13 Romantic Films For You From Valentine

“Spotted—Chuck Bass losing something nobody even knew he had. His heart.”

Valentine’s Day, a day when we celebrate love, overwhelmed by feelings and romantic gestures. Well… most of us… Last year I wrote an article with last minute ideas, for those who aren’t that tactical or big planners (who just forget that this day is coming and oh boy we don’t want a mad lover).

No worries, it’s a new year, we are strong and independent, we don’t necessary need a lover to be happy!
Especially for you from Misses Valentine (if you didn’t know yet, by that I mean myself) I made a list with 13 movies that I personally adore and that are fit right in to love street.



♡ 10 Things I Hate About You
1999 — with Heath Ledger Julia Stiles. What not to love about this movie… Based on a play of William Shakespeare. 10 reason to hate a guy but there is still that little chance that he will steal her heart.

♡ Love Actually
2003 — A British ensemble movie where different kind of love stories and friendships are played and created just before Christmas. A true classic that will melt your heart.

♡ A Cinderella Story
2004 — My all time favorite. Hilary Duff lives a happy, a good band with her father, dreams to go to Princeton. Until her father meets her new stepmom and everything changes…

♡ The Last Song
2010 — Miley Cyrus is playing a rebel, that needs to go her father’s place for the summer. They haven’t been in good terms but everything will change in many ways. One thing is for sure, this is not the story you have in mind so please watch it.

♡ It’s Complicated
2009 — Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin. Living a happy single life, with good communication with the ex-husband, but what if you start an affair with that person?
Good laughs guaranteed!

♡ Sixteen Candles
1984 — Your 16th birthday, something special and what you look forward too. Until everyone’s forget it because of the sister’s wedding planning. With up’s and down’s the most popular boy of school notice Sara.

♡ The Holiday
2006 — Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet. Two women, two totally different lives. One of them is rich with a successful career and the other is enjoying her comfy life. They both need a switch in life, so they decide to swap houses for Christmas time…

♡ When Harry Met Sally
1989 — Meg Ryan. Two people who met each other in colleague. With bombs in the road their love story takes them years to find out if they are friends or lovers.

♡ Clueless
1995 — A classic. Girls who love fashion, this lady is spoiled, the most popular at school, and she is falling in love with someone she would have never expected.

♡ Maid in Manhattan
2002 — Jennifer Lopez. She is a maid in a fancy hotel, she gets dressed up in a client her clothing, when an important visitor noticing her. Seeing her for someone else, this love story ends fascinating.

♡ Shall we dance
2004 — Jennifer Lopez and Richard Gere. John is a happy married man, with a young daughter. On one night he meets Paula, a sensual dancer. On a short note his love and passion for ballroom dancing starts to grow, but what will his wife be thinking?

♡ What Women Want
2000 — Mel Gibson. A competitive agent in publicity. When the new boss arrives, who’s a woman, Nick feels treated. Especially when he needs to write about What Women Want, he will find out in the most funny way.

Moulin Rouge
2001 — Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor. I think I won’t have to tell you much about this movie. Classic of all time, must see.




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