You Do You by Sarah Knight
Again, this has the same balance between tough love and gentle reassurance.
How To Be Single (2016) Directed by Christian Ditter
I honestly cannot recommend this film enough. It’s one of my all-time favourites and not because it reminds me of my own breakup experiences (watch Trainwreck for that). Not only does Dakota Johnson prove that a terrible script like Fifty Shades of Grey can ruin even a talent like her but Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann, and Jake Lacy have some of the best comedic chemistry I have seen in a long time. The premise of the film doesn’t do it justice. It’s not solely a break-up film but more so a guide to learning to be content on your own and the difficulties that come along with that. But even if you don’t care to read too much into any of that, it’s hilarious and an easy watch so give it a try!
The Greatest Showman (2017) Directed by Michael Gracey
Historical inaccuracies and glamorisation of an awful human being aside, this is the best musical ever ever ever. And I don’t even like musicals. So there you go. If you disagree though please do be sure to never speak to me again.