In case you have not seen or would like to review some of them, here are a few most recommended and most beautiful romantic movies of all time. Make sure you are handy with a box of tissues around you when you see these movies because many of them, if not all, going to to move you. You’ll feel every character and, believe me, it is worth spend some time to watch them all.
10. Love Rosie
The movie “Love, Rosie,” adapted from the best-seller Cecilia Ahern, “Where rainbows end “, tells the story based on the question: we have only one chance at true love? Rosie Dunne (Lily Collins) and Alex Stewart (Sam Claflin) are best friends since the age of five years, so it is impossible for the two to match. Or not? When it comes to love, life and making good decisions, they are their own enemies. Then, comes a strange turn, a missed opportunity and sent them both in totally opposite directions. However, despite disastrous relationships, marriage, infidelity, and divorce, nothing separates them.
9. Revolutionary Road
I love this drama. If you want to witness the chemistry between Leonardo and Kate (Jack and Rose – Titanic), do not miss this one. This a movie centered around an unhappy married couple living in the 1950’s suburbs. Many of you may not find it good and will find many definite reasons for hating or disliking this film because of its depressing subject. But, if you are sailing in the same boat, you are going to love this movie. I must say, if you are willing to deal with stark realities – this is the movie for you.
8. The Longest Ride
Ira (Alan Alda) and Ruth (Oona Chaplin), Luke (Scott Eastwood) and Sophia (Britt Robertson) form two couples separated by time and age, with very little in common. Everything until a series of unexpected events make their lives intertwine. It all starts when a box of old letters filled with a lifetime of love, wisdom, and experience, compels Luke and Sophia to discover their real values and the true meaning of love. The locations are awesome, the bull riding is marvelous and last, but not least the script is very thoughtful and touching.
7. The Age of Adaline
The first thing that I want to praise about this movie is – casting; awesomely done. And, the second best thing – I watched it with my family, so a family entertainer. The Age of Adaline is not only visually beautiful, but the story is also worth a praise. Despite the presence of a lot of historical facts, the movie won’t bore you. This movie touched me personally at a number of times. After watching this movie made on the subject of morality, I must say, this one is different.
6. Far From The Maddening Crowd
I usually find it very hard to like adaptations of classic masterpieces of English Literature. But, this movie proved me wrong. Vinterbeg director Thomas produced an amazing scenario based on Thomas Hardy’s book in which several men vying for the heart of the same woman, Bathsheba Everdene, played by Carey Mulligan. Its pretender’s roles were assigned by Michael Sheen, Tom Sturridge and Matthias Schoenaerts. The story reveals the passions and choices made by Bathsheba Everdene while exploring notions of love, sex, and relationships.
5. Me Before You
Inspired by the best-seller by JoJo Moyes, your movie follows the story of young Lou (Emilia Clarke) in a small town lacking perspective and William (Sam Claflin), a successful man arrived in a wheelchair after an accident. Will feels he no longer wants to live until he hires Lou as a nurse. To prove that life is worth living, Lou helped him move along to multiple adventures. Emilia Clark is the character to watch and I have never seen such an expressive face ever on camera.
4. The Notebook
To start with – The Notebook is a remarkable film. Allie and Noah are the two lead characters and they are wonderful. You immediately fall in love with the characters and you want to follow every step of their doomed love story. This movie will make your insides go mushy with emotions. While watching this movie you will have an unmatched experience of happiness and joyfulness. You will feel like you are part of the characters, and the best thing is – you are going to feel like you do have a special care about them throughout the whole movie.
Well, I can wind up my list without mentioning this saga of love; Titanic. I have never seen such a wonderful piece of work. James Cameron does a superb job of creating an almost “you are there” type of ambiance. Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) – nothing to say about their performances, but one word – outstanding. This is truly an excellent movie and my only regret is not seeing it on an opening day, despite having a special guest pass.
2. A Walk To Remember
After seeing this movie today, I walked out of the theater in tears. The movie revolves around Landon, who lacks faith in himself, in the wonder of life, in God, and Jamie, who has faith in every such thing. This movie is all about how love can change your thinking. If you are planning to see this movie, do not miss to keep a few tissues with you because this one is going to leave you to feel uplifted and optimistic.
1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
If you think this is a just a high school movie, then let me tell you – you are wrong. I seriously loved this film – particularly the acting, music, and cinematography of this movie. If you are looking for something that can teach you how to deal with different levels of being a teenager, dealing with death, loneliness, mental illness, sexual abuse, drugs, alcohol, and how awkward it can be trying to fit in; you must watch this masterpiece.