No matter whether you are single or in a relationship, a nice and calm way to celebrate Valentine’s Day is to watch a classic romantic movie with a glass of wine and delicious food. There best thing about romantic movies is that they are plenty to choose from. If you still haven’t set your mind on a particular flick, we have some suggestions that you may like. Even if you have already watched these films, you are guaranteed to enjoy seeing them again.
The Notebook – The film was created for Valentine’s Day. It presents a true, powerful, but also hard love. Deeply sentimental, this movie will make think about love and as a result you may find yourself weeping here and there.
Romeo + Juliet – The Shakespeare we all know seen in a new and modern way. The movie is perfect for both Shakespeare fans and those who are book shy. In addition, the soundtrack is as good as the film itself.
Casablanca – Although the flick was released in the 1940s, it is still among the most famous love stories. A love hindered by war always makes a powerful movie. The two stars of the film, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, play brilliantly and create an even more memorable story.
Love Actually – This is a Christmas movie. However, it the stories in it all revolve around love. The film is also filled with various emotions that will make you laugh then cry and finally laugh again.
Valentine’s Day – This film is similar to Love Actually since it is structured in the same way. It follows the stories many characters which eventually unite in the end of the movie. A nice Valentine’s Day puzzle!
Lady and the Tramp – Animation on Valentine’s Day? Why not? Like all Disney’s movies, Lady and the Tramp is quite entertaining and fun to watch. In addition, the love story in it is simply adorable.
When Harry Met Sally – This is a classic example of a romantic comedy. Even though the film is not new, it is still very enjoyable. Plus, Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal make a good on-screen couple.
Ghost – There is nothing more powerful than a supernatural love that survives even death. This is not an ordinary love story, but it will make you feel and live it together with the characters of Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.
50 First Dates – The flick is mainly funny, but it also includes some very deep and emotional scenes worth rewatching. 50 First Dates proves that men can also be very romantic and thoughtful.
Pride & Prejudice – Whichever version you prefer the most! It never gets boring to see how Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet go fro a cat and dog to a lovely couple.