You’ve always loved the idea of a sleepover. It may have upgraded from ice cream tubs and matching socks to take-outs and well, no socks, but the essence of a sleepover remains the same—to take a break from reality and delve into little bubbled fantasies that only you and your besties would share. Now what better way to add some drama to this night than by watching your fave movies together? Here is list of our most recommended movies for your next slumber party
 

The Notebook

The Notebook

You’ve probably already watched this movie before, more times than you’re willing to admit. Well, we don’t blame you. The Notebook is a classic.

Watch it with—A friend who wouldn’t mind a little sap.

 

The Orphanage

The Orphanage

One of the scariest movies till date, The Orphanage is a good pick for girls who’d like to be scared without being disgusted with violence and bloodshed.

Watch it with—A friend who counts The Shining as one of her fave movies.

 

Queen

Queen

Queen is all the motivation one needs to get through a rough patch and realize there’s more to the future than what’s in the past.

Watch it with—A friend who just went through a breakup.

 

Interstellar

Interstellar

For a night away from the mush and the scare, Interstellar’s great to have your brain juices churning into the million-gazillion possibilities of the universe.

Watch it with—A friend whose brains you’d like to pick.

 

The Perks of being a Wallflower

The Perks of being a Wallflower

Adapted from a novel by the same name, The Perks of being a Wallflower is for teenagers and young adults about to pursue the bigger things in life.

Watch it with—A friend who needs a moment of realization.

 

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na

Admit it—you’re still not over this movie. Best friends turning into lovers has always had a soft spot in your heart—and that airport run was unlike any other. So why not?

Watch it with—A friend who doesn’t mind watching re-runs.

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