23 Best Movies Like Why Him That You Will Enjoy Watching Update 05/2024

Movies Like Why Him

1. Why Him? (2016)

Why Him (2016)

A protective but loving father and his family visit their daughter at Stanford for the holidays, where Ned meets the man of his nightmares: her well-meaning but socially awkward millionaire Silicon Valley boyfriend, Mr. Laird. There is a growing rivalry, and when Ned gets lost in this high-tech world and learns that Laird is about to propose, his anxiety levels soar.

2. Neighbors (2014)

With their newborn child, Kelly and Mac are settling down in a quiet neighborhood, when the frat brothers move into the house next door, everything changes. Teddy is the President, and Pete is his right-hand man. When Kelly and Mac introduce themselves as their neighbors, Teddy and Pete immediately accept friendship. Over the course of a few nights in a row, Teddy is constantly pestering Mac to turn down the volume at the fraternity party. In the event that Teddy does not follow through on his promise to keep things quiet, Mac calls the police.

As soon as the police arrive, they place all the blame on Mac, and the conflict begins. Things get hilariously dangerous as the family feuds with the frat brothers, and the fraternity ends up on thin ice with their university. Just as Teddy and Pete are about to give up on them, Mac and Kelly decide to play one final practical joke on them before they’re given their final warning and probation. Things get out of hand quickly when a family and a frat house move in next door. In this comedy, Robert DeNiro parties and Christopher Mintz-Plasse engages in sexual activity in the woods.

3. Duplicity (2009)

Ray is a member of the British intelligence agency MI6, and Claire is a member of the United States government spy agency, CIA. In Dubai, she sets fire to him. Fast forward five years, and he runs into her in Grand Central Station, where they have a confrontation. Both are now employed by multinational corporations whose CEOs are enmity each other in the field of industrial security. Are his memories of her in Grand Central just a fluke? One of the companies will unveil a revolutionary product in…about a week. Is it possible for Ray and Claire to carry out their own theft and sell it to a third party while pretending to help the rival company? They would have to trust one another, which would be difficult, if not impossible, given the corporate rivalry. Is one a pawn in the other’s game?

4. Force Majeure (2014)

Force Majeure (2014)

It’s time for a few days of skiing in the French Alps, so a Swedish family makes the trip. Even though the sun is shining and the slopes are gorgeous, something goes horribly wrong during lunch at a mountainside restaurant when an avalanche hits. Mother Ebba calls her husband Tomas to help her protect their children as the other diners scatter. Tomas, on the other hand, is in a panic and trying to escape… A disaster that was expected never happened, but the family’s world was turned upside down, with a cloud of suspicion over their father in particular. As Tomas desperately tries to reclaim his role as family patriarch, his marriage to Ebba is now in jeopardy.

5. Blades Of Glory (2007)

When a fight breaks out on the awards platform between two of the world’s best men’s figure skaters – sex addicted Chazz Michael Michaels and germophobic Jimmy MacElroy – they are permanently barred from the competition. They compete as the first male-male pair in figure skating three years later, motivated by their desire for gold and a thorough understanding of the rules. Will they be able to overcome their dislike for one another, the lack of preparation time, the dark past of their coach, and the dirty tricks of their main competitors, the Van Waldenberg brothers and sisters? The relationship between Jimmy, a virgin, and Katie, the Van Waldenbergs’ younger sister, may be the difference between victory and defeat.

6. Magic Mike (2012)

Mike Lane, a thirty-year-old Florida resident, is the subject of this essay. He’s a roofer by day and the star of the Kings of Tampa, a male stripping troupe, as Magic Mike at night. Secretly, he wants to leave to pursue a furniture-making business, but his credit rating prevents him from obtaining a bank loan despite his substantial savings in the process…. One night, Adam, Mike’s 15-year-old coworker, follows him to the club where he is persuaded to strip when one of the acts is unable to perform, becoming an instant hit. Success, on the other hand, gets to him, and his careless actions endanger not only his relationship with his sister Brooke, but also Mike’s career aspirations.

7. Fool’s Gold (2008)

Fool's Gold (2008)

A deep-sea treasure hunter named Benjamin Finnegan believes he’s found the find of a lifetime near the Key West island owned by a murderous rap star to whom Ben is obligated. Ben is penniless and recently divorced from Tess, his long-time research and diving partner whom he still adores. She’s on board Nigel Honeycutt’s yacht, serving as a stewardess. A rival treasure hunter has been hired by the rapper. The rapper and his thugs must be kept at bay, and Ben must convince Nigel to help fund his search, as well as convince Tess to work with him. Will Ben be successful in finding a Spanish treasure that has lain dormant for centuries?

8. The Brothers Grimsby (2016)

Mark Strong, MI6’s top assassin, has a brother. It doesn’t go well for him, because he’s a football hooligan from Grimsby (Sacha Baron Cohen). Nothing could be better for Nobby, a man from a fishing village in northern England with nine children and the most attractive girlfriend in the country (Rebel… Wilson). With the exception of his younger brother, Sebastian, he has everything he could want.

As children, Nobby and his brother were separated and Nobby spent the next 28 years trying to find each other again. He sets out to find his brother, but Nobby has no idea that his brother is an MI6 agent who has just uncovered a plot that puts the entire world in jeopardy. On the run and falsely accused, Sebastian learns that if he wants to save the world, he will have to enlist the help of the world’s biggest idiot.

9. The Hundred-foot Journey (2014)

Hassan Kadam’s family has experienced both culinary triumphs and heartbreaking losses in the course of their lives. The Kadams arrive in France after a long journey through Europe after fleeing political violence in India that claimed the lives of their father, mother, and the family restaurant. Once there, Papa Kadam is inspired to open an Indian restaurant in Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val by a fortunate car accident and the generosity of a young woman named Marguerite. Marguerite is employed as a sous-chef at Madame Mallory’s acclaimed haute cuisine restaurant across the street, which puts the Kadams in direct competition. There is an inevitable personal intensity spike as a result of the resulting rivalry. As a result, Hassan, Marguerite, and Madame Mallory work together to build bridges on both a professional and personal level, encouraging an understanding that will alter both sides’ perspectives forever.

10. No Strings Attached (2011)

No Strings Attached (2011)

Adam and Emma have crossed paths on a few occasions in the fifteen years since summer camp. It’s not long after this discovery that he gets drunk and calls all the women on both his phone and his dad’s contact list before passing 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. Begin Again (2013)

A college sweetheart and songwriting partner, Gretta (Keira Knightley) and Dave (Adam Levine) move to New York when Dave gets a record deal. But Dave is soon seduced by the perks of his newfound fame, and a heartbroken Gretta is left to fend for herself. Once a disgraced record label executive named Dan (Mark Ruffalo) happens upon her performing on an East Village stage and is immediately mesmerized by her raw talent, everything changes for the better for the young woman. From this chance meeting, we get an enchanting portrait of a transformative collaboration set to the sound of a New York City summer.

12. Table 19 (2017)

After being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text, ex-maid of honor Eloise (Anna Kendrick) decides to keep her head high and attend her oldest friend’s wedding despite being relieved of her duties. In the back of the ballroom, at the “random” table, she finds herself seated amongst a… diverse group of strangers, most of whom should have known to simply send regrets (but not before sending something nice off the registry). Eloise learns a lot from the people at Table 19 as their dark secrets come to light. Even in the most unlikely of circumstances, people can form friendships and even fall in love.

13. Tooth Fairy (2010)

Tooth Fairy (2010)

In the minor leagues, Derek Thompson is known as ‘The Tooth Fairy,’ a hard-charging hockey player known for severing opponents’ bicuspids. To punish Derek for dampening a youngster’s spirits by discouraging their dreams, the judge sentences him to one week of hard labor as the tooth fairy complete with the required tutu, wings, and magic wand. For a while, Derek is unable to deal with the tooth. He struggles to sneak into strangers’ homes, doing what tooth fairies do. However, as Derek becomes more comfortable in his new role, he begins to recall long-forgotten dreams.

14. This Means War (2012)

There’s an assassin after Tuck and Frank, two CIA agents who also happen to be best friends. Tuck is a divorced father of a grown son with whom he has little in common, while Frank is a conniving rake. Tuck makes the decision to join a dating website in an attempt to meet someone. The same goes for Lauren, a woman looking for… Tuck’s profile is viewed by a man, who decides to go out with him.

She then runs into Frank and gets hit on by him, so she accepts his advances and goes out with him. The two of them have her attention. The two men, realizing they’re seeing the same girl, agree that she can have her pick of the two of them. Both, however, are powerless to resist the temptation to use their abilities to keep tabs on her and on each other at all times. They also ruin each other’s chances of getting together with her.

15. The Inbetweeners (2011)

Friendships that last a lifetime When Will McKenzie and his friends graduate from their suburban London high school, they are neither social outcasts nor cool enough to hang out with the other cool kids they aspire to be. Carli D’Amato, with whom Simon has been in love since they were children, is now Simon’s girlfriend. Carli ends her relationship with him due in large part to the fact that they will be attending different universities in the fall.

A two-week trip to the beach and the company of hot girls is just what Simon needs to get his mind off Carli before they move on to the next chapter of their lives in the fall. When it comes to summer vacation destinations, many Brits flock to Malia on the Greek island of Crete. With inheritance money in hand, Jay thinks he has the power to choose any girl he wants to spend his time with. It’s up to Neil to decide what constitutes being faithful to Nicole and not having an extramarital affair.

Will intends to spice up his vacation with a little bit of culture. And Simon is still smitten with Carli, and it’s getting harder for him to forget her now that he knows why Neil went with Malia. An otherwise disastrous vacation takes an unexpected turn when Will and Simon meet fellow Brits Alison, Lucy, Jane, and Lisa. They travel together with Will and Simon and spend most of their time in Malia with the four of them. When it comes to Alison, it seems like the virgin who always manages to make her laugh has no chance with her.

16. Super Troopers (2001)

Super Troopers (2001)

A group of Vermont state troopers are having a good time. They include Thorny, Mac, Rabbit, Foster, and Farva. The troopers are based in a remote area near the Canadian border and are notorious blunderers who enjoy maple syrup. Budget cuts in Spurbury, however, put their jobs in jeopardy and pit them against their longtime rival, the Spurbury Police Department, so the five friends decide to get their act together and fly right. At least that’s how it seems until a body is found and an apparent drug trafficking ring emerges. The super troopers go on the offensive in an effort to solve the crime, save their jobs, and outdo the local police force.

17. The Proposal (2009)

Andrew Paxton has worked as Margaret Tate’s assistant for three years, and he’s finally had enough. In order to avoid being deported, Margaret, a Canadian, devises a plan to marry Andrew, a British man, who agrees to marry her in exchange for a promise of a promotion.

An unconvinced INS agent makes a promise to confront the couple on the following Monday about their relationship. As Andrew was scheduled to fly home for his grandmother’s 90th birthday the following weekend, Margaret joins him in Sitka, Alaska to be with her parents and grandparents. INS is ready to charge Andrew with fraud, so the next few days are dominated by family dynamics, including tensions between Andrew’s father and him, a former girlfriend, Andrew’s dislike of Margaret, and her past.

18. The To Do List (2013)

‘Aubrey Plaza (I )’s’ Brandy Klark (qv) has just graduated from high school, where she excelled in all subjects except for real-life sexual education.’ When Brandy’s older sister tells her that it’s critical to have a diverse sexual experience, Brandy makes a summer sex bucket list for herself. In the meantime, she has set her sights on the popular and sexy Rusty Waters as her ultimate goal, and her friend Cameron might be the ideal guinea pig. However, once Brandy’s emotions get in the way, it’s much more difficult for her to accomplish the rest of her sexy goals.

19. Demolition (2015)

After losing his wife in a tragic car accident, Davis (Jake Gyllenhaal), a successful investment banker, struggles. Despite being urged to do so by his father-in-law Phil (Chris Cooper), Davis’s life is falling apart. What begins as a letter of complaint to a vending machine company quickly turns into a series of letters that reveal startling personal revelations. Karen (Naomi Watts), a customer service representative, notices Davis’ letters and, despite her own emotional and financial burdens, the two forge an unlikely bond. Davis begins to rebuild his life with the help of Karen and her son Chris (Judah Lewis). Together, they demolish the life he once knew.

20. High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008)

High School Musical 3 Senior Year (2008)

East High School seniors Troy and the gang are finishing their senior year and preparing to graduate and go their separate ways. Knowing what has happened, Troy has decided he wants to play basketball for the University of Albuquerque next year, but Gabriella has decided she wants to attend Stanford University, which is far away in California.

When it comes to the school’s final musical, Sharpay, the shallow and entitled rich girl, plans to go all out in order to add music to her hopes and fears for the future. In contrast to Sharpay, who is mentoring a bright young British exchange student, her flamboyant fraternal twin brother, Ryan, has other plans for the future. In addition, Troy’s and Garbiella’s best friends, Chad and Taylor, have all set their sights on their plans after high school and come to terms with the reality of the real world.

21. Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)

a young man named Eggsy, who lost his father at an early age, has to deal with the creep his mother is currently seeing, who abuses both of them. Goes to the creep’s friend and does a nasty thing to him. A man gave him the number to call in case of an emergency around the time of his father’s death, and he uses it after he is arrested. Unknown Harry approaches him and claims to be the one who helped him.

Harry claims that he helped him. He claims to have known his father, and he tells him as much. When the man Eggsy wronged wants vengeance, Harry is the only one who can handle him and his cronies. Then Harry reveals to Eggsy that he’s a member of a clandestine organization known as the Kingsmen, which his father was a member of as well. He lost his life in the pursuit of peace. Eggsy accepts Harry’s offer to become a Kingsman. He has to go through a rigorous training program. While investigating the death of another member of the Kingsman, Harry comes across a tech billionaire named Valentine, also known as V, who is curious about the Kingsman.

22. 3 Idiots (2009)

both Raju Rastogi and Farhan Qureshi are hoping to reunite with Rancho, their fellow collegian, after Rancho faked a stroke on an Air India flight and excused himself from his wife – trouser less. Meanwhile, they run into Chatur Ramalingam from their college days, a successful businessman who reminds them of a wager they made a decade ago. It’s a race against time for the trio to find Rancho at his last known address while recalling hilarious antics, including their run-in with Delhi’s Imperial College of Engineering Dean Viru Sahastrabudhe.

23. Two Days In Paris (2007)

A romantic getaway to Europe helps a New York-based couple – a French photographer named Marion and an American interior designer named Jack – rekindle their romance over the course of two days. Unfortunately, their trip to Venice did not go as planned because they both…developed gastroenteritis as a result of it. They’re more optimistic about their chances in Paris. To make matters more complicated, Jack is driven to photograph every famous Parisian tombstone and believes that French condoms are too small. This only serves to fuel Marion’s already smoldering resentment. Is there any hope for their romance? Is there any chance they’ll ever have another sexual encounter? Or will they only be able to improve their arguing skills?