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Valentine’s Day Movies- Top 10 Romantic Love Movies

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Valentine’s Day Movies- Top 10 Romantic Love Movies

 Valentine’s Day Movies- Romantic Love Movies

This is the end of your search to Valentine’s Day Movies because here you will find all time favorite Top 10 Romantic Love Movies. Watch these movies and feel the love in the air and ValentineDay2014Whishes.com is doing its best make your Valentine’s Day memorable. So here we are with Valentine’s Day Romantic Love Movies:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Boy meets girl. They fall in love. Girl gets fed up with boy. Girl erases all memories of boy from her mind in a dubious brain-zapping procedure. Joel Barish is a withdrawn, greyish man, played with uncharacteristic restraint by Jim Carrey. Clementine Kruczynski (a brilliant Kate Winslet) is free-spirited, reckless and prone to dying her hair blue. When they meet on a train travelling through wintry Long Island in the film’s opening scenes, it’s as if they’ve never met before – but of course they have.

Before Sunrise/Before Sunset/Before Midnight

An American man and a French woman in their early 20s meet on a train heading through Europe. They alight in Vienna, amble around for 14 hours and shoot the breeze. Yes, the plot of Before Sunrise could be written on the back of a Eurail ticket, but it’s what Celine (Julie Delpy) and Jesse (Ethan Hawke) say and don’t say during their Austrian walkabout that makes the film what it is: a gentle but canny Gen-X fusion of My Dinner With Andre and the Judy Garland shore-leave romance, The Clock.

Punch-Drunk Love

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Cast: Adam Sandler, Emily Watson
Best quote: ’I have a love in my life. It makes me stronger than anything you can imagine.’

In the Mood for Love

Director: Wong Kar-Wai

Cast: Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Maggie Cheung

No one understands the ache of love like Wong Kar-Wai, and ‘In the Mood for Love’ is his masterpiece. In 1960s Hong Kong, two of the most glamorous leads ever to grace the screen – Leung and Cheung – move next door to each other. His wife is cheating on him with her husband, and out of this betrayal a friendship develops.

The Notebook

The Notebook is an all time favorite of everyone who loves romantic movies. This outstanding and touching love story will surely become your favorite too…
Seemingly star-crossed lovers Allie and Noah can’t seem to get it together. They’re deeply in love but run into trouble at every turn, thanks to meddling families and other relationships. However, the story of their love, written in the eponymous notebook, proves that it really does conquer all — even age.
Main Cast: Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling

NOTTING HILL

An easy-going romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. She is a famous star and he’s just an ordinary man, but the feelings between them are the same anyway.

Will (Grant) is a humble bookstore owner, while Anna (Roberts) is a Hollywood star with all the glitz and glamor the occupation implies. Their chance meeting sparks an instant attraction, but a secret relationship and the fame attached to Anna’s bright star conspire to keep the two of them apart through a succession of ludicrous and heartbreaking situations.
Main Cast: Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant

 

Legends of the Fall

Legends of the Fall is one of the saddest, most touching but wonderful war-time movies ever. It offers love, war, daily life and anger within a family.
The love of a woman, Susannah (Julia Ormond), and their father, William (Anthony Hopkins), creates tension, strife, and love within the lives of the three Ludlow brothers — Alfred (Aidan Quinn), Tristan (Brad Pitt), and Samuel (Henry Thomas). Samuel dies in WWI, in Tristan’s arms. This fact and an affair with Samuel’s former fiance, Susannah, leaves Tristan guilty and heartbroken, given to fits of temper and bad decisions. Alfred ultimately marries Susannah, creating tension with his father, who suffers a stroke and an ongoing depression that does not end until Tristan returns from self-imposed exile. While the family eventually knits itself together, it still suffers from tragedies and death.
Main Cast: Brad Pitt, Aidan Quinn

 

MOULIN ROUGE

Nicole Kidman is the beautiful Satine and Ewan McGregor is the writer who becomes her lover. They love each other deeply but there are lots of complications on the way and Satine isn’t well — the tragedy makes it one of the most romantic movies you’ll ever see.
In this decadent musical, Christian (McGregor) comes to Paris in hopes of being a writer, and emerges himself in the Bohemian sect, leading him to meet Toulouse-Lautrec (John Leguizamo) and Satine (Kidman), a beautiful courtesan at the Moulin Rouge. Although he is instantly smitten, Satine’s feelings for him initially stem from a case of mistaken identity: she thinks he is the Duke (Richard Roxburgh), who is determined to have her. The two legitimately fall in love with each other, but Satine’s illness makes their union doomed.
Main Cast: Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman

JUST LIKE HEAVEN

Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo both realize that they have feelings for each other after lots of fights and complicated problems. There’s only one probem, she isn’t alive. Or is she?
Dr. Elizabeth Masterson (Witherspoon) is on her way to have a blind date when she has a car accident, although she reappears three months later — but shows up only in front of David Abbott (Ruffalo), who moved into her old apartment. Over time it becomes clear that something’s not right, although Elizabeth’s loved ones sense her presence as well. Elizabeth is not dead, but in a coma, and her special relationship with David occurs because he was the blind date she was going to see. Will their love be enough to ease her condition?
Main Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo

 

PEARL HARBOR

This is an interesting, sad and touching story, where you can see what war can do to a human. This is an Oscar winning war movie that not only shows you how much you can lose, but also how strong love can be.
Taking place just before, during, and after the infamous and tragic attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor, the movie follows the lives and loves of three people involved in the attack — and does a fantastic job of chronicling the tragedy itself.
Main Cast: Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, Kate Beckinsdale, and Cuba Gooding

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