Are you a big fan of movies? What about romantic movies? Everyone enjoys a good romance film, whether they want to accept it or not. It’s never a terrible moment to watch the perfect romantic movie, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or just the weekend.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most beautiful, emotional, passionate, and romantic movies ever made.
So, get your snack, drink, and relax in front of the TV.
What Are The 9 Best Romantic Movies?
If you are wondering what romantic movies to watch, here are the 9 best ones you should watch.
1. A STAR IS BORN (2018)
If you’re searching for a romantic movie about people who are drawn together by talent and ripped apart by fame, there are several versions of “A Star Is Born” to choose from:
There’s Janet Gaynor and Fredric March in the 1937 original, Judy Garland and James Mason in the 1954 remake, and Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 1976 remake. Only the newest one, starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, included a performance of “Shallow,” the heartbreaking song.
The story begins with famous musician Jack (Bradley Cooper) discovering (and falling in love with) artist Ally (Lady Gaga) when she is struggling with her music career.
Then Jack encourages her to see her gift, thrusts her into the spotlight, and supports her in developing her career.
As with any great love story, tragedy is on the way; however, this is how the romance becomes more impressive.
2. The Notebook (2004)
Based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel, this epic drama is about a love that shows unending adversity between a poor rural kid (Ryan Gosling) and a wealthy city girl (Rachel McAdams).
‘The Notebook’ alternates between two seasons in the lives of the same couple. We see them as young lovers, then as old, with her fading into the darkness of Alzheimer’s.
Every day, he reads her from a notebook in which he recalls how they met, fell in love, and overcame difficulties, and she sometimes remembers who he is and what the story is about, but only for a few minutes.
Furthermore, if you are among people who enjoy dramatic, romantic movies which aim to drown the viewers in tears, this movie should be your choice.
3. Me before you (2016)
The movie is an adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ bestselling novel, Emilia Clarke plays Lou, hired to look after Sam Claflin’s Will, a wealthy cripple suffering from despair and severe pain.
They come from entirely different backgrounds and struggle at first before falling in love. When Lou discovers that Will had told his parents that he would wait six months before checking into an assisted suicide clinic, she sets out to persuade him to rethink his opinion about life by taking him on a series of experiences.
4. Paterson (2016)
Some would consider Paterson as “That Film,” in which Adam Driver drives a bus and writes poetry. But it is not all true.
The intimate, if occasionally stormy, the friendship between Driver’s Paterson and Golshifteh Farahani Laura is at the heart of the story. This is love in the style of Jim Jarmusch.
The film’s greatest strength is its simplicity and serenity. And, of course, Paterson’s brilliant prose and poetry.’
‘Love Poem’ is the first poem in the film ‘Paterson.’ A couple of lovely pieces of poetry are also interwoven throughout the film.
If you need a peaceful spot to be alone, ‘Paterson’ is a good choice. Let us rejoice in life’s innocence.
5. La La Land(2016)
You can find two romances in this romantic movie: Ryan Gosling’s musician Sebastian and Emma Stone’s actress Mia, and another between director Damien Chazelle and his adopted Los Angeles.
A lovely, toe-tapping musical that lies behind the dance music; just be aware of the heartbreaking scenes.
However, the most pleasant moments in La La Land are those that are total fantasy: when Sebastian plays the piano with a love that is only surpassed by Mia’s dancing. Or when they kiss for the first time and float up into the heavens.
These scenes may seem extravagant, but as someone who doesn’t usually appreciate musicals, let’s gladly make an exception for La La Land. Why? You will learn to embrace your skepticism rather than suspend it.
6. Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
It was a once-in-a-lifetime love affair between the world and Ryan Gosling’s abs. Okay, so it also signals the start of a musical partnership (Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone) that would win an Oscar with La La Land.
“Crazy, Stupid, Love” is a charming romantic comedy about kind people. Think about it. There will be no sarcasm. There will be no disturbance.
7. Before Sunset (2004)
In Before Sunset, the two characters only hug once and spend the rest of the movie talking to each other. Still, this is one of the most passionately romantic movies recently.
It’s not just that. This film, directed by Richard Linklater and starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, is a tremendously successful test of whether a movie can engage an audience with a real-time dialogue between two people.
8. ‘FOCUS’ (2015)
Will Smith and Margot Robbie, who play co-stars, maintain their attractiveness throughout the film. When an experienced con artist (Will Smith) takes a beginner (Margot Robbie) under his wing, their friendship quickly turns passionate.
9. Casablanca (1942)
Casablanca continues to be one of the most universally loved and appreciated romantic movies of all time.
Never miss an opportunity to experience one of Hollywood’s greatest glories. Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart.
Rick and Ilsa favor the greater good, putting a human face on war sacrifices, even those committed off the battlefield.
Its core love story is melancholy, with a self-sacrificial ending that only adds to the emotional effect. You’ll be looking to play it again after you’ve seen it.