It’s time for some self-care...streaming edition. If you haven’t been feeling yourself lately, movies on Amazon Prime Canada could be the perfect remedy. Whether you’re looking for something with a little humour, or a feel-good storyline, the streaming service has options for you.\nThe platform’s fully stocked library could also be perfect if you’re looking to pass some time. If you have yet to take the leap and subscribe to Amazon Prime, the service actually offers new customers a 30-day free trial. You can enjoy these feel-good movies completely complementary before you commit to a monthly bill!\nFive Feet Apart\nRating: 54% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIn a heartwarming love story, cystic fibrosis patient, Stella, lives a life of precaution and boundaries. When she meets Will, another teen with the same illness, the two decide to push life to its limits and take risks they’d never been able to before.\nRocketman\nRating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAccording to this documentary, the legendary Elton John had anything but an easy life. Showcasing the singer from his childhood all the way to his days of fame, Rocketman shows fans just how difficult it was to be unique in a time where individuality was unheard of.\nShe’s Out of My League\nRating: 58% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAverage guy Kirk is stunned when Molly, who he deems as out of his league, falls in love with him. He then struggles to figure out how to make the relationship last with someone he believes he’s undeserving of. However, the relationship may force him to learn a little more about himself than he was expecting.\nLate Night\nRating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA late-night talk show host immediately regrets her decision of hiring her first female staff writer. Seeing her hiring only as a means to promote diversity in the workplace, the talk-show host is taken aback when she begins to bond with her over their love for strategic comedy.\nThe Farewell\nRating: 98% on Rotten Tomatoes\nWhen a family receives news that their grandmother hasn’t been given much time to live, they decide to travel to China to say goodbye. However, in order to not alert their grandmother of what's going on, the family disguises their visit as travelling for a wedding.\nPitch Perfect & Pitch Perfect 2\nRating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes\nBeca embarks on her first year of college not looking to become involved in campus life. However, she finds that the school’s acapella group is the only place she can find people who share her love for music. She overcomes her barriers and becomes a “Barden Bella” while also dealing with the cliques that come along with the group.\nBridesmaids\nRating: 90% on Rotten Tomatoes\nSingle Annie, although moneyless, embarks on the journey of becoming her best friend Lillian’s maid of honour. Determined to overcome what she believes others think of her, she takes the rest of the bridal party down a rough, patchy road to the wedding.\nKnocked Up\nRating: 90% on Rotten Tomatoes\nStarring Canadian Seth Rogen, this comedy follows a journalist who has her life turned upside when she gets pregnant after a one night stand. She decides to involve stoner baby daddy Ben Stone (Rogen), which forces the two very different people into tough life decisions.\nForgetting Sarah Marshall\nRating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes\nFamous actress Sarah Marshall breaks up with her boyfriend Peter Bretter. The heartbreak takes the struggling musician on a journey to Hawaii. However, he happens to find himself at the same hotel as Sarah and her new boyfriend.\nGrease\nRating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes\nMusicals may not be your thing, but a young John Travolta dancing might be. Joined by Olivia Newton-John, two 1950s teenagers have their summer romance turned into an ordeal that threatens their school’s social cliques.\nIt Takes Two\nRating: 8% on Rotten Tomatoes\nWhen two young girls from very different walks of life meet at a summer camp, they discover that despite their personalities, they are identical. The two devise a plan to switch places with one another in order to get their caregivers to fall in love.\nChasing Happiness\nRating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe Jonas Brothers made a huge comeback early in 2019 and gifted fans not only with new music but with a heartfelt documentary. Chasing Happiness follows the brother's lives as they rise to fame and document the problems that led to their eventual breakup.