No plans this coming weekend? No worries, we got your weekend sorted with these 8 feel-good movies that make us happy every time we watch them. Get yourself on the sofa, get into your comfiest pair of BOX Boxers and get ready to relax.
She’s the Man
Ok so a young Channing Tatum and an Amanda Byrne before she went off the rails… What more could you ask for? If you haven’t saw the movie before Viola Johnson had her own good reasons for disguising herself as her twin brother Sebastian and enrolling in his place at his new boarding school. The story enfolds as Viola ends up getting herself into sticky situations whilst being herself and when disguised. Definitely a must- watch we think.
Never Been Kissed
This classic stars Drew Barrymore (who doesn’t love a 90’s classic staring Drew?) playing Josie, a baby-faced junior copywriter at the local newspaper. Josie is assigned a task where she must go undercover as a student at her former high school to research teenage culture. With the help of her brother, Rob, Josie intrudes the inner circle of the most popular clique on campus. But her investigation comes to a holt when she falls for her English teacher. We love this movie, it’s a feel-good comedy that’s enjoyable of a Sunday morning lounging around in some fresh men’s boxer shorts.
School of Rock
If you haven’t saw this movie, then where have you been? Starring Jack Black, this movie was made in 2003 and centres around enthusiastic guitarist Dewey Finn who gets thrown out of his bar band and finds himself in desperate for work. He decides to pose as a substitute music teacher at an exclusive private school. During his time here, he creates a rock band with his students in secret. This film is hilarious, and so many classic one liners, heard of “your tacky and I hate you”? We thought so.
10 Things I Hate About You
Who doesn’t star in this epic movie? Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and many more. It focuses on a pretty and popular teenager who can't go out on a date until her ill-tempered older sister (Stiles) does. Love and lies unfold throughout and we can’t get enough of this classic, it actually never gets old.
Ugh As if...This easy watch centres around a Beverly hills high school student Cher and her best friend Dionne. They are both popular, rich, pretty, and very pretty. Spotting the new girl at school, Tai, they decide to take her under their wing and do a makeover on her. Upon doing this Cher realises that she needed a makeover herself but in a spiritual way. This film is hilarious, relatable and all round a feel-good classic.
This major movie, now turned into a musical is an ultimate fave of ours. Based around Frances "Baby" Houseman, she spends the summer at a Catskills resort with her family, dreading the summer she suddenly falls in love with the camp's dance instructor, Johnny Castle and begins to dance and embark in the summer of a lifetime, which we all envy. This movie is super-hot and sexy, and we love every second of it. We want a summer like Baby!
In this hilarious feel-good film, Annie is a single woman whose unhappy in her own life, but suddenly learns that her lifelong best friend is engaged, and she is going to be the maid of honour for her. Determined to make things perfect for her besties big day, Annie encounters a lot of bumpy roads along the way. If you haven’t saw this, then you must. If you have, watch it again and again and laugh!
Get ready to cry and cry and cry. The Notebook if you haven’t seen it already, is a real tear jerker. Starring Ryan Gosling, (who’s obviously very easy on the eye) and Rachel McAdam’s who are both deeply in love. But her affluent parents don't approve. When Noah goes off to serve in World War II, their romance comes to an end. In the meantime, Allie becomes involved with another man, but when Noah returns to their small-town years later, it soon becomes clear that their true romance is anything but over. We love to cuddle up to our sofa and have a good cry at this classic, we also like to imagine Ryan Gosling in our Box men’s briefs, so what!?
Have you watched all these movies before? If so, whats your fave? Drop us a comment and let us know!