Top 5 BFF Films

Written by Marija Bozovic December 04, 2011

 

BFF’s are one of life’s greatest joys. Besties are always there to share laughs, wipe tears, and offer support through difficult trials and embarrassing moments. So let’s take a moment to celebrate best pals. Here’s my top 5 list of the funniest and best BFF films.

5. Wedding Crashers

This film makes crashing weddings with your friends for fun seem like such a feasible and legit idea. Wedding Crashers follows besties John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) as they enjoy their bachelorhood to the fullest. In the process of hitting on romance-seeking women at countless weddings, John unexpectedly falls in love. This development leads the two of them in a struggle to move passed their womanizing ways, and, in the end, their friendship comes out even stronger.

4. Due Date

First of all, I love Zach Galifianakis. Second of all, the chemistry between him and Robert Downey Jr. is SO good in this film. Galifianakis, who plays Ethan Tremblay, a man who truly has no filter to what he says and wears his heart on his sleeve, and Downey Jr., who plays Peter Highman, a neurotic workaholic, become two of the most unlikely BFF’s you’d ever expect. Faced with the dilemma of how to get to his home across the country to his pregnant wife after being put on a no-fly list, Highman decides to hitch a ride with Tremblay, and what ensues is a seriously hilarious road trip.

3. Bridesmaids 

I think I speak for a lot of ladies out there when I say ‘finally’! Finally, a female comedy that isn’t afraid to take on an outrageously hilarious script that stands with what is so often thought of as strictly male humour. Bridesmaids follows Annie (Kristen Wiig), who is the maid-of-honour to her best soon-to-be-married friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph). As the ladies set off to Vegas for Lillian’s bachelorette party with the rest of the bridesmaids, they get into all sorts of funny escapades. While this movie is full of laughs, it also contains a meaningful lesson about the importance of valuing friendship.

2. Superbad

This film portrays awkward high school moments perfectly. Superbad follows inseparable besties Seth (Jonah Hill) and Evan (Michael Cera), as they go through their senior year of high school. When invited to a party, they seize the moment, and along with their trusty pal Fogell (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) they seek out to make the night the most memorable one of their high school careers before parting ways to go to college. Along the way, they endlessly give each other flack for all the embarrassing predicaments they find themselves in, but when all is said and done, what shines through is their true bestie love.

1. Wayne’s World

My absolute favourite BFF flick. Just the best. This movie is full of epic one-liners (i.e.: “If she were a president, she’d be Baberaham Lincoln”). Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) and Garth Algar (Dana Carvey), film their show “Wayne’s World” from Wayne’s basement, and their lives begin to change when they’re approached by a local station who claim that their show has the potential to make it big. If you want to watch a movie that’s pure goofy fun and comedy gold, Wayne’s World is where it’s at. Party on.

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