8 Must See Valentine’s Day Movies to Watch With Your Quarantine Boo

If you and your partner love to spend Valentine’s Day together at home, then you need to watch some of these romantic movies. With the weather in Minneapolis growing increasingly cold, I wouldn’t blame you for wanting to stay home. You can cozy up with a blanket, some hot chocolate, or a cocktail, and of course your loved one and watch one of these classic and timeless Valentine’s Day movies!

Valentine’s Day

This film takes place in Los Angeles on February 14th (duh). The cast includes Jennifer Graner, Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, Shirley MacLaine, Bradley Cooper, Taylor Swift, Jamie Foxx and Anne Hathaway, and many more. Intertwining couples and singles in LA break up and make up based on pressures and expectations of Valentine’s Day.

The Object of My Affection

Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd co-star in this sweet ‘90’s movie about a woman who might be in love with her gay best friend. As they encounter other romantic prospects, their intense closeness is threatened. The Object of My Affection celebrates all kinds of love.

Sylvie’s Love

If you are a lover of old set movies, then this one is for you. The love story and the sets and costumes that the movie recreates in the ’50s and ’60s in New York is gorgeous. Sylvie is an aspiring TV producer who falls in love with a jazz musician. But due to their ambitions and obligations, they can’t be together. It isn’t until years later that they are offered a second chance at love.

Always Be My Maybe

Everyone loves Netflix, am I right? Well, if you’re looking for a wholesome movie right at your fingertips then look no further. Seriously, it’s on your tv already. In this Netflix rom-com, childhood besties have unfinished business. When Sasha moves back to San Francisco, she and Marcus reconnect. But is the gap between their current positions, she, a famous chef and he, still living at home, too large to bridge?

When Harry Met Sally

This one is a classic and a must-see this Valentine’s Day. Harry and Sally have known each other for years and are very good friends, but fear that sex would ruin their friendship. Also, let’s be honest, we all want to see that iconic and orgasmic café scene!

You’ve Got Mail

Another classic must-see movie this Valentine’s Day. And if you’ve never seen it, grab your partner, hot chocolate, and a warm blanket, and cuddle up on the couch for this romantic movie with the most dynamic duo in cinema history. In this one, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks play rival bookstore owners who unknowingly become email pen pals.

The Notebook

This might be Nicholas Spark’s best movie and novel. If you don’t feel like reading the book, watch the movie. It will tug at your heartstrings and in all honesty, you will most likely cry, so keep a box of tissues handy. This romance takes place in North Carolina after World War II. A young and affluent socialite Allie Calhoun meets a charming and poor Noah. They form a bond that surpasses time and illness.

50 First Dates

If you love Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore then you will love this movie. Henry Roth has to get creative while dating Lucy Whitmore because of her short-term memory loss. She forgets who he is and how they fell in love. Though sometimes heartbreaking, you will get swept away by Henry’s exhaustive attempts at recreating their perfect first date.

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