Look, for all the single ladies out there, Valentine's Day has been a source of heartache for way too long. It's time we change the tune. Throw out the bonbons and ditch the tissues. Keep the wine, of course. OK, maybe keep the bonbons, too.
But most importantly, swap out that sad, sappy movie for one that will have you giggling all night long. Heck, make it a marathon and watch two or three of these priceless gems.
Even if you're in a relationship, a night snuggling on the couch with one of these films is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. (Valentine's Day is on a Wednesday this year, after all.)
No matter your Valentine's Day status, this list is full of your favorite funny, classic chick flicks sure to brighten up any Valentine's Day stupor.
Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey make the perfect mismatched pair in this movie about a man and a woman who make a bet that pairs them together for better or worse.
Arguably Renee Zellweger's best role ever. In a quest to improve herself, a British woman keeps a diary that documents her unexpected year of love.
Richard Gere and Julia Roberts make one of the most iconic film duos ever in this film about a prostitute and a businessman who unexpectedly fall in love.
A Type-A boss pushes her assistant into a marriage proposal so she won't get deported back to Canada.
Oh, Heath Ledger, how I could watch thee singing on those stairs all day! This '90s retelling of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew is dripping with high school nostalgia and cheesy goodness.
A second chance at ill-fated high school love leads to a lot of laughs in this classic rom-com.
Seth Rogan and Katherine Heigl star as a mismatched pair who, after a one-night stand, decide to commit to having their baby despite the odds.
My favorite movie of all time. And just in case that isn't enough of a sell, it's a love story to end all love stories.
Steve Carell is a 40-year-old virgin. Need I say more?
I'm not Josie Grossie anymore! Or is she? Drew Barrymore stars as a woman who gets a second chance at high school.
Really, I just remember this movie from the iconic scene where Will Smith's character has an allergic reaction and his face blows up like a balloon. Classic.
Katherine Heigl has really just nailed the chick flick genre. This film takes the saying "always a bridesmaid, never a bride" to a whole new level. Heigl plays a woman who has been a bridesmaid in 27 weddings, and now the man she secretly loves is getting married to her younger sister.
Reese Witherspoon stars as a fashion designer who is forced to confront her country past in order to make her divorce official.
Jennifer Garner stars as a 13-year-old girl who makes a wish and winds up in her 30-year-old body.
Amy Schumer stars as the trainwreck of this tale: a commitment-phobic career woman who meets a nice guy who challenges her to take on the world.
Less a love story and more a friend-love story, Bridesmaids stars Kristin Wiig as an out-of-work pastry chef whose best friend's wedding brings out the worst.
Can a man and a woman be friends without sex getting in the way? That's the question explored in this classic rom-com starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal.
Adam Sandler's hair alone is enough to make you laugh in this film, and that's before the plot even gets started. Sandler and Drew Barrymore star as two people who are both engaged to the wrong people.
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