With February 14th just around the corner, people are filled with a little more romance, a little more spring in their step, a little more sparkle in their eyes. Whether you have a “bae” or are spending the day with your gals or pals, there is nothing better than a long day of cuddling watching movies on Netflix.
CoPromote loves creators of all kinds. In that spirit of diversity and innovation, here are the best movies about love to give you the fuzzies this Valentine’s Day:
Amélie is a romantic comedy about a quirky girl in Paris who sets out to quietly plan the lives of those around her, all the while getting lost in a world of her own making.
2. Silver Lining’s Playbook (USA)
A dramatic love story with engaging characters, Silver Lining’s Playbook is about a bipolar man named Pat who participates in a dance competition with a depressed widow named Tiffany in an effort to win back his wife.
3. Pride and Prejudice (UK)
This 2005 adaptation of Jane Austen’s famously acclaimed novel stars Keira Knightley as the headstrong Elizabeth Bennett and Matthew Macfadyen as the reserved Mr. Darcy.
4. Queen (India)
In Queen, we follow Rani, an overtly naive girl from Punjab, as she discovers her independence and confidence while embarking on a European adventure after her fiance leaves her before her wedding day.
5. Punch Drunk Love (USA)
Adam Sandler stars in this romantic dramedy about a lonely business owner who gets tangled in a web of sexual extortionists, meanwhile falling in love with his sister’s coworker.
6. Dear Frankie (UK)
Dear Frankie presents Gerard Butler as a stranger who is hired to act as a nine-year old deaf boy’s father, and invariably forges a strong bond with the boy and his mother.
7. Secret (Taiwan)
Starring one of Taiwan’s most famous heartthrobs, Jay Chou plays a music student who falls for a mysterious girl with a very dark secret.
8. Y Tu Mamá También (Mexico)
Directed by Gravity‘s Alfonso Cuaron, Y Tu Mamá También follows the lives of two teenage boys who embark on a road trip with an older woman and learn about life, friendship, and love along the way.
9. Blue is the Warmest Color (France)
A story about a teenage girl in France who falls for an older art student, and her journey of growth and change.
10. The Wood (USA)
Three childhood friends reminisce about the past as their friend goes through a case of cold feet before his wedding day.
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