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The Best Movies About Being Single  

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List Rules Movies about the simplicity of being single and the single life.

There’s nothing better than having the perfect movie to watch if you’re feeling lonely or have just gone through a bad break up. Movies about being single can be hilarious, make us feel better about our situation, be inspirational, glamorize the single life, or just flat out make us mad enough to want revenge on our ex! What are the best movies about being single?
 
Some of the movies featured on this list might not be the most famous ones in movie history, but they can be perfect for satisfying your movie cravings! The movies on this list range from comedies, dramas, thrillers vibe, and inspirational feel-good times. Whatever you're in the mood for, single guy, or single girl, there's a single-dom film for you.
 
This list has the best movies about being single, including Casablanca, Once, I Hate Valentine’s Day, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Bridget Jones’s Diary. Vote for your favorite film below, or add one you love that isn't already on the list.

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Jon Hamm, Idina Menzel, Michael Ealy
Kissing Jessica Stein is a 2001 American independent romantic comedy film, written and co-produced by the film's stars, Jennifer Westfeldt and Heather Juergensen. The film also stars Tovah ...more
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I Hate Valentine’s Day
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Eliza Dushku, Jack Black, Janeane Garofalo
Bye Bye Love is a 1995 American comedy-drama film that deals with the central issue of divorce. It was directed by Sam Weisman and written by Gary David Goldberg and Brad Hall. It stars Matthew ...more
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Betty Connell
She-Devils On Wheels is a 1968 American exploitation film about an all-female motorcycle gang called The Man-Eaters, directed and produced by Herschell Gordon Lewis.
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Mary-Louise Parker, Matt Dillon, William Hurt
Mr. Wonderful is a 1993 romantic comedy film directed by Academy Award winning director Anthony Minghella. The film stars Matt Dillon, Annabella Sciorra, and features one of the few appearances ...more