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Going out on Valentine’s Day with your loved one? You’ll be staying at home together? You’ll stay desperately alone at home? No, don’t stay desperately at home, just order some pizzas and get your popcorn to start a fabulous night full of romantic movies.
Here’s a list of top 10 romantic movies (not in order) to put you in a romantic mood on Valentine’s Day.

1- The vow:

Romantic drama movie, which explains a real love story of a wife (Rachel McAdams) who had a car accident on her way back home with her husband (Channing Tatum) which puts her in a Coma, waking up with severe memory loss. Her husband never gave up on her, he keeps reminding her of who she were, what she loved and hated through videos and pictures. Until she fall in love with someone else.
The movie is directed by Michael Sucsy

2- The proposal:

Romantic comedy movie, about a couple (Ryan Reynolds) and (Sandra Bullock) who started out hating each other and ended up loving each other. After she violated the terms of her work visa, she blackmailed her assistant at work to play the role of her husband in order not to get deported to her country.
The movie is directed by Anne Fletcher

3- A walk to remember:

Romantic drama movie, starring Shane West and Mandy Moore. The movie introduces Landon, a popular teenager who noticed Jamie, a girl who was with him in the same class since kindergarten, but was never as popular as him. When Landon asked Jamie to help him in his studies, she agreed but in condition, to not to fall in love with her.
The movie is directed by Adam Shankman

4- Friends with benefits:

Romantic comedy movie. Jamie (Mila Kunis) and Dylan (Justin Timberlake) became fast friends, finding that they have so much in common, as they’re running from relationships. Both decided to leave their emotions out of it and to keep their relationship physical. The question then became who will fall first?
The movie is directed by Will Gluck

5- The notebook:

Romantic drama movie. When love brings together what peer pressure and lifestyle seek to keep them apart. (Ryan Gosling) and (Rachel McAdams) fall in love together when they were young, and then we see them as old people. She gets Alzheimer and it became his daily routine every day to read to her from the notebook where it’s written about their love story.
The movie is directed by Nick Cassavetes

6- No string attached:

Romantic comedy movie. Two best friends (Ashton Kutcher) and (Natalie Portman) who take their relationship to the next level by being friends with benefits, they decided to keep their things strictly physically without falling in love, with no expectation, no fighting and no jealousy.
The movie is directed by Ivan Reitman

7- P.S I love you:

Romantic drama movie, starring (Hilary Swank) and (Gerard Bulter) who are married after a long love story. When her husband’s life was taken by illness, her life stopped, she keeps imagining him. Texts from him keep arriving to her, birthday cake and a record from him. The question is who sends all of this?
The movie is directed by Richard LaGravenese

8- 10 things I hate about you:

Romantic comedy movie. Starring (Health Ledger) and (Julia Stiles). Her house rules say that her younger sister can’t date until she dates. Despite the fact that she was young and beautiful, she doesn’t attract many boys with her attitude. So her sister decided to pay for a guy to make her fall in love with him.
The movie is directed by Gil Junger

9- Sweet November:

Romantic drama movie. Starring (Keanu Reeves) and (CharlizeTheron) who have nothing in common except an hour spent in DMW hell. They settle a one month trail relationship with no commitment, no pressure and no expectations. After it they’ll go their separate ways.
The movie is directed by Pat O’Connor

10- The Fault in our stars:

Romantic drama movie, about Hazel (Shailene Woodley) a teenager cancer patient who was forced by her parents to attend a support group, she fall in love with Gus (AnsetElgorl) who was a teen from her cancer support group.
The movie is directed by Josh Boone.


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