New Year’s Resolution Movies 2018

Movies to Help You Keep Your 2018 New Year’s Resolutions

Who doesn’t make or at least think about making a New Year’s Resolution? While we may have good intentions, some of us break that resolution before the end of January. To keep you motivated we came up with a few common resolutions and movies to help you keep your goals longer.

Resolution: Get Healthy

With so many mixed messages like eat veggies only, remove all carbs or drop the dairy, it’s easy to fumble when you’re trying to get healthy. The campers and counselors learn this the hard yet hilarious way in Heavyweights. Both sides of the coin quickly learn going to extremes helps no one when it comes to getting fit. Use this as a lesson to find a little balance.

Recommended movie: Heavyweights (PG)

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Recommended movie: Wild (R)

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Resolution: Accept Your Flaws

Who’s got time to strive for perfection? Maybe this is the year to finally accept your flaws! Get inspired to go on a journey of self-discovery by watching the movie, Wild. Through the eyes of Cheryl, Reese Witherspoon, you’re sure to get the itch to do a journey of your very own.

Resolution: Get a new job

Is your regular 9 to 5 leaving you uninspired? We bet you’ve been there a while but haven’t quite gotten the wake call you need to find more opportunities. Take it from our friends at Office Space. Leave before you resort to taking out your anger on office supplies.

Recommended movie: Office Space (R)

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Recommended movie: Yes Man (PG-13)

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Resolution: Start saying ‘yes’ more

It’s so easy to say ‘no’ to plans, new opportunities or events that will take us out of our comfort zone. But what if we said ‘yes’ more? Jim Carrey – a man who loves the status quo and saying ‘no’ – gets an interesting lesson when he’s forced to say ‘yes’ to every opportunity in Yes Man.

Resolution: Anger Management

Anybody who has put in a hard day’s work only to have to brave bumper to bumper traffic probably has wanted to come unhinged at some point. But think about the bright side, at least you weren’t mistakenly forced into anger management. Adam Sandler wasn’t so lucky.

Recommended movie: Anger Management (PG-13)

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