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) and B) ain’t nobody gonna steal that remote from you and flip off that If you’re looking for some inspiration on what to queue up and celebrate being single, you’ve come to the right place.

We promise these movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix are so good you won’t even have bandwidth for passive Tindering in the background.

If you are not completely satisfied with this film, you may well have tested average or higher in school.

Let that be your consolation, because there's no chance of you ever getting any of your money back.

Even if you are a lover of romantic comedy movies, there’s nothing that seems romantic or comedic about divorce.

That said, here are 7 divorce movies that I think are great flicks, and movies that any romantic comedy lover, regardless of marital status would love! Wonderful: This 1993 romantic comedy was a complete sleeper hit!

But more importantly, it’s a well made, quirky little movie with excellent identifiable dialogue, music, humor, and a younger cast of stars whom we know today, thrown into situations that everyone single or in love will relate to.

If you are going through a divorce, and someone says to you, “You’ve got to see this movie!

Because A) being single during the holidays is insanely fun (so many parties!Don’t let the title fool you: this show about the ups and downs of modern dating was co-created by Judd Apatow and stars Gillian Jacobs, dream best friend, as a woman who can't get out of her own way when it comes to relationships.When things go wrong on her quest to find love, they go Just when you're lamenting about how you think you'll never meet someone, Ms.It’s about these two people who get divorced and…” you’d probably stop them right there and say, “No, thanks.Not interested.” After all, why would a divorced person want to watch divorce movies?The soundtrack is a grunge dream, with Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Mudhoney (sorry no Nirvana).Basically this movie is a 99 minute tour through the Museum of the 90s right in your living room, complete with a foray into video dating – the Tinder of the day. They will all make you smile, laugh and feel good, even in the darkest days of your divorce! It’s about an electrician (played by Matt Dillon) who wants to buy a bowling alley, but can’t afford to do it unless he can stop paying his ex-wife (played by Annabella Sciorra) alimony.His plan: find her a guy and marry her off, so he’s off the hook. It’s complicated: To say I loved this 2009 Nancy Meyers romantic comedy is putting it mildly.Handler comes in swinging to tell you about how freaking awesome it is to be single.From intimate roundtable discussions with SJP, Julianna Margulies, and your other favorite celebs, to hilarious and cringey stunts, each episode has plenty of potent nudges that single life certainly has its merits.

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