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Best Comfort Movies For When You're in a Bad Mood

Buzz In: What's Your Comfort Movie?

You're sick, you just got fired, you just got dumped . . . or you're just so bummed out you don't want to leave the couch. And what's the best thing to do when you've exiled yourself to the sofa? Put on a movie, obviously. We learned from this week's episode of Glee that Mr. Schuester's comfort movie is Singin' in the Rain, and that reminded me that everyone has their go-to film when they're down.

Mine is my all-time favorite movie High Fidelity — the subject matter (relationships) isn't always relevant to what's bothering me, but I love putting it on and knowing every line of dialogue and every scene that's coming. What's yours? Is it something you find comfort in because it's familiar, like mine, or is it something that's more warm and fuzzy?

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QueenB75 QueenB75 5 years
Four Brothers- watching marky mark blow stuff up just de-stresses me :)
reesiecup reesiecup 5 years
I love British comedies and rom-coms to cheer me up or just for fun
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
Terminator 2, Independence Day, and Home Alone. I know, random...
peatree peatree 5 years
The Wedding Planner because I watched it repeatedly when I was told by my mom, when I was 10, that my favorite fifth grade teacher had just died in surgery. Besides, that all of the Ace Venture movies, The Wedding Singer, and Romeo Must Die. They all make me feel better in some way or another.
peatree peatree 5 years
THe Wedding Planner because I waatched it repeatedly when I was told by my mom when I was 10, that my favorite fifth grade teacher had just died in surgery. Besides, that all of the Ace Venture movies, The Wedding Singer, and Romeo Must Die. They all make me feel better in some way or another.
BubbleSpice BubbleSpice 5 years
Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Clueless, or The Hudsucker Proxy. All about second chances in some way or another, which is always uplifting!
Pistil Pistil 5 years
The Wedding Singer
stephley stephley 5 years
Practical Magic
susanec susanec 5 years
Sliding Doors, I just love it.
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 5 years
Steel Magnolias, without a doubt, works for me, no matter the situation.
longhornlass04 longhornlass04 5 years
I also love High Fidelity, except I sing along with the soundtrack. Second fav is Marie Antoinette. It's one of those movies you can put on and just not focus on what they're saying b/c it's so visually delicious and the soundtrack is amazing
demarco11 demarco11 5 years
Beauty and the Beast and Sweet Home Alabama (it's not the greatest movie, but for some reason i just love it)
tlsgirl tlsgirl 5 years
Mine are Empire Records, Legally Blonde, and any of the Harry Potter movies. I think Empire Records wins though - I once watched it multiple times in one day after a particularly stomach-churning final exam.
kimmieb124 kimmieb124 5 years
The Holiday and Breakfast at Tiffany's
Lavinie Lavinie 5 years
love actually! i just love that movie - i can watch it all day long :-)
jadenirvana jadenirvana 5 years
Legally Blonde! Watching Elle throw chocolates at the screen screaming "Liar!" always cheers me up!
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