Movies About Adults Growing Up

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Crazy, Stupid, Love (2012)

Cal Weaver, played by Steve Carell, as he navigates the challenges of divorce and singlehood. After seeking help from a stylish and charming bachelor, played by Ryan Gosling, Cal learns about love, relationships, and personal growth.

Stuck In Love (2011)

A family of writers dealing with love, heartbreak, and the challenges of growing up. The film explores the interconnected relationships a father grappling with divorce, a son navigating his first love, and a daughter exploring her own writing aspirations.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)

The film follows the life of Andy Stitzer, played by Steve Carell, a middle-aged man who, despite being well into his 40s, has not yet experienced intimacy. When his friends discover his secret, they make it their mission to help him lose his virginity.

Liberal Arts (2012)

It is a coming-of-age film that follows a 35 year old Jesse Fisher, played by Josh Radnor, who returns to his alma mater and develops a connection with a young student. The film explores themes of nostalgia, intellectual growth, and the challenges of transitioning into adulthood.

Freaky Friday (2003)

A mother and her teenage daughter magically switch bodies. The film explores the challenges each faces in the other's shoes, offering a unique perspective on growing up and understanding each other.

Call Me By Your Name (2017)

A poignant love story between Elio, played by Timothée Chalamet, and Oliver, portrayed by Armie Hammer. The film beautifully captures the emotional complexities of a summer romance and the transformative nature of first love.

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