Once in a while, we all go through a turmoil of emotions.And in case you are way too sad with all the people and things that surround you,then you can always give yourself a treat by watching movies these alone. So here goes the list of 5 amazing flicks you can catch up with and bring a smile on your face.

Finding Nemo (2003)

Even if you’re not a cartoon fan, this flick is sure to make you smile. Yes, it’s about a fish. However, it’s more about family, trust and friendship. Plus, the sharks are HILARIOUS. Overall, the movie is really cute and catchy.



Elf (2003)

The holidays are a cheery time, so automatically your spirit will be uplifted with this film. But, seeing a grown Will Ferrell in an elf costume who screams “I KNOW HIM!” when people refer to Santa?It’s a classic in a genre you would think wouldn’t have room for any more classics, but it will cheer you up now matter how foul a mood you’re in.. Plus, Zooey Deschanel’s version of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is almost as adorable as she is!



Pretty Woman (1990)

Pretty Woman is a modern-day fairy tale and, as we all know, fairy tales are often feel-good tales. This is Julia Roberts and Richard Gere at their finest.Men want her, and women want to be her… okay, well not her as in a “broke hooker living in a motel,” but her in a “hot red head who lands rich stunning businessman who buys her a new wardrobe.” By the end of the movie, there is a sweet smile on your face.



Once (2006)

I defy anyone to watch Once and not have a smile on your face at the end. It takes a few minutes to get used to, but once you start to appreciate Glen Hansard’s unique voice, you’ll get into the film rather quickly. I guess you could call it a musical, but don’t let that turn you off. Even better?



Grease (1978)

Good girl Sandy and bad boy Danny Zuko come together despite the odds in this musical set at Rydell High in 1958.Because you believe love crosses social divides when there’s singing, and life was a lot simpler back in the ’50s.download (1)