Top 10: Valentine's Day Movies

If you prefer to spend Valentine's Day at home with your girlfriend, cuddle up under the warm blanket and in each others arms, then the right thing to do is to play some romantic movie. You are at the right place, because we love romantic movies, and we are going to share our all time favorites. Either it is a classics or new release all of these flicks are praiseworthy of watching on Valentine's Day, or whichever additional time you feel like a dreamy date night with your loved one. We've picked out our 10 favorite Valentine's Day, but feel free to add your list if your like.

1. The Notebook

The Notebook
This is by far the most romantic movie ever. It’s based on a best-selling novel, two souls from two different worlds fall desperately in love only to be torn apart. Life goes on as they detach but ultimately meet again years later.

2. The Lake House

The Lake House
A lonesome doctor who previously occupied a curious lakeside residence begins swapping love letters with its earlier occupant, an aggravated architect. They have to endeavor to untie the secrecy behind their unexpected story before it's too late.

3. When Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally
Harry meets Sally when she gives him a ride to New York after they both graduate from the University of Chicago. They part ways right after that, deciding that a man and woman can't just be friends without romantic feelings changing everything. They meet each other more than a few times over the years, constantly with the identical question: just friends or something more?

4. Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's
Struggling writer moves into a New York apartment building and becomes intrigued by his attractive, peculiar neighbor Holly Golightly. Holly's way of life mystifies and attracts Paul; in community she flits all the way through parties with a sexy, stylish air, but when they're alone she alters into a kindly susceptible package of neuroses.
5. Serendipity

A couple meets and spends the night trying to choose if fate fetch them together. They go their divide ways but never tremble that feeling that somewhat or someone got away.
6. The Vow

The Vow
Envision being cheerfully married to the love of your life then subsequent to a vehicle accident, waking up from a coma and having no idea who he was. Channing Tatum plays Leo, the husband dreadfully trying to make his wife fall in love with him all over again.

7. Crazy, Stupid, Love

Crazy, Stupid, Love
A middle-aged husband's (Steve Carell) world is turned upside down when his wife unpredictably asks him for a separation. He meets a young unattached man (Ryan Gosling) at a bar, who teaches him how to revive himself by picking up girls at bars.

8. Love Actually

Love Actually
Follows the lives of eight extremely dissimilar couples in dealing with their love lives in different insecurely and interconnected tales all set throughout an anxious month before Christmas in London.
9. While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping
Lucy's life consists of steady solitude that is until she saves Peter's life. Now she is a part of his family and with a burly heart and destiny on her part, others start to understand what a wonderful person she is, particularly Jack, Peter's brother. An extremely true-to-life series of events begin to take place as Lucy and Jack become nearer and find out more about each other and themselves than one would ever anticipate from such totally unplanned, yet authentic events.

10. Notting Hill

Notting Hill
A bookstore owner in Notting Hill falls for a tremendously admired American actress when she enters his store. They in time become friends, with the opportunity of romance on the perspective, until her extremely public life starts to get in the way of their happiness.



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