Movies To Watch This Valentines Day


Alexis Davis, Writer

  1. The Notebook

That iconic kiss in the rain makes “The Notebook” a romantic classic, powered by the strong chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. What really is the tear jerker is their older characters played by James Garner and Gena Rowlands.

  1. La La Land

This romantic movie, a tale of star-crossed lovers trying to make it in L.A. is more than easy on the eyes thanks to its talented actors, gorgeous costumes, dizzying choreography, what’s not to love?

  1. Romeo and Juliet

One of the greatest love stories, this classic tale has plenty of love and teen heartthrob for all to enjoy. Because of the strength of the love between Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio in this 1996 adaptation, everyone will be rooting for their relationship.

  1. Dirty Dancing

Some may consider this movie a quirky guilty pleasure, but who ever turns it off on a rainy afternoon? No body puts baby in a corner, especially when she’s after what she wants, or more of who she wants. Baby, Jennifer Grey, is after the summer camps dance instructor Patrick Swayze who leaves the ladies breathless with his mesmerizing dance moves. This timeless and music filled love story is perfect for Valentine’s day.

  1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

This movie was a craze whenever it first came out because many had already fallen in love with the book written by Jenny Han. This movie makes a great Valentine’s day movie or even a Galentine’s Day movie because of its high school romance that we’ve all experienced before.

  1. The Kissing Booth

Netflix knows what teens today want, and that’s a wacky rom-com. This high school-set romance has people of all ages swooning over the very tall leading guy and awesome soundtrack.

  1. Sixteen Candles

This classic coming-of-age story introduced the world to Molly Ringwald. Audiences fell head over heels for her, and so did her crush, Jake Ryan, by the end of the movie. This movie gave our childhood selves belief that some birthday wishes do come true.

  1. The Vow

This is a great romantic film for couples or even singles because everyone wants to see Channing Tatum win Rachel McAdam’s love all over again after she’s lost her memory in a tragic car accident.

  1. WALL-E

It may seem crazy for an animated film to be considered a romantic film, but the love between the two robots is just as heartfelt, romantic, and passionate as any human romance. Robots are often portrayed as emotionless machines, but in this story, they are given plenty of feelings and emotions one of them being the strongest feeling of all: love.

  1. Titanic

Jack and Rose are considered to be one of the most romantic couples in movie history. In this tragic romance, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet fall in love on the doomed ocean liner. WHY

  1. Up

If you like heartwarming love stories, then “Up” is the movie for you. Within the few minutes of Carl and Ellie’s life montage, we really get to see the love between the two, and it’s difficult not to tear-up over Ellie’s passing. This movie will give you all the feels this Valentine’s Day.