, Jonathan Bennett, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, and Amanda Seyfried were simply outstanding!

Here's the photo from the reunion:

Back to the Future

Back to the Future is the perfect flag bearer for '80s cinema. It's a classic in every sense of the word.

Unfortunately, the human race couldn't quite live up to the film's representation of the year 2015 (where's my flying car, goddamit?) but it has easily stood the test of time, cinematically.

Here's the photo from the reunion:


Just look at those suits (above) from the 1983 cult film Scarface. While the cast don't look quite so spritely anymore, they still look equally as cool!

Here's the photo from the reunion:

Napoleon Dynamite

Unbelievably, It's been 11 years since we first fell in love with Napoleon and rushed out to by "Vote for Pedro" t-shirts.

It's a slow burner, but after the second and third watch you soon realize it's the quite possibly the most quotable comedy ever made.

"Do the chickens have large talons?"

Here's the photo from the reunion:


The Mighty Ducks

Mighty Ducks was the first film that made me really appreciate sports movies.

The story follows Gordon Bombay, played by Emilio Estevez, who gets arrested for drunk driving and is ordered to coach a kids hockey team for his community service. Reluctantly, he grows to appreciate his team and leads them to the final showdown with Reilly's tough players.

That was in 1992, now the kids have all grown up!

Here's the photo from the reunion:


With its infectious blend of comedy, goofy special effects, and excellent Bill Murray, Ghostbusters was not just an overnight success, but a lasting one, too!

"Who ya gonna call?"



Which reunion photo is the cutest?


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