Top Picks for Romantic Movies(Wednesday, 2.6.13)

February 6, 2013

Our Top Picks for Best Romance Movies…


Who doesn’t love a great love story, right?  And with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of the all-time favorite romance movies to get you in the mood. Think about having a movie marathon day – a perfect excuse to hangout in your coziest pjs with some decadent munchies and a little Kleenex in hand! Or, make it a date with your honey– prepare a fun dinner at home and choose a movie you both will love. Here are some of our top picks–although we must say, this wasn’t an easy task:

Classic Romance: Perfect for the hopeless romantic—these films capture the essence of everlasting love.

     Romeo & Juliet, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Pride and Prejudice and Dirty Dancing 

Flirty and Fun: A lighthearted way to celebrate love in any stage.

     Sleepless in Seattle, Notting Hill, Serendipity, Love Actually, Pretty in Pink and Sweet Home Alabama

 Good for a Cry: Do we need to say anything more? Sometimes it’s just necessary!

     The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, Atonement, Ghost, Titanic and we couldn’t forget, Forrest Gump

 Tying the Knot: These fab movies are filled with twists, turns, and best of all, –weddings!

     The Wedding Planner, 27 Dresses, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Confetti, The Wedding Singer, Bridesmaids, Our Family Wedding

 A Little Quirky: If your movie-going tastes (or, your sense of humor) is a little off-the-beaten path, try one of these fun flicks.

♥     Harold and Maude, Punch-Drunk Love, Annie Hall, Away We Go, If Lucy Fell, Moonstruck

There are so many great love stories out there. What are your favorites? Or, do you have one of your own to share?

In the mood board: A Love Story ecard from American Greetings

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