10 Movies like It’s a Boy Girl Thing [Recommendations]

These are my recommendations for films and movies similar to It’s A Boy Girl Thing. Bear in your mind that this list is in no particular order.

After saving the life of her favorite rock star (Chris Carmack), a teenager (Amanda Bynes) takes him to a nearby island and tells him that they are castaways.

After his fiancée, Kate (Eva Longoria Parker), dies in an accident on their wedding day, veterinarian Henry (Paul Rudd) grows depressed. To help him move on, his sister has him visit psychic Ashley (Lake Bell) and gives her Kate’s diary. Ashley uses the journal’s details to convincingly deliver the fake message that Kate wants Henry to move on. However, Kate’s ghost is watching over Ashley and Henry. Furious when they fall for each other, she vows to sabotage their relationship.

Mandy Gilbert (Ashley Tisdale) is an unpopular teenager at her high school. She lives with her overbearing father Tom (Kevin Pollak), and has only two friends, Alexa (Lauren Collins) and Cayenne (Shenae Grimes). Mandy is constantly bullied and embarrassed by the popular girls of school, particularly Lisa Cross (Cindy Busby). However, it so happens that she is in love with Lisa’s boyfriend, the popular Drew Patterson (Robbie Amell). She is about to turn 18 and wants her life to change. She wants to be noticed by Drew.

 

Pete (Topher Grace), the quirky, self-deprecating manager of a grocery store, is madly in love with his best friend, Rosalee (Kate Bosworth). Unfortunately, she has absolutely no idea. When Rosalee wins a date with her favorite actor, the smarmy Tad Hamilton (Josh Duhamel), Pete delays admitting his feelings to her. And when the scheming Hamilton relocates to their small town to pursue Rosalee in the wake of their initial meeting, a horrified Pete must struggle to win her heart.

Although she has an excellent job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and a fabulous apartment with model roommates, New Yorker Amanda Pierce (Monica Potter) remains unlucky in love and intent on finding the right guy. When she develops a crush on neighbor Jim Winston (Freddie Prinze Jr.), she begins to spy on him and witnesses his apparent involvement in a murder. Since things don’t add up, she tries to figure out what really happened — and if she still has a shot at dating the guy.

Two sibling cosmetics heiresses (Hilary Duff, Haylie Duff) must grow up quickly when a company scandal leaves them penniless. Though it is tempting to follow the advice of their board of directors and sell out to their biggest competitor, the gals decide to take matters into their own hands and save the company that their father built from scratch.

 

As the luckiest woman in the world, Ashley (Lindsay Lohan) has a wonderful life, which all changes after she kisses a stranger (Chris Pine) at a costume party. She sees everything turn into a living hell, as she realizes that she has unwittingly exchanged her good fortune for the stranger’s bad luck.

In the summer before starting high school, Julie (Alexa Vega) and her best friends, Hannah (Mika Boorem), Yancy (Kallie Flynn Childress) and Farrah (Scout Taylor-Compton), have a slumber party. They decide they’re going to use the night to shed their nerdy reputations, and they end up in a scavenger hunt against a group of “popular” girls. To win, Julie and her friends have to steal a car and a boy’s underpants and sneak into a nightclub, all without Julie’s mom (Jane Lynch) finding out.

Anna Foster (Mandy Moore), code-named “Liberty,” the daughter of the president of the United States (Mark Harmon), can’t get the Secret Service off her back when she goes on dates with boys. Accompanying her father on a state visit to Prague, she eludes her protectors and meets a handsome British boy, Ben Calder (Matthew Goode), with whom she embarks on a romantic journey across Europe. But there’s something she doesn’t know about Ben: He’s a Secret Service agent.

Samantha MacKenzie (Katie Holmes), the daughter of the president of the United States (Michael Keaton), arrives at college with a group of Secret Service agents. Samantha, however, resents their presence and decides she wants to attend school just like a normal student. Her father agrees to recall the agents but secretly assigns James (Marc Blucas), an undercover agent, to pose as a student. They fall in love, but their romance is jeopardized when Samantha learns James’ true identity.

References: Tastekid

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