10 Romantic Movies For Valentine’s Day
A lot of couples choose to spend their Valentines Day evening enjoying a romantic movie and perhaps sharing some wine or champagne. To help in the selection of those movies, The American Film Institute created a list of the 100 most romantic movies ever made. If you're look for a suggestion, peruse these 10 "Must See" Romantic Movies!..
‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ (1982)
Here's on the guys and ladies can enjoy..Hey, it's military and actually has a plot beyond the love story. Ladies will enjoy Richard Gere in uniform..guys will enjoy the story and Debra Winger. How can you lose?
‘Sixteen Candles’ (1984)
John Hughes and teen angst ...that's all you need to say. What starts out so tragically for poor Sam ends with her scoring the most popular guy in school, a Porsche and one of the best kisses over a birthday cake ever. Okay so it's really kind of on the low end of the spectrum of "romantic"..but it can be a fun watch.
‘The Princess Bride’ (1987)
This is another that men and women seem to equally like. After all how many movies combine pirates, revenge, giants, sword fights and tons of comedy? And it actually is a very romantic movie to boot!
‘Say Anything’ (1989)
Guy stands outside with boombox playing "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel. Guys, you may not care for it..but pick this one and you won't have to stand outside with a boombox playing "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel! Nuff Said??
‘When Harry Met Sally’ (1989)
It's got everything. Great story..excellent acting, directing, music..it's the complete package. The romance is balanced by a wonderful dash ( or three) of cynicism!.
‘Pretty Woman’ (1990)
Richard Gere makes the list again. Guys ...bite the bullet and let her watch it. Even if it's sappy and Julie Roberts is far from convincing as a street walker!
It doesn't get more romantic than I came back from the dead to be with you...I mean Good Grief!!
‘Sleepless in Seattle’ (1993)
If "When Harry Met Sally" sent the message of "There is someone out there for everyone"..Then "Sleepless in Seattle" sends the message...There's also someone ELSE out there for everyone. Combine the stars ..the script and a precocious kid and you've got yourself a sure fire hit!
‘The Notebook’ (2004)
Get the movie and a box of tissues..for your lady...and some for you, too tough guy!
‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ (2004)
Uh...yeah. I can't go with the poll on this one. I know it made the list and all that..but unless you find sitting around discussing what the symbolism in a movie means, you may want to pick for the other 9 movies on the list. Get "Return to Me" instead