Today is Valentine’s Day, a day that will be marked with hearts, teddy bears and candies.
In case you have not yet planned what you will do on this famous date, we have a proposal for you. These are movies for Valentine’s Day that will make this day more beautiful, faster and more loving.
The expected but unavoidable movie that must have been on the list of proposals is this one. The Love Tandem of Julia Roberts and Richard Gere teaches us how life from root changes and turns when you meet the right person. With a little faith, goodwill, and re-watching this movie, it might happen to you (if not already).
For those who prefer a darker interpretation of romantic comedy, this is a real movie. The screenplay is written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott. You are immediately aware that there will be violence, blood, drugs, and weapons in the game. But as you watch Patricia Arquette and Christian Slater, you will want to see such an exciting love story happen.
Romeo and Juliet
It is Shakespeare’s most beautiful love story, contemporary directed by Baz Luhrmann, with Romeo and Juliet starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. It’s probably now absolutely clear to you why this movie has to hit your screens on February 14th.
At least one black and white classic must be included in a movie marathon for Valentine’s Day. We recommend this cinematic creation, which has rightly become a crème-de-la-crème example of good romantic comedy. We will only emphasize that the main roles are interpreted by Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Pek.
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The movie is made for all daydreams and introverts. As we follow the strange life of the main character (Audrey Tautou), we learn that the sacrifice for the people we care about is also the key to our own happiness.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
There is no one who has not fantasized at least once in his life about how nice it would be to forget certain people and events. But as you look at Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey in this unusual love story, you will realize that it is precisely the memories and past experiences that make us the person we are today.
Lost in Translation
Actors Scarlett Johanson and Bill Marie perfectly demonstrate how lonely it is in a big and unknown city. And that love can come in unexpected forms and moments, was originally portrayed by director Sofia Kopola. If you think you’re alone and lost, then let this movie make you happy on Valentine’s Day.
The Big Sick
The film is based on a bizarre true event that happened to lead actor Kumail Nanjiani. The combination of humorous situations in conjunction with difficult moments, knowing that all this has actually happened will restore your faith in life, and in particular, the belief that true love is possible in spite of everything.
La La Land
Playful colors, beautifully tailored costumes, great choreography, plenty of music and singing. This all sounds like the perfect combination for Valentine’s Day, especially if you know that Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are in the lead roles. The end of the movie will not be in the happy end manner you might expect, but not everything can be had in life.
For all those who boycott Valentine’s Day but still want to celebrate it, horror movies will be a good solution. Recall, therefore, the big hit from the 90’s called Shriek, starring Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, and David Arquette. This realization also has three sequels, so you can watch them all on the long night of February 14th.