Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. People are busy planning to have the perfect day and make it memorable for their partner.
Though we do say that we love our partners all throughout the year and it doesn’t need a single day to show that off, still the day has its significance and so does what you decide to do.
Even if it’s not a million dollar gift, a small gesture or an act of love will definitely make it more special to the both of you.
We still ain’t out of the pandemic, though we do have all the public places open to visiting, nothing is more enjoyable than making yourselves comfortable at home and getting the vibe going.
I’d suggest taking the day off spend the time just the two of you, doing things that you always wanted to. Sip in a coffee peacefully, making preparation for a good old meal at home of course one that has both your favorites, a nice warm shower and settle in for a good movie.
Here are my favorite picks which I hope you would also enjoy watching on Valentine’s day.
When Harry met Sally
Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan have been best remembered for their roles as Harry and Sally. The movie is proof that communication and humor definitely keeps your relationship going. Absolutely must watch for the realistic dialogues I’d say.
Who will forget the iconic rain soaked kiss. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams have shown palpable chemistry in this romantic classic where they’re separated by World War II and reunited later.
Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Matthew McFadden and Keira Knightley version is definitely my favorite adaptation of the novel by Jane Austen. The humor, wit and not to forget to mention about the sexual tension between both leads makes it a great watch for Valentine’s day.
50 first dates
Am one of the die hard fans of Adam Sandler and his movies. This one with him and Drew Barrymore in the lead will absolutely take you on a laughter and a cry roller coaster ride. Imagine a veterinarian falling for someone who has short term memory loss. The movie will guarantee to take you through a varied range of emotions. He will definitely sweep you away in his exhaustive attempts to recreate the first date for her to remember.
You’ve got mail
Who will forget this evergreen movie. I remember this coming up on HBO’S movie list for every Valentine’s Day and also on romantic line ups. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks team up for another blockbuster. Being rival bookstore owners but unknowingly becoming email pen pals sounds an interesting plot doesn’t it?
Sleepless in Seattle
One more from Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks that makes its way to the valentines day watch list every year. Keeping you thinking ‘ will they or won’t they’ dance throughout the movie and especially for the sweet moment where Sam’s son calls up the radio station where Annie works to find a partner for his widowed father is too cute to not miss and remember when you see this title.
I cannot count the number of times I’ve watched this movie over and over. Neither it has bored me nor the people who I’ve recommended this as well. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds make this one a hilarious and at the same time romantic. A must watch rom-com if you aren’t someone who loves cheesy romantic movies.
P. S. I love you
No Valentine’s Day is complete or comes to an end without thinking of this movie. If you’re a book lover like me this was one movie I loved the adaptation as well. Hilary Swank and Gerrard Butler take you on a tearjerker in this movie where Swank discovers motivating notes from her late husband.
Settle with some wine, scented candles, cozy rug and a remote control to enjoy this Valentine’s Day and you could also go on a movie marathon. Who wouldn’t like an all day lazing around with movies to watch, ordering in food and sipping some wine.
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