The “feel good” movie genre is somewhat of an ultra-meta concept. The only criterion of a feel good flick being, of course, that it… makes you feel good. Heady stuff, I know.
But hey, don’t stress over the semantics too much or you’ll end up missing the point.
Regardless of how subjective the genre is, some movies have been time-tested to almost guarantee a steady flow of dopamine to your system. Think: Friends in cars, low-stakes antics, and, of course, the hard-earned happy ending. These are the best feel good movies of all time.
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