In the mood for a lovey-dovey movie that will warm your heart? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the 10 classic romance movies for you to enjoy this weekend. Grab some popcorn, snuggle up with your loved one or furry friend, and get ready for a delightful movie marathon!
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The Notebook is a heartwarming and poignant romantic drama film based on the 1996 novel by Nicholas Sparks. Set in the 1940s, the story revolves around the passionate and enduring love between Noah Calhoun and Allie Hamilton, two young people from different social backgrounds.
Romeo + Juliet
A classic captivating adaptation of William Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy. Set in a bustling and vibrant Verona Beach, this classic go-to film brings the timeless tale of star-crossed lovers to life as we follow the tumultuous romance between Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, two young individuals from feuding families.
Pride and Prejudice
Another enchanting classic! This period drama based on Jane Austen’s beloved novel is set in 19th-century England. The story revolves around the spirited and intelligent Elizabeth Bennet, one of five sisters from a modest family. When the wealthy and aristocratic Mr. Bingley and his brooding friend, Mr. Darcy, arrive in their small town, it sets in motion a series of captivating events…
Titanic is an epic and unforgettable romance that takes place aboard the ill-fated RMS Titanic, a luxurious and colossal ship on its maiden voyage. Set in 1912, the film follows the star-crossed love story between Jack Dawson, a free-spirited artist, and Rose DeWitt Bukater, a young woman trapped in a stifling high-society existence, with a sad fate.
Before Sunrise is a captivating and introspective romance that unfolds over the course of a single night in Vienna. The film follows Jesse, an American traveler, and Celine, a French student, as they meet by chance on a train and decide to spend a few hours exploring the city together before Jesse’s early morning flight. Deeply real, romantic and charming.
La La Land
This captivating, enchanting musical celebrates the pursuit of dreams and the bittersweet nature of love in the bustling city of Los Angeles. Set against a backdrop of vibrant colours and mesmerising song and dance numbers, the film follows the ambitious and aspiring actress Mia and the passionate jazz pianist Sebastian as they navigate their respective careers and a blossoming romance.
Crazy, Stupid, Love
Crazy, Stupid, Love is a charming and heartfelt romantic comedy that delves into the complexities of love, relationships, and self-discovery. The film follows Cal Weaver, a middle-aged man whose life is turned upside down when his wife asks him for a divorce. In the midst of his personal crisis, Cal encounters Jacob Palmer, a suave and charismatic bachelor who takes him under his wing to help him rediscover his confidence and find love again.
Casablanca is a timeless, captivating romantic drama set during World War II in the bustling city of Casablanca. The film follows Rick Blaine, a cynical and enigmatic American expatriate who owns a popular nightclub. His world is turned upside down when his former lover, Ilsa Lund, walks into his establishment with her husband, Victor Laszlo, a renowned resistance leader.
No Strings Attached
No Strings Attached is a charming and witty romantic comedy that explores the complexities of modern relationships and the blurred lines between love and friendship. The film revolves around Emma and Adam, two acquaintances who decide to embark on a casual and purely physical relationship without any emotional attachment or commitment.
The Fault in Our Stars
This equally heart-warming and wrenching romantic drama is based on John Green’s bestselling novel. The film follows the extraordinary love story of Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters, two teenagers who meet at a cancer support group and embark on a transformative journey together.
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