Top 5 Perfect Movies To Watch on Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away and many people are making plans to either go out or stay in with their significant others, friends or by themselves, but the one thing that everyone loves is a good movie.
The holiday is all about love, but it can be tough for certain people, especially if love is not on their side that day. Watching a sappy, romantic, or even funny movie can lift your mood.
So, unwrap your chocolate, make some hot cocoa and snuggle in to watch a film. Here are the top 5 perfect movies to watch on Valentine’s Day.
The title itself is enough for you to watch it on February 14th. The 2010 movie is packed with stars including Taylor Swift, Taylor Lautner, Ashton Kutcher, Bradley Cooper and Jessica Biel. “Valentine’s Day” follows many different stories that intertwine couples and singles in Los Angeles breaking-up and making up due to the pressures of the holiday.
“The Notebook” is a classic movie that most likely everyone has seen or at least heard of. The movie is based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. Although it is a sappy, cliche love story, it will hit you right in the feels. Starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan gosling as Allie and Noah, “The Notebook” is about forgotten but true love and the pressures society and parents can put on it.
10 Things I Hate About You
“10 Things I Hate About You” is a 1999 romantic comedy that has the late Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles as the leads. The movie is kind of cliche- the girl who doesn’t date falls for the new, cute bad boy, but who doesn’t love a cheesy romantic movie? Plus, it gives us the iconic, “I hate that I don’t hate you. Not even close, not even a little bit, not at all” line.
When your horrible boss needs a green card to stay in the country and might fire you if you say no, you fake propose to her and fly her to Alaska to meet your family. Starring Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds and the late Betty White, “The Proposal” is a movie everyone will love. The 2009 comedy has you laughing all the way through. It makes you wonder if the person that gets on your nerves might actually be that special someone.
50 First Dates
Playboy Henry, played by Adam Sandler, has his sights set on Lucy, played by Drew Barrymore. The only thing is- she has short-term memory loss due to a horrible car accident, so every morning, when she wakes up, she doesn’t remember him. Henry does everything he can to try to get Lucy to remember him, but she doesn’t. When he convinces her family, he is really in it for love, he decides to make a video showing her what happened. It turns out to be a happy ending. “50 First Dates” is a perfect mix of romance and comedy.