I've seen heaps of beauty tutorials and gift guides on the blogosphere for Valentine's day, so instead of doing either of those things I decided to write a list of movies that you could choose to watch that night. I know a lot of people like to go out for dinner on Valentine's day, but I am not one of those people. Mainly because I am single and Valentine's dinners are for doubles, but also because I'm never really one for going out and I know that there will be a few people (including couples) staying in to avoid busy restaurants. I did think of a few more movies, but they all had a bit of a melancholy vibe and I thought "Who wants to cry on Valentine's Day?".
I'm breaking this list of ten into two groups. The first group is for the people who want to watch something romantic, while the second is for those that aren't really feeling the love. I didn't include any "vintage" era films (unless you class the 80s as vintage) or teen films because I wanted to choose movies that a larger range of people would enjoy.
Not Feeling the Love?
If you're not really feeling it this Valentine's day, this list is for you. These movies still are about love and do generally have an optimistic sort of ending, but they don't all start off super hopeful. Plus, whenever I watch these my mum complains that they are depressing (well except for 'High Fidelity' where "he swears to much" and 'Get Over It' which she hasn't really seen).
So, there it is. I hope you enjoyed my list of Valentine's Day movie suggestions.
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