List | Top 10 Best Chick Flicks of All Time

Amidst your incredibly hectic life, let’s say you finally found time for some fun ! 🙂

Whether you’re planning a pamper day slash staycation alone…

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or an all nighter with your #Squad…

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…there’s always room for one chick flick, or maybe three.

I’ve made a roundup of the 10 Best Chick Flicks of All Time to help you weed out the best from the rest. There is absolutely no excuse not to see each and every single one of these classic films. Zero.

Now all you need is junk food, some sheet mask and you’re all set!

PRETTY WOMAN (1990)

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Why watch it? Because at one point, Richard Gere wakes Julia Roberts up and says “Wake Up… Time to shop.” Whaaaat?! Shut up and take my body! jk. Seriously though, it’s a story about Cinder-fuckin-rella and that sh*t never gets old ❤

Favorite Line:

Edward Lewis: So what happens after he climbs up and rescues her?

Vivian: She rescues him right back.

Awww…. ❤

MEAN GIRLS (2004)

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Why watch it? Because it has Regina George in it, that’s why. There is a reason behind Mean Girls being a cult classic. Heck, it started a whole revolution!

Favorite Line : 

When Damian went in dressed as Santa and gave away candy canes and said :

“..and none for Gretchen Wieners. Bye.”

We all know there’s too many though, right? You can literally make a whole book out of it. Quoting Mean Girls has become universally acceptable, like using VISA. I know one’s not gonna be enough, so if you want more Mean Girls quotes, (assuming you haven’t memorized each and every line by now, which is really not likely…) you can find a collection of Mean Girls quotes HERE.

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961)

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Why watch it? There’s one too many reason to watch it. Audrey Hepburn is a friggin’ goddess and just watching her breathe is  reason enough (I sound like a total stalker…) and this movie is in itself an iconic film. This should definitely be on your movie bucket list!

Favorite Line: 

Holly Golightly: I’m like cat here, a no-name slob. We belong to nobody, and nobody belongs to us. We don’t even belong to each other.

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (2006)

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Why watch it? This movie just turned 10 years old this year and I think I’ve seen it 40 times within that duration. You won’t get enough of all of Anne Hathaway’s stylish changes. In case you didn’t know, Patricia Field styled all of Anne’s outfits for the movie, and she also ONLY happens to be the Costume Designer for the whole Sex and The City series. Also, I’m just really thankful I don’t work for Miranda Priestly…

Favorite Line: 

Emily: [to Andy] You sold your soul to the devil when you put on your first pair of Jimmy Choo’s, I saw it.

CLUELESS (1995)

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Why watch it? There’s make over, really good sound track, funny one-liners, and Alicia Silverstone is really just a sweet, innocent, good-willing upper class girl going through life and falling in love.

Favorite Line: 

Amber: Ms. Stoeger, my plastic surgeon doesn’t want me doing any activity where balls fly at my nose.

Dionne: Well, there goes your social life.

PITCH PERFECT (2012)

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Why watch it? With the second movie coming out only this year, Pitch Perfect is still on a roll, still a pop culture phenomenon. It’s just really lighthearted and full of humorous quotable one liners. Pitch Perfect is charming movie that will make you sing, laugh, cry and wish you had a bunch of girl friends who hung out like this.

Favorite Line: 

Aubrey: What’s your name?

Fat Amy: Fat Amy.

Aubrey: You call yourself Fat Amy?

Fat Amy: Yeah, so twig bitches like you don’t do it behind my back.

THE NOTEBOOK (2004)

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Why watch it? If there is one single romance movie to cover all romantic movies ever made, this is it. A story of one great love to last a lifetime. Whether you’re seeing it for the first time or for the 20th time, (I don’t blame you) be sure to have your tissue on hand. This is going to be one helluva tear fest.

Favorite Line: 

Young Noah: So it’s not gonna be easy. It’s going to be really hard; we’re gonna have to work at this everyday, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, everyday. You and me… everyday.

THE PROPOSAL (2009)

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Why watch it? I have three words for why you should watch it and I’m pretty sure this is all you will need. Ready? Ryan. Reynolds. Naked. (Boom! Mic drop.)

Favorite Line: 

Margaret Tate: What am I allergic to?

Andrew Paxton: Pine nuts, and the full spectrum of human emotion.

BRING IT ON (2000)

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Why watch it? An excellent film for all ages. Bring It On 1 started a whole installation of Bring It On film series. I mean, who doesn’t like a good cheer dance? And that Swimfan boy is a cutie. Also, the spirit fingers. How can you forget the spirit fingers?!

Favorite Line: 

Courtney: Why does everyone have to go on a diet?

Sparky: Because! In cheer leading we throw people into the air. And fat people don’t go as high.

13 GOING ON 30 (2004)

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Why watch it? It’s an endearing fantasy RomCom about a 13-year old girl who wakes up having a 30-year old Fashion Magazine Editor’s life. How can that not be fun? Oh, and Jennifer Garner surprisingly has such good on-screen chemistry with Mark Ruffalo in this movie and it is just the sweetest.

Favorite Line: 

Jenna: Wait, listen to me. I’m 13!

Lucy: Jenna, if you’re gonna start lying about your age, I’d go with 27.

There are really just so many chick flicks to consider, but we can’t fit them all in here. So maybe in the next roundup? 🙂 In the mean time…

*Grabs popcorn*

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xoxo,

T L B C  ❤

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2 thoughts on “List | Top 10 Best Chick Flicks of All Time

  1. Pretty Woman and The Notebook! Heck yeah, those two are without a doubt absolute classics. One of my personal favorites is How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days. That one just never gets old, still gets me every time. Loving this article, and the quotes. It’s like a trip down memory lane.

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