We discuss ten movies like Prom Pact you must watch. Add these well-recommended films to your watch list.
Prom Pact, the streaming movie from the big mouse on Disney+, is a lighthearted teen comedy that revolves around friends who make a pact to all find dates for their high school prom.
Of course, this being your classic coming-of-age romantic comedy, the story leads to those pesky unexpected romantic entanglements and humorous misfortunes of teens on the pressures of that big night.
Without further ado, here is a list of similar movies to Prom Pact, which combines modern tropes, rom-com nostalgia, relatable characters, and themes of genuine self-discovery.
10 Movies like Prom Pact
American Pie (1999)
With a story as timeless as ever, American Pie follows four friends who make a pact during a party to lose their virginity by their senior prom before the summer leading up to their college journey. American Pie has inspired a franchise, but the original coming-of-age tale remains the best—a classic comedy that explores themes of teenage sexuality with a gentle, yet often hilarious, touch.
A Tourist’s Guide to Love (2023)
The Netflix romance film A Tourist’s Guide to Love has the ability to coax the approval out of you with the best of intentions. The story creates some genuine charismatic bursts because of the genuine opposites attract chemistry. The film stars Rachel Leigh Cook and Scott Ly, with the star mentioned above playing an uptight travel executive sent undercover to vet a family-owned tourist company.
Do Revenge (2022)
Do Revenge is a fusion of John Hughes and Cruel Intentions, with a wickedly intelligent script and a dark sense of humor that can only come from the devious minds of high school students. Full of surprises, the story follows Drea and Eleanor, who share a shared trauma of being ostracized and seeking revenge on their sworn enemies.
This streaming Netflix rom-com is a lighthearted romp that offers a fun and enjoyable escape for fans of the genre. The film follows the story of two strangers, Sloane and Jackson, who agree to be each other’s platonic “holidates” for every holiday throughout the year. As the seasons change, so does their dynamic, leading to unexpected feelings and romantic entanglements.
The Kissing Booth (2018)
This popular Netflix rom-com takes a lighthearted and nostalgic approach to teenage romance, and anyone who likes Prom Pact will find it entertaining and enjoyable. The Kissing Booth tells the story of Elle (Joey King) and Lee (Joel Courtney), two inseparable best friends who abide by a sacred list of rules to maintain their close bond.
However, Elle develops romantic feelings for Lee’s older brother, Noah (Jacob Elordi).
Lady Bird (2017)
Nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Lady Bird follows the journey of Christine McPherson, a high school senior in Sacramento, California. Lady Bird is a heartfelt coming-of-age film that captures the complexities of teenage life and relationships, much like Prom Pact, with its relatable characters and themes of self-discovery.
Marry Me (2022)
Based on a graphic novel by Bobby Crosby, Marry Me follows a pop star named Kat Valdez (Jennifer Lopez) who suddenly becomes so frustrated with her love life that she marries the first man she sees.
That happens to be Charlie (Owen Wilson), holding a sign that says, “Marry Me.” Anyone who is a fan of Prom Pact and classic 90s rom-coms will enjoy the Lopez vehicle.
Somebody I Used to Know (2023)
Dave Franco’s film Somebody I Used to Know has the uber-talented (and under-appreciated) Alison Brie. Even a couple of actors in supporting roles are surprisingly effective, like Community’s Danny Pudi and Airplane’s Julie Hagerty.
The movie follows Ally, an ambitious reality television series producer who comes home for the first time since leaving for Los Angeles.
To All the Boys I Loved Before (2018)
Based on the popular young adult novel, sure, To All the Boys I Loved Before can be sentimental and somewhat predictable. Still, this tale of a young girl navigating the complexities of coming-of-age romance manages to provide an entertaining experience for the Gen-Z crowd and the millennials who are young at heart.
Your Place or Mine (2023)
Sure, Your Place or Mine’s ending may have needed a rewrite because the script leaves logic at the door and overdoses on sentimentality. However, this Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher vehicle has an infectious charm and some genuine laughs. The story follows two best friends, Debbie and Peter, who reflect on and celebrate 20 years of friendship.
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