23 Movies to Watch On Valentine’s Day!

Whether you’re single, in a relationship or it’s complicated, there is a movie for everyone this Valentine’s Day!

The season of love is here and what better way to spend the time than cosying up at home with your special loved one. Whether it’s your significant other, best friend, girlfriends or even bros, there is something for everyone! From something cheesy hilarious to heart-warming storylines here are 23 movies you cannot go wrong with this valentine’s day.

1. For the ones who want to laugh all night long: Valentine’s Day

Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Garner, Taylor Swift, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Alba, Emma Roberts, Jamie Fox, Queen Latifah and more star in this A-list romantic comedy that explores all kinds of love! From finding love to facing it, join the various couples on their own journey of trying to make things work.

2. For the ones meeting their in-laws: Crazy Rich Asians

Remember the feeling when you first met your in-laws? Follow Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) as she dates young bachelor Nick Young (Henry Golding). While she looks forward to meeting his family, she is in for a surprise as Nick belongs to one of the richest families in Singapore. Thrown into a whole new world, Rachel must now contend with jealous socialites, quirky relatives and something even more frightening – Nick’s disapproving mother.

3. For those who want to flip to the next chapter: Bridget Jones’s Diary

Turning a whole new page to start gaining control of her life, Bridget (Renée Zellweger), a single woman, writes a diary. From adventures, to food, to exercise, she has it all. However, after two romantic encounters, her perspective changes drastically. Follow her journey as she writes down everything!

4. For the ones who want to re-live the moment: 50 First Dates

Imagine being in love with someone who can’t remember you. How far will Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) go to try to make the girl of his dreams, Lucy (Drew Barrymore), fall in love with him? The only thing is, she forgets who he is the very next day! A story of love and devotion, it really shows you how far one would go for love.

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5. For the ones who wish for “sister-hood”: Fire Island

Follow a group of friends as they make their annual trip to New York City’s Fire Island for a week of fun, laughter and adventure. But when a sudden turn of events challenges their judgements find out what they are willing to do to protect their chosen family.

6. For the ones with no expectations: The Proposal

Faced with the threat of deportation, workaholic Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) bribes her assistant, Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds), to marry her to gain citizenship. But is it all an act or will they actually fall in love? Follow the two as they go through a hilarious time of mishaps, little arguments and mini-love moments.

7. For the ones who would love no matter what: Maid in Manhattan

They say love has no boundaries. In this classic tale, we see where a twist of fate and a mistake in identity leads Marisa Ventura (Jennifer Lopez), a maid in the first-class Manhattan hotel, as she meets Christopher Marshall (Ralph Fiennes), the heir to a political dynasty. The only thing is he thinks that she is a guest at the hotel. Will their feelings for each other change once her true identity is revealed?

8. For the ones not sure what kind of love is in store for them: He’s Just Not That Into You

Not sure what kind of love story you are looking for? Well here’s a movie that has pretty much all of them! From new connections, and affairs to unconditional love. Follow four men and five women as they go on a journey to find love.

9. For the ones with a childhood sweetheart: 13 Going on 30

Have you ever wondered if things would be different if you are older? Socially awkward, Jenna (Jennifer Garner) wants a boyfriend and fantasises about being an adult. Well, her dreams came true! Find out if being older means you’re actually one step closer to actual love.

10. For the ones who would like some animation: Wall-E

Love comes in many forms. After spending a long time alone cleaning a waste-covered Earth, Wall-E meets another robot Eve. Together they make memories as they embark on a journey across the galaxy.

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11. For the ones who like a good musical: La La Land

Follow the journey of an aspiring musician, Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), and young actress, Mia (Emma Stone), as they try to balance their personal and professional working lives. Together they find themselves torn between their love for each other and their careers.

12. For the ones who lost a loved one: Ghost

This touching tale follows Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Molly Jensen (Demi Moore), who are madly in love with each other. When Sam is killed by a thug, their love is cut short. Sam’s spirit seeks the help of his psychic, Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), to tell Molly that her life is in danger, proving that love continues even when we are not physically here for each other.

13. For the ones who are discovering themselves: Call Me By Your Name

They often say to love someone else you need to love yourself first. In this romantic film, Elio (Timothée Chalamet) discovers more about himself which leads to him to a temporary love connection.

14. For the ones longing for something different: The Holiday

Two girls from different countries, Amanda Woods (Cameron Diaz) and Iris (Kate Winslet), swap homes for the holidays to get away from their relationship issues. Their lives change when they meet and fall in love with the unexpected.

15. For the ones staying in with a group of friends: Love Actually

If you are staying in with a group of friends there is something for each couple in this film. Follow eight couples in London as they try to deal with their relationships in different ways.

16. For the ones reliving their high school moments: Clueless

Cher (Alicia Silverstone) is at the top of the popularity game in high school. As she learns to cope with adulthood, she gets closer to her stepbrother (Paul Rudd) and starts falling for him.

17. For the ones who want some action: Top Gun Maverick

Thirty years of service leads Maverick (Tom Cruise) to train a group of elite TOPGUN graduates for a high-profile mission. He must confront the ghosts of his pasts, deepest fears and past romance.

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18. For the ones with different intentions: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

When Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson) and Ben Berry (Matthew McConaughey) meet with different intentions, plans don’t go as planned. As Andie tries to make Ben leave, but Ben tries to make Andie fall in love with him, things get interesting in this turn of events.

19. For the ones longing for true love kiss: Shrek

Once upon a time, in a faraway swamp, an Ogre named Shrek rescues a princess with the help of his trusty companions. Follow this unlikely hero on his quest through an enchanted forest and unveil the dark secrets of a magical castle.

20. For the ones who are staying in with their girlfriends: Magic Mike

Handyman by day, hot headliner in an all-male revue by night. Follow Mike (Channing Tatum) as he sees potential in Adam (Alex Pettyfer) and teaches him the tricks and tips of the trade.

21. For the ones who quit their quest for love: Friends with Benefits

Join two friends Jamie (Mila Kunis) and (Justin Timberlake) as they quit their quest for true love and decide to just “have fun”. They soon realise it’s not as easy as they thought and a platonic relationship is as complicated as the real thing.

22. For the ones looking up at the stars: The Fault in Our Stars

Two teenage cancer patients Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus (Ansel Elgort) meet at a cancer support group and embark on a journey to visit an author in Amsterdam. Originally written by John Green, this movie explores the themes of unconditional love, power of morality and happiness.

23. For those who want to remember that life is worth living: Me Before You

Life is worth living. Especially in this unexpected love story. Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke) accepts the job of being a caretaker of a paralysed man, Will Traynor (Sam Claflin). Watch the movie as the two gradually form a bond and later fall in love.

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