Looking for the perfect movie to watch on a Girls Night in? We’ve got you covered whatever your crew’s mood.
Mansfield Park (1999)
Enjoy an inventive and sensual adaptation of a Jane Austen classic. Bonus: It counts toward your 52 Films By Women viewing!
Becoming Jane (2007)
Make it an Austen double-feature by pairing Mansfield Park with this whimsical biopic about the astonishing author.
Legally Blonde (2001)
Fed up with being underestimated? Follow Elle Woods’ example: Don’t let it get you down. Wear pink, and carry on.
Come for the darling romance of boy meets star, stay for Michelle Pfeiffer as the sultry and merciless witch we all long to be.
Bring It On (2000)
The greatest cheerleading movie the world has ever seen will make you want to stand up and…shout with joy.
Anna Karenina (2012)
Daringly staged, ravishingly costumed, and brilliantly cast, Joe Wright’s rapturous tearjerker will have you swooning one moment, and grasping for the tissues the next.
13 Going on 30 (2004)
Jennifer Garner. Mark Ruffalo. ’80s nostaligia. It’s Big for girls, and it’s all kinds of charming.
The Babadook (2014)
Seeking something scary? There are scads of great options. But at the top of our must-see list is this compelling and terrifying tale of a widowed single mom fighting to protect her child from a mysterious monster.
Life Partners (2014)
Leighton Meester and Gillian Jacobs star in this nuanced and funny story of female friendship.
Working Girl (1988)
Had a shit week in the office? Kick back for some quality time with Tess McGill, who has a mind for business and a body for sin.
The Holiday (2006)
Know someone going through a brutal break-up? Cheer them up with Nancy Meyers’ charming rom-com that has both Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz finding new love in new locales.
Enchanting and odd, this French romp pairs wonderfully with some chilled white wine and chocolate.
Cruel Intentions (1999)
A steamy teen movie with sex, love, incest, and Sarah Michelle Gellar as a classy coke fiend, this salacious modern spin on Dangerous Liaisons will have you collectively squealing. Just don’t let it lead you to embrace a revival of ’90s fashion. That’s best left to our foolish youth, along with Ryan Phillippe.
Practical Magic (1998)
The Craft isn’t streaming. But this quirky comedy about a pair of witchy sisters (Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman) is!
Save The Last Dance (2001)
Revisit this 2000s hit, and relive the joy of watching Julia Stiles get down and fall hard for the dreamy Sean Patrick Thomas.
This deliciously dark comedy cemented our love of Winona Ryder and lust for Christian Slater. Big Fun.
My Girl (1991)
Behold the coming-of-age drama that can turn any grown-ass woman into a weeping little girl with the phrase, “He can’t see without his glasses!”
For a Good Time Call (2012)
Lusting for something raunchy, sassy, and funny as fuck? Check out this underseen gem! (Or peruse our picks for the funniest movies on Netflix. )