Best Valentine’s movies according to women

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Best Valentine’s movies according to women

Hannah Smith and Delaney Hassell

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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you may be looking for a great date idea; we can help! Instead of going out to the movies or out to dinner—just stay in. We have a list of movies that are perfect for a lovely date with a significant other or a girls night in with your ladies.

In no particular order, here are our top five picks for Valentine’s Day flicks.

P.S. I Love You (2007)

Description: Following his death, Holly discovers her late husband has written her multiple letters to help her grieve and start anew.

Reason we chose it: It is that great romantic comedy that everybody loves, with the themes of friendship, love, and family mixed in.

Valentine’s Day (2010)

Description: With a star-studded cast, this movie incorporates the pressures of Valentine’s Day for couples and singles with an interconnected story line.

Reason we chose it: It’s the ultimate movie all about Valentine’s Day, so why not?

Nicholas Sparks Movies: The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, The Lucky One, etc.

Descriptions: These “tear jerker” films tug at the heartstrings with stories of true love that are sure to make it seem unforgettable.

Reason we chose it: Nicholas Sparks rarely disappoints with his books turned movies that not only show the struggles of true love, but also the tragic consequences that can arise while fighting for it.

Something Borrowed (2011)

Description: This romantic comedy raises the question of whether love is more important than friendship when forever single Rachel falls for her best friend’s fiancé.

Reason we chose it: Not only can this be a perfect chick flick, but the comedy aspect is also great for guys who don’t want to sit through the normal sappy love story.

50 First Dates (2004)

Description: Finding love is hard enough; imagine finding the one only to have her forget you every time she falls asleep. This romantic comedy shows just how much love can be worth fighting for.

Reason we chose it: Similar to Something Borrowed, this romantic comedy can double as a chick flick or a funny movie for couples, and who doesn’t love Adam Sandler?

Whether you’re spending this holiday alone, with your significant other, or with your girls, these movies can be a way to celebrate. These all incorporate passion, comedy, and friendship, so it’s sure to fit any kind of love you’re celebrating.

Be sure to comment your thoughts on our picks! Agree or disagree, we would “love” to know what’s on your Valentine’s Day movie list.

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