They spend the day together with Marisa pretending she is a fellow hotel guest…Defining moment: Marisa’s ten-year-old son saving the day by asking Chris at a press conference if people deserve second chances.

She ditched him after her 13th birthday party to become the queen bee of the mean girls.

Defining moment: The 80s soundtrack is awesome, and the dance routine to Who: Drew Barrymore, David Arquette, Molly Shannon What: Journalist Josie (Barrymore) goes undercover at her old high school in order to befriend the cool crowd and write a story on youth culture.

Even high school geek (read: arty and clever, but unpopular) Laney Boggs (Leigh Cook).

Defining moment: In typical high school movie style, Laney is already gorgeous beneath her paint-spattered overalls and glasses, but her appearance at the top of the stairs in an LBD, to the tones of Sixpence None The Richer’s Who: Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer What: Jenna (Garner) gets mean-girled by the popular clique at her 13th birthday party, and wishes she could escape high school and be ‘thirty and flirty’.

Who: Hugh Grant, Andie Mac Dowell, Kristin Scott Thomas What: Definitive Richard Curtis romantic comedy with Hugh Grant as the posh bumbling Charles.

He meets American Carrie (Mac Dowell) at a wedding and they sleep together together, before spending the next few years having a series of missed opportunities.To make their engagement look convincing, they have to act as a couple. Margaret rapping Lil Jon’s Who: Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant What: The original – and the best – Bridget flick, based on Helen Fielding’s sublime, relatable and hilarious bestseller.Singleton Bridget (Zellweger) wants to lose weight, kick the fags and find a non-fuckwit boyfriend. Her options are currently commitment-phobe Daniel Cleaver (Grant) and aloof goody-goody Mark Darcy (Firth).He calls a Seattle radio show about it and Sam is inundated with offers from women around the country, including Annie (Ryan).She impulsively writes asking him to meet her at the Empire State Building on Valentine’s Day.Defining moment: Josie trying to forget her horrific high school experience and yelling “I’m not Josie Grossie anymore!