21 Movies Like The Rebound (2009)

Sandy, played by Catherine Zeta-Jones, is a stay-at-home mother of two who stumbles onto evidence that her husband has been cheating on her. She relocated to New York City with her young son and daughter following a fast divorce she had obtained. There, they start a new life for themselves.

Sandy makes friends with Aram Finklestein, who works at the coffee shop where she lives and leases an apartment on the second floor (Justin Bartha). Aram, now 25 years old and divorced, does not know what he wants to accomplish with the rest of his life (his wife was a French woman who married him for a green card). Even though he has a degree from college, he is directionless and finds work at a women’s center.

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1. Sidewalks of New York (2001)


Tommy Reilly, a one-time aspiring author who is now the producer of a weekly television entertainment news show because he was forced into it rather than because he chose it, is the person who started the circle. He has remained in his position for the money rather than for any sense of professional satisfaction. After being dumped by his live-in girlfriend without warning, he moves in temporarily with a coworker named Carpo, an old lothario eager to offer infinite —…

2. She's Out of My League


At Pittsburgh International Airport, Kirk Kettner works as a Transportation Security Administration agent. Even though she has been unkind to him, he continues to pursue reconciliation with his ex-girlfriend Marnie. During this time, a beautiful and successful woman name Molly McCleish comes to the terminal to take a flight. Kirk is the only TSA agent who does not harass or flirt with her, and he is the one who protects her from his boss's unwanted approaches. After boarding the plane,…

3. The Girl Next Door (2004)


Matthew Kidman, a driven high school senior, has been accepted to Georgetown University but will not be able to go due to financial constraints. He was elected class president, and through his efforts, he was able to gather $25,000 for a smart Cambodian student named Samnang to study in the United States. Aside from this accomplishment, however, he did not find much else about his high school experience to be notable. His companions, the wicked film student Eli and the…

4. I Love You, Beth Cooper (2009)


Denis Cooperman, the valedictorian of Buffalo Glenn High School, tells head cheerleader and longtime crush, beautiful Beth Cooper, that he loves her in his speech on graduation day. He also makes fun of vain rich girl Valli, ignorant bully Greg, and Beth's Army soldier boyfriend Kevin; and he encourages his best friend Rich to finally come out as gay. After that, Denis extends an invitation to Beth as well as her friends Cammy and Treece to attend a party that…

5. The Sweetest Thing (2002)


In the swinging singles market, a group of guys is questioned about Christina Walters. They believe that she is a player and a user of men in the market. She is an accomplished interior designer and she is 28 years old. She lives in San Francisco, close to Chinatown. Christina gets together with her friend and fellow divorce attorney Courtney Rockcliffe. Courtney is a divorce lawyer. They go out of their way to comfort their friend and roommate Jane by…

6. The Beautician and the Beast (1997)


The movie begins with an animated scene in which a prince kisses a sleeping princess to wake her up; however, the princess is uninterested in his romantic advances and runs away from him. The scenario then turns to a live-action version of the beautician Joy Miller, who works as an instructor at a beauty school in New York City. Because of an unfortunate accident, one of her students sets fire to the classroom by lighting hair spray on fire with…

7. Take Me Home Tonight (2011)


In the year 1988, Matt Franklin is a recent graduate of MIT who is working at a Suncoast Video store in Los Angeles. At the same time, he is trying to figure out what he wants to do with the rest of his life, which is something that his father, who is a police officer, has become impatient with. When Matt's high school sweetheart, Tori Frederking, walks into the store, he tells her that he works at Goldman Sachs. But…

8. The Change-Up (2011)


While Dave Lockwood is a happily married father of three in Atlanta, his closest friend Mitch Planko is still unmarried and in the prime of his sexual potential. After getting intoxicated at a bar, Mitch and Dave each urinate into a fountain at the same time while simultaneously wishing they lived the lives of the other. After waking up the next morning, Mitch and Dave learn that their bodies have been switched. They went back to the park to make…

9. What's Your Number? (2011)


Ally Darling has recently realized that she may be a little lost in life and has come to terms with this realization. Her most recent attempt at finding love has just fizzled out, and she has been fired from the marketing job she had held for the past few years. Then, she reads an insightful article in a magazine that enlightens her on how it is highly improbable that she will ever find a husband if she has had 20…

10. That Awkward Moment (2014)


That Awkward Moment is a a romantic comedy film released in 2014 in the United States of America. Tom Gormican, making his directing debut, wrote and directed the film. Best buddies Jason and Daniel enjoy their carefree, unattached existence and enjoy engaging in casual affairs with other people. As soon as they discovered their mutual friend Mikey's marriage had ended, they welcomed him back into their group with open arms. The three young men agree that they will have fun…

11. A Lot Like Love (2005)


The love story "A Lot Like Love" is about two people who are considered to be the dim bulbs of their generation. According to what they say to one another, Emily and Oliver have never read a book or a newspaper, seen a movie, watched television, come up with an idea, engaged in an intriguing conversation, or ever given much consideration to anything. The film believes they are charming and amusing, which is humiliating, like when your uncle won't stop…

12. The Proposal


Margaret Tate is the executive editor-in-chief of a book publishing company in New York. She is originally from Canada. Her employees dislike her because she has a dominant personality and is always trying to get her way. Margaret finds out from her superior, Chairman Bergen, that her application to renew her visa has been rejected due to a violation of the terms of her visa and that she now faces the possibility of being deported back to Canada. She does…

13. The Back-up Plan


Zoe gives up on finding the man of her dreams, decides to become a single mother, and undergoes artificial insemination. On the same day, she meets Stan when they both try to hail the same taxi. They run into each other twice more at a farmer's market and a pet store. Stan convinces Zoe to go on a no-obligations date. Zoe is still uncertain whether she is pregnant or not and if she should tell Stan. The night she takes…

14. Bride Wars


Emma Allan and Olivia "Liv" Lerner have been closest friends since childhood. Ever since they attended a wedding at the Plaza Hotel twenty years ago, they have meticulously planned every aspect of their respective nuptials. They have decided that having their weddings in June at the same place is a big priority. In the present day, when they are hanging out at Liv's apartment, they discover a Tiffany box concealed in the closet. Both of Liv's pals are filled with…

15. Leap Year


Leap Year is a romantic comedy that was released in 2010 and was written by Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan. The film was directed by Anand Tucker. A woman's elaborate plan to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day, an Irish custom that occurs every time the date February 29 rolls around, faces a major setback when the weather threatens to derail her planned trip to Dublin. The woman's plan to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day is an…

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16. Crazy, Stupid, Love


Emily Weaver, the wife of middle-aged Cal Weaver, files for divorce after disclosing that she had an affair with David Lindhagen, a coworker. Cal Weaver files for divorce. After moving into his own apartment, Cal starts going to a classy bar and venting loudly about his recent divorce. It isn't long until he gets the attention of a young man called Jacob Palmer, who is a customer at the bar. Hannah, a woman who recently turned him down for a…

17. No Strings Attached


Emma Kurtzman and Adam Franklin initially met while they were teenagers at a summer camp. As young adults, they run into one another a few times but do not stay in contact with one another. Emma practices medicine in Los Angeles, and Adam works as a production assistant for a television show that focuses on musical theatre. Soon after, Adam learns that his famous father Alvin, who starred in a successful television comedy series in the past, has started a…

18. Friends with Benefits


Jamie Rellis, an executive headhunter based in New York City, approaches Dylan Francis Harper Jr., an art director based in Los Angeles, with the intention of inviting him to interview for a position with GQ magazine. After an evening spent with Jamie wandering the city, Dylan ultimately decides to take the position, despite his initial reservations. After relocating to New York and signing a one-year contract that pays Jamie a commission, the two of them become close friends outside of…

19. Going the Distance


Erin Langford, who is 31 years old and currently enrolled in graduate school, was only just given a position as a summer intern at a newspaper in New York. While she was at the bar with a friend, she was playing a game of Centipede when she was approached by Garrett. They wind up at his apartment after drinking together, where Garrett's roommate Dan "DJs their hook up" while the three of them smoke pot and engage in sexual activity.…

20. How Do You Know


Matty Reynolds, who pitches for the Washington Nationals, becomes the new significant other of softball player Lisa Jorgenson. In addition to that, an intriguing phone call comes in from a young executive by the name of George Madison. He was told to give her a call by a friend of Lisa's named George Madison. George is calling out of courtesy because he wants to convey that the nature of his relationship with his partner has recently evolved into one that…

21. The 40-Year-Old Virgin 2005


Andy Stitzer is an introvert who is 40 years old and works as a stock supervisor at the electronics retailer Smart Tech. He is shy and doesn't like to talk much. After numerous unsuccessful efforts, he decided to give up trying to have sex with other people and now lives alone in an apartment with a collection of action figures and video games. They find out that he is still a virgin when the topic of conversation during a poker…