If the closest thing you have to a relationship right now is a Netflix subscription and you can't bear to see one more rom-com, we totally get you, especially at this time of year when it feels like romance and love hearts are being shoved down our throats.
But what to watch, you ask, when it seems like every film is a love story? Well, you see, that's where we come in. There are plenty of films out there with no kissing, no sex and no romantic relationships that will keep you perfectly entertained. (And they're not all children's movies or horror flicks, either).
Don’t worry, we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the best films that are suitable to watch alone when you just can't bear another romantic montage scene. From nostalgic classics to dystopian thrillers, here's your list of films that have no kissing, sex or relationships.
Movies To Watch With No Kissing, Sex or Relationships - Grazia
Nancy travels to Mexico following the death of her grandmother and is stranded on a rock far from shore after being attacked by a shark. When the shark won't leave her alone, she has to figure out a way to make it back to shore without being attacked again.
Told entirely through computer, phone and TV screens, this film about a father searching for his missing teenage daughter will have you on the edge of your seat. You'll never see the twist ending coming.
Dr Ryan Stone, an engineer, and Matt Kowalski, an astronaut, are on an outer space mission when they are hit by high-speed space debris that leaves only Stone alive. She must figure out a way to get help, and get back to Earth.
Young Sophie befriends a giant who is outcast because most giants are harmful to humans. This one, however, is kind, but he must help rescue Sophie after other giants decide to hunt her down.
Six American citizens are being held hostage in Tehran during the US hostage crises in Iran, and an exfiltration specialist must masquerade as a Hollywood producer in order to rescue them.
Follow Dr Martin Luther King Jr. as he leads the Civil Rights Movement through the US in the 1960s.
It starts with high drama as Matt Damon's Mark Watney is left for dead on Mars by his astro-colleagues. But the process of his figuring out how to survive and the way his NASA colleagues on Earth and spaceship Hermes rally round to save him will have you cheering. It's smart people using their brains for pure good. Just don't have potatoes while you watch it.
Enough scary scenes to make you keep the light on all night, but no romance!
Commercial pilot Captain Chesley has to perform a complicated emergency landing on the Hudson River after his plane is hit by birds.
An old classic with no romance to be seen.
Yes, ok, Nemo's parents are married at the beginning, but it doesn't last very long (spoiler alert) and the rest of the film is about friendship and the relationship between father and son.
After being kidnapped and held hostage in a single room for years, Joy and her son, Jack, develop a plan to escape and gain back their freedom.
Leo is far too worried about figuring out which dimension he's living in to think about any romantic relationships in Inception.
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, a British mathematician who joins a cryptography team to decipher the German enigma code.
Merida is one of our favourite Disney princesses, and she saves herself without the help of a prince, thank you very much.
Ok, you could make the point that Matilda's parents count as 'a romantic relationship,' but we're choosing to focus on the relationship between Matilda and Miss Honey here.
A group of journalists working for the Boston Globe band together to uncover a local story about child molestation chargers against priests in the local church.