The Best Valentine’s Day Movies to Watch Right Now on Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon, and More
Happy Valentine’s Day (almost)! It’s a socially acceptable time of year to wrestle with someone at the grocery store for a bag of chocolate candies and come home innocently to a romantic movie.Whether you like blockbuster, dramatic romance, such as Casablanca and Titanicor you feel like a good rom-com like pretty Woman and 10 things I hate about youor you just want to watch something that’s really bad to actually good, like fifty shades of greyyou have found the correct list.
In our list of the best Valentine’s Day movies to watch this year, we’ve rounded up old and modern classics, some newer films, and others we think you’ll be looking for. Take a look below.
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What better place to start than with a movie named after a holiday? It’s one of those big rom-coms of yore that didn’t really happen, but all love stories are connected in some way, and its stars – take my breath away – Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner, Boo Radley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Kathy Bates, and Taylor Swift (!) to name a few. They really don’t let them be like this anymore.
An all-round excellent film, 10 things I hate about you is a modern adaptation Taming the Shrew Set in a high school. Julia Stiles plays the sarcastic, grumpy Kate whose generally bad attitude keeps her from dating, which complicates her sister, who isn’t allowed to date until Kate has a boyfriend. Because it’s a romantic comedy, there’s an elaborate conspiracy to get school bad boy Patrick (Heath Ledger) to make Kate fall in love with him so the others can live in peace.
have you heard of it?listen, i don’t have to tell you Titanic. you know Titanicyou love Titanicyou cry Titanic. Near, far, wherever you are, I believe Titanic Will come for all of us at some point. If you want to end Valentine’s Day with a sob, here it is.
remember when fifty shades of grey, following a college student who started a BDSM-lite relationship with a wealthy man, is that something everyone can talk about?It’s kind of crazy to remember this movie helped Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan’s movie stardoms, it’s just as crazy to remember this twilight Introducing Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. (This is an apt comparison because fifty shades of grey start with twilight Fan fiction. ) If you want to make it a marathon, there are two more movies in the series.
imitate often, never copy, notebook Without a doubt, the best Nicholas Sparks adaptation we could get our hands on. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams play a couple who fall in love in the ’40s, are torn apart by circumstances, and at one point kiss dramatically in a rainstorm. Now, an elderly man has told a love story to a nursing home patient.
princess bride, a classic fairy tale about a farmer’s adventure to reunite with the girl he loves. The full-on romance is certainly a good reason to watch it, but the unrivaled Mandy Patinkin’s stellar performance is what you’ll most remember.
After we collided
After we collided Somehow, it’s the second film on this list, originally based on a fanfiction – in this case, about Harry Styles!Anyway, this is the second issue Rear The series, which begins after Tessa (Joseph Finford) and Harding (hero Finn Stephen) part ways and reunite in their unbelievably intense. These movies aren’t “good,” but they’re the utterly stupid antidote to all true romance movies.third Rear Movie, after we fallcoming out in 2021, and at least one more.
There’s a reason Julia Roberts’ face is engraved on Mount Rushmore in the romantic comedy Queen. pretty Woman Essentially this is the reason. Sure, she’s starred in some other great productions, but only one focuses on a corporate raider (Richard Gere) who accidentally falls in love with the sex worker he hired to be his girlfriend for a week (Roberts ). It’s got it all: iconic shopping scenes, iconic necklace scenes and iconic Roy Orbison songs that will stick in your head for the rest of your life.
Before becoming the saddest man on TV, Matthew McFadyen starred in the best Jane Austen film adaptation of all time. (Yes, I said it! I’m not scared!) Joe Wright directs this version of the classic tale, with wayward Elizabeth Bennett (Keira Knightley) and Mr. Darcy (played by Keira Knightley). McFadden) meet, and their intense repression complicates their fledgling bond. You didn’t survive until you saw Tom Wambsgans bend his hand.
Adam Sandler stars as a veterinarian who meets and falls in love with an art teacher (Drew Barrymore), only to learn she suffers from a unique form of amnesia that causes her to forget about him the next day. I love this movie because of its crazy premise and how thoroughly Sandler and Barrymore sold.
Set during World War II, the classic series stars Humphrey Bogart as the Casablanca nightclub owner who is forced to love his ex-girlfriend (Ingrid Bergman) and help her and her rebellious husband escape to America. choose between. There are few better movies to watch in the days of love.
Baz Luhrmann is totally insane in the best way possible, which makes this adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic romantic tragedy. Luhrmann reimagines in his usual over-the-top, exaggerated style Romeo and Juliet As a modern story, the Capulets and the Montagues are two rival gangs living in a fictional seaside town. Romeo is played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Juliet is played by Claire Danes, but the real star is John Leguizamo as Tybalt.
This rom-com is based on the true love story between Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily V. Gordon. Nanjiani plays a fictional version of herself, while Zoe Kazan plays a fictional version of Emily, whose sudden diagnosis of adult Still’s disease — and the coma she falls into — has a major impact on their burgeoning relationship.While the story of Kumail and Emily is undoubtedly the driving force serious illness, Ray Romano and Holly Hunter, who play Emily’s parents, are the foundational strength of the film. You might leave this just hoping they will adopt you.
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