Best Feel Good Movies Whenever You’re Feeling Low
Clueless is a breezy comedy with some knowing bite thanks to sharp-toothed scripting from writer/director Amy Heckerling and such a pure-hearted center.
Singin’ in the Rain is an excellent example, and as one of the best musicals ever made, is a swell feel-good movie pick, especially for film lovers.
This 1992 classic tale of sand, sorcery, and a street-rat’s rise to fame is hands down one of the best the studio has to offer.
As relationships tend to do, things get increasingly complicated from there as a treacherously complicated love triangle forms.
the real feel-good title of the director’s filmography is the blindingly optimistic and infectious School of Rock.
Zootopia is a surprisingly thoughtful chronicle of prejudice and inherent bias, telling the story of a young bunny.
An American Tail
it’s in the first act of this under-appreciated classic that the dismal stakes are established so that the film’s ultimate conclusion is that much more rewarding.
The Last Days of Disco
Despite centering around the improbably shallow and entitled lives of some of New York’s young white elites.
The Princess Bride
The framing device of this movie is literally an old man reading the story you’re about to see to his grandson in order to make that grandson feel better.