The Best Valentines Day Movies

 

Hello to all of my readers, Valentines day is this Wednesday and I for one am super excited 🙂 One of my favorite things to do is snuggle up, eat popcorn and of course chocolate, and watch a romantic movie/comedy. So for today’s post I wanted to share with you my favorite Valentines day movies.

ENJOY 🙂

( I am so sorry for not posting as much these past few weeks, my work load has been so much and I have no time to post. So bare with me for a few weeks 🙂 )

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

  • Starring: Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan

  • Run Time: 96 minutes

  • What It’s About: Harry (Crystal) meets Sally (Ryan) when she gives him a ride to New York after they both graduate from the University of Chicago. They part ways, deciding that a man and woman can’t simply be friends without romantic feelings getting in the way. They run into each other several times over the years, always facing the same question: Are they just friends, or is their relationship something more?

  • Pride and Prejudice (1995)

  • Starring: Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle

  • Run Time: 300 minutes (TV mini series)

  • What It’s About: In this adaptation of Jane Austen’s classical romance, when Elizabeth Bennet (Ehle), from a middle-class family, meets young and wealthy Mr. Darcy (Firth) at a local ball, it is hatred at first sight. Though Mr. Darcy is proud and reserved, his fondness for Elizabeth — and her attraction to him — is slowly revealed, despite the prejudice between 19th century classes.

  • Love Story (1970)

  • Starring: Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal

  • Run Time: 99 minutes

  • What It’s About: A wealthy Harvard Law student (O’Neal) falls in love with a music student (MacGraw), despite their opposite backgrounds. His family disowns him when they marry, and they continue to build their life together, only being able to rely on each other.

  • Pretty Woman (1990)

  • Starring: Richard Gere and Julia Roberts

  • Run Time: 119 minutes

  • What It’s About: A successful and wealthy lawyer (Gere) travels to Los Angeles for a business trip and hires a female escort (Roberts) to accompany him for a week of swanky parties and business dinners.

  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

  • Starring: Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard

  • Run Time: 115 minutes

  • What It’s About: A struggling writer (Peppard) moves into an apartment building on Manhattan’s swanky East Side and becomes intrigued by his pretty and quirky socialite neighbor (Hepburn).

  • Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

  • Starring: Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan

  • Run Time: 105 minutes

  • What It’s About: A recent widower (Hanks) and his son move from Chicago to Seattle to escape the grief of his wife’s death. On Christmas Eve, he calls in to a national radio show and pours his heart out about how much he still misses his wife. This catches the attention of a Baltimore-based newspaper writer (Ryan), who falls in love with him immediately, despite being engaged to be married.

  • An Affair to Remember (1957)

  • Starring: Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr

  • Run Time: 119 minutes

  • What It’s About: A handsome playboy (Grant) and a beautiful nightclub singer (Kerr) have a whirlwind romance on a cruise from Europe to New York — despite both being engaged to other people. They agree to reunite six months later at the top of Empire State Building, but fate deals them a complicated hand.

  • Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

  • Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Julianne Moore

  • Run Time: 118 minutes

  • What It’s About: A middle-aged husband’s (Carell) world is turned upside down when his wife (Moore) unexpectedly asks him for a divorce. He meets a young bachelor (Gosling) at a bar, who teaches him how to rediscover himself by picking up girls at bars.

  • The Notebook (2004)

  • This is one of my favorite movies! It is so good and it makes me cry every time!

  • Starring Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams, Gena Rowlands, and James Garner

  • Run Time: 123 minutes

  • What It’s About: A poor and passionate man (Gosling) meets a wealthy and adventurous young woman (McAdams) at a carnival one night. They fall in love, but are soon separated against their will by social differences. Fate brings them back together years later, and they try to make their summer love transition into lifelong commitment.

  • Love Actually (2003)

  • Starring: Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, and Keira Knightley

  • Run Time: 135 minutes

  • What It’s About: During the frantic month before Christmas in London, Love Actually follows eight couples — all loosely interconnected with each other — as they fall in and out of love, some finding themselves with the wrong people and others still searching for the right people.

  • Casablanca (1942)

  • Starring: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman

  • Run Time: 102 minutes

  • What It’s About: Rick Blaine (Bogart), a cynical American expatriate, runs a nightclub in the Moroccan city of Casablanca during the early days of World War II. Ex-love Ilsa Lund (Bergman) unexpectedly comes back into his life, but she’s now married to a renowned Czech Resistance leader. Eventually Rick discovers he’s not so cynical after all, giving up all hope of reuniting with Ilsa by making it possible for her and her husband to safely leave the country.

  • While You Were Sleeping (1995)

  • Starring: Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman

  • Run Time: 103 minutes

  • What It’s About: A lonely young train ticket collector (Bullock) rescues an unconscious commuter (Pullman) from certain death after he falls onto the rails. While visiting him at the hospital, a nurse tells his family that she’s his fiancée and she doesn’t have the courage to correct them — will she be able to keep up the charade?

  • Say Anything (1989)

  • Starring: John Cusack and Ione Skye

  • Run Time: 100 minutes

  • What It’s About: An improbable couple — the class valedictorian with an overprotective father (Skye) and a well-meaning underachiever (Cusack) — fall in love after their high school graduation, and have to go against the opinions of their families and friends to be together, in addition to having to make a big decision at summer’s end.

  • Dirty Dancing (1987)

  • Starring: Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey

  • Run Time: 105 minutes

  • What It’s About: A privileged doctor’s daughter (Grey) falls for a dance instructor (Swayze) while vacationing with her family at a resort in the Catskills. She fills in as his dance partner and they fall in love as he teaches her the routine, a love that is tested by a complicated turn of events and pressures from her family.

Thank you guys so much for reading todays blog post, I hope you enjoyed it:) If you have any questions leave a comment below and I will respond. Also, if you are new to my blog follow it and join me on my blogging journey:) Have a great day! ♥♥♥

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