15 Best Jennifer Aniston Romantic Comedy Movies
We ranked the most memorable Jennifer Aniston movies on her romantic comedy movie resume from uninspired to unforgettable.
15. Mother's Day (2016)
14. Bounty Hunter (2010)
What was meant to be a sexy action romp turns out to really just be a low-chemistry dud. It's also full of wacky chase scenes and snoozy sexual innuendo.
13. Rumor Has It (2005)
This is a film about a woman who thinks her family might be the inspiration for the movie "The Graduate." OK... Pro tip: See "The Graduate" instead. It was nominated for seven Oscars. "Rumor Has It"? Not so much.
12. Just Go With It (2011)
Jennifer Aniston plays wingman for Adam Sandler, posing to be his ex-wife so he can continue lying to his hot, young girlfriend. You can probably guess how it ends.
11. He's Just Not That Into (2009)
First it was a "Sex and the City" line. Then a self-help book. Naturally, He's Just Not That Into You had to head to the big screen or single women everywhere probably wouldn't survive. Unfortunately, the majority of the female characters in the movie are portrayed as either needy, uptight, immoral, or downright desperate.
10. Along Came Polly (2004)
This film has its sweet moments and a standout sidekick performance from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, but we still have a hard time believing that these two clashing personalities would last beyond a third date.
9. Picture Perfect (1997)
Picture Perfect isn't exactly the most memorable rom-com in a decade full of gems. Here, fresh off her "Friends" success, Jen plays a woman who can't get promoted because she's, um, single. Bummer. Of course, she hatches a plan to pretend she's engaged and chaos/love ensues.
8. The Object of My Affection (1998)
This sweet little Paul Rudd vehicle follows a pregnant social worker who's in love with her BFF. Unfortunately, he happens to be gay. While it's mostly forgettable, there's enough wit to make it an entertaining watch.
7. First Ladies
We're eagerly looking forward to Netflix's new Jennifer Aniston comedy, with Aniston (pictured here in "She's Funny That Way") playing a lesbian woman elected President of the United States. Adding to the movie's appeal is the fact that comedian Tig Notaro is both writing and co-starring as Aniston's wife.
6. The Break-Up (2006)
Instead of watching a couple swoon over one another, we get to watch them squabble over petty relationship stuff, fall apart, and make each other jealous. A few laugh-out-loud moments and awkward/angry Vince Vaughn make The Break-Up a reliable anti-romance.
5. The Switch (2010)
Yes, it seems entirely implausible that a guy would drunkenly replace his best friend's sperm donor cup with his own. But Aniston and Jason Bateman are charming together, plus, their neurotic young offspring (Thomas Robinson) is adorable.
4. Wanderlust (2012)
David Wain rarely disappoints when it coms to ridiculous comedies, and "Wanderlust" is at its best when it's at its wackiest. Aniston nails it as a yuppie-turned-psuedo-hippie, and the supporting players make the whole thing all the more delightfully absurd.
3. We're the Millers (2013)
A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico. Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper/mom in this great comedy movie.
2. She's the One (1996)
Edward Burns followed up on the success of his indie hit "The Brothers McMullen" with this charming New York story about two brothers and their adventures in family drama. Young Aniston, an early-career Cameron Diaz, and a Tom Petty soundtrack take this realistic view of infidelity and relationship complexities to the next level.
1. Office Space (1999)
"I did absolutely nothing and it was everything I thought it could be." You said it. Ron Livingston's Peter Gibbons became the ultimate hero to every TPS report-hating '90s working stiff in Mike Judge's endlessly quotable classic comedy. Jennifer Aniston was the perfect person to play his partner-in-sloth, Chotchkie's flair or not.