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10 Movies Like The Proposal

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Whether you’re looking for good date night movies or movies to enjoy with family, rom-coms are where it’s at! What’s better than movies involving love and laughter? If you’ve seen the movie “The Proposal,” then you undoubtedly loved it like everyone else who has seen it and are desperately looking for a few flicks to watch that are similar in terms of romantic comedies.

With lots of romantic comedies out there, there are a whole bunch of movies like The Proposal! Grab your concessions and get ready for a movie marathon night because I have a whole list of movies like The Proposal for you to see!

This Means War

Two CIA elitists, FDR Foster and Tuck, are not only partners, but best friends. Throw a smokin’ hot blonde into their workload with a mix of love feelings and see how fast their friend zone can turn into a battle zone in an effort to get the girl.

The Ugly Truth

Hopeless romantic and TV producer, Abby, is teamed up at work with a chauvinistic celebrity, Mike, in order to boost TV ratings. Although Mike is determined to prove his theories on love in order to find Abby a mate, the unexpected happens!

The Bounty Hunter

More Gerard Butler, what could be better? Gerald Butler (Milo) and Jennifer Aniston (Nicole) star in this movie as cat and mouse, or shall I say bounty hunter and bail jumper? The twist is--they are divorced! With Nicole being a determined reporter trying to get a good story and Milo being a bounty hunter looking for an easy buck, you’ll see what happens when you put the two on the run!

Knocked Up

After a one night stand with a man she doesn’t know, Alison finds herself, well, knocked up! Although she is less-than-pleased with the baby daddy, she decides to give him a chance to prove that he can be a good, responsible father and potential life mate.

Just Friends

Chris confessed his love to his friend Jamie in high school, but when she told him she only wanted to be friends, he fled. Ten years down the road, he is faced with yet another chance to be with the love of his life!

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Leap Year

Anna Brady, played by the adorable Amy Adams, travels to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend Jeremy on Leap Day, because it's Irish tradition that when a women proposes marriage to a man on Leap Day, he must accept it.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

After Peter is dumped painfully by his ex Sarah, he gets depressed and feels the need to get away. Escaping to Hawaii, however, doesn’t help as he coincidentally winds up in the same hotel as his ex, along with her new boyfriend!

Date Night

Steve Carell and Tina Fey star as Phil and Claire, a couple trying to do nothing more but to have a nice date night out to better their marriage. But what happens to them when their identities are mistaken for someone else is much more of a date night than they sought after, and one that will never be forgotten!

Just Go With It

While on vacation in Hawaii, Danny (Adam Sandler) tells a girl a little lie in order to have a no-strings relationship, but when that plan blows up, he enlists the help of his assistant to pose as his soon-to-be ex wife, which rather than helping, winds up weaving an even more tangled web of lies!

No Strings Attached

Longtime best friends, Emma and Adam, decide to become friends with benefits, taking care to leave out typical relationship emotions including an agreement not to fall in love. The real question is: Who falls in love first?

All of these movies are equally recommended by me, and have trailers for your viewing convenience. It may seem hard to watch this many movies, but you will find that the hardest part is deciding which one to start with!

With your favorite actors, Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Jennifer Aniston, and so on, you will just have to watch them all! Spread the movies out 2 per weekend and you will have more than a month of good family nights or date nights in!


Jannat Hossain from Bangladesh on October 10, 2019:

I love The Proposal and The ugly truth, although I did watch most of these movies.

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