10 Movies You Should Watch If You Totally Loved
Sierra Burgess is a Loser
September 23, 2018
love the new rom-coms given to us by Netflix recently. The newest one to hit the streaming service is , which stars Sierra Burgess is a Loser Shannon Purser and the love of our lives, Noah Centineo. If you haven’t seen it yet, exit this narrative and come back after you are done! Done? Great!
have seen Sierra Burgess, however, you probably can’t get enough. And while watching it and in succession for days on end is great and all, we need a little diversity here, people! You’re in luck because we took it upon ourselves to compile a list of movies you will absolutely love if you’re OB-SESSED with To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before SBIAL. What are you waiting for? Read the list and then get to watching!
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The Spectacular Now
doesn't involve the same amount of deception as what's featured in The Spectacular Now Sierra Burgess is a Loser, the film does follow the story of the popular guy in school falling for a not-so-popular girl. The two characters have complex back stories, which makes the movie a tear-jerker just like the new Netflix original we are all obsessed with.
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The Prince and Me
is a certified classic. If you want to get some throwback vibes you should definitely consider watching this after The Prince and M Sierra Burgess. In case you forgot, the Prince of Denmark, played by Luke Mably longs for a normal life so he opts to attend college in America where he meets Paige Morgan, played by Julia Stiles. Only, he doesn't tell her he is a prince. We love this movie because the love story is so iconic, just like the one between Sierra and Jamey!
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The Perfect Man
Was there even a movie in the 2000s that
Hilary Duff didn't star in? basically follows the former teen star's character as she tries to find — you guessed it — a perfect man for her single mother. Essentially, she catfishes her mom into believing she is talking to the man of her dreams. Oh boy... The Perfect Man
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The Fault in Our Stars
20th Century Fox
This movie hit everyone right in the feels, but also has a little deception like
Sierra Burgess. So if you like the new Netflix flick AND are in the mood for a really good cry, then we highly recommend you watch . But make sure you have a huge box of Kleenex with you because you are definitely going to need it — this book-to-film adaptation is one of the most devastating things we've ever seen. The Fault in Our Stars
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She's the Man
If you want all of the deception of
Sierra Burgess is a Loser and ALSO want to see Channing Tatum as a fetus, then you should totally watch . It is a story about a case of mistaken identity and it includes She's the Man Amanda Bynes, our favorite funny girl of the 2000s. It's adorable AND hilarious — what could be better??
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20th Century Fox
This coming-of-age story is about a high schooler named Simon, played by
Nick Robinson, who is grappling with his sexuality and hiding it from his friends and family. Through an online relationship with an unknown person, Simon develops feelings for this person he only knows as "Blue." Not only is this movie a super cute rom-com, but it comes with a powerful message about equality and acceptance. We highly recommend!
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John Tucker Must Die
20th Century Fox
We love this movie! It is a total throwback, and it features some of the themes from
Sierra Burgess like using a cheerleader as a pawn. Brittany Snow is iconic in this role and the movie is a classic as well. It is definitely worth a watch!
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While romance may not be at the forefront of this ABC Family (now Freeform) original movie, it still has a strong message about the damage cyberbullying or pretending to be someone else online can have on a person. The film stars
Emily Osment as Taylor, a girl who receives a laptop for her birthday and proceeds to be cyber-bullied after joining a online group. Much like Sierra Burgess, it shows the dark side of pretending to be someone else.
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This is the movie that started it all. It is a real life story of
Nev Schulman and his personal run-in with a fake person online. It is practically the same story as Sierra Burgess, but filmed from a real-life perspective. It is super interesting and you get to see what inspired Nev to create Catfish: The TV Show.
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A Cinderella Story
Warner Bros. Pictures
is probably one of the more quotable (and memorable) movies of the 2000s and we love it! When Sam Montgomery strikes up an online romance with an unknown person, she soon realizes who it really is the school's quarterback, Austin Ames! It should for sure be on your Throwback Thursday watchlist, especially if you love A Cinderella Story Sierra Burgess.