If you can talk your honey into watching a romantic movie with you for Valentine's Day, keep that lover close! Some call them chick-flicks, some call them classics. Here is a list of don't-miss movies for Valentine's Day.
"When Harry Met Sally" (1989)
Harry tells Sally when they first meet that men and women can never be friends because the guy always wants more from the girl. They spend the rest of the movie finding out he's wrong. When it blossoms into a full-time love affair, you'll both agree this hilarious movie is one of your favorite romances of all time.
This movie mixes adventure and thrills with a love story for the ages. It has Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, and he's willing to hang on an ice floe for her forever. 'Nuff said.
"Gone With the Wind" (1939)
The all-time epic love story set in the Civil War with Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh lives up to all its hype. At well over three hours, it's a whole evening commitment. If you and your love watch this movie together, you'll never go hungry for love again.
Play it again, and again and again. This movie will be the start of more than a beautiful friendship. Humphrey Bogart is looking at you, kid.
"An Affair to Remember" (1957)
They meet, they fall in love, they go to Italy to visit his grandmother, but they can't be together at this time. So they agree to meet at the top of the Empire State Building in one year. When tragedy strikes on that fateful date, only your loved one can comfort you while you wait to find out what happens in the end.
"Romeo & Juliet" (1968)
There is no one like the Bard to tell a timeless tale of love. The music, the cinematography, and Franco Zeffirelli honor this classic story of two star-crossed lovers. The young couple will grab your heart at the start and never let go even, if death doth part them.
"Same Time, Next Year" (1978)
While this movie may offend some monogamists because it is about a longtime love affair, be assured no families are broken up and no tragedies ensue. It is just a perfect little film about a couple who meet each year throughout the turbulent 1960s and 1970s and how the changing times affect them.
"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (2008)
What's a guy to do when he goes to Hawaii to get over a bad breakup and finds his ex-girlfriend there with new rock-star boyfriend? It gets worse when the rocker (Russell Brand in a hilarious role) turns out to be a pretty nice guy. Its OK, though: Mila Kunis has a pretty shoulder to cry on.
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