Table for one, please!

Today is Valentine's Day, obviously. Between the heart-shaped chocolates, bouquets of flowers and mushy posts on Instagram, it's impossible to ignore that love is in the air...for some people.

If you are single (or, as Emma Watson would say, "self-partnered") there are still plenty of ways to celebrate the holiday, and one of the best is with a good movie.

Whether you are downright pissed at Cupid today or wanting to get all up in your feelings because you're a hopeless romantic at heart, there is a perfect film to complement your plans tonight.

We also know some of you are celebrating Galentine's Day, and have rounded up some of the best flicks out there that prove your friendships are just as important as finding "The One."

So, silence those texts from your mom asking when you're going to find someone and kick back with a bowl of popcorn!

Queue: Anti-Valentine's Day

Do those mini teddy bears make you want to scream? Are you still pissed at your ex? These movies will remind you that all you need is yourself and that, honestly, dating can just straight up be dangerous or cursed.

 

How to be Single, Rebel Wilson, Dakota Johnson

Courtesy Barry Wetcher

Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Best Beach Movies

Universal Pictures

The First Wives Club, Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, Diana Keaton

Paramount Pictures

Gone Girl, Ben Affleck

Merrick Morton/Twentieth Century Fox

Samara Weaving, Ready or Not

Eric Zachanowich/Twentieth Century Fox

MIDSOMMAR

B-Reel Films/Entertainment Pictures via ZUMA Press

Jordan Peele, Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya

Moviestore/Shutterstock

Queue: Galentine's Day

Celebrating tonight with your girlfriends? Between blasting Lizzo songs, these are the lighthearted flicks we'd recommend you watch together.

Tiffany Haddish, Girls Trip

Universal Pictures

Thelma and Louise, Geena Davis, Susan Sarandon

Sony Pictures

Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Lisa Kudrow, Mira Sorvino

Touchstone/Kobal/Shutterstock

Legally Blonde, Reese Witherspoon

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Elsa, Frozen

Disney

Best Summer Movies of All Time, Magic Mike

Courtesy Warner Brothers

Bridesmaids

Universal Studios

Queue: The Hopeless Romantic

Listen, we get it, sometimes you just love love and want a good cry. Grab your dates Ben & Jerry, because these movies range from cute rom-coms to the some real tearjerkers.

He's Just not that Into You, Scarlett Johansson, Bradley Cooper

New Line Cinema

Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, Pretty Woman

Touchstone Pictures

Crazy Stupid Love

Warner Bros. Pictures

Someone Great, Gina Rodriguez, Lakeith Standfeld

Sarah Shatz/Netflix

Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, La La Land

Dale Robinette/Lionsgate

The Notebook, Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling

New Line/Kobal/Shutterstock

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