Whether you prefer a romantic comedy or a slap-stick comedy, we’ve got you covered during the quarantine:
Notting Hill (13 +)
I recently rewatched this movie and fell back in love with it! Notting Hill was made in the late ‘90s, just before cell phones and social media took over, so it has a great nostalgic feeling to it. I love the sweet love story and quirky supporting characters in the movie. Notting Hill is definitely one of the best movies of all time and leaves you feeling good after watching it! —Rockette Karen R.
Sister Act 1 & 2 (Family Friendly)
The Sister Act films are two of my absolute favorite feel-good comedies. There are so many hilarious moments and tons of iconic musical numbers that are sure to put a smile on your face. Fun fact: On Sundays, during the Christmas Spectacular season, my dressing room does what we call “Soul Sunday” where we sing along, and sometimes dance along, to songs from the Sister Act soundtracks! —Rockette Tiffany B.
Sleepless in Seattle (Family Friendly)
I guess this is technically a romantic comedy but it is one of my favorite feel-good movies. I grew up watching this movie over and over again, and it definitely influenced my love affair with New York. —Rockette Mindy M.
About Time (13 +)
This is my go-to, automatically laugh and smile, feel-good movie. It is a heartwarming and sentimental love story with an unexpected twist. The movie is backed by an equally awesome soundtrack—my husband and I picked our wedding song from this movie after trying to decide on one for weeks. —Rockette Katie W.
Girls Trip (17 +)
Hands down, this is one of my favorite feel-good comedies, and with good reason. Longtime friends that have grown apart over the years, rekindle their friendship during a trip to The Essence Festival. It’s a vibrant, colorful film, full of wit, belly laughs, and New Orleans charm. This movie even inspired my fellow Rockette sister, Danelle, and I to attend the Festival back in 2018, and I am reminded of that every time I watch it. —Rockette Sam B.