Must See Love Movies!
Still looking for something to do this weekend? Don't want to spend too much money? What about a cosy movie night surrounded in your loved one’s arms!? We've pulled you a special movie list celebrating some of the greatest love stories ever!
Have a fantastic weekend! May it be filled with love x
Starring: Kate Winslet & Leonardo DiCaprio
The most famous love stories of all times, and probably our favourite one! A Valentine's Day classic, Titanic tells the improbable romance between Jack Dawson, a working class American boy, and London society girl, Rose DeWitt Bukater, who is sailing to Philadelphia with her snobby and heartless fiance, Caledon Hockley. This tragic love story will undeniably give you chills!
50 First Dates (2004)
Starring: Drew Barrymore & Adam Sandler
An original and refreshing romantic comedy that will make you smile from beginning to end. Taking place in beautiful Hawaii, the movie depicts the story of serial dater Harry (Sandler) whose lifestyle changes drastically when he meets the lovely Lucy (Barrymore). Yet, due to a big accident, Lucy suffers short-term memory loss. This way, Harry has to win Lucy's heart every single day and needs to remind her of their love story!
Slumdog Millionaire (2008)
Starring: Freida Pinto & Dev Petel
Set in India, this extraordinary movie directed by the incredibly talented Danny Boyle recalls the love story between two orphans who come Mumbai's slums. The movie starts as Jamal (Petel) is being tortured by the police for winning Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Through flashbacks, the movie portrays how and when the young man learned the answers to all the questions asked on the show. However, one question remains unanswered... What is this young man, who seems to have absolutely no interest in money, is doing on such show...!?
Starring: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy & Cameron Diaz
This fairy tale about how a grumpy ogre meets a lovely princess (whose big secret will change their relationship forever) was a major success when it came out ... 16 years ago (already!). Watching Shrek and Donkey on their mission to rescue princess Fiona from a fire-breathing dragon is still as amusing and will, without a doubt, make you smile all along!
When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Starring: Meg Ryan & Billy Cristal
Harry and Sally are like cat and dogs. After graduating from university, Sally gives him a ride back to New York. It’s only five years later that they meet again – accidently – in an airport. Both have their own lives and are engaged. Five more years pass before they meet once more by chance. This time, they are both newly single, and it is during this difficult period that they finally consolidate their complicity leaving them to wonder if a friendship between a man and a woman is truly possible…
Dirty Dancing (1987)
Starring: Jennifer Grey & Patrick Swayze
Baby is on a boring family holiday when she meets the resort’s dance troop professor, Johnny (Swayze). For the young shy girl that she is, this encounter marks the beginning of her emancipation as a woman. As he teaches her sensual dance moves, and as they learn to discover each other, Baby and Johnny slowly fall in love – against the wishes of her successful father. This movie rapidly became famous for its spectacular dance scenes and its iconic love story.
The Sound of Music (1965)
Starring: Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer
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An American musical drama film produced and directed by Robert Wise. Based on a true story, the movie recalls the adventures of Maria, a young woman who dreams of becoming a nun when she is sent off to govern the seven children a naval officer and widower. The movie, filled with love and beautiful songs, will undoubtedly give you butterflies and will happily make you sing for a few days!
The Notebook (2004)
Starring: Rachel McAdams & Ryan Gossling
If you’re ready to drop a few tears, this is the movie you want to watch this weekend! The movie tells the story of Allie Hamilton and Noah Calhoun, two young lovers that are separated by Allie’s parents as they disapprove of Noah’s unhealthy background. As Allie and her parents move away, she awaits patiently his letters for years. However, after a few years, Allie – who is still in love with Noah – gets engaged, to the happiness of the parents, to young soldier Lon. As she is about to get married, she arranged to meet with Noah again. This triggers a difficult decision, but Allie finally decides she can’t live without Noah. This beautiful film recalls a wonderful love story that will certainly make you cry a few times!