Feeling the bite of the V-Day blues all by your lonesome? Here’s Super’s to watch list for the singleton. It’s a mixture of flicks that’ll make you feel hopeful about finding love or thankful that you’re single, whichever side you want to indulge.
“He’s Just Not That Into You”
This ensemble flick puts together the best and worst about falling in love, but leaves you with a hopeful feeling in the end.
“The 40-Year-Old Virgin”
If a 40-year-old virgin can find love, then so can all of us. Don’t lose hope.
“Eat Pray Love”
If you’re questioning your life after a breakup or an emotional upheaval in your life, this is the ultimate movie to get you back on your feet.
There are worse things than being single. Watch this to find out what they are.
“Master of None”
Aziz Ansari’s heartfelt exploration of modern-day love will leave you wistful and hopeful at the same time.
This comedy (which used to be called “Scrotal Recall”) explores a man’s retrospective journey with his former flames as he discovers he needs to get in touch with them to tell them that he has a sexually transmitted disease (silver lining of being single and celibate at the moment).