Valentine’s Day has just passed by. This does not mean that you don’t have a chance to watch a romantic movie while snuggling with your partner. The heart-stopping moments that we see in the movies, somehow we experience them in our minds. This is how these quality romantic movies trigger the warmth of your love.
So, grab your coffees and popcorns and watch one of these romantic faves with your loved one any day of the year.
1. Pretty Woman (1990)
Pretty Woman is a romantic classic with a story line beyond anyone’s imagination. It features a businessman and a hooker. Julia Roberts and Richard Gere made it possible and after watching, it will make you and your partner fall in love once again. It makes you fulfill the dreams of your loved one like Richard fulfilled Julia’s. This is how magical this movie is.
2. P.S. I Love You (2007)
This movie is guaranteed to make you cry, so don’t forget to buy a tissue box for the night. The movie revolves around a young widow, whose dead husband sends already-made guiding letters to make her give life a second chance. It stars Hillary Swank, Gerard Butler and Jeffrey Morgan. Every time you watch this movie, it will touch your heart. It will make you and your partner realize that the time you spend together is gold and you should always be thankful for that.
3. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003)
When you see Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson together, craziness, laughter, and love is about to happen for sure. This movie does have an amazing and touchy story line but it has that comedy element as well. If you want a refreshingly new take on modern relationships, then watch it with your girl or your guy. The film is a gem and you would definitely want to watch it again and again.
4. Out of Sight (1998)
This is probably the one that doesn’t appear in many lists but it has its own momentousness. This 90’s movie depicts a happier era when Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney came together on-screen. Out of Sight has a truly sensational effect on lovers. It is based on Elmore Leonard’s novel and depicts some true chemistry between these two stars. However, it is not like your normal romantic films. This movie has action, suspense and romance. So, if you are looking for something happening, then there is no better movie than Out of Sight.
5. The Notebook (2004)
This movie is truly a blessing for the romantic cinema. You might want to cry after watching it but trust me, it is one of those that bring you closer to your partner. The movie possess the magic of leaving a lingering effect. It is based on a simple rich girl and poor guy story line, but after watching you’ll realize it’s something more than that. It is something so sweet and something so enchanting that your day will be fulfilled.
6. Pride and Prejudice (2005)
This movie is based on a classic novel by Jane Austen. It won’t be wrong to say that Pride and Prejudice is the one of the most cherished movies. You really can’t forget the romance between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth. Again, the plot revolves around rich dude and a poor girl this time and after a series of events, they finally come together. You can say that this movie honors both the love and hate relationship between you and your guy/girl. So, do watch it and cherish every moment of it.
7. Love Actually (2003)
When Love Actually came out, people thought that it is basically a Christmas flick. It’s not. The superb romantic comedy is about eight different interconnecting romances and it is definitely a must-watch. If you are going to judge the movie overall, then you are going to be disappointed. Because Love Actually is all about those teeny tiny heart-squeezing moments that make it a complete package. It would make you want to realize the love and respect that you have for each other. The best thing about this one is that it puts light on love from all the angles.
8. The fault in our Stars (2014)
This is the movie that turned the word “Ok” into something so gut-wrenchingly romantic. The word has been uttered many times on the screen but “The fault in our stars” kind of owns it. The film will make you and your partner sob. It is all about cherishing what you have and enjoying every moment of your life while you have it. The spoiler is that it has a very heart-breaking ending, but the couple’s chemistry and the story line will make you watch it again and again. So, if you are looking for something that builds a connection and renews your relationship, then this is the one.
9. The Proposal (2009)
The movie comes from the director of ’27 Dresses’ and if you haven’t watched it yet, then plan it right away. The Proposal is about a Canadian workaholic executive and her assistant. She marries him to stay in America. However, this commitment turns into something more when the assistant’s family asks him to visit rural Alaska and spend some time. In the start the executive hates everything but later falls in love with the man and his family. The movie will definitely bring a smile to your faces. It is really sweet and light.
10. Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
A masterpiece by Wes Anderson, ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ revolves around two kids, who plan to run away together. It is a tale of 12 year olds who seem to be wise-beyond-their ages. The movie is for people, who love artsy flicks and feel every moment of it. It depicts love in its purest form, when it is barely sexual. The film gives a lesson to the adults, who don’t realize the importanceof love when they grow older. It makes them realize how love can change the way we live our lives and make our decisions. So, plan it this weekend and do watch it to lighten up the mood.
11. Moonstruck (1987)
The film not only makes you enjoy the romance, but it also makes the factor of insurgency prominent. Cher is a widowed bookkeeper, who falls for the younger brother of her fiance. An interesting thing about this film is that it shows the true essence of the New York that faded away with time. You will experience with your own eyes how Brooklyn Heights meant something more to people working there. If you want something amazing to watch with your love after a long tiring day, then Moonstruck is a quality watch.
12. Bridget Jones’s Diary
You must be wondering why this movie is in this list. Well! To make it clear, Bridget Jones’s Diary is not about being lonely, it is about being clumsy and finding someone who loves you for that. This movie is funny, and features a character in lead, with whom everyone can relate to. She has a crush on a man who disses her later. After that, another man comes into her life and makes everything right. Bridget Jones’s Diary is a classic romantic comedy and says a beautiful message that one shouldn’t be judged by his/her first impression.
13. Beginners (2011)
Oliver is designing a sketchbook called “The History of Sadness” after he sees the coming out of his septuagenarian father about his very own life. It inspires Oliver to analyze the sad parts of his life and pursue Anna, who is a French actress. Beginners is a difficult and touching story about the character’s choices, art, his parents and his father’s past. It makes us realize that love is a beginner thing to do, otherwise, we won’t be happy in our lives. So, re-evaluate the moments of your love life while watching this beautiful movie.
14. La La Land (2016)
La La Land is one of the best movies from 2016. It is basically a musical that depicts the phases of love of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. The former wants to become an actress and the latter, a musician. The movie makes you believe that they definitely won’t end up together, but still you watch it till the end with a broken heart. The film embraces the greatness of an unfulfilled love in the most youthful way. It makes you remember love enchantingly and forget that it existed just like that.
15. Midnight in Paris (2011)
If your partner is someone who loves and appreciates the world of literature, then this valuable piece from modern cinema is for him/her. It is a love story between a writer and the city of Paris. He visits the city with his fiancé and every night, he finds himself in the 20s era of Paris, when authors and artists like Cole Porter, Josephine Baker, Man Ray, the Fitzgeralds, Gertrude Stein, and Hemingway existed. It is a neurotic journey and a writer’s dream come true. Also, this masterpiece by Woody Allen is his highest-grossing film ever.
16. Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
The movie features Julianne Moore alongside Steve Carell. Julianne cheats on Steve and he wants to win her back. So, he heads to Ryan Gosling for some help. Now, Steve’s son is in love with his own babysitter, while the babysitter loves Steve. The film will make you both accept the hardships that life throws in the middle age. You can say that it is for those who are young and for those who are young at heart. It defines the pursuit of anyone and how love really is. The movie presents love in its most realistic form.
17. Jerry Maguire (1996)
Jerry Maguire adds to the romantic classics in this lists and actually shows how people really fall in love. The movie throws some memorable lines like ‘show me the money’ and ‘you complete me’ but this is not just it. Jerry Maguire shows us how to love the person and everything that comes with it. In this one, Renée Zellweger loves the handsome Tom Cruise from the beginning. He loves her back and her son as well. However, circumstances make him change his behavior, but after some time he realizes the value of true love. This movie is an ultimate journey of emotions.
18. WALL-E (2008)
There are lesser chances that you will find this one in romantic movies’ list, but WALL-E (unlike other Disney romances) is a thoughtful tale and a story inspired by the Bible. It features a trash compactor, who loves an environmental robot called EVE. This dystopian love story barely has some dialogues. However, as you watch it, you’ll start falling in love with it. He tries to save her from Buy-n-Large, which is their maker. This epic tale has its ups and downs and moments that will make you go awe in no time. It’s truly a wonderful weekend watch with your loved one.
19. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
The film is for married couples who have experienced the expensive, annoying and beautiful ordeal of marriage. The movie is more about Hugh Grant and less about Andie MacDowell, however, it features her in the most lovable way. In this one, Grant and his friends, attend four weddings and one funeral of his other friend. It makes that period of your life prominent, when your family and friends are chasing you to tie the knot. The movie throws the fact that do we really need to get married to stay happy or that part is just a made-up thing.
20. Juno (2007)
Yes, ending up the list with Juno, because realizing that not everyone in your life is worth-keeping. And those who love you more than anything are the only people to strive for. Juno depicts the hardships of a teenage girl, who gets pregnant. It enlightens us with the fact that getting heartbroken is okay and that it prepares us for what’s coming ahead in our relations. The movie is definitely worth a watch to heighten up your importance for each other and that you will always be together no matter what life brings.