These Are the 7 Best Movies to Watch With Friends

Now and Then: The 1995 comedy-drama remains an iconic coming-of-age film for elder millennials, stirring nostalgia and likely having one of the four main characters (Roberta, Chrissy, Samantha, and Teeny) they related to the most.

Clueless: A quintessential chick flick from the '90s, "Clueless" remains a go-to movie for both nostalgic rewinds and present-day enjoyment, even if you couldn't relate to the rich-girl protagonist, Cher.

Barbie: In 2023, "Barbie" stands as the ultimate girls' movie, offering a nostalgic trip and imparting life lessons for those who revisited it.

Father of the Bride Part II: The sequel to "Father of the Bride" turns the nightmare of finding out your mom is pregnant at the same time as you into an endearing classic mid-1990s comedy.

Girls Trip:"Girls Trip" provides a vicarious adventure for those grappling with the challenges of busy lives, featuring a tight-knit group of friends played by Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, and Regina Hall in a chaotic ensemble comedy.

Bridesmaids: Exploring the ups and downs of friendships when invited to join a friend's bridal party, "Bridesmaids" is a film that hilariously and cringingly captures the essence of this ultimate friendship milestone.

Mean Girls: Nearly two decades since its release, "Mean Girls" remains a classic high school movie, with millennials still quoting lines, and its relatable content likely resonating with today's teenagers.