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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Romantic Movies for Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine's Day!

I hope you are each doing well, and that your week is off to a lovely start!

Now on this particular day, I thought it might be rather fun to come up with a list of ten absolutely romantic movies.
I must confess, the first movie that came to mind was Sleepless In Seattle.

I know, it is a predictable choice! But it deserves to be, don't you think? ;) It's such an endearing movie, and who can resist Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks together?

Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightly and Matthew Macfadyen   is a close second with its enactment of Jane Austen's novel. {Perfection!}

One movie that is a decided favorite of mine is Fireproof.

This is one of the most romantic movies I have ever seen, yet the premise is quite different from the typical love story. Set five years after the couple marries, this movie shows how a complete change of heart through faith in God can redeem a failing marriage.

Roman Holiday is another perfect choice. It is both lighthearted and fun, but not without a bittersweet ending.

A movie that is not only family friendly, but also truly fun for the whole family, is Disney's Tangled.

{I found it romantic and thoroughly entertaining!}

And how could I not mention The Notebook?

Oh, how this one tugs at the heart strings! {And he transforms an entire old house simply for love of her!}

A romantic comedy my husband and I stumbled upon recently is The Importance of Being Earnest, with Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon. It is one of the most hilarious movies ever!

Love Comes Softly  is such a sweet and romantic film! Be sure to bring out the tissue for this one.

Number nine on my list is Much Ado About Nothing.

Although a romantic comedy in its own right, it has a definite element of plot and intrigue.

And last, but not least, is  Sense and Sensibility.


Another wonderful movie based on a Jane Austen novel, and so well done!

So, do any of you like to watch a fun movie with your sweetheart or family for Valentine's? 

What is your all-time favorite romantic movie?

{Whatever you have planned for this special day, I hope it is a beautiful one for you!}

Much love,


Brandi said...

Great movie suggestions. My daughter loves Tangled. I could watch the Notebook over and over again. Everafter is one of my favorites, along with August Rush! Happy Valentine's Day to you and your family!

Unknown said...

I see you too are a Jane Austen fan....I watch & read 'Pride & Prejudice'over & over.....
I have another one for the list -
French Kiss with Meg Ryan & Kevin Kline.....light hearted & romantic!
All the best, Kerry

sandy said...

Happy Valentine's Day ♥ Jenni!

What a great list!! Don't forget Casablanca, my all time fav!

Hope you have a great day!


fiberdoodles said...

Great movies! Happy Valentines Day!

ChRiS said...

this was a great post for Heart when people give there thoughts on movies then i can increase my list to watch!!!

Patricia said...

I love the other Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan movie ~ 'You've Got Mail'. It's my favorite of the two.

NanaDiana said...

Jenni- There are two movies on that list that I have never seen. I think I will be renting these when I can! Happy Valentine's Day- xo Diana

Tiff said...

Sigh.... If only I had the time.... I would watch those movies again! The Jane Austin's are my favourites, I can watch them over and over! Big hugs for Valentines Day! X

michelle said...

I LOVED Tangled! :) These are wonderful and I have to admit that I have not seen most of them. I am not sure what my favorite is but I do know that I love watching The Time Travelers Wife quite often and I always cry. :)

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