Every Single Movie Reference in Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” Music Video

After days of teasing behind-the-scenes footage and photos on Instagram, the full music video for Ariana Grande‘s breakup single and 2018’s unofficial national anthem “Thank U, Next” finally arrived today (November 30). We knew ahead of time that the video would be iconic—how could it not with lyrics that name-check her exes and hints that the video would reference early-2000s classics? The final video is so compelling, though, it merits a scene-by-scene breakdown.

The “Thank U, Next” music video does the most in the best way. Every scene includes a nod to one of four iconic early-aughts films: Mean Girls, Bring It On, Legally Blonde, and 13 Going on 30, with Grande playing the lead characters (Regina George, Torrance Shipman, Elle Woods, and Jenna Rink—Grande has the range!) There’s moments you don’t need a movie marathon to recognize: Writing in the Burn Book as Regina George, marching into Harvard Yard with a chihuahua in tow as Elle Woods—you get the idea. Even with on-the-nose tributes to these classics, Grande managed to sneak in deep-dive details from each movie. Ahead, catch up on all the hidden movie references you may have missed on your first watch, organized by each epic throwback film.

Mean Girls

1. Ariana Grande did it, so I did it. “Thank U, Next” opens with several odes to Mean Girls—but Grande doesn’t appear on-screen for the first several clips. In Regina George fashion, she’s introduced by legions of admirers from North Shore High—including the original Aaron Samuels, Jonathan Bennett—talking about their devotion to the pop star. (Including: Punching oneself in the face after an Ariana “knock out” tweet, hearing that she said their “hair looks sexy pushed back,” and getting pregnant because they heard Ariana was pregnant. Yikes.)

2. The Burn Book Where Regina George crucified the fellow students she couldn’t stand, Ariana-as-Regina’s Burn Book is a little different. She makes a page for the exes name-checked in the song, including a surprise apology “Srry I dipped,” she writes.

3. The Plastics Several shots show Ariana and her crew of pink-clad Plastics walking the halls of North Shore High in perfect formation. They were outfits extremely similar to the original film, down to Cady Heron’s pink polo shirt. One member, ostensibly Karen Smith, grabs her chest in reference to her “sixth sense.”

4. The Winter Talent Show “Forget Jingle Bell Rock.” Ariana Grande and the Plastics put on a song-and-scandalous-dance routine to “Thank U, Next,” but they keep the red leather Santa costumes from Mean Girls for the performance.

5. “I’m not a regular mom, I’m a cool mom.” While the Plastics perform on stage, the camera cuts to Kris Jenner in the audience, playing the “cool mom” part originated by Amy Poehler. She’s got the exact same costume, too: Pink tracksuit, handheld camera, and awkward dance moves. Give her an Oscar!

Bring It On

6. The Rancho Carne Toros get their cheer on. Grande’s nods to Bring It On largely took place in cheerleading scenes on the sidelines of a football game, where she and her teammates wore “TUN” (“Thank U, Next”) emblazoned uniforms in the red-and-black print of the Rancho Carne Toros. There were also appearances by the rival East Compton Clovers in green and yellow.

7. Torrance and Cliff are adorable, and there’s a mix tape. Side-by-side, there’s no missing the reference to Torrance and Cliff’s tooth-brushing meet-cute scene in Bring It On. Just like the film, they’re hanging out in their pajamas and falling in love over passing the Crest bottle. Then, like in the film, Grande’s on-screen love interest hands her a mix tape; though, we’re betting there’s no hard-rock like in the Kirsten Dunst original.

8. The Clovers and the Rancho Carne Toros face off.

There’s a final dance-off and kickline with members of both cheer squads to finish the video. (It’s a cheer-ocracy!) For the record, the tribute got the movie’s stamp of approval.

Legally Blonde

9. “Woods, Comma Elle.” Halfway through the video, Ariana Grande rolls up to Harvard University as Elle Woods in a navy blue convertible and a head-to-toe pink outfit. (Again, just like the movie.) She struts through campus ready to study law and take names in a way that Reese Witherspoon would definitely approve of.

10. Bruiser Woods Elle Woods is nothing without her fabulous companion, Bruiser Woods. He gets the star treatment in Grande’s video, including a shot on a pool float that’s a call-out to Elle’s video application to Harvard.

11. Books and Bikinis Studying in the library isn’t Elle Woods’ style: Grande-as-Elle brushes up on her studies outside in a bikini and a feathered jacket. In what some are calling a sly political statement, she’s reading up on immigration law.

12. “Endorphins make you happy.” Elle Woods’ Harvard Law School dorm room is equipped with an elliptical machine she uses while she studies. (Multitasking, why not.) Grande’s take on scenes where Elle works out in her room include that piece of equipment—but she’s working out for herself.

13. The Bend and Snap Many of Legally Blonde‘s most iconic moments take place in a Cambridge nail salon, where Elle links up with Jennifer Coolidge’s Paulette. Grande brought Coolidge back for shot-for-shot pep-talks in the nail salon, and the return of the bend-and-snap dance sequence.

14. The Hunky UPS Delivery Guy It wouldn’t be a Legally Blonde tribute without a visit from the UPS man—only, in Ariana’s universe, he’s visiting from another three-letter organization.

13 Going On 30

14. Jenna’s Doll House 13 Going on 30 had the briefest appearance in the music video, but it made an impact. Grande’s breakup haircut is on full display while she plays with Jenna’s dream Barbie house from the movie and has a good ‘ol happy cry. She wears a red blouse like Jennifer Garner’s in the original film.

Have you seen a music video with more on-point references? We didn’t think so. To all the other pop artists that were vying for video of the year: Thank u, try again in 2019.

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15 Best Lip Balms for Dry, Chapped Lips

Chapped lips tend to reach next-level special-hell status this time of year. Between flaking, cracking, and a very high ick—and ouch—factor, they’re the bane of living through winter (and that’s counting the flu and trudging through slush). Luckily for all of us, there’s a solution for even the most severe situations: our favorite lip balms.

We polled Glamour editors to find out which of the best lip balms they can’t live without in the winter. Whether you’re looking for a boost of hydration, gorgeous shine, or packaging so cool, you’ll want one for every bag, we’ve got you covered from November through March and then some. Scroll through for our picks—your lips will thank you.

Lady Gaga Just Spoke Out About That Text She Sent Kesha Calling Katy Perry ‘Mean’

Earlier this year, news broke that Lady Gaga and Kesha privately texted about the latter’s legal situation with music producer Dr. Luke. If you’re unfamiliar, Kesha sued Dr. Luke for emotional and physical abuse in 2014. The situation put Kesha’s music career in limbo, and in April 2016 a judge dismissed several of the claims she made against him. On Friday (November 30), the text exchange between Gaga and Kesha became public, and in it they discuss another singer who’s worked with Dr. Luke: Katy Perry.

In Perry’s deposition for the Kesha-Dr. Luke case, she denies being sexually assaulted by Dr. Luke—an accusation that’s been floating around for a while now. Kesha and Gaga discuss this specifically in their texts. “She [Perry] is probably really afraid to lose everything,” Gaga wrote to Kesha via text, according to Us Weekly. “U are really strong standing up to him [Dr. Luke], she’s not as strong as u yet.”

“your [sic] right. I need to find sympathy and empathy for her,” Kesha replied to Gaga before calling Perry “so mean.”

Gaga echoed Kesha’s sentiments, writing back, “Do u want me to see if I can talk to her. I know she’s mean. … She makes me angry about s–t [but] I just try to have empathy for her.”

These texts, for obvious reasons, quickly went viral on the Internet. However, Gaga took to Twitter on Friday afternoon and set the record straight. She says there’s no bad blood between herself and Perry, and that the texts released from the deposition are old.

“.@katyperry & I have grown up in the industry together,” Gaga tweeted. “We’ve gone through both celebrations & differences w/ each other. These are old texts. We’ve matured, gotten over the past, love each other & share deep respect. Katy is my friend and is truly a kind soul. End of story.”

Perry returned the affection. “Love you too friend ❤️ Onward and upward,” she wrote.

Hopefully, this ends any squabbling within the Katy and Gaga fan communities.

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I Got an Antioxidant-Filled IV Drip for Better Skin

Up until this point I only thought of IVs as something you’d get at the hospital or joke about needing when you’re hungover. The possibility it could even be used for something as vain as making your skin look dewier honestly never even crossed my mind. But because it’s 2018, and this is the future, IVs have now made their way to celebrities’ lavish bedsides, into hotel rooms, and all over Instagram.

Medical tools, these are not. Clever start-ups have taken the technology out of doctor’s office and turned them into the next luxury service. Bachelorette party got too wild? Feeling sick and need some Vitamin C? A pro can be at your door with a needle in an hour. And now, it’s reached next level: You can officially get vitamins, nutrients, and hydration delivered straight into your bloodstream, all with the promise of giving you brighter, glowier skin.

What happened to plain old skin care? Great question. Similar to celebrities’ oft-cited advice that “drinking a lot of water” is the secret to great skin, the claim behind this new generation of IV drips is that they’ll not only hydrate you enough so it shows on your face, but that they also have the ability to enrich your blood with glow-boosting vitamins. One of them is called Glutathione, according to Lily Kunin, the owner of NYC’s Clean Market, which offers the NutriDrip IV system.

“The ‘Glow Drip’ that we offer is basically just glutathione, which is known as a master antioxidant,” she explains. “It works to detox your liver and kidneys. Once those are detoxed, your skin is healthier and looks refreshed. Everyone calls it the ‘glutathione glow.'”

Some IV systems, like StriveIV, which comes directly to your home, also offer more vitamins in addition to glutathione. “It’s a high-power antioxidant IV. We mix glutathione with high-dose Vitamin C to fight free-radicals, which [when left untreated] can break down cells and speed up the aging process,” explains StriveIV cofounder Maura Mandell. “You’re mixing the master antioxidant and the most stable antioxidant, in order to help stabilize the molecules from creating further degradation in your skin. To top it off, we put in a lot of multi-vitamins because when your body is feeling run-down, your skin can look dull and feel dry.”

The thinking behind it? Instead of putting a Vitamin C serum directly on your skin or taking a vitamin (or, you know, eating healthy), having these nutrients pumped directly into your blood stream means you get a 100 percent absorption rate. In other words: it’s supposed to be more effective.

Kunin sees the IV drip trend as a natural expansion of the Internet’s booming interest in wellness—particularly ingestibles. “There’s been a shift in beauty,” she says. “We’ve always thought of skin care as topical, and now there’s a more widespread understanding that beauty is also from the inside-out. That belief is making people more interested in IVs for their skin.”

I can’t say that’s exactly what led me, a 27-year-old woman with a fear of needles, to get the treatment—twice. But the promise of instantly better-looking certainly didn’t hurt. Upon arriving at Clean Market, I checked in and sat down in a comfortable lounge chair, foot rest and all. Ellie, the RN who administered my IV, assured me that the needle she’d be using was pediatric-sized, so I shouldn’t have to worry about much discomfort. And she was right. I felt a tiny pinch as the IV was put in place, and suddenly my veins began being filled with a surge of glutathione.

While I questioned Kunin on the growing popularity of these treatments (she says she sees mostly women and a handful of men, some of whom even come in on their lunch breaks), my arm began to feel tingly, as if I had slept on it for too long. I tried not to look at the IV, which was connected to a bag filled with orange liquid and hanging on the wood-paneled wall—a bit more glamorous than the metal IV stand you’d see in a hospital. And although some people tend to taste the vitamins in their mouth, I was sipping a latte that successfully masked any flavor.

I sat there for about 25 minutes—roughly five minutes longer than I would with a face mask—while the bag emptied into my body, and before I knew it, Ellie was removing the IV.

PHOTO: Courtesy subject

The results? For starters, I had more energy, which Kunin says is one of the common results of an antioxidant drip. But upon looking in the mirror, I instantly saw that I looked more refreshed. The bags under my eyes had disappeared nearly completely, my usual blotchy redness seemed to have faded, and I didn’t look nearly as tired as I had before I walked in. Hours later, the results only got better, revealing the “glutathione glow” that Kunin told me about. Was I transformed? No, but the difference was certainly visible, at least to myself.

“Because it’s an antioxidant, it helps fight free-radicals and gives you more energy,” she told me. “It also acts as a defense against pollution and chemicals.” Almost like a doctor, they gave me care instructions for when I left the office: Drink at least three quarts of water (so, roughly 12 cups) throughout the day—carrying on throughout the next week. That, Kunin says, should help flush any complexion-dulling waste from your system.

Also, similar to any other skin care routine, she says upkeep is key to seeing maximum results: “I say it’s similar to getting facials, you can get them regularly—I’ve had patients do them a few times a week to start, and then move on to maintenance after some time.”

Now, while I don’t personally have the funds (or the pain tolerance) to maintain a regular IV drip routine (Clean Market’s treatment is $99, while StriveIV’s is $349), I’d absolutely budget for it ahead of an event. After all, that is what they do in Hollywood.

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Ariana Grande Wrote an Apology to Pete Davidson in Her ‘Thank U, Next’ Video

Ariana Grande dropped her highly-anticipated music video for “Thank U, Next” on Friday (November 30), and it had all the early-aughts nostalgia fans expected plus a few surprises. The biggest one was probably Kris Jenner, who appears during one of the Mean Girls segments as Regina George’s mother. Obviously, she looked iconic.

But there’s a blink-and-you-missed-it moment that happens early on in the video—also during a Mean Girls montage—that’s just as surprising. It turns out Grande’s “Thank U, Next” Burn Book is filled with notes and musings about her ex-boyfriends. Most are lighthearted and funny (she writes Big Sean, her boyfriend from 2014 to 2015, could still “get it”), but her message to Pete Davidson—her latest ex whom, remember, she almost married—is a bit more serious.

“Sorry I dipped,” Grande writes to Davidson, opting for “SRY” instead of the whole word. “I love you always.” (She also wrote “HUUUUUUUGE” at the bottom of his page, which…we’ll let you interpret what that means.)

See the sweet message for yourself, below:

PHOTO: Republic

It’s a short-but-telling message. The last time Grande referenced Davidson in public was right before she dropped the song “Thank U, Next”—when she seemingly subtweeted him after he joked about their engagement. “For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh,” she tweeted (and later deleted) at the beginning of November. Her note in the video, though, suggests there’s still love between the two of them.

Check out some fan reactions to the video, below:

This is the second music video Grande has released this month. In early November, she dropped the visual for “Breathin’.”

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Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Video Is Here, and It’s, Well, So Fetch

Ariana Grande dropped her “Thank U, Next” music video on Friday (November 30), and it’s everything fans hoped for and more.

As teased for a few weeks now, the clip is a tribute to four classic comedies from the early aughts: Bring It On, Legally Blonde, 13 Going on 30, and Mean Girls. There are deep cut references to all these films made throughout the video, including a Mean Girls-esque Burn Book, Elle Woods’ many pink outfits, a cheerleading costume reminiscent of Kirsten Dunst’s in Bring It On, and Jenna Rink’s dollhouse in 13 Going on 30.

Some familiar faces are in the video too, including Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls), and Jennifer Coolidge, who played the fan-favorite character Paulette in Legally Blonde and its sequel.

One cameo fans might not see coming, though, is Kris Jenner. The reality TV queen plays the Amy Poehler character in the video’s Mean Girls portion. It’s a role she was born to play, TBH. Need we remind you of that GIF of Jenner telling her daughter Kim Kardashian, “You’re doing amazing, sweetie?”

This is essentially the 2007 version of Mrs. George watching Regina and her friends dance in Mean Girls. Iconic!

Watch the full video for yourself, below.

Grande first teased what this video could be about on November 20, when she uploaded this photo that reminded everyone of Legally Blonde.

When she posted this snap of herself with Coolidge, fans knew she was up to something. (Grande has been a fan of hers for years and can do a spot-on impression.)

The behind-the-scenes content kept rolling in after that:

Congrats, Ariana, on making a video that’s, well, so fetch.

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How Meghan Markle’s Birth Plan Might Differ From Kate Middleton and Princess Diana

The birth of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s first child is still many cold, winter months away, but that hasn’t stopped speculation on both sides of the pond about the logistics of Baby Sussex’s arrival this spring.

On the heels of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex opting to move to Frogmore House in Windsor and away from Kensington Palace, it seems like the couple might also choose to break from modern royal tradition when it comes to the birth of their first child. Vanity Fair reports that Markle “wants a different experience from the royal wives who have come before her and the couple have been looking at ‘options.'”

Okay, so what does that mean exactly? We know that Kate Middleton has given birth to all three of her children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—in the Lindo Wing of London’s St. Mary’s Hospital. The Duchess of Cambridge has also appeared outside that now-famous hospital door looking resplendent mere hours after the birth of each child. (Personally, I still feel terrible that this is something she has to do as a surely-exhausted new mom, but I applaud her nonetheless.)

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son

PHOTO: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

Duchess Kate, Prince William, and Prince George outside the Lindo Wing

Per VF, royal aides aren’t saying much about Markle and Prince Harry’s plans and that they may not have decided yet—which, by the way, is totally normal for parents-to-be. But the Sussexes are planning to be in their new home in Windsor (outside of London proper) by the time the baby arrives, so they may choose a hospital closer to home, or go with a home birth. The duchess is a known yogi and wellness afficianado, so this doesn’t seem far-fetched. And before anyone screams, “BUT ROYAL PROTOCOL!!!” home births are also not uncommon in the British royal family.

While Princess Diana also gave birth to Prince William and Prince Harry in the Lindo Wing, she was the one to break tradition by going to a hospital. Queen Elizabeth II had all four of her children at home. Princes Charles, Andrew, and Edward were born at Buckhingham Palace, while Princess Anne was born at Clarence House, the current home of Charles and Duchess Camilla. And Her Majesty herself was born at the London home of her maternal grandparents.

Birth of Prince Harry

PHOTO: John Shelley Collection/Avalon/Getty Images

Prince Charles, Princess Diana, and Prince Harry outside the Lindo Wing

Whatever Meghan and Harry decide is best for their family, we can’t wait for spring and the first photos of that sure-to-be-adorable little one…wherever he or she is born.

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How Meghan Markle’s Birth Plan Might Differ From Kate Middleton’s and Princess Diana’s

The birth of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s first child is still many cold, winter months away, but that hasn’t stopped speculation on both sides of the pond about the logistics of Baby Sussex’s arrival this spring.

On the heels of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decision to move to Frogmore House in Windsor and away from Kensington Palace, it seems like the couple might also choose to break from modern royal tradition when it comes to the birth of their first child. Vanity Fair reports that Markle “wants a different experience from the royal wives who have come before her and the couple have been looking at ‘options.'”

OK, so what does that mean exactly? We know that Kate Middleton has given birth to all three of her children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—in the Lindo Wing of London’s St. Mary’s Hospital. The Duchess of Cambridge has also appeared outside that now famous hospital door looking resplendent mere hours after the birth of each child. (Personally, I still feel terrible that this is something she has to do as a surely exhausted new mom, but I applaud her nonetheless.)

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son

PHOTO: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

Duchess Kate, Prince William, and Prince George outside the Lindo Wing

Per VF, royal aides aren’t saying much about Markle and Prince Harry’s plans or that they may not have decided yet—which, by the way, is totally normal for parents-to-be. But the Sussexes are planning to be in their new home in Windsor (outside of London proper) by the time the baby arrives, so they may choose a hospital closer to home or go with a home birth. The duchess is a known yogi and wellness aficionado, so this doesn’t seem far-fetched. And before anyone screams, “BUT ROYAL PROTOCOL!!!” home births are also not uncommon in the British royal family.

While Princess Diana also gave birth to Prince William and Prince Harry in the Lindo Wing, she was the one to break tradition by going to a hospital. Queen Elizabeth II had all four of her children at home. Princes Charles, Andrew, and Edward were born at Buckhingham Palace, while Princess Anne was born at Clarence House, the current home of Charles and Duchess Camilla. And the queen herself was born at the London home of her maternal grandparents.

Birth of Prince Harry

PHOTO: John Shelley Collection/Avalon/Getty Images

Prince Charles, Princess Diana, and Prince Harry outside the Lindo Wing

Whatever Meghan and Harry decide is best for their family, we can’t wait for spring and the first photos of that sure-to-be-adorable little one…wherever he or she is born.

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Priyanka Chopra Was a Pop Star in 2013, and Everyone Slept On It

While the world is obsessing over Priyanka Chopra‘s upcoming wedding to Nick Jonas, I’ll be holed up in my apartment watching her music videos on a loop. Oh, wait, did you forget that actress, activist, and Tiffany & Co.’s number one fan Priyanka Chopra was once a pop star? If so, I don’t blame you. Her bops, tragically, never hit the zeitgeist as much as her show Quantico—but they should have.

Priyanka Chopra released three songs between 2013 and 2014 that achieved moderate success in India and on the U.S. dance charts. She was also the featured artist for a questionable Chainsmokers song, which…we’ll discuss later.

First, though, we have to talk about Chopra’s debut single stateside. It’s called “In My City”—available to stream on Spotify—and features the “Boom Boom Pow” legend himself will.i.am. The clunky EDM confection was used as the 2013 theme song for Thursday Night Football and spawned a music video in which Chopra dances in skimpy outfits near a car.

The “city” Chopra sings about on the track is purposefully ambiguous. In fact, she said during an interview the city could “be anywhere“—meaning the song’s title should actually be “In My Cities.” Plural! Why wasn’t I in the songwriters’ room?

But let’s move on to what I consider Chopra’s pop magnum opus: “Exotic,” a duet with your dad’s favorite rapper Pitbull. The song is an absolute banger and, TBH, would sound even better without Pitbull on it. That isn’t shade; it’s just the truth! I need Chopra’s uninterrupted “Exotic” vocals more than I need air.

Listen to it, below, and do your best to humor Mr. Worldwide—who, unsurprisingly, raps about how Chopra was once Miss World. Get it? They’re both worldwide!

Chopra’s third single, “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” is a cover of the Bonnie Raitt song. It’s…OK. What is worth talking about, though, is the music video, which depicts Chopra acting lovey-dovey with Milo Ventimiglia a.k.a Jack Pearson on This Is Us. Yup! Before Milo was making us cry every Tuesday night, he had Chopra sobbing in a music video for, uh, reasons.

Seriously, the storyline of this video is completely lost on me. Is Priyanka Chopra happy with Milo Ventimiglia? Is she sad? At one point, they’re goofing around:

PHOTO: Interscope

But then soon after, she’s like:

PHOTO: Interscope

There’s also physical violence in the video, which is uncomfortable in itself but even more so because it’s set to a zipping dance beat. It’s all very strange. That being said, where were the accolades for Chopra and Ventimiglia’s performances? Where were the MTV VMAs? Not even a nomination for Video of the Year? The people failed them!

We round out Chopra’s illustrious music career with this very, very loud song produced by the Chainsmokers. Even I, someone who listens to Heidi Montag’s music with the upmost sincerity, can’t get into it, but listen for yourself and decide:

Obviously, this means Chopra and Jonas have to duet, right? As a wedding present to the world, they should release a mashup of “Exotic” and “Bacon.” We’ll thank them by sending it up the charts. Watch out, “Thank U, Next!” A new number-one is coming.

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The Best Movies About Divorce

The beauty of film is that—when done right—a movie can so accurately reflect the human experience. Take divorce, for example—there are thousands of stories on the topic, but most of us keep coming back to a select few that vary in tone but each get to the core of what it’s like dealing with a broken marriage. Some are grim depictions (like 1979’s Oscars juggernaut Kramer vs. Kramer, which examines a custody battle ), while others are fizzy wish-fulfillment tales (like The Parent Trap and Under the Tuscan Sun). And a few are somewhere in between—like The First Wives Club, an unapologetically funny, feminist story that deals with very real themes. (Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, and Goldie Hawn can truly do no wrong.) Below, check out 11 movies about divorce that are essential viewing no matter what your relationship status, then check out our weeklong series on modern uncoupling.