10 Best Romance Movies To Grieve On Valentine’s Day – Crusader News

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Romantic films. You either love them or hate them, but there’s no doubt that they bring people to tears, especially when someone dies or the couple encounters something excruciatingly heartbreaking. With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it can be the perfect time to watch one to cry or force your partner to watch with you.

Here are the top 10 movies you should watch this Valentine’s Day:

1. PS I love you

This film will take you on an emotional roller coaster. It will make you cry and laugh in the same scene. This film is about when Holly Kennedy loses her husband, Gerry Butler, to illness. (it’s not a spoiler by the way, you find out in the first ten minutes of the film.) While Holly has her whole life turned upside down by Gerry’s death, he makes it his mission to make her happy even after his death. died to help him move on.

2. An unforgettable walk

Nicholas Sparks’ films are always tragic in their own way, but seem to have a big impact on audiences. A Walk to Remember is about your typical good girl and your typical bad boy who meet and end up falling in love, while dealing with the hard truths of dealing with illness and loss.

3. Dear John

This is another must-see Nicholas Sparks movie, starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. In this film, John Tyree, a soldier in the United States army, returns home while on leave and meets Savannah Curtis, an idealistic student. In just two weeks, they fall in love. After these two weeks, John returns to the army and Savannah returns to school. Throughout the seven-year period, the two barely meet, but write letters to each other. They somehow encounter setbacks that no one can imagine.

4. The Last Song

Starring Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, “The Last Song” is what started the two’s tumultuous real-life relationship. In this film, Ronnie Miller, a teenager from New York and Jonah, his younger brother, are sent away for the summer to stay with their estranged father. Ronnie is a talented pianist, as well as his father. Through their passion and love for the piano, the two grow closer, while Ronnie falls in love with Will Blakelee.

5. 10 things I hate about you

Adapted from Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of The Shrew’, ’10 Things I Hate About You’ is about popular teenager Bianca Stratford, who can’t go on a date until Kat, her younger sister and not so popular, also finds a date. Cameron, the new student, is eventually set up to date Kat as a bet, which ultimately leads to a sticky situation. This movie isn’t as sad as the others, but it will definitely remind you of a time when you hated someone so much that they made you love them too.

6. The Notebook

This classic movie is another romantic drama from Nicholas Sparks that will have you sobbing by the end. This film begins in the 1940s, when Factory worker Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) and rich girl Allie (Rachel McAdams) meet and fall in love. When Noah has to go serve in World War II, Allie finds herself engaged to someone new. When Noah returns, they find their romance isn’t over yet. SPOILER ALERT: The most important thing to know is that Noah is telling Allie this story when they are already old, in hopes that she will remember his one true love.

7. About time

This movie contains a bit of magic. Tim Lake, the main character, discovers through his father that they can time travel. Tim uses this to his advantage when he meets the perfect girl one night in London and does his best to win her heart. Eventually, Tim uses his time travel trick to fix a lot of things in life, but finds he can’t fix everything.

8. Me Before You

“Me Before You” is about a young girl named Louisa, who jumps from job to job, until she stumbles upon a job to be the babysitter for Sam Claflin, a paralytic who is very, very, bitter about life until Louisa shows him how beautiful life can be.

9. One Day

Based on a true story, One Day stars Anne Hathaway. Her character, Emma who is an idealist, meets Dexter, her best friend, on their graduation day, July 15, 1988. Over the next 20 years, Emma and Dexter meet every July 15 to share their stories, bond and closer until they find out they were meant to be.

10. Love, Simon

This adorable movie is based on the novel “Simon vs. the Homo-sapiens Agenda.” It will only make you cry because of the main character’s breakthrough at the end. Simon is a closeted gay high school student, which complicates things for him. Eventually, Simon meets someone anonymously on the internet and begins emailing them, never meeting in person. During his school year, Simon faces the challenges of coming out and risks exposing his secret.

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