How do I win back my ex? – Is this is the question you have been asking to yourself again and again? I know how hard it feels. That’s the reason; I am going to give you the top movies you will have to see just after break up. Chill out yourself. If you don’t why you chill out, at the end of the article there is a link which will guide you to a page explaining you the strategy to get your ex back.
Danny Zuko, the leader of the greaser gang “T-Birds” of Rydell High, falls in love with a goody two shoe girl named Sandy Olsen over the summer. They thought she’d be leaving and never see each other again, but to their luck…she begins to attend Rydell High. She is immediately accepted into the group “Pink Ladies” and shortly Danny and her re-meet. Danny has seemed to have changed but in the hopes of winning Sandy back, he changes into the loving, jock Danny Zuko that Sandy met during the summer permanently.
Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston make the perfect match in The Break-Up! Gary (Vince Vaughn) and Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) are a mismatched couple who, after having a very large fight over something very trivial, have to decide if their relationship is worth saving or if they should just break up. Despite having many comedic moments, The Break up courageously and truthfully explores the pain one experiences when one must decide to stay or break up.
Closer depicts four people, otherwise with very little in common, unraveling and weaving a tapestry of complex romantic interactions with each other. Jealousy, love, obsession, affection, and lust all take center stage, artfully showing different facets of each character’s motivations and personality, while offering the viewer different viewpoints of the same situation. An excellent movie for those wanting to see their own past relationships in a different light.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kate Winslet and Jim Carey paired up for this highly unusual film about relationship loss, and what lengths we’ll go to erase past emotional trauma. Both actors excel in this film as they demonstrate the theoretical possibility of erasing select relationship-related memories through an experimental medical treatment.
A list of top break-up movies wouldn’t be complete without the movie that lists the “top five breakups of all time”, as John Cusack’s character (Rob Gordon) does. The movie follows the most recent breakup of Gordon’s, peaking with his attempts to determine just why all of his major relationship breakups occurred in the first place. This movie definitely falls into the comedy category, but still, offers a large dose of reflective drama as a balance.
If you are a fresh break up and would like to get back with your ex, then watch the movies above, it will relieve you from some pain which is the first step to win back your ex.
Warning: Though it may be considered comedy, it may even aggravate some of your pain after break up. So, handle it with care.