10 Romantic Movies to Watch on Your Date Night
Watching a few romantic movies on date night is always a sure win
You’ll never run out of romantic movies for February 14th. You might have seen some of these titles when you were single, but it’s a different experience when you have someone special to watch them with. Just imagine snuggling a partner and feeling kilig about what you see on screen.
But in case you’ve forgotten, here are the movies that might just make your date night:
Released in 2009, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds give justice to their roles. Bullock’s character is a Canadian citizen who is soon to be deported—until she convinces her assistant to be her fiancé.
It’s a light-hearted film with an unexpected loves story, and who doesn't love that?
The Fault In Our Stars
This official soundtrack Boom Clap by Charli XCX may be what added color to the sweetest moments of this Nicholas Sparks novel-turned-motion-picture blockbuster. But it's Ansel Elgort's Gus and Shailene Woodley's Hazel and their on-screen chemistry that brought this tragic but beautiful love story to life.
Maid In Manhattan
Maid in Manhattan shows us that love is not decided upon by fate or destiny. It may shine a light onto true love, but the choice of whether or not he or she is a keeper is for you to make.
The famous trilogy started with this very memorable film. The characters of Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy will make you realize that love is not a walk in the park but a train ride full of twists and turns.
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
Love is truly an inexplicable force, especially when the situation is this: two people with polarizing views and intentions fall in love.
A true classic needs no introduction or explanation. 'Nuff said.
Meet Baby and Johnny, whose love was tested by a mistaken pregnancy. See how it unfolds in a film that took over not only the box office, but the music charts as well.
Shakespeare in Love
Putting the work of one of the greatest authors of all time in a romantic movie is somewhat a recipe for success. And although Shakespeare's love story is pure fiction, the takeaway is a fresh perspective on love.
Valentine’s Day is for all kids of love, whether platonic or romantic and that's exactly what this movie is all about. And while some say that this is more of a Christmas piece, we’re sure you can fit it into your February watch list.
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
This headliner from Netflix was at the top of everyone’s list last year. Why not give the romance of Lara Jean and Peter another go? Their story proves that there is still innocence in love—and that it can come from the most unexpected situations.
So ditch the traffic and long queues. Because what could be better than cozying up to your S.O. and eating popcorn? Stay in love!