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The best movies are like friends. You spend an hour or two with them, fall in love, and then revisit them all the time. As time goes on, you change, and your attitude towards your favorites evolves. Suddenly, a film that once seemed like a masterpiece starts to annoy you. Maybe you don't have anything in common anymore. Others you may have overlooked in the past now seem like a perfect match.
But the best movie friendships never change — once a dynamic duo, always a dynamic duo. We've pulled together some of our favorite onscreen BFFs of all time as proof. So sit back (preferably with a glass of wine, some quality chocolate, and your own inner circle) and enjoy some of the best platonic relationships of all time.
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Harry, Ron & Hermione, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
You know your friendship is solid when you battle a troll for your BFF.
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Romy & Michele, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
The friends who knew you in high school and still talk to you 10 years later are those you need to stick with.
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Janis & Damien, Mean Girls
A true friend will tell you if you're turning into a Plastic.
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Sally & Gillian, Practical Magic
Best friends, sisters, AND witches? #Goals.
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Woody & Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story
If these two can get a bromance going, anyone can.