‘Always Be My Maybe’

This Netflix Original tells the tale of childhood sweethearts, whose paths meet once again after 16 years. Directed by Nahnatchka Khan in 2019.


Leslye Headland directs this 2012 film of the night before a wedding where everything goes wrong. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan as the culprits of the ripped wedding dress.

‘The Big Wedding’

With a cast including, Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Amanda Seyfried, Diane Keaton and Robin Williams, this film follows one chaotic weekend when a family get together for a wedding. Directed by Justin Zackham in 2013.


Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in their third film together as a blind date goes terribly wrong, however they both take the advantage to take their children on a holiday to Africa, where they unhappily have to spend the week together. Directed by Frank Coraci in 2014.


This 2011 film tells the story of a hilarious competitive rivalry between Maid of Honour and Bridesmaid as they argue who’s the better friend. Directed by Paul Feig, starring Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy.

‘Bride Wars’

When best friends become engaged around the same day and their weddings accidentally fall on the same day, neither can resist losing their special day. Starring Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson in 2009, directed by Gary Winick.

‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’

Sharon Maguire directs the third Bridget Jones’s film in 2016, when Bridget falls pregnant but is uncertain to who the father is.

‘Ever After: A Cinderella Story’

Drew Barrymore portrays Cinderella in another story of this famous tale. Directed by Andy Tennant in 1998.

‘Failure to Launch’

Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker star in this 2006 romcom, where parents organise for these two to date in order for their son to move out of their house. Directed by Tom Dey.

‘Ghosts of Girlfriends Past’

Matthew McConaughey is confronted with three ghosts – the ghosts of girlfriends past, present and future – in order to learn a lesson about how he is living his life. Directed by Mark Waters in 2009.

‘Groundhog Day’

The original repetitive film where Bill Murray constantly wakes up on the same day. Directed by Harold Ramis in 1993.

‘He’s Just Not That Into You’

This romcom has a mass of phenomenal stars that all intertwine in different story arcs telling different relationship situations. Directed by Ken Kwapis in 2009.

‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’

Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey star in this romcom of a relationship tested to all boundaries when both have different agendas of how it will end. Directed by Donald Petrie in 2003.

‘Isn’t It Romantic’

Rebel Wilson stars in this 2019 movie, where the main protagonist wakes up in a parallel universe of her nightmare being stuck in a romance comedy of all the clichés. Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson.

‘Leap Year’

This 2010 romance comedy goes on a journey in Ireland of Anna stuck with bad luck determined to find her way to Dublin with a stranger paid to be her guide. Directed by Anand Tucker.

‘Legally Blonde’

When the love of her life breaks up with her, Elle decides the way to win him back is to attend Harvard Law and prove herself more than a stereotypical dumb blonde. Directed by Robert Luketic in 2001.

‘Letters to Juliet’

Amanda Seyfried in this 2010 film, follows a woman as she tries to find her true love after 50 years. Directed by Gary Winick.

‘Life As We Know It’

Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel star in this romcom of when their best friends’ sadly die, they are given the responsibility of raising the newly orphaned baby. Directed by Greg Berlanti in 2010.

‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’

Uma Thurman stars as G-Girl, a superhero, who begins to become insanely jealous of her boyfriend when he starts to look another way. Directed by Ivan Reitman in 2006.


Marlon Wayans plays the groom desperate to get to his wedding, but every time those wedding bells rung he landed back in an elevator naked repeating the same hour over and over. Directed by Michael Tiddes in 2017.

‘New Year’s Eve’

A film of many characters and many plot lines, all revolving New Year’s. Released in 2011 by Garry Marshall.

‘The Other Woman’

Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, make up the lawyer, the wife and the boobs as they take down a cheating husband. Directed by Nick Cassavates in 2014.

‘Think Like A Man’

Tim Story directs this 2012 film, where the lives of six men all change when a book about men’s behaviour in relationships is exposed.

‘This Means War’

Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon star in this action romance comedy where two spies fight for one girl. Directed by McG in 2012.


Amy loved her simple life, of one night stands, good job, crazy nights, until that one man changes everything, but can she deal with this much change? Directed by Judd Apatow in 2015.

‘Two Weeks Notice’

Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock star in this romance comedy. When lawyer Lucy is fed up of being her boss’ nanny, she hands in her notice much to his panic. Directed by Marc Lawrence in 2002.

‘The Ugly Truth’

Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in this 2009 romance comedy as a rivalry at work, leads to a deal being made for Abby to possibly find her perfect man by following the rules of the brutally honest Mike Chadway. Directed by Robert Luketic.

‘What’s Your Number?’

When Ally realises her number of how many guys she’s slept with is high, she hunts down her ex’s in hope she will find her perfect husband. Directed by Mark Mylod in 2011.

‘When Harry Met Sally…’

Nora Ephron writes and Rob Reiner directs this tale of two friends becoming friends over the timespan of 12 years. A simple story starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. Released in 1989.

‘You Again’

Kristen Bell as Marni discovers her life has turned upside down when she finds out her brother is marrying her arch nemesis in 2010. Directed by Andy Fickman.

‘You’ve Got Mail’

Nora Ephron brings to life this 1998 film of love and comedy. Where Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan meet online and email each other everyday, without knowing who the other is in real life.

’27 Dresses’

Katherine Heigl stars as the perfect bridesmaid in this 2008 romance comedy. Directed by Anne Fletcher.