Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating love with the ones you love most. This could include your significant other, your best friend, your dog, or whoever else you could possibly think of! You don’t have to be a Valentine’s Day expert to know movies are always a good choice when it comes to things to do on Valentine’s Day. Pop in a classic Valentine’s Day movie and you’ll be on your way to the perfect night. We’ve done the research and rounded up a list of some of our favorite Valentine’s Day movies.
Top romantic Valentine’s Day movies
Enjoying a night at home watching a Valentine’s movie is always a great way to spend the day. Grab a cozy blanket, some take out and pop in one of these classic Valentine’s Day movies for an easy, but romantic night at home!
Love and Basketball (2000)
The Notebook (2004)
The Lake House (2006)
Valentine’s Day (2010)
La La Land (2016)
A Star is Born (2018)
Top Valentine’s Day movies for kids
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to only be for adults. Kids can join in the fun too! Creating a fun Valentine’s Day with kids is a great way to include the whole family in the celebration.
Lady and The Tramp (1955)
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975)
The Little Rascals (1994)
The Princess Diaries (2001)
Gnomeo and Juliet (2011)
Beauty and The Beast (2017, live action)
Top Valentine’s movies
What’s better than skipping out on Valentine’s Day, grabbing a few snacks and popping in a movie with your favorite girlfriends? In our opinion, not much.
My Girl (1991)
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Miss Congeniality (2000)
Valentine’s Day (2010)
Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Magic Mike (2012)
How to Be Single (2016)
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be a huge production. Hopefully you can pop one of these great Valentine’s Day movies in and have a relaxing night in on the day of love. If you’re looking for a few Valentine’s Day gifts to give, we’ve got great money saving deals on smart watches, BOGO phone offers, discounts on accessories, and more!
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