13. The Age Of Adaline (2015)
Blake Lively plays Adaline Bowman, a woman born in the 20th century who has become ageless after an accident in this time-traveling, romantic love story. After spending many years alone and in solitude, she meets Michiel Huisman’s Ellis Jones who she falls in love with, but who complicates the everlasting life she has gotten used to. Full of memorable dialogues and beautiful music, this movie is going to stay with you, even after you are done watching it.
Favorite Quote: “Because nothing makes sense without her.” – Ellis Jones
14. Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)
No Valentine’s Day movie list is complete without this classic romantic-comedy in it. One of the most popular and notable performances of Renee Zellweger, this is a classic for a reason. She plays Bridget Jones who keeps a personal diary, writes in it everyday and treats it like her best friend. All she wants to do is work on herself and find the love of her life within a year. Add to this, dreamboats like Colin Firth and Hugh Grant, and you have got a winning recipe for Valentine’s Day!
Favorite Quote: “I just wanted to know if you were available for bar mitzvahs and christenings, as well as ruby weddings. Excellent speech.” – Mark Darcy
15. Crazy, Stupid Love (2011)
Cal Weaver’s (Steve Carrell) life comes crashing down when his wife who is the love of his life, discloses that she is having an affair with her colleague and wants a divorce from him. He bumps into Jacob (Ryan Gosling), an extremely handsome man who knows how to pick up women like the back of his hand. They become friends quickly and Jacob helps Cal rediscover his manhood, and also gives him a sexy makeover.
Hilarious and romantic at the same time, this is one movie that never gets old. Snuggle up with your partner, grab some popcorn and your Valentine’s night is all set.
Favorite Quote: “I was trying to move on, but I don’t want to. You’ve always been the only one.” – Cal Weaver.
16. Dirty Dancing (1987)
Now, is this a classic, or is this is a classic? And moreover, is there anyone at all who hasn’t watched this cult romantic movie, and not tried to replicate that famous dance move at least once? When Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Grey) spends a summer at the Catskills resort with her parents, she irrevocably falls in love with Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze), the camp’s dance instructor. What follows is a love that goes against all odds, and emerges triumphant.
Favorite Quote: “Most of all I’m scared of walking out of this room and never feel the rest of my whole life the way I feel when I’m with you.” – Baby Houseman
17. A Star Is Born (2018)
Dreamboat Bradley Cooper plays Jack and the multi-talented Lady Gaga plays Ally in this tragic love story. When Jack fortuitously discovers Ally, a struggling singer, and helps her realize her true potential, it sets the course for one of the most romantic and heartbreaking love stories of all time. This movie fills up your heart with love, only to shatter it into a million pieces in the next second.
Favorite Quote: “I just wanted to take another look at you.” —Jackson Maine
18. When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Harry and Sally meet each other when she agrees to drop him off at New York, after graduating from the University of Chicago. They keep on bumping into each other again and again, and slowly become close friends, as they both like having a best friend of the opposite sex. How this friendship turns into a deep love is what this beautiful movie is all about. It is after all a cult classic for a reason.
Favorite Quote: “I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” – Harry Burns