The 50 Best Movies To Watch For A Girls Night In
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The 50 Best Movies To Watch For A Girls Night In

Because we all need a break from a G.N.O. at times.

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You're in your pajamas with your best friends and are deciding what to do tonight. You all decide to watch a movie, which is a perfect choice.

Spending the night in with your close friends has the potential to be just as fun as a night out. When you have the right people by your side, anything and everything will be an amazing time and an adventure.

But, one of the biggest struggles is deciding on what to watch. There are so many choices, yet you can't seem to find one that will satisfy you.

When you just really need a break from going out or a break from studying, here are the best movies to play.

1. The Notebook

2. Mean Girls

3. The Vow

4. Bridesmaids

5. Sleepover

6. A Cinderella Story

7. The Lucky One

8. Dear John

9. The Last Song

10. The Parent Trap

11. Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants

12. Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2

13. He's Just Not That Into You

14. Footloose

15. Me Before You

16. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days

17. Life As We Know It

18. Aquamarine

19. We're The Millers

20. Marley & Me

21. The Best Of Me

22. Charlie St. Cloud

23. Endless Love

24. LOL

25. Divergent series

26. The First Time

27. Fifty Shades of Grey

28. Fifty Shades Darker

29. Never Been Kissed

30. Freaky Friday

31. The Help

32. The House Bunny

33. The Blind Side

34. My Sister's Keeper

35. If I Stay

36. Safe Haven

37. Just Like Heaven

38. Remember Me

39. The Longest Ride

40. Magic Mike

41. Magic Mike XXL

42. The Perfect Man

43. The Proposal

44. Life Size

45. John Tucker Must Die

46. What To Expect When You're Expecting

47. We Bought A Zoo

48. Titanic

49. The Princess Diaries

50. The Princess Diaries 2

Take your pick, pop a bag of popcorn, and enjoy.

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