Do you think there’s any better day to watch the best movies about female friendship than Galentine's Day? This iconic holiday was created by Amy Poehler's character Leslie Knope on a particularly amazing episode of Parks and Recreation, which is all about cherishing the women in your life. According to Leslie, Galentine’s Day is all about "ladies celebrating ladies, like Lilith Fair minus the angst" rather than romancing with your other half or whatever you call it.
If you guys are opting for a cozy night along with some wine, movies, and some fries, we have got something for you. And yes, they’re all available on Netflix, right from feel-good comedies to dramas to even a horror flick, check them all out ahead.
1. To All the Boys I've Loved Before
The bestselling novel of Jenny Han's novel comes to the big screen in this pretty adaptation, which not only looks into Laura Jean's (Lana Condor) love life but also her ever-evolving connection with her best friend and two sisters.
This feel-good film puts light on Willowdean's journey to embracing herself. That surrounds digging into her complicated relationship with her mother (Jennifer Aniston) and learning to appreciate her group of sassy, wonderful friends.
3. The Edge of Seventeen
Hailee Steinfeld shines all bright in this coming-of-age film that explores the hardships of female friendship in high school (to top it off, when one of your friends starts dating your much unliked older brother, what a drama!).
4. Mamma Mia!
Get inspired and get connected back to your friend for developing a bond like the one between Donna and the Dynamos, you cannot really find any better friendship.
5. Baby Mama
A tale of romance, surrogacy, weird jokes, and unexpected friendship comes together in this 2008 comedy starring Tina Fey in trouble conceiving and Amy Poehler as the woman who ends up carrying a baby for her.
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