If you’re seeking for the best, most love movies to view in honor of Valentine’s Day, you’ve come to the perfect spot. Love stories like Titanic, chick and movies so foolish you can’t help but adore them are among our picks. You’ll undoubtedly discover something to your liking.
Valentine’s Day Movie:
In our list of the best Valentine’s Day movies to watch this year, we’ve included a mix of old and new classics, new releases, and others that we think you’ll enjoy. Take a peek at the video below for more information.
What better way to start than with the film that bears the same name as the holiday? Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner, Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Kathy Bates, and Taylor Swift (!) feature in one of those enormous ensemble romantic comedies from the past when nothing happens but all the love stories are somehow related. They are no longer manufactured in this manner.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire:
Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a sluggish love storey which will anger and charm you all at the same time. The 18th-century French film, directed by Céline Sciamma, depicts the development of a romance between an artist with her subject, a young noble woman about to be married off.
The connection between the protagonists, Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel, is a delight to witness in action, which is made all the more distressing by the knowledge that their relationship has a firm expiry date.
If Beale Street Could Talk:
Barry Jenkins follows that up his coming-of-age film Moonlight with this charming James Baldwin adaptation. It follows Tish (KiKi Layne), a young pregnant woman in 1970s Harlem, as she tries to clear her fiancé’s (Stephan James) name after he is imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit.
It’s a delicate, emotional love tale with two outstanding protagonists and outstanding supporting performances, particularly Regina King’s Oscar-winning portrayal as Tish’s mother.
10 Things I Hate About You:
10 Things I Hate About You is a contemporary rendition of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew set at a high school. Julia Stiles portrays Kat, a sarcastic, irritable character whose general lousy attitude prevents her from dating, complicating matters for her younger sister, who isn’t permitted to date until Kat gets a partner.
Because this is a rom-com, an elaborate scheme is devised to persuade Patrick (Heath Ledger), the school’s resident bad boy, to fall for Kat so that everyone else may date in peace.
Romeo + Juliet:
This rendition of Shakespeare’s love tragedy works because Baz Luhrmann is utterly insane in the nicest manner possible. In his characteristic huge, dramatic style, Luhrmann reimagines Romeo and Juliet as a modern-day drama in which the Capulets and the Montagues are two feuding gangs living in a fictitious seaside town.
Romeo and Juliet are played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes, but John Leguizamo as Tybalt steals the show.
Fifty Shades of Grey:
Remember when Fifty Shades of Grey, a film about a college student who goes on a BDSM-lite romance with a wealthy guy, was all the rage?
It’s remarkable to think that this film helped launch the careers of Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, much as Twilight did for Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Two more films in the series are available if you want to make it a marathon.
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