The world is in chaos and we are stuck at home. So, what to do?
Here’s a list of the best feel-good movies that will distract you from the negativities outside. Sink in your couch and watch these movies that Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and other streaming services have to offer.
This feel-good ‘90s movie is packed with comedy that will keep you hooked. Watch Cher (Alicia Silverstone) go through her adolescent life in Clueless.
13 Going On 30
If you want to be “thirty, flirty, and thriving” even while in ECQ, watch this timeless rom-com starring Jennifer Garner. 13 Going on 30 is funny, relatable, and will give you all sorts of comedy.
This movie’s ultra-catchy soundtrack will instantly boost your mood! Plus, Mamma Mia takes place in a dreamy and beautiful island in Greece, so what more could you ask for?
Pursuit Of Happyness
What does happiness looks like? Based on a true story, The Pursuit of Happyness is a film about a salesman (Will Smith) who is making both ends meet while struggling with homelessness with his son.
Embrace your own peculiar with Danny DeVito’s adaptation of this children’s classic. Let Matilda, a free-spirited girl, take you to a roller coaster of adventure as she overcomes the bad guys with her own kind of magic— the power of kindness.
The Wedding Singer
If it’s an Adam Sandler film, it’s a feel-good movie for sure. The wedding singer, Robbie Hart (Sandler) is nursing a broken heart until Julia Sullivan (Drew Barrymore) comes along.
The Blind Side
The power of love is transforming and encompasses everything. Watch this powerful story of hope, love, and dreams as a rich couple (Sandra Bullock and Tim McGraw) takes in a homeless teenager and nurtures his talent into becoming a football powerhouse.
Crazy Rich Asians
One of 2018’s biggest flicks, Crazy Rich Asians stars Constance Wu and Henry Golding in a story how love transcends even centuries-old culture.
Keep your spirit up even in this trying times by allowing yourself to enjoy the things you love most. Not only that these feel-good movies will entertain you, but they’ll brighten your gloomy and boring COVID-19 quarantine days the moment the opening credits roll.