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5 Feel-Good Movies That’ll Definitely Make You Smile

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5 Feel-Good Movies That’ll Definitely Make You Smile

The best feel-good movies are not the ones that makes you bored and tired. The best feel-good movies are the ones that make you smile. They are the ones you look forward to seeing while you are less busy at work or when you are in bed.

All you need to do is to sink into your couch and watch the very best feel-good movies on your television or laptop. Not only are these movies entertaining, but they will brighten your not-so-sunny days. This is why we’ve come up with this list for you.

  1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

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If you’ve ever looked forward to seeing a perfect feel-good romance to better your day, then this is it. This movie is a charming young adult romantic comedy that tells a sweet and joyful story of young love for a modern audience. It follows  Lara-Jean, a girl whose secret love letters somehow get sent to her five crushes.  So, you should check it out if you have not.

  1. Sister Act

This film focuses on a lady who witnesses her mobster boyfriend killing an employee. She is then hidden in a convent under a witness protection program. She soon makes friends with the nuns in the convent. After mother superior catches her going out to the bar at night with some nuns, she orders her to join the church choir, only to find her coaching the choir and tuning them into swinging singing sisters. However, will her boyfriend track her down? You should find out the answer.

  1. Girls Trip

This is also another interesting movie you really do not want to miss. The 2017 comedy talks about the Flossy Posse reunion. They take a trip to the annual Essene Festival in New Orleans to relive their college days. The ladies find out there is more to life and sisterhood than drunken nights, dance parties and more.

  1. Matilda

This is another feel-good movie to watch. Matilda’s positive energy in this 1996 magical film is contagious. Her parents are basically the worst and her school principal is a tyrant. Well, Matilda maintains a sunny outlook which is an attribute to learn from.

  1. Mamma Mia!

The 2008 seasonal movie is the story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father. A young girl about to be married discovers in her mother’s diary that any one of three strangers could be her father. So, she invites all three to the wedding without telling her mother. Imagine the drama this creates.

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With these movies, you can be assured that you will get your time’s worth and have a smile on your face throughout.

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