1.The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)

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Judd Apatow’s first performance was funny and had a lot of heart. Andy Stitzer (Steve Carrel) is a handsome 40-year-old man who works at his local electronics store. Outside, he seemed happy with his life, but one night Poker left it to his friends that he had never been close to a woman. The friends then make it their mission for Andy to meet “The one”.


2.Bring It On (2000)

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The heerocracy may not be the most widely accepted form of government, but it did work for Rancho Carne Toros when they installed a more kind-hearted captain at the top in the form of Kirsten Dunst’s Torrance. She helped them reach a new level of mutual respect with their closest rival, the East Compton Clovers (led by Gabrielle Union’s Isis). Maybe governments around the world should pay attention?


3.Freaky Friday (2003)

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This remake of the 1976 classic is an early youth film. Come for the hilarious fun and the end of the mother-daughter-physical relationship between Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her angry teenage daughter Anna (Lindsay Lohan). Incredible melodies – all these years later, “Ultimate” by Anna’s Pink Slip still retains.


4.Legally Blonde (2001)

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When your boyfriend throws you away and goes to Harvard Law School because you are too “blonde”, you go to law school and prove that you are prettier. Elle Woods Reese Witherspoon soon realized she had to do more than make her stand out at her college in LA to win him back and close her case. Why is it so difficult?


5.Mean Girls (2004)

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High school comedy written by Tina Fey is pop culture in the 00s. Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), a new girl at school, is captured by the uber-cool girl group “The Plastics”. Everything went well until Cady opened her eyes to the leader, who was Regina George’s boyfriend (Rachel McAdams).


6.13 Going on 30 (2004)

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Her 13th birthday wish came true Jenna Rink (played by teenager Christa B. Allen and adult by Jennifer Garner) quickly learns that puberty is not everything. It is broken. But that won’t stop us from wanting to be 30 years old, flirting and succeeding at every opportunity we get if there is a chance one day to save a boring party with a well-timed “Thriller” dance. Perfect.


7.She’s the Man (2006)

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This is one of the funniest romantic stories ever. Amanda Bynes plays the role of Viola, a football player who impersonates her twin brother Sebastian to play in the elite boarding school team. There she met Duke (Channing Tatum) school actress and soon a chaotic network of real and fake relationships exploded.


8.Catch Me If You Can (2002)

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Show that the character played by young Leonardo DiCaprio can convince people of everything, including a career as a pilot, doctor and lawyer. In the film, the young scammer is tracked across the country by an investigator identified by Tom Hanks.


9.The Princess Diaries (2001)

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Princess Diaries really never gets old. What could be better than watching a young woman (played by Anne Hathaway in what became her actress) gradually but surely know that she has the power and grace needed to occupy her rightful place? A princess of Geno via in herself !


10.Mamma Mia (2008)

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Has anyone called for one of the best music films ever made? Because Mama Mama answered. Bride Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) doesn’t know who her real father is, despite begging her mother (Meryl Streep) To find the answer. For some reason, instead of walking down the aisle alone, she invited her three potential fathers to the wedding. There is a lot of ABBA music and dance that is just as amazing as all the actors.