Galentine's movies on Netflix: the BEST Galentine's movies to stream with your friends

Galentine's movies on Netflix: the BEST Galentine's movies to stream with your friends

Galentine's Day is a holiday for all ladies - single or otherwise. Celebrate your best gal-pals by curling up for a night of Netflix, take-aways, a

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Galentine’s Day is a holiday for all ladies – single or otherwise. Celebrate your best gal-pals by curling up for a night of Netflix, take-aways, and plenty of chocolate. These are best Galentine’s movies to stream on Netflix…

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: “What if all the crushes you ever had found out how you felt about them…all at once?

“Lara Jean Song Covey’s (Lana Condor) love life goes from imaginary to out of control when the love letters for every boy she’s ever loved—five in all– are mysteriously mailed out.”

Dumplin’: “Dumplin’ (Danielle Macdonald) is the plus-size, teenage daughter of a former beauty queen (Jennifer Aniston), who signs up for her mom’s pageant as a protest that escalates when other contestants follow her footsteps, revolutionizing the pageant and their small Texas town.”

Pitch Perfect: “College student Beca (Anna Kendrick) knows she does not want to be part of a clique, but that’s exactly where she finds herself after arriving at her new school.

“Thrust in among mean gals, nice gals and just plain weird gals, Beca finds that the only thing they have in common is how well they sing together.

“She takes the women of the group out of their comfort zone of traditional arrangements and into a world of amazing harmonic combinations in a fight to the top of college music competitions.”

Legally Blonde: “Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) has it all. She wants nothing more than to be Mrs Warner Huntington III.

“But there is one thing stopping him (Matthew Davis) from proposing: She is too blond so Elle rallies all of her resources and gets into Harvard, determined to win him back.”

Mamma Mia: “Donna (Meryl Streep), an independent hotelier in the Greek islands, is preparing for her daughter’s wedding with the help of two old friends.

“Meanwhile Sophie, the spirited bride, has a plan. She secretly invites three men from her mother’s past in hope of meeting her real father and having him escort her down the aisle on her big day.”

Julie and Julia: “Frustrated with a soul-killing job, New Yorker Julie Powell (Amy Adams) embarks on a daring project.

She vows to prepare all 524 recipes in Julia Childs’ landmark cookbook, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.”

“Intertwined with Julie’s story is the true tale of how Julia Child (Meryl Streep) herself conquered French cuisine with passion, fearlessness, and plenty of butter.”

Baby Mama: “When single executive Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey) decides the time is right to finally have a baby, she hires a working-class woman (Amy Poehler) from South Philadelphia to act as her surrogate mother.

“However, Kate’s careful planning goes out the window when the woman shows up on her doorstep needing a place to live.

“A comic battle of wills breaks out between the pair as they prepare for the blessed event and try not to kill one another in the process.”

My Best Friend’s Wedding: “Childhood friends Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) and Michael O’Neal (Dermot Mulroney) had a deal to marry each other if they were still single by age 28.

“Now, four days before her 28th birthday, O’Neil announces that he’s marrying a gorgeous 20-year-old named Kimberly (Cameron Diaz).

“Suddenly realizing that she’s actually in love with him, Julianne vows to stop the wedding at all costs.

“However, when she is appointed maid of honour, things get even more complex.

Head to Netflix to stream all night long this Galentine’s Day.

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