Want to have a romantic date night, at the comfort of your home? Then a movie night will be the perfect option. All you need is some good movies and snacks. Here are our recommendations for the best romantic movies to watch with your special one. Whether you're looking for something classic or something new, we've got you covered. So, cuddle up with your loved one and enjoy a night of cinematic love!
Whether you're looking to put yourself in an enjoyable mood or just want some good recommendations on what film would be most suitable; this article will give it all! There isn't one type-of movie that every person must watch when they go out there onto their next couples' adventure because everyone has different tastes as well as preferences from time period through content - after all no two relationships act alike either so why should any two dates?
Happy watching and feel free to comment what are your top picks for a romantic movie night!
*Movies are not sorted in any particular order.
10 Best Romantic Movies for the perfect movie-date night
Ranked #87 on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 greatest American romantic comedies of all time, Sleepless in Seattle tells the story of recently widowed Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) who communicates his loneliness by repeatedly calling a radio talk show devoted to those searching for true love. When he hears a woman's voice describing her version of a perfect romantic partner, Sam contacts her through the show and they discover that she is his son Jonah's (Ross Malinger) new teacher Miss Duritz (Meg Ryan).
A romantic supernatural drama, Ghost tells the story of Sam Wheat (Patrick Swayze), a young banker in New York who falls deeply in love with Molly Jensen (Demi Moore). They are perfect together, but on the day they are planning to be married, he is murdered.
Their romantic journey does not have a happy ending - at least not at first since Sam cannot leave Molly and his best friend Carl (Tony Goldwyn) alone. He will do whatever it takes to protect her from the man that killed him. Can Sam save Molly?
A romantic drama directed by Joe Wright, Atonement tells the story of Cecilia Tallis (Keira Knightley) and Robbie Turner (James McAvoy) who fall in love as children. But Cecilia's perfectionist father disapproves of their romantic relationship and forbids Cecilia from seeing him. When she gets older, they meet again and rekindle the romantic fire before her sister Briony (Saoirse Ronan) makes a false accusation that costs them their chance at happiness.
This movie is based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912 and about an upper-class woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) who boards the departing ship with the intention to marry for money after she is left at the altar by her fiancé. She eventually falls in love with a poor artist below deck named Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio who tries to help her break away from her controlling mother Ruth Dewitt Bukater. A must watch for any true romance movie fan!
A romantic comedy about two lovers who have never met but are destined to be together forever, Only You tells the story of Carol (Marisa Tomei), a woman who wants to move on with her romantic life, but can't seem to escape the memory of her former lover. She is certain that it's the right thing to do until she meets Robert (Robert Downey Jr.), an Italian American baker and suddenly everything changes for her.
A romantic drama based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel, The Scarlet Letter tells the story of Hester Prynne (Demi Moore), a woman who is wrongly condemned to wear a scarlet letter 'A' for adultery. For her romantic relationship with Arthur Dimmesdale (Gary Oldman), they are separated and must fight to be together again. They will also have to fight the odds against them as punishment is strict in Puritan Boston.
Don't let the cold winter months get in the way of your love life. With this list, you will never be bored again! Start with one or two movies and work your way up to six so that you can enjoy a romantic movie marathon for Valentine's Day or any other special night. Hopefully these films help keep romance alive all year round by giving couples something they both find enjoyable. Think about what type of film would interest you most before picking out which ones are best for dates with your significant other. Happy watching!