Valentine’s Day is just at your doorstep and all the couples who just love romance are going crazy over to make plans- going to romantic dinner or flying to any romantic destination but are freaking out at the last minute; we’re here to help! Movies inspire us all, and Hollywood is filled with legendary romantic movies that will be perfect as the last moment plan for you and your partner. Here we give you the seven best romantic films that you will love to watch before Valentine's day.
Valentine’s Day is just at your doorstep and all of you who just love romance is going crazy over to make plans- going to romantic dinner or flying to any romantic destination but freaking out at the last minute; we’re here to help!
Movies inspire us all, and Hollywood is filled with legendary romantic movies that will be perfect as the last moment plan for you and your partner. Here we give you the seven best romantic films that you will love to watch before Valentine's day.
7. 500 Days Of Summer
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel starrer 2009 romantic comedy-drama film, 500 Days Of Summer follows the nonlinear love story of Summer ( Zooey Deschanel ) and Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). The boy, Tom, meets Summer and falls in love immediately, but she's not what he expects.
The movie shows the great portrayal of modern love and relationships. It's not the traditional romantic-comedy film; rather it's a thought-provoking film about love. If you love some thrill in the romance, it might the movie for you.
6. Valentine’s Day
We can't exclude Valentine's Day when we're talking about the Valentine's Day specials. It's a 2010 romantic-comedy film by Gary Marshall. Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Ashton Kutcher, and Kathy Bates starring movie shows a group of related characters and their struggles with love on Valentine's day.
Though the movie failed to win the heart of critics with its star-stuffed play, it's been considered as one of the great romantic movies of all time.
5. Sleepless In Seattle
Sleepless In Seattle is the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan starring 1993 romantic drama film. A recent widower (Hanks) and his son move to Seattle to escape the grief of his wife's demise. However, he fails to forget her.
On the Christmas Eve, he calls into a radio where he pours his feelings about how he still misses his wife. It gets the attention of a Baltimore-based newspaper writer (Meg Ryan) and falls immediately to him despite being engaged to be married.
4. Shakespeare In Love
Shakespeare In Love, one of the passionate romantic period comedy-drama films, will definitely revoke you about your love. The Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes starrer film shows the young Shakespeare (Fiennes) struggling with his work and searching for a muse.
A wealthy woman (Paltrow), who is engaged to be married, auditions for his latest play. Shakespeare stirs up with her beauty and he ultimately ends it with a forbidden romance.
3. Romeo + Juliet
When it comes about love, we can never complete our list without Romeo and Juliet. Likewise, we can't have our Valentine's Special Movies list completed without mentioning Romeo + Juliet.
The 1996 romantic drama movie portrays Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo and Claire Danes as Juliet. Though the film doesn't end with what we want, it still makes us believe in love at first sight which is an awesome feeling no doubt.
The most romantic moment in the movie comes when Romeo and Juliet see each other through the fish tank at the Capulet masquerade party.
2. The Notebook
The Notebook, a 2004 drama movie, is beloved mostly by women everywhere for Noah (Ryan Gosling), and Allie's (Rachel McAdams) passionate love.
We get to know how Noah and Allie, 17, fell in love, broke part, and get back together years later through a love story told by a couple as they look back on their past. The lovebirds who parted their ways due to their social differences ultimately meet when they get old. The beautiful presentation has won several hearts over the year.
Here comes the most beloved romantic movie of all time, Titanic. If you believe in love and you haven't watched the movie yet, then you must! No one would have ever thought the historic first voyage disaster of the Titanic could sum up in the blockbuster romantic movie. However, director James Cameroon surprised almost we all when he came with it in 1997.
The critically acclaimed movie won a total of 11 Oscars for its enigmatic cast, plot, and music. The eternal romance between Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) still stands as the ideal love story for every couple. And you must watch it once again before this Valentine's day.
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