Top 10 Chick Flicks for Your Indoor Girls’ Night

An Ideal Girls’ Night (Boys can come too) can go many ways, but nothing can beat a Chick-Flick Movies Marathon with your besties and a few glasses of wine when it remains on your doorstep.

Chick Flick Movies involve endless drama but do get the viewers hooked to the screen till the end until they want more of it.

We’ve got the perfect list of Chick Flick Movies for your movie marathon, which checks all the points if you wish to cry your heart out or are in the mood to LMAO.

She’s the Man 

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This Rom-Com adapted from Shakespeare’s comedic play Twelfth Night starring Amanda Bynes as Viola and the comely Channing Tatum as Duke Orsino breaks stereotypes, rekindles love, and keeps its viewers stuck to their couch.

When Viola faces rejection from her high school soccer team based on her sex, she does the unthinkable.

She becomes a man (well, pretends to) by posing as her Fraternal twin brother Sebastian after a makeover with the help of her friends to join Sebastian’s new boarding school soccer team.

Although things go smoothly initially, Viola starts getting stuck in the web of lies she created after Falling in Love with Her (Sebastian’s) Roommate, Duke, who is in love with another girl Olivia, who has a crush on Sebastian(aka Viola).

With a fair share of lovers and haters, Sebastian (aka Viola) almost keeps it together until her Twin Brother Sebastian (aka Sebastian) arrives home earlier than expected.

Director: Andy Fickman

Cast: Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum, James Kirk

Mean Girls 

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“On Wednesdays, we wear pink” if you have heard this phrase but couldn’t get the reference, you have a severe need to catch up on this PG 13 Chick Flick.

When teen Cady Heron played by Lindsay Lohan, joins a new school, things are ordinary for her until she encounters the Plastics; despite being warned to stay away from them, Cady sees the Plastics as the way to climb the social ladder.

But things go downhill when she falls for Aaron Samuels, played by Jonathan Bennett, who’s also the ex of Queen B, aka the alpha plastic, aka Regina George, played by Rachel McAdams.

This 00’s hit has given many iconic pop culture terms still popular with the Millennials and the Genis.

The Film’s anniversary is celebrated on October 3rd, which came from a throwaway line by Cady, and since then, this date has become “Mean Girls Day.”

Director: Mark Waters

Cast: Linsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Jonathan Bennett


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Click Flick movie Marathons are incomplete without this OG 90’s Film gives you not only the right amount of drama but also significant fashion moments.

This Film follows Cher Horowitz, played by Alicia Silverstone, who can be described in today’s terms as a Material Gurl -Wealthy, Pretty, Popular, and Blonde.

Cher, a high-school student in Beverly Hills, along with her best friend Dionne, gives iconic OTDs and plays games of manipulation to get what they want. Cher said that they are her “Powers of Persuasion.”

Cher and her best friend were inspired to give back to charity and decided to give a new student named Tai a makeover to transform her into their new famous BFF, although those backfired.

After a few failures, Cher soon realizes she must have a spiritual makeover herself. Viewers see her wit, intelligence, charm, and the urge to find true love under Cher’s seemingly shallow personality.

Director: Amy Heckerling

Cast:  Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd, Brittany Murphy, Stacey Dash

Letters to Juliet 

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An Ultimate Rom-Com inspired by a non-fiction book, Letters to Juliet (2006), By Lisa Friedman and Ceil Friedman, this movie is everything you want when looking for a romantic watch

.Filled with so many wholesome moments, you’ll forget your life problems for 1hr 45m, which is the exact duration of the movie.

 The effect of this Film is that your heart will warm whenever you think about Sophie Hill, played by Amanda Seyfried, who is an aspiring writer on a pre-wedding honeymoon with her fiancé in Verona, Italy, where she meets with the “Secretaries of Juliet” who write replies to heartbroken girls’ letter to Juliet.

She finds a decades-old love letter and takes the challenge to help the writer find her long-lost lover.

 This is where the magic of the movie begins with the presence of the Chivalrous Christopher Egan, who plays Charlie Wyman, and Charming Venessa Redgrave, who plays Claire (The Writer of the decades-old letter).

On the Journey to find Claire’s long-lost lover, they discover each other and themselves. Sophie realizes the true meaning of love, and so does Charlie.

Director: Gary Winick

Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, Vanessa Redgrave, Gael Garcia Bernal, Franco Nero

Confessions of a Shopaholic 

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Love is not always about Romance. It can be about pairs of shoes, high-end designer bags, dresses, or a green scarf. Rebecca Bloomwood, played by Isla Fisher, is Addicted to Retail Therapy.

Rebecca is in debt because of her shopping addiction. When she gets the chance to land her dream job, she sees it as a chance to fulfill her dream and pay off her debt, but she’s unsuccessful in landing the job. Things get worse for her. She finds out the company she’s working at recently went bankrupt.

However, she accidentally bags a position, but her Charming and Handsome new boss Luke Brandon (Hugh Dancy), is unaware of her lies. Rebecca’s work is appreciated at her new job. 

Her work under ‘The Girl in the Green Scarf’ is very successful and applauded, but unable to clean up her crumbs, her lies catch up to her along with her shopping addiction and debt collector who makes her life more and more complicated, and when her lies are uncovered from the world, Rebecca finally makes amends for them.

Director: P. J. Hogan

Cast: Isla Fisher, Hugh Dancy, Krysten Ritter, Joan Cusack, Leslie Bibb

John Tucker Must Die 

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 This movie will keep your interest till the end because of its humor and sweetest traps.

This Revenge Comedy follows three heartbroken girls who unite to break the heart of a man named John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe), who has been cheating on all three of them. Furiously, all three pledge to humiliate him publicly and break his heart as revenge.

They find a quiet, almost invisible girl named Kate (Brittany Snow) as bait for John to get revenge on their triple-timing ex-boyfriend, but when real emotions get involved, and many other hearts also break, their plan is not working out as smoothly as they thought it would.

Director: Betty Thomas

Cast: Jesse Metcalfe, Brittany Snow, Sophia Bush, Arielle Kebbel, Ashanti, Penn Badgley, Jenny McCarthy

Oceans 8 

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This star-studded film falls on the High-end shelf of the Chick Flick category. There’s nothing a viewer can ask for more other than another sequel. Take a look at the cast.

This Film is the sequel to Ocean’s (a Trilogy). It follows Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock), who assembles an all-women team of bandits, swindlers, and connoisseurs of theft for a Heist at the Met Gala after coming out of jail, eyeing $ 150 million worth of Diamonds in three and a half weeks.

This movie will keep you on your toes and is a must-watch if you need a little break from romantic movies.

Director: Gary Ross

Cast: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Paul, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Awkwafina, Mindy Kaling, James Corden, George Clooney

Miss Congeniality 

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Fill up your wine glasses! Here is another female Action/Comedy film on this list; this movie follows a female tomboy FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock), who is sent on a mission as an undercover agent to pose as a ‘Miss United States Pageant’ contestant as a terrorist threatens the event.

Sophie, during her mission, makes friends and discovers other evil elements in the pageant. She is ready to take on whatever it takes to protect her friends from the threats.

She also attracts a lot of male attention, but one man’s attention is whom she is happy about. This movie will make you laugh seeing the struggling tomboy detective doing the ‘girly girl’ things to look the part.

Director: Donald Petrie

Cast: Sandra Bullock, Benjamin Bratt, Heather Burns, William Shatner, Michael Caine

Pitch Perfect 

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This movie is music to your ears and eyes. It follows College Freshman Beca (Anna Kendrick), who joins an all-female a cappella group called ‘The Bellas.’

She did not expect to be part of something so clique, but she soon started enjoying her new groupmates’ company. It is incredibly hilarious and has many lol moments.

Becca takes on the challenge to transform the group and take it out of its comfort zone, breaking traditional routines, diving into the world of harmonies, and winning the college music competition, especially against their rival, a cappella group called ‘The Treblemakers.’

Director: Jason Moore

Cast: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, Anna Camp, Skylar Austin

What a Girl Wants 

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This wholesome Film will make you tear up. It follows an American teenager named Daphne (Amanda Bynes) who goes to England to find her father, whom she has never met.

Upon arriving, she discovers that her father is Lord Henry Dashwood (Colin Firth), a British Upper-Class Politician.

Henry did not know until now that he had a daughter, but upon finding out, he welcomes Daphne into his life, a new family.

However, specific schemes are being laid out for personal advantage, threatening Daphne’s relationship with her dad and her parents, but soon unsettling truths are also uncovered.

Director: Dennie Gordon

Cast: Amanda Bynes, Colin Firth, Kelly Preston, Oliver James

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