This is a list of movie recommendations of movies similar to Just Like Heaven. Bear in mind that this list is in no particular order.
A woman (Jennifer Garner) struggles to rebuild her life in the wake of her fiance’s untimely death and the discovery of secrets he kept from her. Along the way, she bonds with his best pals (Sam Jaeger, Kevin Smith), including a n’er-do-well (Timothy Olyphant) she initially disliked.
Emma (Uma Thurman), a radio host, is about to be married to Richard (Colin Firth), her perfect match. But right before her wedding, she learns she’s already married to Patrick (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a charming but irresponsible fireman. Furthermore, Patrick has a secret: he has arranged this little trick because Emma advised Patrick’s ex-fiancee to end their relationship. However, Patrick may find that the trick is on him, for he soon begins to fall in love with his uptight adversary.
New York fashion designer Melanie (Reese Witherspoon) suddenly finds herself engaged to the city’s most eligible bachelor. But Melanie’s past holds many secrets, including Jake (Josh Lucas), the redneck husband she married in high school, who refuses to divorce her. Bound and determined to end their relationship once and for all, Melanie sneaks back home to Alabama to confront her past, only to discover that you can take the girl out of the South, but you can’t take the South out of the girl.
Having already left three grooms at the altar, Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) is branded “the runaway bride” by jaded city journalist Ike Graham (Richard Gere). But, after his facts are called into question, Ike races to Maggie’s hometown to save his reputation and report on her upcoming fourth trip down the aisle — during which he’s convinced she’ll run again. Though he’s there on a muckraking mission, Ike can’t help but fall for this breathtaking heartbreaker.
A lonely doctor (Sandra Bullock), who once lived in a beautiful lakeside home, falls in love via letters with its latest resident, a frustrated architect (Keanu Reeves). When they discover that they are living two years apart, the pair must unravel the mystery behind their incredible romance.
Kate McKay (Meg Ryan) is a modern day executive, a 21st century woman driven to succeed in the corporate world. Leopold, the third Duke of Albany, is a charming gent and bachelor of the late 18OOs. With career and social expectations looming, each has grown cynical about the very notion of falling in love. But when a rip in the fabric of time thrusts Leopold into present day New York, the potential for an old-fashioned modern romance ignites.
Stacey (Brittany Murphy) is an associate producer for a daytime talk show featuring Kippie Kann (Kathy Bates). She’s upset that her boyfriend, Derek (Ron Livingston), won’t talk about his past relationships. With encouragement from her co-worker Barb (Holly Hunter), Stacey steals Derek’s phone, contacts his ex-girlfriends and interviews them under the pretense that they’ll be on the show. But things get complicated when Stacey forms a friendship with one of the girls (Julianne Nicholson).
Daphne Wilder (Diane Keaton) is the proud mother of three women: Milly (Mandy Moore), Maggie (Lauren Graham) and Mae (Piper Perabo), and her love for her offspring knows no bounds. Because her youngest, always chooses the wrong man, she decides to take action to prevent Milly from repeating the mistakes of the past. Dating disaster ensues when Daphne tries to achieve her goal by placing an online personal ad for Milly.
Dedicated environmental lawyer Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock) goes to work for billionaire George Wade (Hugh Grant) as part of a deal to preserve a community center. Indecisive and weak-willed George grows dependent on Lucy’s guidance on everything from legal matters to clothing. Exasperated, Lucy gives notice and picks Harvard graduate June Carter (Alicia Witt) as her replacement. As Lucy’s time at the firm nears an end, she grows jealous of June and has second thoughts about leaving George.
Audrey Woods (Julianne Moore) and Daniel Rafferty (Pierce Brosnan) are rival divorce lawyers who are complete opposites: She relies on the law, while he relies on personality. They are hired to represent opposing sides of a celebrity divorce case involving a rock star (Michael Sheen), a dress designer (Parker Posey) and a custody dispute over an Irish castle. Audrey and Daniel wind up in Ireland together, where, to their astonishment, sparks fly between them.