The 24 Feel Good Girls Night Movies You Need To Watch

Feeling good is something I tell everyone to follow and allow without resistance. We all have the right to be loved and feel pleasure which reflects in the wold as a much better place. If feeling good to you is getting cosy with an abundance of cushions and blankets, a hot beverage and maybe a salty snack this blog is very much for you. 

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I don't know a single person who doesn't enjoy getting swept into a story that transports you into a different dimension (just as long as you're not running away but rather running to). 
For me a good movie calls me to come back again soon and will leave me gooey centered and giddy for the next few days. It will have elements of happiness and sometimes sadness, definitely humor and stupidity but most of all is grounded in genuine connections and relationships.

This is the list of movies that have begged me back to them for many reasons many times. Leave me a comment what your go-to feel good flicks are and why? I'm always curious to know what brings people back time and time again.

Now, let's get on with the list hey. In no particular order I present 24 feel good films for the next girls night I can guarantee you'll love:

  • Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)

  • The Big Sick (2017)

  • About Time (2013)

  • P.S. I Love You (2007)

  • Pretty In Pink (1986)

  • Dan In Real Life (2007)

  • Billy Elliot (2000)

  • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011)

  • Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

  • Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)

  • Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)

  • Sing Street (2016)

  • The Longest Ride (2015)

  • Lion (2016)

  • Notting Hill (1999)

  • Love, Rosie (2014)

  • The Intouchables (2011)

  • The Way Way Back (2013)

  • Alex Strangelove (2018)

  • Yes Man (2008)

  • The Bridges Of Madison County (1995)

  • Call Me By Your Name (2017)

  • The Birdcage (1996)

  • Shes The Man (2007)

After writing that I am in need of a big bowl of fresh popcorn and a marathon movie night. Thank goodness it's Friday because I don't think I'll be doing anything else but re-watching all these movies for the next couple of days...

Love, Delilah.

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  1. And that's just the English language ones. There are so many great foreign language films that bring a sensibility that isn't found elsewhere. Three great French ones, to start:

    Amélie -- Audrey Tautou stars in this whimsical movie that tells the story of the shy, naïve Amélie Poulain, who determines to improve the lives of friends and strangers through secret and complicated acts of kindness. The movie includes, of course, Amélie’s experience of sweet and awkward first love, but its broad examination of ordinary, down-to-earth human relationships is unusually touching.

    The Girl on the Bridge -- Vanessa Paradis and Daniel Auteuil star in this lovely film about a girl named Adèle who intends to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge into the Seine River. Gabor, a circus knife thrower, intervenes and persuades her to join his knife-throwing act. Their work together is reflected in their romantic relationship: charming, daring, and full of unfulfilled erotic tension.

    Love Me If You Dare -- Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet in their breakthrough roles, a surreal story about the cruel innocence of childhood and beyond. Childhood friends take turns challenging each other with outrageous dares, and as they grow older and fall in love, they find themselves unable to leave old habits behind and put their happiness at risk for the sake of the game.

    More chocolate needed here !!!


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