1. Just Go With It (2011)
This will require Danny’s faithful assistant, Katherine (Jennifer Aniston) posing as Danny’s upcoming ex-wife. To avoid being found out, Danny has to pretend to be married to Palmer (Brooklyn Decker), the most beautiful woman in the world, by pretending to be married. When a man is desperate to keep the woman he loves, he’ll tell any lie to keep her happy…
2. Made Of Honor (2008)
For ten years, the plot of Made of Honor has focused on platonic friends Tom and Hannah. He’s a casual dater, whereas she’s been looking for Mr. Right her entire life and still hasn’t found him. Hannah’s engagement comes just as Tom is beginning to believe that he is relationship material after all. In order to try and stop the wedding and win her over, he reluctantly accepts her request for him to be her “maid of honor.”
3. 50 First Dates (2004)
There are no rules in Henry Roth’s Hawaiian paradise, and he is surrounded by an endless supply of beautiful women. Before he met Lucy Whitmore, this was the case. Henry and Lucy enjoy each other’s company and believe that a serious relationship is developing between them. Henry is perplexed when he approaches Lucy the following day and… Lucy has no idea who he is. When Henry realizes Lucy has short-term memory loss and can’t recall every single day, he freaks out. Henry isn’t going to let this get in the way of his love for her, and he intends to do so every day.
4. Blue Crush (2002)
Only Anne Marie’s board can separate them. When she’s not surfing with her sister and roommates in their beach shack, she can be found rising at the crack of dawn to catch the first set of waves in preparation for the upcoming Pipe Masters competition. After moving to Hawaii on her own, Anne Marie finds everything she needs in the high-octane surf scene… until she meets NFL quarterback Matt Tollman. Whether she likes it or not, Anne Marie begins to lose and regain her equilibrium as she falls for Matt.
5. Valentine’s Day (2010)
More than a dozen Angelenos spend the entire day of Valentine’s Day together, from dawn to dusk. Three couples wake up in the same bed, but their relationships are doomed to fail. Two high school seniors want to have lunchtime sex; a grade-school boy wants flowers for his first true love; a TV sports r… reporter is tasked with finding love in Los Angeles; a star quarterback muses about his future; two strangers meet on a plane; long-married grandparents confront a crisis; and the lonely are invited to a “I Hate Valentine’s Day” dinner. How much time does Cupid have left?
6. Meet The Parents (2000)
A Jewish male nurse intends to propose marriage to his roommate. However, he finds out that her stern father expects him to ask for his daughter’s hand first before she will accept. And so it begins with a trip to see Mom and Dad, who turn out to be former CIA agents who have a lie detector in the basement. Unexpectedly, a sister of mine has also announced her engagement to a young physician. The disappearance of Dad’s cherished Himalayan cat, Jinxie, is just the latest example of everything going wrong.
7. Waitress (2007)
Jenna is a dissatisfied wife who is saving money in the hopes of winning a pie-baking competition and using the winnings to leave her husband Earl. Her plans go awry when she learns she’s pregnant. Tole…rates her bitter boss Cal, is friends with Dawn and Becky (her fellow waitresses), and finds a mutual attraction with the new doctor in town, she bakes phenomenal pies at Joe’d diner, listens to old Joe’s wisdom, and tole…rates his wisdom. As the pregnancy progresses, life with Earl becomes more intolerable, a way out becomes less apparent, and the doctor’s affair becomes complicated by his marriage. Where does a waitress stand in terms of career options?
8. I Killed My Mother (2009)
A haughty Hubert looks down on his mother, only seeing her tacky sweaters and kitsch decorations, with contempt. In addition to these vexing surface details, his parents’ cherished manipulative and guilt-inducing mechanisms are also present. While befuddled by the love/hate relationship that consumes him, Hubert explores the myriad mysteries of growing up, including artistic discoveries, illicit experiences, friendship openings, and social ostracism. There is a compelling mix of savage rage and melting affection in the mother-son relationship as it unfolds. Xavier Dolan, a 20-year-old actor, makes his feature film directorial debut with this stunning semi-autobiographical film.
9. Cyrus (2010)
When John’s social life comes to a grinding halt due to his ex-impending wife’s remarriage, he meets the woman of his dreams, only to learn that she is already married to another man – her son. Seven years after his marriage ended in divorce, John is still single and has all but given up on love. However, John reluctantly agrees to attend a party with Jamie and Tim’s fiancé on the insistence of his ex-wife and best friend Jamie.
For the first time in his life, he meets someone, and it is the stunning and vivacious Molly. Their chemistry is palpable from the first moment they meet. The romance blossoms quickly, but Molly seems apprehensive about taking things further than John’s house. Confused, he decides to investigate further and finds out who Molly’s other man is: her son Cyrus. New age musician Cyrus, 21, is his mother’s best friend and they have an unusual relationship.
Cyrus is his mother’s best friend. Cyrus will stop at nothing to keep Molly safe, and he has no intention of sharing her with anyone, least of all John. Both men are infatuated with the same woman before long, and it appears that only one of them will be left standing at the end of it.
10. No Strings Attached (2011)
Adam and Emma have crossed paths on a few occasions in the 15 years since summer camp. When he learns that his ex-girlfriend is now living with his father, he gets drunk, calls all the women on his contact list, and passes out naked in her living room. She’s a medical resident in Los Angeles by this point, and he’s a gopher on a TV show similar to “Glee” who wants to be a writer. In the few minutes she has before heading to the hospital, she asks if he wants a no-obligation, sex-only relationship without romance or complications because she is guarding her emotions (calling her father’s funeral “a thing”). Is this a guide to having a good time or heading for disaster?
11. The Spectacular Now (2013)
Sutter Keely is fully immersed in the present moment at all times. In his opinion, it’s a great location for him. Being the life of the party as a high school junior, he enjoys his job at a men’s clothing store and has no plans for the future. He is charming and self-confident. His whiskey-fortified thirst-master…cup is never far from his side as a budding alcoholic.
When Sutter finds out that his girlfriend has dumped him, he gets drunk and ends up on the lawn, where he is watched by Aimee Finecky. That “nice girl” who enjoys science fiction but doesn’t have a boyfriend stands out from the crowd. While Aimee has visions of the future, Sutter is engrossed in the spectacular illusion of the here and now. Despite this, the two are compelled to meet and fall in love.
12. Bad Teacher (2011)
Elizabeth Halsey, a gold digger, returns to teaching middle school after her wealthy fiance dumps her. She’s a terrible teacher, but she needs the money to pay for breast-implant surgery. As soon as Scott, a new teacher, reveals his wealth, she changes her demeanor. She also stops showing films and sleeping in class when she learns there’s a bonus for the teacher whose class performs best on the state exam.
Amy, the upbeat and tightly wound competitor for Scott’s attention, is in it for the prize money as well. When Amy discovers that Elizabeth has cheated her way into Scott’s bed and the money, she goes on the hunt to find out what she knows. Her sole talent appears to be being honest with students. She does not pay attention to her gym teacher, Russell, who is being amusing. Will she be able to get pregnant with Scott and get new breasts as a result?
13. Monster-in-law (2005)
Kevin Fields, the man of Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Cantilini’s dreams, turns out to be the man of her nightmares when she meets his mother, Viola. As a recently fired news anchor, Viola… decides to scare away her son’s new fiancé by becoming the world’s worst mother-in-law in order to avoid losing her son. There is a battle raging between Charlie and Viola’s long-time assistant Ruby as to who is the alpha-female. Charlie decides to fight back, and the gloves come off.
14. Weird Science (1985)
Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, two nerdy teenagers trying to fit in, fall flat on their faces. Their need to be liked drives them to use their computer to “create” a woman. Lisa, a stunning woman, is their living and breathing creation. Lisa’s purpose is to boost Gary and Wyatt’s confidence levels by placing them in situations that force them to act like men. They run into a slew of amusing roadblocks on their quest to be accepted, which lends the film an overall sense of silliness.
15. Along Came Polly (2004)
During their honeymoon, Reuben Feffer discovers that the woman he thought he’d found was having an affair with a scuba instructor. Reuben returns to his hometown to reclaim his life. Reuben runs into an old friend, Polly Prince, while out with Sandy Lyle, his best friend from high school. They hit it off immediately. Reuben is smitten from the start and is desperate to win her affection. That being said, Reuben will find it difficult, given that he spends his days calculating risks and that someone unexpected shows up as a result of his efforts.
16. Bride Wars (2009)
A lawyer named Liv lives in Manhattan with a schoolteacher named Emma, with whom she has been friends since they were young. The two women are engaged on the same day, and the famous Marion St. Claire is hired to plan their wedding parties at the Plaza Hotel. Due to a blunder made by Marion, their nuptials have been set for the same day. No one is willing to agree to a new date, so they start plotting to ruin the rival’s wedding.
17. A Man Called Ove (2015)
In spite of being ousted as president of the condominium association several years prior, 59-year-old Ove remains a grumpy figure in the neighborhood, ruling with an iron fist. It turns out to be an unexpected friendship when pregnant Parvaneh and her family move into the horr…aced house opposite and accidentally back into Ove’s mailbox. Unexpected Friendship, Love, and Surrounding Yourself with the Proper Tools is a Drama Comedy.
18. Sideways (2004)
Before his friend Jack gets married, best man Miles takes the future groom to wine country for a week of fun, relaxation, and – obviously – wine consumption. Miles, the oenophile, tries his best to impart his knowledge of great wine to Jack. After meeting the lovely Stephanie at one of the vineyards, all Jack wants to do is drink and have a good time. Miles is a downer, a high school English teacher who secretly yearns to be a published author. He’s still reeling from his wife divorcing him and then remarrying, and now he’s waiting impatiently to hear from a publisher about his manuscript. It appears that all hope of rekindling his romance with Stephanie’s friend Maya is lost when Miles accidentally spills the beans about Jack’s impending nuptials.
19. Doc Hollywood (1991)
Benjamin Stone, a young plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, is on his way to Los Angeles to accept a new job offer. Trying to get away from a traffic jam, he takes a detour off the highway, but he gets turned around and crashes into a fence in Grady. This man will serve 32 hours of community service at the local hospital after he is sentenced to prison. All he wants to do is serve his time and get out of Dodge, but as the community warms up to the new doctor, he finds himself drawn to Lou, the attractive ambulance driver. Is there any chance he’ll leave?
20. The Loft (2014)
Vincent Stevens, an architect, is married to Chris Vanowen, a psychiatrist, and his half-brother Philip Trauner, a real estate agent. To share one of the amazing penthous…e…lofts, Vincent has designed a brand new building. Instead of worrying about hotel fees showing up on their credit cards, they could spend time with other women. A beautiful woman’s body is found cuffed in the loft, and the friends argue over who is to blame. As a result, secrets are revealed that threaten their friendship.
21. The Perfect Man (2005)
Every time her single mother Jean has a personal meltdown involving yet another second-rate guy, Holly Hamilton, a teenager, gets fed up with constantly having to move. Holly devises a brilliant scheme to divert attention away from her mother’s latest blunder: a fictitious secret admirer who will woo Jean and boost her shaky self-esteem. The virtual relationship takes off and Holly is forced to produce the suitor, using her charming and handsome Uncle Ben as the face behind the e-mails, notes and gifts. Holly Keeping the scam going and safeguarding her mother’s newfound happiness forces Holly to take increasingly desperate measures, and she nearly misses the real perfect man when he does show up.
22. The Duchess (2008)
After marrying the Duke of Devonshire in 1774, Georgiana Spencer rose to prominence as the Duchess of Devonshire during the height of the Georgian era’s fashion, decadence, and political upheaval. It didn’t take long for her marriage to be derided as a failure due to the Duke’s infidelity and callous disregard for his wife. Her husband uses his power to betray her and the three of them end up living in unhappiness together after she befriends Lady Bess. Georgiana falls passionately in love with Charles Grey, a rising young Whig politician, despite the pressures of an unfaithful husband, strict social pressures, and constant public scrutiny. Despite this, the Duke refuses to allow Lady Bess to continue their relationship and threatens to take her children away if she does.
23. Shall We Dance? (2004)
John Clark, a Chicago estate lawyer in his forties, practices law in the Windy City. Even though he adores his family, which includes his wife Beverly, he feels unfulfilled due to their hectic schedules and the fact that they’ve become stuck in a rut after two decades of marriage. It’s the same young…beautiful contemplative woman staring out of Miss Mitzi’s Dance Studio’s window every night on his way home from work. He’s taken in by her beauty and sadness, so he decides to stop in on his way home one evening. One of the instructors is Paulina, a former world-class ballroom dancer who is now one of the instructors. Because of her, he enrolls in beginner group dance lessons with Miss Mitzi instead of Paulina, despite the fact that she is the one teaching them.
After a while in Miss Mitzi’s, John finds himself drawn into the lives of the other students, including overweight Vern, who wants to learn to dance for his upcoming wedding, and chic (who wants to impress the ladies), as well as opinionated and brazen Bobbie (looking for a dance partner), and a mysterious newcomer who just wants to reveal his true self to the world while wearing a mask. John comes to the spoken realization of what he was looking for when he first saw Paulina in the window as she slowly allows herself into their lives despite her vow not to fraternize with them.
24. Mr. Woodcock (2007)
Childhood trauma for fatherless John Farley was the constant humiliation and abuse he endured in sadistic Jasper Woodcock’s gym class, as it was for many of his classmates in his Nebraska small town. Doting son John, now a best-selling motivational author, returns to his hometown during a book signing tour to receive the town’s highest honor after graduating from college. He finds out his mother-in-law plans to marry the dreaded coach and has him celebrated at the same event as her son John, to his horror. When it comes to helping Farley stop Woodcock, the only people who will put forth any effort are obnoxious fatso Nedderman and his strange brother.