14 Romantic Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Are you looking forward to Valentine’s Day? We’re getting excited for the most romantic day of the year. Whether your someone who goes all out or someone who prefers to key it low key, you’re going to enjoy our Valentine’s Day movie recommendations.

This post is all about finding the perfect movie to watch with your significant other on Valentine’s Day. Have you seen any of these movies? Let us know!

1. Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day follows an ensemble star-studded cast on the most romantic day of the year. All of the characters’ lives are interconnected. While some people are finally finding love, others experience heartache.

The reason this movie is relatable for so many people is because it deals with every phase of life. From getting your first crush and starting your first relationship, to celebrating decades together. Every character learns something about themselves and what they want in a romantic relationship.

2. Endless Love

Endless Love is a movie that released in 2014 (a remake of the 1981 film) about two young star-crossed lovers trying to be together. While it is stereotypical at times (the good girl and the bad boy), it’s also a really sweet story about the importance of love.

The story also touches on the themes of getting out of your comfort zone and not judging people without really knowing them.

3. The Notebook

The Notebook has become a classic in the romance world. Follow Allie and Noah as they meet, fall in love and find their way back to each other. It’s a bittersweet story that can turn even the most stoic people into a pile of mush. If you’re looking for a more sentimental movie, The Notebook is for you.

4. Love, Simon

Love, Simon is the perfect coming of age movie, based on Becky Albertelli’s book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Simon is trying to figure out a way to tell his family and friends that he’s gay, while also trying to figure out who is mysterious crush from online is in real life.

This sweet story is about being honest with yourself and surrounding yourself with people who support you. Simon reminds us that it’s time to be ourselves and find love.

5. Hitch

Do you need help finding love? Maybe Hitch, the best dating coach in New York, can help you find your dream match. For Albert, it’s all about relaxing and gaining the courage to talk to your crush.

Hitch has no problem giving advice, but can he take his own advice when he meets a woman who surprises him? It’s time for the mentor to become the mentee.

6. Letters to Juliet

Letters to Juliet is for the adventurous travel-loving couples. Finding love on a journey through Italy? Sign us up!

Sophie travels to Verona with her fiancé…where he ignores her the entire time. So, Sophie finds her own adventure, trying to connect two people who fell in love years ago, but were never able to make it work. If you love adventure, you’re going to enjoy this exciting road trip through the Italian countryside.

7. When in Rome

Kristen Bell truly shines in When in Rome, a hilarious comedy about a woman who takes coins from a fountain in Rome, hoping to find Mr. Right. Turns out, taking the coins was a mistake because now so many men want her attention. To make it worse, she has no idea if the guy she actually likes is interested in the real her or because she took his coin.

Laugh out loud while watching this comedy, which takes viewers around Rome and New York City. And remember, don’t take a coin from a fountain unless you’re ready to deal with the consequences.

8. 10 Thins I Hate About You

10 Things I Hate About You is a staple of the 1990s. It was so popular it even turned into a spinoff TV series a decade later. Kat and Biance are polar opposite sisters, but sadly for Bianca, the house rules state that she can’t date until Kat does. Too bad Kat isn’t interested.

Challenged accepted. Enter Patrick Verona (Heath Ledger), maybe the one guy who can win over Kat.

9. Crazy Rich Asians

Don’t let a snobby family get in the way of your love story, is the lesson from Crazy Rich Asians. Get emersed in the glitz and glamor of Singapore.

Rachel and Nick are living a normal life together in New York. But when Nick invites Rachel to be his date at a wedding in Singapore, everything in their relationship changes as Rachel learns the truth about Nick’s family.

10. Love, Guaranteed

Love, Guaranteed is about a man suing a dating website, which guarantees you will find love after a certain number of dates. Well, he didn’t and now he wants to sue the website, which only caused him to find the worst women.

Lucky for him, his lawyer ready to fight for him and she’s also single. This slow-burn romance is easy to cheer for. The movie also provides a commentary on the pitfalls of modern dating.

11. My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Do you have a loud crazy family who wants to marry you off? My Big Fat Greek wedding is for you. This cult-classic is about embarrassing your culture heritage and being yourself. The right person is going to come along who loves you for you.

But planning a wedding with so many opinions is no easy task. Say “Opa” and enjoy the lively cast of characters.

12. Always Be My Maybe

If you’re a fan of the friends to lovers trope, Always Be My Maybe is the movie for you. Childhood besties Sasha and Marcus haven’t seen each other in years. As they reconnect as adults, the two are living opposite lives. Are the sparks still there between them?

13. The Thing About Harry

Do opposites really attract? The Thing About Harry says they do! Sam and Harry are forced to share a car together, even though they were enemies in high school. Harry was the cocky, annoying, popular jock, but now that he’s out, can he and Sam overcome their differences?

14. Midnight in Paris

Falling in love happens in mysterious ways. Gil and Inez are spending time in Paris before their wedding, but Gil wants to move to the City of Lights, while Inez loves their ritzy Malibu lifestyle. Through a few crazy nights of time travel, Gil learns to fall in love with the city and the life he could make for himself. He even learns that there might be someone better out there for him.

Midnight in Paris isn’t a conventional love story following a couple in Paris, Gil is able to find his happiness by the idea of becoming a writer and finding someone in his own time who appreciates the same things he does.

24 thoughts on “14 Romantic Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day”

  1. I liked love Simon and Letter to Juliet, alonng with love guaranteed. I’ve seen a few of the others, but not all! Netflix always has some great romances. And I love How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days! I need a rewatch of 10 things I hate about you, its been a while since I watched it!

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  2. This list has some truly fabulous classics it on it, including My Big Fat Greek Wedding and When in Rome. I recall enjoying the fresh look Crazy Rich Asians gives the reader, and Hitch and The Notebook are two more of my must-sees. 🙂

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  3. These are great suggestions for movies to watch on Valentine’s Day! I especially enjoyed Love, Simon and Always Be My Maybe, and The Notebook is such a classic.


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