Movie date nights are by-far the bestest. There’s nothing that beats cuddling + popcorn + blanket + movies. Okay, maybe one thing beats movie date-nights. What, you ask? Well, ROMANTIC movie-date nights are just a tiny bit better. There’s something about cutesy romcoms that just adds to the whole “I will love you forever” environment, isn’t it? Here’s a list of some of those all-time favourites of mine.
Here goes the list:
#1. When Harry Met Sally
This is my favorite movie of all time. This is the mother of all romantic comedies—this movie made rom-coms what they are today. This is the original story of how to make it out of the friend zone. This is actually the first movie I’d show any potential suitor to make sure they love it, because if they don’t, that means they are a dud I can’t date them. This movie is serious business, because it’s just that good!
#2. Serendipity (2001)
A couple searches for each-other, years after they met and broke up. They’re convinced they’re meant to be together, but what does life hold?
#3. Amelie (2001)
Just beautiful. Beautiful. And more beautiful. If the movie wasn’t perfection enough, the soundtrack is sheer brilliance. I do not lie when I say I sleep to it EVERY NIGHT.
#4. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)
It’s creative, it’s surprising, it’s beautiful. One of the best things you’ll watch, like, in life, this movie is a story beyond its time. Let the colours of Clementine’s hair make your world go ’round…
#5. The Notebook (2004)
This is one timeless tale. A beautifully crafted story that tugs at your heart, and makes you crave for more. You’ll cry with the characters, you’ll love them for it. Plus, Ryan Gosling is just very, very hot.
#6. 500 Days Of Summer (2009)
This one is my most favorite. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel, this gooey boy-meet-girl-they-date-then-break-up movie is, in my glorious mind, absolutely excellent.
#7. Silver Linings Playbook
Silver Linings Playbook is a 2012 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by David O. Russell. It was adapted from the novel The Silver Linings Playbook, by Matthew Quick.