Top 20 Most Romantic Love Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Top 20 Most Romantic Love Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Well done, timeless film! Although every adaptation of Jane Austen’s well-loved novel has a favorite, ours has to be the 2005 version where Keira Knightley’s Elizabeth Bennet and Matthew Macfadyen’s Mr. Darcy walk across a dappled meadow and declare, “You have bewitched me body and soul.”

You can watch several versions of A Star Is Born if you’re looking for a tale about people who are brought together by talent and torn apart by fame. The 1937 original, starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, the 1954 version starring Judy Garland and James Mason, and the 1976 remake starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson are just a few examples. Good House Keeping claims that only the most recent one, featuring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, features a performance of the devastating song “Shallow.”

The on-screen chemistry between Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy is palpable and the backdrop for this romantic film trilogy (Vienna, Paris, and Greece) is easy on the eyes, too.

This endearing, indefinable 1990s film about a woman who may be in love with her gay best friend stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd. Their intense closeness is threatened as Nina (Aniston) and George (Rudd) come across other romantic opportunities and life progressions. Though undoubtedly containing elements of a romantic comedy, The Object of My Affection honors various forms of love.

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence play two adults with mental illnesses who become entangled. Pat moves in with his parents after losing his wife, his job, and his social life. They introduce him to Tiffany, who recently experienced her own loss of a loved one. The two of them go on to develop an intriguing and occasionally tense relationship.

Seeing the endearing Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) develop as a couple and as individuals is the greatest thing about watching them on screen. In addition, everyone still wants to eat whatever Sally orders in that famous and exhilarating cafe scene.

You’ll become enamored with the narrative and the setting because this film has such a beautiful and serene aesthetic. In it, a woman arrives to paint a portrait of the couple getting married but ultimately falls in love. The sole issue? The subject is rarely this receptive to people. The unorthodox remedy is for the painter to watch the subject during the day and then paint her at night when her vision is impaired.

Not just because Noah Centineo made his film debut in 2018’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, but also because of how endearing the cute romance quickly won over audiences. When a batch of Lara Jean Covey’s love letters fall into the hands of their subjects, it seems like the worst day of her life. However, thanks to a covert agreement, two encouraging sisters, and some sound guidance from John Corbett, everything works out okay for the adolescent (played sweetly and earnestly by Lana Condor).

The same-titled novel by Nicholas Sparks, which is set in North Carolina following World War II, served as the inspiration for this romance. One summer, charming and impoverished Noah (Ryan Gosling) meets the young and wealthy socialite Allie Calhoun (Rachel McAdams), and the two form an unbreakable bond that endures despite time and illness. You should definitely have a box of tissues on hand for this one, just in case.

This romantic comedy, starring Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, is a genuine favorite. Lucy’s family reveals that she suffers from short-term memory loss as a result of a car accident after Henry develops feelings for her. She can’t remember what happened the day before, so Henry has to make her swoon all over again every. single. day. Therefore, 50 First Dates is the title.

Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess star in this sweet story about two former flames who reunite on the same day year after year, as cited by Country Living Magazine.

When you’re sick of the same old rom-com (or Hugh Grant), pick up this science fiction love story, which is based on William Goldman’s book of the same name. The characters created by Cary Elwes and Robin Wright set out on an exciting journey of true love amid fantastical creatures, pirates, and corny scenes.

The official Valentine’s Day movie, which stars all of your favorite celebrities like Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher, Jennifer Garner, and more, is a must-see. The movie follows a group of residents of Los Angeles through a typical day in their lives; each of them has a unique romantic experience. But their stories are all connected in some way.

This fantasy film, which stars Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, is regarded as one of the most inventive love stories ever. It follows Joel and Clementine as they go through different phases of their relationship. Its portrayal of romance is realistic and poignant, but the parts where mind-erasing is involved make it even more memorable.

In this sophisticated retelling of the classic fairytale Cinderella, Danielle (Drew Barrymore) is anything but a damsel in distress. She doesn’t follow her disastrous stepsisters’ orders or be at the mercy of her evil stepmother Rodmilla (Anjelica Huston), unlike in the classic. She truly does end up saving Prince Charming (Dougray Scott).

Based on the novel with the same name, After is for those who love all things steamy. The story follows two college students: Tessa, who is naive and inexperienced ~sexually~, and Hardin, who is dark and mysterious. Here’s the catch: Hardin doesn’t normally date people, and his personal life is a bit chaotic. Can he and Tessa make their young love last?

A soldier falls in love with a hopeful college student as they rely on writing letters to each other while deployed.

The erotic thriller starring Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele brings E L James’s literary guilty pleasure to life, according to The Oprah Magazine. This movie is great for a Galentine’s Day celebration if you enjoy unconventional romance, contemporary sex education, and an amazing soundtrack. Put it on your queue.

Finch (Julian Smith) and Violet (Elle Fanning) fall madly in love after first meeting in the middle of a packed small town high school. They bond over their past traumas and hope to heal each other as their lives go on. But after tragedy strikes, Violet is left to decide how she will carry on living in a world that seems incredibly unfair to her.

In Alice Wu’s adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, Ellie (Leah Lewis), a high school student, writes the essays of her classmates in exchange for cash in a small Massachusetts town. She only agrees to assist Paul (Daniel Diemer) with his love letters because she is smitten with the same girl and can speak to her covertly. The Half of It defies traditional rom-com clichés by celebrating friendship, family, and romantic relationships equally without favoring one over the other.

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