With Winter still lingering around, invoking a warm, fuzzy feeling this time added with a little sprinkle of love. Yes, it’s soon to be February, my loves. And February only means one thing- Valentine’s Day (Well, for most of us). We may love it, or we may despise it, but we certainly cannot ignore it.
It is that time of the year when we want to feel loved. Be it cuddled up in a blanket with our significant other or just be all by ourselves with a tub of popcorn lounging on the sofa, the magic of feel good Rom-Coms with a perfect sweet ending can do a lot to charm us with the power of love.
So whether you’re married, dating, looking, or perfectly happy single, this list of Valentine’s Day Must Watch Rom-Com Movies is for you all!
P.S I Love You
This one tops the list for a reason, the Gerard Butler. A movie of a widow who is left behind with letters from her husband to find her path after he is gone. Full of intense love, romance, and companionship, this one will surely make you cry (in a good way) so keep those tissues handy.
Walk The Line
An epic biopic of music legend Johnny Cash played by Joaquin Phoenix & June Carter played by Reese Witherspoon. A story about the volatile life of a legendary singer and his deep love for June Carter.
Lost In Translation
This one is a real treat for all the Scarlett Johansson fans. The movie captures what it feels like to be traveling somewhere wholly unfamiliar and wanting a real connection with, of course, some comedy with the right amount of laughs.
Crazy Rich Asians
Just as the name sounds, this is a modern day Cinderella story. Racheal, a New York native, goes to meet her boyfriend’s family, giving us a sneak peek into the most luxurious families’ crazy rich life in Singapore.
Seems Like Old Times
Ahhh, the love we share for classics. This one dates back to the 1980s, a story of a divorced couple being forced to participate in a bank robbery. If you pine for an old flame, Seems Like Old Times is the perfect Valentine’s Day romantic comedy for you.
Balle Balle Amritsar To La or Bride & Prejudice
Because we love desi romances too. The Indian version of Jane Austen’s novel Pride & Prejudice. The story revolves around a mother who wants to get her daughters married to wealthy men, directed by Gurinder Chadha.
Go on now. Because Valentine’s is for all.
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