Cuddle up, make some tasty snacks and rediscover love yet again.
Although, it is pretty hard to choose just 5 love-related films, here we have some of the best and timeless romantic flicks that you can’t go wrong with.
“Lost In Translation” (2003)
We’re starting off with one of our favorite ones. Lost In Translation is one of those perfect bleak comedies that are always relevant. Bob Harris (Bill Murray) and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) are intricate characters that ever-so-vividly portray and capture what it feels like to meet someone new.
We are still wondering what exactly Bob whispered in Charlotte’s ear before he said his final goodbye to her.
“50 First Dates” (2004)
This is definitely a must! Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are definitely among the most likeable people to ever hit big screens, and they really make the great writing in this movie pop.
Set in Hawaii, the story follows Henry Roth (Sandler) who turns from a playboy to a devoted boyfriend, but the only problem is that the girl of his dreams (Barrymore) has no short-term memory, so she has to relive the same day over and over, meaning Roth must make her fall for him each day.
Truly a chick flick anyone can enjoy.
“(500) Days Of Summer” (2009)
This movie is anything but a chick flick. The writing is smart, the story is realistic, the characters are 3-dimensional and developed, and the overall feeling after watching the movie simply screams “new hope”.
Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are practically made for each other. He’s a cute boy who listens to quality music, and she is that quirky girl everyone wants to be or be with. A perfect combination.
(500) Days Of Summer is a non-linear story that graphically but quite precisely depicts love and modern-day relationships.
It’s been more than 15 years since Shrek came out, but this heartwarming cartoon continues to spread love. This odd fairy tale proves that true love indeed exits. It is always a great choice for Valentine’s Day.
And just look at that voice acting cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow…
“Love, Actually” (2003)
You simply have to spice things up with some British humor. “Love, Actually” deals with love in some many different ways that ANYONE can enjoy it for this holiday, regardless of their relationship status.
This romantic comedy is in no way sappy, even though it came out 13 years ago. As far as romantic comedies go, many people think this is the best one ever written.