The best movies for your Valentine’s Day rom-com marathon

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Whether you’re spending the holidays alone or with someone, watching classic romantic comedies is a perfect way to honor holiday romance. Ranging from movies old to new, here are some of the best rom-coms to revisit this Valentine’s Day.

When Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally is a staple of the rom-com genre, constituting the archetypes of the relationship between men and women. It’s an interesting and fun watch with brilliant actors Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan giving outstanding performances in their roles. Watching them go from hating, to becoming close friends, to finally falling in love is truly unparalleled. Every scene they share is so memorable and hilarious that it will become a favorite with anyone who watches it.

boobies rich asian

boobies rich asian is a terrific romantic comedy for many reasons. Not only is it surprisingly romantic and comedic, but it features an Asian-American love story that isn’t often depicted in this genre. Based on the novel of the same name, it follows a woman traveling to Singapore to visit her boyfriend’s family, but once there she discovers there is more to him than she initially thought. . This movie is amazing from start to finish with its phenomenal storyline and unique perspective. You can’t help but fall in love with this movie while watching it.

Mom Mia

Even in cold weather, it is good to take a trip to one of the most romantic islands in cinema, Kalokairi. Full of fun and mellow snaps, this musical jukebox never fails to bring a smile to every viewing. It’s seemingly impossible not to sing along to the incredible songs of classic band ABBA. No other rom-com could live up to its iconic cast starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Amanda Seyfried and more.

10 things i hate about you

Based on Shakespeare’s play, The Taming of the Shrew, this classic teen flick was one of the best romantic comedies of the ’90s. Even with a stellar soundtrack and a great ensemble cast, it’s a gorgeous film in every way. When the school’s mysterious bad boy, Patrick (Heath Ledger), is paid to eliminate the moody and indatable Kat (Julia Stiles) so that his younger sister can be allowed to date him, it makes for a chaotic scenario.

Palm Springs

Inspired by another classic romantic comedy groundhog day, this underrated recent release consists of a bizarre but interesting concept. Starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti, the characters are stuck in a time loop, reliving the same dreadful day over and over again. As they embark on this strange journey together, they manage to begin a budding relationship. It’s considerably one of the best rom-coms of recent years, plus it has this ability to be revisited time and time again.

About time

An underrated romantic comedy from the past decade is this 2013 film starring Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson. When Gleeson’s character discovers he has time travel abilities, he uses it to attract the likes of McAdams’ character. Although it’s considerably comedic and has quite an interesting plot, it will have you reaching for the tissues towards the end.

The princess to be married

Not only does this movie have incredible romance and lots of comedy, but it also consists of swashbuckling action and adventure. There’s nothing more you could ask for from this amazing, reusable classic. Although it seems like one of the most cheesy movies out there, it just isn’t. Nothing is more heartwarming than true love finding its way back while going through hilarious obstacles along the way.

Some like it hot

Some like it hot is a topical classic that never gets old. Starring the iconic Marilyn Monroe, this black-and-white film has a hilarious plot, featuring two men pretending to be women in a jazz band to escape hitmen. After one of the men falls in love with Monroe’s character, things start to go downhill for the characters. The pace is fast and the story is wildly outrageous and ironic. It undeniably features one of the most chaotic endings in movie history.

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