All-time Flicks

Movies just wouldn’t be the same without chick flicks, something many guys don’t usually have the patience for in real life. But hey ladies!  Here are some flicks we all love and can’t be excluded from any of our movie nights.


Mean Girls (2004)


The most watchable flick of all times. The naïve 16-year-old teenager, Cady (Lindsay Lohan), who used to live in Africa with her parents, moves to America to start her first day in high school without having any clue about how it goes there. She gets the chance to join The Plastics, ruled by Regina George (Rachel McAdams), and be one of them. However, her life changes head over heels after she becomes the most popular one among them. The cast was capable of making this movie enjoyable by adults as well as teens; that’s why we never forget it.


10 Things I Hate About You (1999)


The romantic comedy flick adapted from Shakespeare’s play “The Taming of the Shrew”. The new student, Cameron (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), falls for his colleague, Bianca. According to Bianca’s strict father’s rules, she isn’t allowed to date until her elder sister, Kat (Julia Stiles), who’s known for being bad tempered , dates too. Cameron then tries to set Kat with someone, so he goes to Patrick (Heath Ledger), the bad boy with reputation who he pays to date Kat. No matter how many years have passed, we still remember Heath Ledger singing “I Love You Baby” by Frank Sinatra in the movie. We really miss you, Heath Ledger.


She’s The Man (2006)


One of the most cliché yet favorable flicks ever. Viola (Amanda Bynes) wants to join the boys soccer team after her team splits, but they won’t allow girls in the team. She then pretends to be her brother, Sebastian, in order to join the team. However, falling in love with her roommate, Duke (Channing Tatum), wasn’t expected at all. That’s why she reveals her true identity. There’s no doubt that Channing Tatum is why we love this movie.



John Tucker Must Die (2006)


The revenge comedy flick which takes place in a high school. John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe), a serial cheater who dates three different chicks at the same time, is caught by Kate (Brittany Snow), the new girl in school. Knowing how much pain is caused by playboys like Tucker, Kate then decides to take revenge on him together with his three girlfriends. However, she starts to fall for Tucker herself. The movie’s witty, funny and great for a girl movie night.


He’s Just Not That Into You (2009)


Away from high school, this is a romantic comedy flick with a spice of drama. An all-star cast including Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Connelly and Bradley Cooper. It all starts with friends and lovers in their 20s and 30s who are going through complex relationships. Janine has trust issues with her husband, Gigi is done with unsuccessful dates, while Beth wants commitment and Mary is surrounded by some gay friends who keep supporting her. The movie gives us a spirited look at relationships and definitely is worth watching.


Valentine’s Day (2010)


It can’t be Valentine’s Day without watching “Valentine’s Day”! A love story, maybe less or more, starring Jessica Alba, Patrick Dempsey, Ashton Kutcher, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper and Taylor Launter. Different people and different love stories, all linked together, waiting for Cupid to get his mission done before midnight. One sure thing is, if you watch this with your partner, it will make you feel closer. If you watch this while single, it will give you hope that there’s someone out there for you.