Best Moment: When Anna's mom (in her body) sneaks out of her own rehearsal dinner to play in Anna's band, and a) saves the day, and b) finally realizes how talented her daughter is. Why It's Perfect: There is nothing more awesome than watching four best friends go through adventures, deal with major life stuff, and just generally be there for each other. Best Moment: So there's this kissing scene on a rock in the forest that is simultaneously the sweetest and most mortifying moment of the movie. And now there's a sequel you can rent to make it a music-filled marathon. Now all you need is a stack of the awesome movies to help you laugh and cry your way through the perfect girls' night in. Best Moment: It's hard to choose, but definitely one of the many times Gus and Hazel ripped your heart out with their special way of saying I love you. Best Moment: There are too many amazing lines to choose from, so let's go with the moment near the end when Cher realizes that she might love Josh. Also, Chad Michael Murray is at his very cutest here. From Anna Kendrick's famed cup song to Fat Amy's endlessly hilarious one-liners, this is one flick that we can't get enough of. Just don't put it on last — or you'll all go to bed crying. Put them all on, and try to learn the dance routines with your friends.
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