We’ve all been there and let’s just face it, relationships can be tricky and sometimes Love just happens to hurt! And it may seem like it is easier said than done but getting over a breakup is possibly the best thing to do. So while you’re in that forgetting your ex-stage, here are ten movies you need to watch to help you get over your breakup!
The story revolves around a young man who gets his heart broken after his girlfriend finds out that he has a rare form of spinal cancer!
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
This inspiring movie revolves around a suicidal and troubled 15-year-old trying to deal with the demons of his past, the suicide of his best friend and the heartaches that come with falling in love for the first time.
500 Days Of Summer
The story is about how easy it is to fall out of love, how broken and damaged the end of a relationship can leave you and how eventually you have to listen to the voice of reason and find your way back!
Celeste And Jesse Forever
This movie answers these tough questions! No matter what, feelings will arise if you choose to remain in touch. And those feelings may or may not be real feelings.
Mona Lisa Smile
This is more of a women empowerment movie and will make you feel right. The film revolves around the gender stereotypes of how women were expected to stay at home and look after children!
Silver Linings Playbook
This movie deals with the issues of having a partner with mental illness! The film takes you on an emotional journey and will leave you laughing, crying and will even take your breath away at times!
“Legally Blonde” is a comedy classic that highlights the theme of women empowerment. Reese Witherspoon plays Elle Woods, a girl who is hopelessly in love with her boyfriend.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is a highly relatable romantic comedy about a man who has his heart broken by his lying, cheating girlfriend.
This movie is a relatively sad movie which has its moments! The movie is about two girls who go on a holiday to different countries and find love in the process.
He’s Just Not That Into You
Although this movie does have a happy ending, it stresses on the fact that not all movies have happy endings. It teaches women about the changing behavior of men and the reasons behind these changes!