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Instead of spending your Valentine's Day wallowing in bed, eating all the junk food you can possibly stomach and wishing you had a date, watch a Valentine’s Day movie perfect for any single woman. We don’t want to go as far to say they’re “anti-valentine’s day” but they’re pretty darn close! Gather up your fellow single girlfriends and catch a flick. Check out our list of the best movies to watch with your ladies on Valentine’s Day!
Fatal Attraction (1987): Stars Glenn Close and Michael Douglas. Basically, man has an affair and mistress sets out to ruin his life. Moral of the story? Well, none, but this will certainly entertain you and your friends and steer you away from any future one night stands!
My Bloody Valentine (2009): For the very anti-Valentine’s Day group of women. A bloody rampage on the most romantic day of the year; need we say more?
Bridesmaids (2011): Always stick with your buds, have a good laugh and never eat questionable meat before a fitting.
It’s Complicated (2009): Meryl Streep’s husband (Alec Baldwin) has an affair. He marries the mistress. Then Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin have an affair. Yes!
Sex and the City (2008): Okay, there’s some definite love but there’s also sex, drama, fashion and cocktails. Plus, there’s no better film to watch that defines what it means to be a best friend.
Midnight in Paris (2011): A whimsical display of nostalgia and what it takes to find what you really want.
Wedding Crashers (2005): Just seems like the right choice for this day. It’s hilarious, engaging and there’s even a little romance in there for you.
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947): A young widow finds her new home is haunted but forms a unique relationship with the ghost of the deceased previous owner.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999): This crazy love story based on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew is the perfect way to give homage to modern-day romance.
Magic Mike (2012): Forget about being boyfriend-less for one day and just watch Channing Tatum strip.
Clueless (1995): The perfect lighthearted classic for girlfriends everywhere.
Grease (1978): There’s a touch of romance in there, but the leather jackets, hot cars and classic songs will make your Valentine’s Day blues float away.