10 Best Valentine’s Day Movies on Streaming

Looking to snuggle up with your significant other or simply indulge in some feel-good romance this Valentine’s Day? We’ve compiled a list of the 10 Best Valentine’s Day Movies currently available on streaming platforms. Get ready for a cinematic celebration of love and romance like never before with these classic love stories and modern rom-coms.

1. Valentine’s Day (2010)

Valentine’s Day.
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Valentine’s Day is a romantic comedy about love and relationships on Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles. The movie celebrates love in all its forms in a charming and heartwarming way with an ensemble cast of stars like Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jennifer Garner, and Jessica Alba.

2. When Harry Met Sally (1989)

When Harry Met Sally.
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When Harry Met Sally (1989) tells the relatable story of Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) throughout 12 years. It’s a classic tale about love, friendship, and relationships with witty dialogue, memorable moments, and iconic performances.

3. You’ve Got Mail (1998)

You’ve Got Mail.
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You’ve Got Mail is a romantic comedy starring rom-com titans Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. It’s set in New York City with Joe Fox (Hanks) and Kathleen Kelly (Ryan), two rivals who unknowingly start dating online. It’s a beloved tale of love, fate, and the magic of unexpected connections.

4. If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)

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Based on the novel by James Baldwin, If Beale Street Could Talk is a poignant drama directed by Barry Jenkins. Taking place in Harlem in the 1970s, the movie follows the love story of Tish Rivers (KiKi Layne) and Fonny Hunt (Stephan James), a young couple whose lives are thrown into chaos when Fonny is falsely accused of committing a crime. The moving story of love and justice in a world plagued by systemic racism is enhanced by stunning cinematography, powerful performances, and emotionally resonant storytelling.

5. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

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The romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral was directed by Mike Newell and written by Richard Curtis. In this film, Hugh Grant’s charming but bumbling character, Charles (Hugh Grant), navigates through weddings and funerals as he grapples with his feelings for a beautiful American, Carrie (Andie MacDowell). Against the backdrop of British society, the film explores themes of love, friendship, and relationships.

6. Pretty Woman (1990)

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An unlikely love story between Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts), a vivacious and street-smart prostitute, and Edward Lewis (Richard Gere), a successful and wealthy businessman, Pretty Woman is a beloved romance comedy classic because of its iconic scenes and chemistry between Roberts and Gere.

7. An Affair to Remember (1957)

An Affair to Remember
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Affair to Remember is a classic romantic drama directed by Leo McCarey. Despite both being engaged to other people, Nickie Ferrante (Cary Grant) and Terry McKay (Deborah Kerr) fall deeply in love after meeting on a transatlantic ocean liner. In addition to its poignant romance, Grant and Kerr deliver unforgettable performances in the film.

8. Brokeback Mountain (2005)

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Directed by Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain (2005) is a groundbreaking romantic drama. During the early 1960s, Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal) meet as sheepherders in the Wyoming mountains, and they end up falling in love with each other. Their love is kept secret because of societal pressures and personal conflicts, leading to tragedy and heartbreak. The film has received critical acclaim and numerous awards, including three Academy Awards, for its powerful performances, poignant storytelling, and groundbreaking portrayal of LGBTQ+ themes.

9. Dirty Dancing (1987)

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Dirty Dancing, is a beloved romantic drama directed by Emile Ardolino. It follows Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Grey), a young girl on vacation at a resort in the Catskills in 1963. When she’s there, she falls in love with Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze), a charismatic dance instructor from the wrong side of the tracks. Their love of dance connects them, and they embark on a forbidden romance despite their backgrounds. Baby and Johnny discover the power of love and self-expression through sultry dance sequences and memorable 1960s music.

10. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

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Sleepless in Seattle is a classic romantic comedy directed by Nora Ephron. Through chance encounters and radio broadcasts, widow Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) and journalist Annie Reed (Meg Ryan) become intertwined. “Sleepless in Seattle” is an enduring tale of romance full of charm, wit, and genuine emotion.

12 of the Most Annoying TV Show Characters of All Time, According to the Internet

Orange is the new black.
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There are plenty of characters on TV that just plain irk you, but a few are written so irritating that it actively detracts from the show. We tracked down some fan answers with what they thought the most annoying TV show characters of all time was and these were some of the most popular answers.

A few characters were written annoying on purpose but others seem to be the victim of bad writing or poor acting. Either way, they sure make some of these shows hard to watch!

12 of the Most Annoying TV Show Characters of All Time, According to the Internet

The 12 Most Epic Opening Scenes in Movie History

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Opening scenes matter: they set the tone for the entire film. We wanted to know what the greatest opening scenes in movie history were – so we rounded up the best fan answers to this very question.

Some of these opening scenes are so iconic you can almost picture the whole thing in your mind. Others stood out stronger than the rest of the film, making it all you might remember. From action-packed to utter tearjerkers, these iconic opening scenes are often considered to be the greatest in movie history.

The 12 Most Epic Opening Scenes in Movie History

The 12 Most Genius Movie Plot Holes You Never Knew Were Actually Explained

Jim Carrey in The Truman Show (1998),
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Friends (and strangers) trying to sound smart by pointing out a movie mistake that isn’t really a mistake?

We found the best answers to “What infamous movie plot hole has an explanation that you’re tired of explaining?” with these 12 movie plot holes that actually have perfectly good explanations.

The 12 Most Genius Movie Plot Holes You Never Knew Were Actually Explained

19 Hyped-Up Movies That Were Actually Terrible

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So, you know how there’s always this buzz around those hyped-up movies, right? Like, the ones that everyone’s talking about, the trailers that give you goosebumps, and the anticipation that’s through the roof?

Yeah, those. But here’s the kicker- sometimes, they turn out to be total duds.

19 Hyped-Up Movies That Were Actually Terrible

Unpopular Opinion: These 15 Shows Everyone Raved About, but We Couldn’t Stand

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Ever been excited about a show that someone recommended, but you couldn’t get into it? A show that everyone loved, but you couldn’t stand it? Here are 15 shows people couldn’t get into despite the hype.

Unpopular Opinion: These 15 Shows Everyone Raved About, but We Couldn’t Stand

 

 

 

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