11 Movies Like Crazy Stupid Love

11 Great Movies Like Crazy Stupid Love

Crazy Stupid Love was filled with some great performances from Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Steve Carrell. It was charming, funny and had everything else that’s needed for a perfect romantic-comedy.

If you’re on the lookout for more of the same, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Take a look at our handpicked movies that are quite similar.

11 Great Movies Like Crazy Stupid Love:

  1. Hitch
  2. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  3. The 40-Year-Old Virgin
  4. Friends With Benefits
  5. No Strings Attached
  6. Focus
  7. The Big Sick
  8. What Happens In Vegas
  9. Love & Other Drugs
  10. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
  11. The Proposal

1. Hitch

Kick starting our list of movies like Crazy Stupid Love, we’ve got Hitch. You’ve probably already seen it a couple of times before, but don’t forget the reason why – it’s pretty damn good! As far as rom-coms go, you can’t go wrong with Hitch.

2. Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Moving along, we’ve included the Nicholas Stoller movie – Forgetting Sarah Marshall. If you’re looking for another Ryan Gosling-esque, smooth-talking ladies man who falls in love, well.. this isn’t that. In fact, Jason Segel’s character is pretty much the complete opposite. But that’s why its so fun! If you haven’t seen it before, check it out. You’ll definitely enjoy this one.

3. The 40-Year-Old Virgin

We’ve got another entry on our list featuring Steve Carrell. While it’s not the textbook example of a rom-com, we couldn’t resist including it. From start to finish, it won’t fail to keep you laughing, and there’s plenty of hopeless romance thrown in for good measure too. Hilariously entertaining and one of our all-time favorites, definitely consider The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

4. Friends With Benefits

Next up we’ve got Friends With Benefits. Who would have thought that Justin Timberlake could be so funny? Not only that, but his on-screen chemistry with Mila Kunis was straight fire. It’s witty, it pulls on your heartstrings and it has everything else that’s needed for an A+ rom-com.

5. No Strings Attached

We’ve listed No Strings Attached immediately after Friends With Benefits because they’re pretty much the same movie. No we’re serious, just check out the trailers. If you’re more of an Ashton Kutcher fan over JT then go with this one instead! Not every movie needs to reinvent the wheel and we’re fine with that. This is a true rom-com that will give you every bit of your money’s worth.

6. Focus

One of the more recently released movies on our list, we’ve got Focus. Featuring Will Smith and Margo Robbie, just when you think you know where it’s headed, it zig-zags off in the other direction. If you’re looking for something that will keep you guessing then Focus is definitely worth a watch.

7. The Big Sick

Loosely based on some real life romance (between the writers, Emily Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani), we’re huge fans of The Big Sick. If you like Crazy Stupid Love then we’re confident you’ll love this as well. Take a look at the trailer, it should definitely get you interested.

8. What Happens In Vegas

Moving on to number 8, we’ve included What Happens In Vegas. While it doesn’t have the best critic reviews in the world, that doesn’t matter one bit to us. Not all movies need to be artistic masterpieces and while this one isn’t, that’s okay – because it’s pretty entertaining throughout. If you don’t catch it now, add it to your list for another time.

9. Love & Other Drugs

The first 30 minutes of Love & Other Drugs feels very similar to Crazy Stupid Love. This time it’s Jake Gyllnehall who takes on the leading role and he doesn’t disappoint. Matching Ryan Gosling’s effortless appeal, he’s no slouch when it comes to picking up the ladies as well. If you’ve never seen it, there’s more than enough to like about Love & Other Drugs.

10. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

In what comes as surely no surprise, we’ve included a Matthew McConaughey movie. In this case – How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Is it ridiculously cheesy at times? Absolutely! But that’s exactly why we like it. It comes with the territory of watching any rom-com, and this one is no different. Although it came out in 2003, it hasn’t lost any of his magic and doesn’t feel too dated.

11. The Proposal

And rounding off our list, we’ve got The Proposal. Featuring Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock, these two make an amazing on-screen pair. We’ve seen it a handful of times and will definitely watch it again. If you made it this far, maybe this is the movie for you.

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