With the worst day in a year for single pringles finally here, it’s easy to feel down. Yeah, Valentines is upon us and although love is most certainly in the air, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows for some of us. Never fear, HIDDEN is here with our countdown of the top 5 films to make you feel better about being single on Valentines Day.
What's more empowering than making your ex kick themselves for letting you go! They say “hell has no fury like a woman scorned”, and Elle Woods certainly proves this point in the most charming and ditsy way. We can’t help put route for the blonde Barbie with a heart of gold as she attends law school to win back her ex, only to find her own sense of self along the way. C’mon everyone, bend and snap!
Bridget Jones’ Diary
Based on the best-selling novels, the Bridget Jones Series follows the plight of chain-smoking, social awkward Bridget Jones as she attempts to find love, be taken seriously at work, and generally keep her sh*t together. Heartwarming and charming, Bridget’s classic sense of bumbling British humor and tendency to say the wrong thing at every turn has us both cringing and rooting for her to succeed.
Is there anything like a wedding to remind you how single you are? This is the basic premise of “Bridesmaids”. Following the struggles of Annie, a thirty-something divorcee who lost her cake business during the economic crash, “Bridesmaids” explore how to be happy for your coupled-up friends without becoming jaded.
Romy & Michele’s Highschool Reunion
Sometimes all you need is your best friend. Let’s face it, no bea will over understand the intimate ins and outs of your past quite like your BFF. Romy & Michele’s Highschool Reunion is the perfect film to remind you of this fact. Following two hilarious airhead friends as they make their way to their high school reunion, Romy & Michele teaches us all the importance of friends that really get you.
Based on a true story, “Joy” tells the story of a divorced mother as she tries to make her millions manufacturing innovative household goods. Featuring a star-studded cast including Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Robert De Niro, Joy shows us all the power an independent woman processes as she wades her way through the world of business while also keeping her family life under control.
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