If a three-day spree in Las Vegas isn’t quite your bachelorette party style, why not host a bachelorette movie night? Scroll through this master list of movies to find the perfect set of flicks to watch with your bridal party, from guilty pleasures to laugh-out-loud, girl power comedies. Gather your ladies and favorite snacks, mix a fun cocktail and settle in for a bachelorette movie marathon.
Available on DVD
Magic Mike (2012)
Strip club, schmip club—get all the rock hard abs, chiseled jaw lines and impressive dance moves you’ll ever need from this raunchy flick without leaving your couch.
Prepare to laugh out loud. Follow the hilarious foibles of the bride-to-be and her five quirky bridesmaids who can barely keep it together.
When an uptight overachiever learns a girl she used to make fun of in school is getting married before her, she has to suck it up and be her maid of honor, but not without some serious mishaps.
Sex and the City: The Movie (2008)
This movie centers on the beloved girlfriend quartet of Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda, but this time around, they have Carrie’s luxe, metropolitan wedding to plan and attend—if the groom, Mr. Big, doesn’t get cold feet.
Available to Stream
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)
Another gal-pal favorite, this coming of age movie will give you just the right dose of nostalgia and remind you how lucky you are to have all your best friends by your side. But better hurry, it leaves Netflix on June 1.
Bride and Prejudice (2004)
The music, the dancing, the gorgeous saris and, of course, some Jane Austen–inspired love and misunderstanding. Bride and Prejudice is nothing but fun for the whole group.
Pitch Perfect 2 (2015)
The Barden Bellas are back in this “aca-awesome” sequel. Girl power? Check. Cover songs? Duh. A little romance? Of course. And this time, the group takes on Europe!
Legally Blonde (2001)
Elle Woods is the ultimate role model: beauty and brains with the biggest heart, pulled together with impeccable style. Plus, when her boyfriend dumps her for, what he thinks, is something better, she sets out to prove there’s no such thing.
The Princess Bride (1987)
A downright classic, this one’s an all-around feel-good film. It’s a rom-com and fairy tale adventure rolled into one, with a spectacular cast of characters, an iconic “mawwiage” scene and some fabulous wedding tiaras.
Failure to Launch (2006)
Sometimes, you just need a little Matthew McConaughey in your life—even if his character is a grown man who still lives with his mom and dad (a small deviation from his role as aging male stripper and nightclub patriarch in Magic Mike).
The Prince and Me (2004)
The Prince and Me is the sweet story of two college students, from very different backgrounds (she’s from a farming family, he’s the prince of Denmark) who fall in love and have some serious decisions to make.