These are my favorite picks for movies like Love, Rosie. Keep in mind that the list is in no particular order. Enjoy the recommendations.
Megan is unemployed and single, and one day she joins a dating website. Her roommates, who just want her to move out, invite her to a party at a club. After a bouncer refuses to let her into the club on the grounds that she looks too young and she is without ID, she sees her ex-fiancé, Chris, and later decides to have a one-night stand with one of the men she saw on the website, Alec.
When 28-year-old Megan (Keira Knightley) attends her 10-year high-school reunion, she realizes that very little in her life has changed. An unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend sparks a panic in Megan, causing her to wander off into the night. She meets 16-year-old Annika (Chloë Grace Moretz) who is with friends and proceeds to get drunk with the teens. Deciding she needs a break from her unfulfilling life, she tells her boyfriend she’s going to a seminar but hangs with Annika.
Best friends Lily (Fanning) and Gerri (Olsen), home for one last New York summer, make a pact to lose their virginity before leaving for college. But when they both fall for the same handsome artist (Holbrook) and Lily starts seeing him in secret, a lifelong friendship is tested.
Estranged from her father (Greg Kinnear) for a number of years, teenage Ronnie (Miley Cyrus) isn’t pleased when her mother ships her and her younger brother down to a Southern beach town to spend the summer with him. While her father uses a shared love of music to try to reconnect with her, Ronnie finds romance with a handsome local (Liam Hemsworth).
Dawson Cole (James Marsden) works on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana. One day, an explosion on the job nearly kills him, throwing him into the water, but miraculously, he survives. Months later after recovering, Dawson learns that his close friend and surrogate father, Tuck Hostetler (Gerald McRaney), has died and returns home for the first time in almost twenty years to carry out Tuck’s final wishes. When he arrives at his house, Dawson is surprised to find that Tuck also arranged for Dawson’s high school girlfriend, Amanda Collier (Michelle Monaghan), to join him. It seems that Tuck’s intention was that Dawson and Amanda would perhaps rekindle their former romance. However, Amanda is now married.
Like many Americans, average suburbanite Don Truby (Adam Sandler) and his 15-year-old son use the Internet for information, communication and viewing pornography. Don’s son Chris also maintains sexually explicit conversations with classmate Hannah, an aspiring actress whose mother (Judy Greer) posts pictures of her daughter on a modeling Web site. In sharp contrast, overprotective mom Patricia Beltmeyer (Jennifer Garner) does everything in her power to protect her daughter from the digital age.
Following their high-school graduation, Jade Butterfield (Gabriella Wilde), a sheltered but privileged teen, becomes enthralled with David Elliot (Alex Pettyfer), a working-class youth with a troubled past. Though Jade and David quickly fall in love, Jade’s father (Bruce Greenwood) strongly disapproves of the relationship, while David’s father (Robert Patrick) advises caution. However, their parents’ disapproval only makes the love-struck teens more determined to pursue the intense affair.
Frumpy high-school senior Bianca (Mae Whitman) has a rude awakening when she learns that her classmates secretly know her as the DUFF — designated ugly fat friend — to her prettier and more popular pals. Desperate to reinvent herself, Bianca enlists the aid of Wesley (Robbie Amell), a charming jock. In order to save her senior year from becoming a complete disaster, Bianca must find the confidence to overthrow a judgmental student (Bella Thorne) and revolutionize the school’s social order.
Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) has an odd job and lives with his sister and nephew in Toronto, Ontario. He dropped out of medical school after discovering his girlfriend having sex with his Anatomy teacher and has to not been social for more than a year. He is coerced by his best friend Allan (Adam Driver) into going to a house party, where he meets Allan’s cousin Chantry (Zoe Kazan). At the same time, Allan meets Nicole (Mackenzie Davis) and they begin flirting with each other.
References: Wikipedia, TasteKid.