We know that we all love a good chick flick (even boys!). How could we not? They're light, fluffy, and filled with ridiculously gorgeous women! And gentlemen, we all know that the true way to a lady's heart is by getting Notebooked... Don't you? (The Notebook would definitely be #1, so I decided to stick with the '90s.)
The greatest thing about a chick flick is that it doesn't use up half as many brain cells as any regular movie. They're senseless. And we love them.
10. Boys and Girls
Remember when Freddie Prinze, Jr. was the it-boy when it came to chick flicks? He does carry numbers 2 and 10 on this list, so he must have done something right! The geek-look in this one wasn't so appealing, though...
Even though this film wasn't so positively received by critics or the box office, it's definitely still a fun movie to watch!
9. Drive Me Crazy
Just like Boys and Girls, this movie wasn't such a success and sort of falls under the category of 'so-bad-that-it's-good.' Being named after a Britney Spears pop hit doesn't really help its case.
Nonetheless, it was great watching Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Mr. Entourage himself chick-flick it out in this stereotypical story of the boy falling for the girl next door.
8. Get Over It
Now this was just splendid! The whole play-within-a-movie thing worked out perfectly, and who can ever forget Shane West performing as a 'Swing Town Lad'?!
Along with the storyline being quirky and different, it's filled with a star-studded cast! Mila Kunis, Colin Hanks, Kirsten Dunst... Fun, fun, fun! And if you plan on watching it soon, be sure to catch the unrated version where you can find Carmen Electra's insanely wild cameo in its entirety!
7. Can't Hardly Wait
However unoriginal this was, it's definitely still a classic. Jennifer Love Hewitt shined as the luscious Amanda and we all gushed over the poor nerd that just wanted to express his feelings to the beauty. Plus, there's Seth Green!
And who can ever forget that slow-motion montage of JLH's? Not Another Teen Movie sure didn't when they cast Lacey Chabert, JLH's long-time co-star in Party of Five, as her mock character! Oh, and this guy's in it!
6. Legally Blonde
Two words: Elle Woods. This woman has redefined the typical blonde and transformed her into a mean lean law-fighting machine! I don't know about you, but I still remember how to do the bend-and-snap! Whoever doesn't want a part three is insane!
And unlike the next movie on the list's devastating sequel, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blue is right up there with the original!
5. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
Not one person on this planet can deny that Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow nailed it and made this film one tongue-in-cheek giggle fest never to be forgotten! (Which also includes one of Janeane Garofalo's best comedic performances ever!)
Caution: Steer clear of the sequel that was made in the 2000s... Not only did it not star a single actor from the first and sucks on every level possible, it went straight to DVD. EW.
4. 10 Things I Hate Abut You
Rest assured, William Shakespeare is not tossing around in his grave as a result of this re-telling of The Taming of the Shrew because it was sheer brilliance! Hats off to the wonderful Julia Stiles for delivering an amazing shrew!
Oh, and in regards to the show... Can we pretend that never happened? Please?
3. Bring It On
Why, you ask? Well, maybe because they're sexy, they're cute, and they're popular to boot! This raunchy cheerleader tale makes for one of the best chick flicks out there today and is still worshiped globally.
If only they didn't have to go and butcher it by making God knows how many straight-to-DVD sequels... Sensing a pattern here, guys?
2. She's All That
Although Rachel Leigh Cook was definitely *not* an ugly duckling, it was still fun watching her transform into the popular fashionista in this chick flick cult classic!
And who doesn't miss Freddie Prinze, Jr. whisking the ladies off their feet? Now I'm ashamed I didn't throw Head Over Heels on the list!
The mother of all chick flicks, ladies and gentlemen! "As if" is a statement that has become highly prominent in society today, and that's all due to Alicia Silverstone's beautiful performance as Cher Horowitz! And fun fact: this was a re-telling of Jane Austin's whimsical novel, Emma.
And there you have it, folks! Any questions, any comments? Let me know what you think! Which one was your favorite? Did I forget something?