10 Of The Best Feel-Good Rom-Coms You Can Watch Now
A list of movies that are guaranteed to cheer you up when you're feeling down!
Feeling low this weekend? Here are 10 of the best feel-good rom coms that will recharge you in no time.
1. Last Christmas
Kate, played by Emilia Clarke, is a frustrated Londoner who just can’t seem to catch a break. Then she meets Tom (Henry Golding) and things take a turn for the better.
Enjoy a lovely holiday romance that’ll creep its way into your hearts in this festive feature and leave you with an unexpected twist.
Catch all the funny reactions to the movie here.
2. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
Released in 2003, How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days stars Kate Hudson as Andie and Matthew McConaughey as Benjamin. Andie has to write an article on how to lose a guy in 10 days while Benjamin is challenged by his co-workers to make a woman fall in love with him.
Watching McConaughey at his most adorable and Hudson at her bubbliest is a delight I’m sure you wouldn’t want to miss. Catch news about a reboot here.
3. The Ugly Truth
The Ugly Truth is a 2009 American romantic comedy directed by Robert Luketic, featuring Katherine Heigl and Gerald Butler in lead roles as Abby and Mike.
Abby firmly believes in true love whereas Mike has a cynical view about relationships and believes heavily in his misogynistic relationship theories. The clash in beliefs leads to a frenzy of tests that end up bringing them closer. This rom-com will have you fit in laughter leaving nothing off limits!
4. Set It up
Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell team up in this rom-com feature as two overworked and underpaid assistants who want to get their bosses off their back. And while they were busy setting their bosses up, destiny decided to set them up too!
Don’t miss this Claire Scanlon direction that you can find on Netflix. I can guarantee it will end up cheering you up!
5. How To Be Single
An American romantic comedy about women who have quite different yet funny ways to find love. Released in 2016, this movie features some of Hollywood’s top names.
- Dakota Johnson. as Alice.
- Rebel Wilson. as Robin.
- Leslie Mann. as Meg.
- Anders Holm. as Tom.
- Damon Wayans Jr. as David.
- Alison Brie. as Lucy.
6. Crazy Rich Asians
In Jon M. Chu’s fabulous comedy, Rachel, played by Constance Wu, is shaken up when she realizes her boyfriend, played by Henry Golding, belongs to one of Asia’s wealthiest families.
We’ve all seen the girl of modest means attract the attention of a rich prince but Chu’s 2018 rom-com with a hilarious American-Chinese twist is like a breath of fresh air.
7. The Other Woman
Three women, played by Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, team up to get revenge on the cheating Mark King, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. It is a mix of feisty, sexy and hilarious that is sure to leave you rolling on the floor.
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, the ever-iconic on-screen duo, teamed up again for this light and hilarious rom-com that is bound to make you laugh more than once.
9. Me Before You
This Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin starrer is less of a comedy and more of a romantic film but Me Before You has all the feel-good vibes that are guaranteed to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. You might even shed a tear but you’ll end the movie feeling lighter and warmer. Which is why this 2016 feature deserves a place in the feel-good list.
Now even I’m tempted to re-watch it!
10. Friends With Benefits
Friends with Benefits is a light romantic comedy with spectacular performances by Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake, directed by Will Gluck. The sparkling chemistry between the two might be the best thing about this movie although I could pick out some other key ingredients, like New York City, that helped cook this into the perfect rom-com!