Best movies to watch on Valentine’s day | Top 10
For some people, Valentine’s Day is an enjoyable holiday full of love and happiness. Others see it as just another day with nothing special about it. For me, however, it’s somewhere in the middle. Notwithstanding, having a holiday solely to celebrate love is fantastic. Movies are one way to create better love bonds. With that said, here are some mind-blowing movies you can watch on Valentine’s day.
That being said, here are some movies (new and old) to watch on Valentine’s Day. This will remind you about the uniqueness of the day
Titanic is not just one of the most popular movies that were ever. It is also one of the most emotional and romantic. This movie has everything from tragedy, to comedy, to sex appeal, and fantastic music. If you’re seeking an epic love story, it won’t let you down.
The Notebook (2004)
The Notebook is one of those films that you can watch over and over again and always find something new to admire. This movie is about two people (Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams) from totally different backgrounds falling in love, they overcame their socioeconomic divides in order to be with each other.
This popular, interesting 2003 movie concentrate on eight London couples who are intertwined in a way, who are trying to save their relationships. This movie covers the different kinds of relationships and relationship problems.
When Harry Met Sally
Harry (Billy Crystal) & Sally (Meg Ryan) meet after graduating from college while sharing a journey from Chicago to New York City in this Nora Ephron classic. Despite their inclination to quarrel with one another, they get along well and eventually become friends. The two have no romantic feelings toward each other until they meet again five years later in New York City. At this point, they realize they realize they are perfect for each other.
“Letters to Juliet”
The 2010 film is based on the book “Letters to Juliet: Celebrating Shakespeare’s Greatest Heroine, the Magical City of Verona, and the Power of Love.” It follows Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), who travels to Italy with her fiancee. While wandering Verona, she comes across a wall covered in messages from star-crossed lovers written to Shakespeare’s Juliet Capulet. Sophie begins to doubt her relationship while assisting an American woman in finding her long-lost love from 50 years ago.
This film is about two ladies Iris (Kate Winslet) and Amanda Woods (Cameron Diaz) who switch houses in order to get away from their present situation and try something new, only to fall in love with guys they never planned to meet.
This is the ultimate romantic comedy. It follows the lives of 8 different couples as they navigate their way through love and loss. Great for a group or a one-on-one movie night!
A Walk to Remember
This film is based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel about two teenagers who fall in love despite their differences. Shane West plays Landon Carter, a high school rebel, and Mandy Moore plays Jamie Sullivan, the daughter of the local preacher.
This movie is very funny and captivating. It centres on Margaret (Sandra Bullock) an editor from New York who was about to be deported, to avoid this she marries her assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynold), who agreed after he was promised a proposal. Of course, the whole story changed after they fell in love.
The fault in our stars
This movie is from John Green’s novel. It is about the life of a teenage Hazel Grace Lancaster, (Shailene Woodley), as she battles thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs.
After meeting Augustus Waters, (Ansel Elgort), in a cancer support group, Hazel finds herself embroiled in the world of Augustus Waters. Augustus, who lost a portion of his leg to bone cancer, is in remission and excited to meet Hazel. Any film about teen cancer is bound to break your heart, and this love tale is no exception.