10 Best Romantic Comedies For Valentine’s Day

10 Best Romantic Comedies For Valentine’s Day

Feb 08
10 Best Romantic Comedies For Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, many are working on coming up with a way to spend time with their significant other doing something fun. One of the best ways to embrace the upcoming holiday is to sit down and watch a movie that is sure to make you laugh and enjoy the sheer thought of just being together. Check out some of these top romantic comedies below.

Romantic Comedies For Valentine’s Day

1. Lost in Translation (2003)

This bleak comedy is all about the romance. Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray capture what it’s like to travel to another land and look for a connection. You can enjoy a touch of laughs to keep you going until Murray whispers something into Johansson’s ear. This movie will brighten your day and leave you happy.

2. Cactus Flower (1969)

Golden Hawn portrays a confused 21-year-old woman who is in a relationship with Walter Matthau, a much older man. Her charm and wit help you to easily get into the movie. This love story about the various lies that a dentist will tell to help keep a relationship going are absolutely amazing.

3. When In Rome (2010)

Kristen Bell plays Beth, a New Yorker who steals coins from the love fountain in beautiful Italy while at her sister’s wedding. She ends up getting chased down by Jon Heder, Danny DeVito, Dax Shepard and Will Arnett who all happen to be under her love spell. It’s funny, lighthearted and an excellent movie to watch for Valentine’s Day.

4. 50 First Dates (2004)

Put Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler together and you have a great couple. The pair meets in Hawaii when Sandler goes from being a playboy into a devoted boyfriend. He doesn’t realize that Barrymore doesn’t have any short-term memory, thus causing her to constantly relive the same day again and again. This is one chick flick that men can enjoy too.

5. Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

This movie goes to show you how far some men are willing to go to get that special someone to fall in love with them. A poor man ends up being tortured by police because he is too good on a game show. The movie garnered lots of critical acclaim, but it is witty and intelligent at the same time.

6. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Peter Parker is riddled with problems, but not when he gets the woman of his dreams, Gwen Stacy. Their romance is definitely one that you will love watching unfold in this comic book brought to life.

7. Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

Before La La Land, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling exhibited their chemistry and humor in Crazy, Stupid, Love. The movie takes you through the life of a fortysomething-year-old man (Steve Carell) living what seems to be the dream life, job, house, kids and married to his high school sweetheart. Things change when he finds out that his wife cheated on him and wants a divorce. The movie is funny and honest, delivering humor, finding and rediscovering love.

8. This Means War (2012)

Reese Witherspoon stars in a movie you won’t forget anytime soon. Tom Hardy and Chris Pine help distract you from Reese’s message saying that it is okay to date more than one person at a time. If you are looking for adventure, this is the perfect flick for you.

9. Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)Amazon love boxes

A raunchy romantic comedy, this movie delivers many laughs as one man goes to many lengths to forget the woman who broke his heart. The sharp performances from Jason Segal, Russell Brand, Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell ensure that there isn’t a dull moment throughout the whole movie.

10. Moonstruck (1987)

Giving us the classic line by Cher “snap out of it”, Moonstruck is the romantic comedy that plays out like an opera on screen when a widowed bookkeeper (Cher) agrees to marry a man she does not love. However, before the wedding can happen her fiance goes to visit his ailing mother in Sicily and when he’s gone his the widower is wooed by her fiance’s brother (Nicholas Cage). Watch this movie for the quick wit, drama, and humor.

Regardless of what romantic comedy you choose, you are sure to enjoy spending some time watching a movie this Valentine’s Day with your significant other.