Whether you’ve seen them a million times or not met for quite a long time, BFFs are always the special part of our lives. It’s hard to keep up with our BFFs, especially when we become adults and are always caught in between work, family and more. But mind you, they’re more than teenage-friendship-movies, and might not be what you expect to be a lovely, charming, buddy movie. So, whenever you’re looking for little escapades, just grab some popcorn, drinks, your BFF and enjoy these movies!
- Frances Ha
Shot in black and white as a homage to French cinema, the movie revolves around Frances (Greta Gerwig) and her best friend Sophie (Mickey Sumner) who were once an inseparable duo, slowly drifts apart as Sophie gets into a serious relationship.
As Frances Ha teaches us, you can’t stop friendship from changing but you can definitely learn to grow and endure the changes. Also, it’s best for us to understand that true friendship never depends on the “hours spent”.
What will you do when one fine day you realize you’re suffering from “neurofibrosarcoma schwannoma”? (A doctorate term for spine tumor)
When Adam (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a 27-year-old radio producer breaks this news to his motor-mouthed friend Kyle (Seth Rogen), he can’t resist from helping to know whether there are truly 50-50 chances of his BF to survive as the Google says.
- Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
The 1997 cult starring Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino as Michele and Romy respectively, is a must watch with your girl BFFs. The two women, curled up on their beds, have been besties since high school. And now, in LA, pushing 30, still single but still making the dance club scene and looking for Mr. OK.
Everything was exciting until they’re invited to their high school reunion. They were the “kooks” back in High school, but now they decide to make an impression. Will they? Gotta watch the movie!
- Hidden Figures
A highly anticipated movie of 2016, Hidden Figures is a movie about racism, rocket science, protagonists, and friendship. Based loosely on 1962 orbit mission of America, the movie aptly defines the connection between three extraordinary colored women-mathematicians.
The personal and professional equations between Katherine, Janelle and Dorothy provides many layers of experiences. Whether the women are driving to work or bonding in a personal capacity, their girly banter evokes laughter, shows up their foibles on being a woman and what does friendship mean.
- Midnight Run
The chemistry between Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin in 1988’s Midnight Run is a delight, both to eyes and heart. It is one of the greatest Hollywood “buddy” movies, except they’re enemies more than pals.
Car chases, bullets, fights, blunt dialogue, and everything else makes this movie a must-watch for those who like to see friendship bonding from all possible places.
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