Chick Flicks 2015

The Top 10 Chick Flicks 2015

In 2015, there have been numerous movies produced and released with some of the top romantic movies 2015 has offered. If you are looking for that just right movie for your that special woman in your life this is the right place to be for the best chick flicks. Listed below are some of 2015 best romance films ever created. Check out the list for yourself and see just how the movies hold up to your expectations. If you really want to be adventurous pick a few and watch them, we are sure you will enjoy these chick flicks.

Aloha: Release Date- January 23, 2015

Military contractor Brian Gilcrest (Bradly Cooper), on an assignment in Oahu, Hawaii has the chance to become reacquainted with an old love, Tracy Woodside (Rachel McAdams). Although after all these years Tracy has moved on and married an Air Force recruit (John Krasinski). As Brain must travel the island he has Allison Ng (Emma Stone), a hardcore fighter pilot to watch him and everything he does. The only problem is that now Brian is falling for Allison and the twists keep coming. After a conversation with Tracy that reveals something for their past, Brian is more confused and lost than ever. Who will he choose in the end?

The DUFF: Release Date- February 20, 2015

Bianca (Mae Whitman), a high-school senior has a harsh reality to wake up to as she learns her classmates know her as what they call the “DUFF” or otherwise an ugly fat friend in comparison to her more glamorous and popular friends. Bianca is desperate to reinvent herself to save her senior year from disaster and torment that will last her a lifetime so, she recruits Wesley (Robbie Amell), a jock. Not only does Wesley have to help, but Bianca has to find the confidence and courage to withstand the judgmental (Bella Thorne). Will she turn her senior year around or will that be the end to Bianca’s last year of high school?

The Age of Adaline: Release Date- April 24, 2015

If you thought being almost thirty was bad, try being 29-years old for almost eight decades and still remain as youthful and vibrant as ever. Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively), has never let anyone get close to her in fear that her big secret may be discovered; however, with philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) things are about to change. As Adalines love for life and romance awakens anew she must decide what to do about her secret. A weekend away with Ellis and his parents, the grim threat of someone discovering her secret becomes very clear. Should she tell Ellis or hide it forever?

Far from the Madding Crowd: Release Date- May 22, 2015

Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) is a very gorgeous and independent woman who has captured the eyes of three unlikely suitors: Gabriel Oak (Matthias Schoenaerts), who is a sheep farmer, William Boldwood (Michael Sheen), a very mature bachelor and Frank Troy (Tom Sturridge) of whom happens to be reckless. Bathsheba explores the options within each man and the passions that explode from their relationships. There is passion, love, and hardships, but can Bathsheba come out of this for the better?

Paper Towns: Release Date- June 18, 2015

Quentin (Nat Wolff), a young high schooled boy suffering from shyness is about to have a night he will never forget with Margo (Cara Delevingne) who happens to be the most popular kid in their high school. Margo enlists Quentin to help her in a night of mischievous pranks against Margo’s friends who have all, but betrayed her. Quentin is having the time of his life with the pranks and Margo, but will the fun end. The following day, Margo disappears leaving Quentin to recruit a few friends. Quentin and his friends embark on decrypting Margo’s clues to find where she is. Quentin has become obsessed in finding Margo, the girl who ended up stealing his heart.

The Longest Ride: Release Date- June 19, 2015

Luke (Scott Eastwood) an ex-bull riding champion and a Sophia (Britt Robertson) a college student are madly in love, but they have some issues. One happens to be the path they are on and the other is conflicting ideals. Both issues threaten their entire relationship leaving it hanging in the balance. Luke only wants to get back into the rodeo circuit bull-riding again, but Sophia wants her dream job at an art world in New York City. With their future so uncertain they turn to Ira (Alan Alda), who is an elderly man with a lifelong love for his beloved wife that withstood everything life could through their way. Can Luke and Sophia find inspiration and help through Ira or will their relationship fade as they go off embarking on their separate journeys?

MISTRESS AMERICA: Release Date- August 14, 2015

A college freshman from New York, Tracy, is soon rescued from her quiet and secure lifestyle by her soon-to-be stepsister Brooke. Brooke is nothing like Tracy as she has an adventurous attitude wanting to get into mischief and have fun. The two embark on madding schemes across New York City together. This is a great comedy chick flick where the two embark in dream-chasing and dealing with their family complications. What will these two young woman get into next?

Brooklyn: Release Date- November 4, 2015

Irish immigrant (Saoirse Ronana) is homesick for her homeland, but living in New York during the 1950’s is paradise. She falls for an Italian plumber (Emory Cohen). As she has the opportunity to travel back to her homeland she finds temptation as she begins falling for another man (Domhnall Gleeson) who happens to be Irish as well. Will Saoirse overcome her homesickness and return to New York to be with Emory or will Domhnall steal her heart and love?

By The Sea: Release Date- November 13, 2015

During the mid-1970’s, Vanessa (Angelina Jolie Pitt) who used to be a dancer, and her husband Roland (Brad Pitt), an American writer, travel the country of France together. Although it does seem as if things between the couple are not as great as it could be as it appears they are growing apart. The couple happens along a quiet, seaside town that draws them closer to the towns vibrant inhabitants and local bar/cafe and hotel owner. Will the two rekindle their love for each other during their France expedition.

Carol: Release Date- November 20, 2015

From afar Theresa Belivet (Rooney Mara) eyes the most elegant and gorgeous Carol (Cate Blachett), who was thoroughly examining the doll displays from a 1950’s Manhattan department store. As the two become acquainted a fast bond develops that leads to a love like no other. But, alas there are quite a few consequences that lead to complications. Will Theresa and Carol’s love withstand those consequences or is it not meant to be?