Everybody knows that romance and drama go together like whoa, but sometimes, you need a movie that assures you it's totally cool if you just wanna be friends.
Below, we round up 17 onscreen besties whose strictly platonic relationships still inspire us.
Bridget, Lena, Tibby and Carmen from "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants"
Forever proving the theory that we always look better in the clothes we borrow from our BFFs.
Gordy LaChance and Chris Chambers from "Stand By Me"
You never have friends later on like the ones you do when you're twelve. (Jesus, does anyone?)
Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel in "This Is the End"
You know it's friendship when you're willing to watch your BFF ascend to heaven while you plunge to your death in a demon's belly.
Romy and Michele
A true friend has your back, no matter how pregnant your adversary.
Frances and Sophie from "Frances Ha"
One of the most realistic depictions of ladyfriends having growing pains.
Annie and Lillian from "Bridesmaids"
Friends don't let friends hook up with dudes who tell them they need dental work.
Ferris and Cameron from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
Danke schoen, darling, for this lovely paean to friendship.
Tyler Durden and "Jack" from "Fight Club"
Sometimes, you've gotta be your own best friend.
Peter Klaven and Sydney Fife from "I Love You, Man"
Let loose with the Klavenisms, dude. You're among friends.
Harry and Lloyd from "Dumb and Dumber"
Nothing bonds two friends together like a crust of frozen urine.
Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda from "Sex and the City"
No list of besties would be complete without the gal pals who defined a decade.
Will and Chuckie from "Good Will Hunting"
In which true friendship is wanting the best for your bestie, even if it means losing him.
Jay and Silent Bob from "Clerks"
Whatever mysterious substance bonds these two together, it's everlasting.
Frodo and Sam from "Lord of the Rings"
Seriously, has there ever been a better friend, anywhere, to anyone, than Samwise Gamgee?
Kirk and Spock from "Star Trek"
BRB, gotta go cry in a closet for awhile. Chekov, you have the con.
Harry and Hermione from the "Harry Potter" films
Establishing once and for all that yes, men and women can be friends.
And of course: the amazing, eternal Thelma and Louise