Cupid’s List: 14 Feel-Good Romance Movies To Watch On Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day

Here are seven romantic movies that are available on various platforms and can warm your heart on Valentine’s Day if you’re seeking for one to watch with your significant other.

The Month of Love

Valentine’s Day is a special day to celebrate affection and love. It’s a day when plenty of people express their love for one another. It might also be a day for exchanging gifts, enjoying special meals or snacks, or simply spending time with loved ones. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, there are various ways to make Valentine’s Day special.

If you’re in a relationship, you may want to spend the day with your special someone. You may make them breakfast in bed, take them out for a special dinner, or present them with something. If you’re single, you may go out with friends, get yourself some flowers, go out to lunch, see some movies, or buy yourself some flowers.

The Beauty of Movies

Valentine’s Day is a special day to celebrate love, and what better way to do that than by watching a feel-good romance movie? There are so many great options out there, but we’ve compiled a list of our top picks to help you narrow down your choices.

From classic romantic comedies to newer releases, these movies are sure to put a smile on your face and leave you feeling all the warm and fuzzy feels. So snuggle up with your loved ones and enjoy one (or more!) of these great films.

14 Feel-Good Romance Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Cupid has a list of feel-good romance movies for you to watch on Valentine’s Day! These are the perfect films to cuddle up with your special someone and enjoy.

The Notebook

When it comes to feel-good romance movies, The Notebook is a classic. The 2004 film tells the story of Noah and Allie, two young lovers who are separated by World War II. Despite the odds, they continue to write to each other over the years, never forgetting their love for one another. The Notebook is a touching story of enduring love and is sure to fill you with warm fuzzies this Valentine’s Day.

The Princess Bride

A fairy tale romance that follows the story of Buttercup and Westley as they try to overcome all odds to be together.

The story is a classic tale of love and adventure as the lovely Buttercup, who is engaged to the evil Prince Humperdinck, is abducted and kept against her will in order to incite a war. Westley, who was once her childhood sweetheart and is now known as the Dread Pirate Roberts, must act quickly to save Buttercup. The best fairy tale romance this V-day to feel like princesses and have our own princes!

Serendipity

A charming rom-com about two people who meet by chance and start falling for each other, only to get separated shortly afterward. They must then rely on fate to see if they’ll cross paths again.

When they are both in their twenties, Jonathan (John Cusack) and Sara meet on a memorable night (Kate Beckinsale). Although Sara believes in fate, he feels it to be love at first sight. After ten years and a distance of three hundred miles, the two must determine whether destiny wants them to be reunited once more. Fate is what we call when love feels magical; serendipity is what we call when destiny has a sense of humor.

When Harry Met Sally

One of the most iconic romantic comedies of all time, this film follows the friendship and eventual relationship between Harry and Sally over the years.

Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan’s characters Harry Burns and Sally Albright share a long automobile ride from the University of Chicago to their new, post-graduation lives in New York City. They debate whether men and women can be friends without sex getting in the way when traveling.

Love Actually

Love Actually is a feel-good romance movie that follows the lives of several couples as they navigate the ups and downs of love. The movie has an all-star cast, including Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Keira Knightley, and Emma Thompson. Love Actually is a fun and heartwarming film that is perfect for watching on Valentine’s Day.

Pride and Prejudice

Another timeless love story, this one follows the budding relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, two people who are initially at odds with each other but eventually fall madly in love.

In Pride and Prejudice, Fitzwilliam Darcy, a wealthy aristocratic landowner, and Elizabeth Bennet, the daughter of a country gentleman, have a contentious relationship. To fall in love and wed, they must conquer the eponymous sins of pride and prejudice.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

When it comes to feel-good romance movies, there are few that can top “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” The film follows Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) as she writes letters to her past loves in an effort to get over them. However, things take a turn when the letters are mysteriously sent out and Lara Jean must confront her feelings head-on. “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” is a charming and heartwarming film that is sure to please any romantic at heart.

A Walk To Remember

A Walk to Remember is a feel-good romance movie that is perfect to watch on Valentine’s Day. The movie follows the story of two young lovers, Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan, who are from two different worlds. Landon is a popular student at his high school while Jamie is a shy, down-to-earth girl who is content with simply reading her Bible and spending time with her father. Despite their differences, the two eventually fall in love with each other. 

The movie portrays the power of true love and how it can overcome any obstacle. It is a feel-good movie that will leave you feeling hopeful and inspired. A Walk to Remember is the perfect movie to watch on Valentine’s Day if you are looking for a romantic movie that will make you feel good.

The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars is a 2014 American romantic drama film directed by Josh Boone, based on the novel of the same name by John Green. The film stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as two teenage cancer patients who fall in love after meeting at a cancer support group.

The Fault in Our Stars received positive reviews from critics, with many praising Woodley and Elgort’s performances as well as the film’s direction, writing, and cinematography. It was a commercial success, grossing $307 million worldwide against its $12 million budget.

Crazy Rich Asians

Kevin Kwan’s humorous fiction book Crazy Rich Asians explores and mocks the way of life of affluent Asian families and society. In the book, three affluent upper-class Chinese families discuss how they undercut others who are not as powerful or wealthy as themselves.

The heart of the story was Rachel Chu and her long time boyfriend, Nick. Rachel Chu is excited to travel to Singapore with Nick, to attend his best friend’s wedding. She is also shocked to discover that Nick is one of the nation’s most eligible bachelors and that his family is immensely affluent. After being thrust into the spotlight, Rachel now has to deal with envious socialites, eccentric relatives, and something much worse: Nick’s judgmental mother.

50 First Dates

In one of the funniest romantic comedies in recent memory, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore co-star for the first time since The Wedding Singer. This is a romance story that is sure to get you laughing in your feet while making you cry with its heartfelt romantic scenes.

It centers on Henry, a womanizing marine doctor who develops feelings for Lucy, an art instructor. He decides to try to win her over every day after learning that she has amnesia and forgets him when she goes to sleep.

Me Before You

In this love drama, a filthy rich 30-ish man who has shut down his emotions develops a connection with a seductively uncultured, younger lady of modest resources who is willing to attend to his wants. What initially appears to be solely a business proposal develops into a more intimate and cozy relationship.

The goal of “Me Before You” is to present a love tale that inspires viewers to live life bravely and fully and to be appreciative of their good health and overall well-being. Traynor offers Clark and those in the audience who are similar to Clark this advice. This movie will surely make you cry on your knees on V-day!

The Half Of It

In this coming-of-age film, the school jock gets help from a meek, straight-A Chinese-American student to pursue the girl they both secretly want. They discover a connection and discover what love is all about.

The main message is that in order to truly love someone, you must first love yourself. You must take care of the half you already have in order to find a better half. And in this, friendship and showing someone your emotions play a significant part. This film will be a perfect addition if you want to keep your v-day cozy and wholesome!

Love, Rosie

Last but not the least, this romantic-comedy film is truly a classic! This is the story of two best friends since they were 5 years old. When Alex and his family relocate from Dublin to America, best friends Rosie and Alex are abruptly split apart. Will their friendship withstand time and distance? Will they risk everything in the name of love?

This movie will make you giggle with the characters’ antics while also making your heart full with the romantic scenes. Love, Rosie is a perfect addition to your movies to watch this Valentine’s Day!

Summing It All Up

And there you have it! All sorts of movies about love that can relate to the love you have or the love you had or maybe, the love you will have! Valentine’s Day may be a lover’s day, but you have to remember that love is not included to such category. You deserve love and you deserve some popcorn while watching a movie!

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