7 Awesome Katherine Heigl Movies to Watch with Your Gal Pals ...

By Kayla

If you're looking for some movies to watch the next time you get together with the girls, you should rent some Katherine Heigl movies. While many people know her best for her role on Grey's Anatomy, she has played some memorable characters over the years. From her portrayal of Alison in Knocked Up to Abby in The Ugly Truth, many of her movies are definitely worth watching. Here's a list of my favorite Katherine Heigl movies. See if your favorite made the list.

1 The Ugly Truth

One of my favorite Katherine Heigl movies is The Ugly Truth. Each time I watch this movie, I always find something new to laugh about. This movie tells the story of a somewhat uptight television producer named Abby, who's romantically challenged and a bit of a control freak. In an attempt to improve ratings, Abby's boss hires Mike, who is a male chauvinist, who completely disagrees with everything that Abby believes about men. To prove that he knows how men think, Mike offers to help Abby in her quest to get a man and she accepts. Watch to see if Mike can prove his theories about men are true.

2 27 Dresses

Have you ever been a bridesmaid? If so, I'm sure that you will be able to relate to Jane in 27 Dresses. After being a bridesmaid in 27 different weddings, Jane has learned how to be the perfect bridesmaid. That all changes when Jane's younger sister Tess falls in love with Jane's boss George, whom Jane has been in love with for years. Even worse, they pick Jane to help plan their wedding. Jane also meets a man named Kevin, who only further complicates her life.

3 Life as We Know It

This movie tells the story of two single adults, Eric Messer and Holly Berenson, who have been brought together by tragedy. Holly and Messer have never really liked one another. When their mutual best friends pass away, they discover that they have been named as guardians of the couple's infant daughter Sophie. In order to raise Sophie how their friends wanted, Holly and Messer decide to move into their friends' home and raise Sophie together. At first they have a difficult time getting along, but as time goes by they actually grow to really like one other.

4 Knocked up

To celebrate a promotion at work, Alison goes out for a night on the town with her sister. While out she meets Ben, who's a bit of a slacker. After drinking way too much, Ben and Alison have a one-night stand. Eight weeks later Alison discovers that she is pregnant and the baby is Ben's. Together they decide that they will keep the baby, but Ben has to grow up and he has to do it quickly.

5 New Year's Eve

This movie allows you to watch several different stories at one time. One of the stories is about former couple Laura, played by Katherine Heigl, and Jensen, played by Jon Bon Jovi. Jensen has been out of Laura's life for the last year and she is angry with him for walking out on their relationship, but he's back and claims that he's sorry. He is determined to prove his love for her. Watch to see if Laura and Jensen can reconnect with each other or if their relationship is over for good.

6 Love Comes Softly

Based on a Janette Oke book, Love Comes Softly is set in the 1800s and tells the story of a young woman named Marty. In the beginning of the movie Marty and her husband are traveling out west when he suddenly dies, leaving her to make it on her on. Unable to take care of herself and her unborn child alone, Marty agrees to enter into a marriage of convenience with a man named Clark who needs help raising his young daughter. Clark tells Marty that if she will stay with him for the winter, he'll pay for her to go back east when spring comes. As time goes by Marty and Clark grow closer. Watch to see if Marty will go home in the spring or if she will decide to stay with Clark.

7 The Ringer

If you like Katherine Heigl and Johnny Knoxville, then you'll love The Ringer. This movie is about a guy named Steve who pretends to be Jeffy, a man with a mental disability, so he can enter the Special Olympics. Steve, aka Jeffy, needs the Special Olympics prize money to pay for a friend's surgery. During the competition, Steve falls for Lynn, played by Katherine Heigl, who is a Special Olympics volunteer. His love for Lynn and his new friendships make him realize that trying to fix the Special Olympics so that he will win is wrong. Will Lynn want to be part of Steve's life once she finds out that he is not really who he claims to be?

Do you like watching Katherine Heigl movies as much as I do? If so, what is your favorite? I can't wait to hear what you think.

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