5 movies that will make you happy to be single

Yes, singles also have the right to their international day, and it’s this Wednesday, November 11. If you too keep asking questions about your celibacy, these films will remind you how right you are to take your time and that being alone can be a lot funnier than you think. So grab your popcorn and play down, because let’s be honest, your dating friends are a bit envious of you.

Because you have to take advantage of your celibacy: Single, user manual

Succeeding in celibacy is not that easy. In New York, the search for love is an obstacle course that not everyone wants to face. Newly single, Alice must learn to live on her own and take advantage of her celibacy. An American comedy as we like them with crazy characters and an end that does not come straight out of a fairy tale.

By Christian Ditter
With Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann, Alison Brie
Available on Amazon Prime Video

Because you have to know yourself above all: Eat. Pray. Love

Risk everything to find each other. Liz Gilbert wants to take charge of her life after her difficult divorce. She then decides to treat herself to a year. A year to look at herself. A year to find the taste of his own life. To travel, to open up to the world, to enjoy life to the fullest. There is nothing wrong with taking your time.

By Ryan Murphy
With Julia Roberts, Viola Davis, James Franco, Javier Bardem
Available on Netflix

Because it is better to be alone than in bad company: Seriously Single

Do you also know this girl who wants to be in a relationship at all costs? By dint of clinging to men, Dineo loses sight of his own values. This is without counting on her best friend Noni who intends to remind her of it. A film filled with clichés, but terribly fun to remind us that being afraid of being alone shouldn’t make us accept anyone just because of social pressure.

By Katleho Ramaphakela, Rethabile Ramaphakela
With Fulu Mugovhani, Tumi Morake, Bohang Moeko
Available on Netflix

Because the best is yet to come: A good person

Jenny has just been dumped by her boyfriend after a nine-year relationship when she has to leave New York for San Francisco because of her new job. In full depression, she reunites her best friends to overcome this terrible breakup, but flashbacks keep coming back to her memory about her past love story. Between the new life that awaits her across the country and her old life in the Big Apple, Jenny quickly realizes that the change she so fears is inevitable. On closer inspection, this is not necessarily a bad thing.

By Jennifer Kaytin Robinson
With Gina Rodriguez, Brittany Snow, DeWanda Wise
Available on Netflix

Because it’s not just children in life: The single mothers club

They are certainly mothers who do all they can for their children, but they are still women. Singles, moreover. The five women are forced to join forces to stage a charity auction after their children are caught smoking and tagging their own school. Very quickly, they set up their own support group. Yes, there is a life apart from children and these courageous women intend to take advantage of theirs.

By Tyler Perry
With Nia Long, Amy Smart, Cocoa Brown, Terry Crews, William Levy, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ryan Eggold, Zulay Henao
Available on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, myCanal

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