Top 10 Valentine’s Day Movies

Who says you have brave crowds and other couples to have a romantic evening on Valentine’s Day? Snuggle up on the couch with your sweetie, watch one (or more!) of these romantic flicks and see where the night takes you.

1. Dirty Dancing “ Nobody puts baby in the corner! This one’s a classic, with great dance scenes, strong characters and lines you’ll be repeating for days. If you’re a pair of opposites who can’t help but be attracted to one another, you’ll particularly enjoy this movie on V-Day.

2. The Notebook “ We’ve all seen the famous kiss scenes with Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, but it’s the elder versions of these lovebirds that will really get to you. Be prepared for some tears!

3. When Harry Met Sally “ “Can men and women ever just be friends?” It’s not always love at first sight, but when people are meant to be together, they find each other in the end. Whether you’ve never seen this New York City romance or you’re watching it for the fifteenth time, it’s a classic that will warm your heart.

4. Titanic “ If you’re up for a longer movie, Titanic is a great pick. It’s an epic romance that ends in disaster but shows that true love lasts forever.

5. Pride and Prejudice “ Romantic women have clung to copies of Jane Austen’s romantic novel for years. This screen adaptation lives up to expectations, with Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennett and Matthew Macfadyen as the strong, proud and single Mr. Darcy.

6. Juno “ More lighthearted and fun than traditional romances, Juno will have you laughing and holding hands. You’ll fall in love with all the characters, not just the charming relationship that blooms between Michael Cera and Ellen Page.

7. Casablanca “ This 1942 film is set in unoccupied Africa during the beginning of the Second World War. Let the romance begin when an American expatriate meets a former lover “ although it’s not all peaches and roses.

8. P.S. I Love You “ Get out a box of tissues before you fire this one up. The tears will be flowing and you’ll be clutching your partner tight through the whole movie. This beautiful film about a young widow receiving messages from her late husband really makes you appreciate what you have.

9. Gone with the Wind “ For real movie buffs, this love-during-wartime story from 1939 is the ultimate in romantic movies. If you’ve never seen it, put it at the top of your Valentine’s Day must-sees.

10. Sleepless in Seattle “ New romcoms come out every year, but this one stands the test of time. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan come together to prove that even when our hearts are broken, there’s someone out there who can mend it for us “ we just have to find them.

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