Best Galentine's movies based on Zodiac signs | Sunday Observer

Best Galentine's movies based on Zodiac signs

21 February, 2021

February 14 brought the most fabulous holiday of the year. No, it was not Valentine’s Day. It was Galentine’s Day, the non-official time of the year to honour friendship. Being that was the 10-year anniversary of Galentine’s Day, an event that was trademarked in 2010 on Parks and Recreation, we celebrated the awesome day with the best movies to watch based on all the signs of the zodiac.



Bend It Like Beckham

Friends who support their squad are the best to have.

Although Aries have a need to be #1, they want their crew to be at the same level as them.

Bend It Like Beckham supports this theory of two BFFs who want the other to play soccer hard, win on and off the field, succeed in life, and have fun.

No matter their differences, they come together because that’s what teammates do for each other. They never compete for a trophy (as they only play for the same team) and cheer the other on — that’s true friendship for you.



Girls Trip

This college crew wants to get nostalgic and relive their glory days in Las Vegas for a girls weekend together. Like Taurus, they want to be indulgent in all that life has to offer in New Orleans.

However, things get real when they begin to open up about their personal lives. Sharing their truths is hard, but with friends who don’t care about superficial sentiments it’s easy to let loose and expose the realness within.

Every Taurus will appreciate the loyalty shown and proven in this movie. Girls Trip gives a very deeper meaning to the term “ride or die.”



Mean Girls

At first glance, one may not assume that Mean Girls is a movie that expresses the true sentiment of Galentine’s Day. That is a misconception.

Like the air sign Gemini, Mean Girls has a duality to it. This flick shows how important it is for women to support other women —and what happens when one doesn't.

Once friends quit spreading rumors and start standing up for each other, they can flourish in all areas of life and be lifelong pals who have their back. Instead of backstabbing others, give them some TLC. And, don’t be a Mean Girl.



How Stella Got Her Groove Back

Two gal pals (Angela Bassett and Whoopi Goldberg) go on vacation to Jamaica. While in Jamaica, Delilah (Goldberg) urges her bestie Stella (Bassett) to loosen up and open herself up to love again (which happens to come in the form of a much younger Winston, who’s portrayed by Taylor Diggs). Without Delilah’s guidance and support (she is always cheering Stella on). Stella wouldn’t risk it all to experience bliss, love, and freedom on her terms. Cancers are the natural nurturers of the zodiac. Just like this sentimental movie, they keep life flowing and moving, like the waves of the ocean.




Real talk: Being popular is very important to Leos, whether they want to admit it or not.

TBH, ruling the halls of high school with their bestie is the only dream that matters to them. That’s what Amy and Molly aim to do throughout the movie Booksmart.

But, they also want to cram all of high school into one decadent night of celebrating their graduation, which as any Leo knows is the only way to make a splash on the party scene (in an extra, big, messy, and dramatic way to make their presence known).



Hidden Figures

Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Mary Jackson (Octavia Spencer), and Dorothy Vaughan (Janelle Monáe) work for the government and are insanely smart (as most Virgos are). All three of them rise to the top of the ranks at NASA and aid Katherine in implementing the coordinates for the spaceship to reach the Moon. This real-life film depiction shows us how pals and Virgos love each other, with direct communication and admiration for the other’s mathematical mind. After all, Virgos only have time for smart friends who are real and always there to help out with their brainpower.



Someone Great

No one knows more than Libra that relationships come and go. But, as long as we have friends by our side to wipe out tears, then we can get through heartbreak with flying colors (over time). Also, no one knows more than Libra that a true pal always stands by the side of their pals to help them achieve their dreams.

When Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) is dumped by her longtime BF, her BFFs Blair (Brittany Snow) and Erin (DeWanda Wise) spend a day trying to mend their bestie’s heart.

An action that any loyal Libra would do for their friends.



Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey

Hell hath no fury like a Scorpio scorned, especially if they have a whole crew of friends willing to fight on their behalf for their cause. Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) has a group of deadly women in her squad (Huntress, Black Canary, and Renee Montoya) who help her escape the crime boss (Black Mask) and mend the pieces of her broken heart after a breakup with her on-again/off-again boo, the Joker. Together, they become unexpected vigilantes of Gotham City and give new meaning to the phrase “girl power.” After all, Scorpio represents the claws of justice (like Harley and co.).