You’ve got the popcorn, the fuzzy socks, and the face masks—now you just need the movie. Girl’s night is a time to relax and forget the real world for a while. For that reason, we’ve compiled a list of five movies for you and your gals to watch at your next girl’s night in.
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Who knew that pottery could be so romantic—and so heartbreaking? In an apparent mugging, Molly witnesses the killing of her boyfriend Sam, who becomes a ghost. When he realizes that there is more to his murder, Sam must find a way to protect Molly, despite his ghostly form.
The Devil Wears Prada
This film focuses on Andy Sachs, a recent college graduate who dreams of being a journalist. Unexpectedly, she gets a job as a personal assistant to Miranda Priestly, the cold editor-in-chief of a high-profile fashion magazine. Andy soon finds herself becoming enamored with the new world she is now a part of—but at what cost?
This 1994 classic is about the March sisters; four girls whose father is away fighting in the Civil War. The film chronicles their lives as they grow and mature into young women. This is the ultimate feel-good story that will leave viewers with a warm feeling inside. As a bonus, the film features a young Christian Bale as a March family friend, Theodore Laurence.
13 Going on 30
When 13-year-old Jenna—a social outcast who dreams of popularity—has a birthday party that goes awry, she wishes that she was a successful 30-year-old. Magically, the universe grants her wish, and Jenna finds herself with a ritzy job and a cute boyfriend. Yet when Jenna reunites with Matty (her long-time crush), she realizes that what she wished for may not have been what she really wants.
In this Renaissance-era retelling of Cinderella, Drew Barrymore stars as Danielle, whose family has fallen on hard times. This story follows the basic frame of the fairytale we all know and love, but with clever twists and beautiful sets.