Romance films

Embrace the Spirit of Valentine’s Day With These 10 Romance Movies

As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s the perfect time to snuggle up in some blankets and watch a romantic movie. Whether it’s relationships, heartbreak, coming out or breaking up, there’s a romance movie for every mood. Here’s a list of 10 movies to help you kick off the season of love (or lack thereof) in February.

  • 1. 10 things i hate about you

Contrary to the name of this movie, there are over 10 reasons why you should watch it, the first being that it’s a classic coming-of-age movie that takes a modern twist on comedy. by William Shakespeare, the Tame the shrew. The film follows Kat Stratford, played by Julia Stiles, and her younger sister Bianca, played by Larisa Oleynik, whose father tells her she’s not allowed to date Kat until she has a boyfriend. . As Bianca tries to hook up her sister with a boyfriend, Kat may end up falling for the guy who will soon cross her path.

If this movie doesn’t make you cry when you watch it, you’re doing something wrong. This movie involves time travel and romance, perfect for sci-fi and fantasy lovers. Tim Lake, played by Domhnall Gleeson, discovers he can travel through time and uses his newfound powers to find a girlfriend – but is the power as hurtful as it is helpful?

This love story, released in 2017, follows Timothée Chalamet’s Elio Perlman, a teenager on vacation with his family in Italy. When he meets Oliver, played by Armie Hammer, an intern student for Elio’s father, they slowly develop a desire for each other over the summer they spend together.

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Always be my maybe begins with a childhood romance that ended in an argument. About 16 years later, Sasha, played by Ali Wong, and Marcus, played by Randall Park, reconnect when they meet, and sparks fly again despite the fact that they’ve gone their separate ways. Will they be able to pull it off this time?

  • 5. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

This movie isn’t a cookie-cutter romance movie, but it explores relationships and why they stick with us or not. The film’s messages are in the title: true eternal happiness does not exist and memories are not meant to be erased. After Clementine and Joel, played by Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey respectively, break up, they both undergo procedures to forget each other’s memories but must experience them again.

Another classic love story, this film shows how friendship can be a path to love. Throughout the film, Harry Burns, played by Billy Crystal, and Sally Albright, played by Meg Ryan, have emotional conversations that end in laughter, bringing them closer together.

If you like musicals, romance, and Hollywood, this one’s for you. The Earth shows how relationships can be formed and broken over the course of passions. When Mia, played by Emma Stone, meets Sebastian, played by Ryan Gosling, while playing the piano, they fall in love with each other and their passions for theater and music. But over time, they must decide what matters more: following each other or following their dreams.

Notebook is one of the most classic romance movies of all time. Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, this Romeo and Juliet-esque story involves Noah, played by Ryan Gosling, and Allie, played by Rachel McAdams, and their lifelong complicated relationship.

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This romantic comedy from Adam Sandler will have you laughing, then crying, then laughing again. Adam Sandler plays Navy vet Henry, who tries to win over Lucy, played by Drew Barrymore. Lucy has short-term memory loss and forgets about it the next day, but Henry doesn’t give up.

This 2004 film screams the early 2000s in its plot, characters, and costumes. If you want a movie to remind you of your childhood and maybe think back to when you wished you were in your twenties, then this is the perfect season for that movie. 13-year-old Jenna, played by Jennifer Garner, transforms into an adult overnight and must deal with the hardships of adulthood while finding love along the way.