Happy Galentine’s Day! 20 Chick Flick Moments from the 1990s That Are Mood, Always
February 13th, 2019
by Josh Ferri
Thanks to the brilliant sitcom Parks and Recreation, February 13 has become known as “Galentine’s Day”, a day for “ladies celebrating ladies”.
Today, we celebrate Galentine’s Day and the new off-Broadway show you and your gals will definitely want to check out, Chick Flick the Musical. It’s a celebration of sisterhood, friendship, and the movies that make us laugh and cry with our best girls.
So in honor of this day, take a look at these 20 beloved scenes from ‘90s “chick flicks” that are mood today and always.
“You Don’t Own Me” from The First Wives Club, 1996
The Ending of My Best Friend’s Wedding, 1997
The Car Burning from Waiting to Exhale, 1995
The Song from A League of Their Own, 1992
Oda Mae’s Warning from Ghost, 1990
The Shopping Trip from Pretty Woman, 1990
“Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” from Selena, 1997
Cher’s Immigration Debate form Clueless, 1995
Midnight Margaritas from Practical Magic, 1998
“Proud Mary” from What’s Love Got to Do With It, 1993
Sam’s Phone Call from Sleepless in Seattle, 1993
Julia’s “I’m Just a Girl” Monologue from Notting Hill, 1999
The Fight from Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, 1997
Whitney Singing in The Preacher’s Wife, 1996
Josie Grossie Gets Baked in Never Been Kissed, 1999
The Poem from 10 Things I Hate About You, 1999
The “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” Moment from You’ve Got Mail, 1998
Kathy Bates Breakdown in Fried Green Tomatoes, 1991
The Choir Debuts Their New Sound in Sister Act, 1992
The Ending of Thelma & Louise, 1991
If this was your jam, check out Chick Flick the Musical at off-Broadway's Westside Theatre beginning February 21.