Caution: There's chocolate boxes, roses, and smooching at every turn.
This Emmy-nominated Netflix original series follows eight strangers from around the world who discover they can psychically travel between each other’s bodies, allowing them to experience each other’s lives. Yes, a must-watch this V-Day.
For Tara, a woman with multiple personalities, having a family who loves her in all her iterations is key. If that isn’t real love, I don’t know what is.
Yes, this show is amazing - mainly because you can watch these episodes without having to view them in chronological order. The story is simple, sweet and romantic - a man telling his children how he met and fell in love with their mother.
Whether they’re single, dating, engaged, or married, this group of friends will teach you a thing or two about love.
The series has drama, comedy, romance. Oh, and basketball is the backdrop of the show. It has something for everyone!
Jim Carrey proves himself a dramatic actor superior to the comedic facial gymnastics that earned him his fame opposite Kate Winslet. As an odd couple so uniquely suited to their own courtship and demise, their performances adeptly articulate that whatever the combination of chemicals and magic love is, it can’t be copied and it can’t be reasoned with.
Carol is about two women falling in love in 1950s New York. One of them, Carol (Cate Blanchett), has privately partnered with a woman before and is more steadfast and confident in her choice to no longer live in secret. The other, Therese (Rooney Mara), is unsure, over-powered, but more observant.
Jason Segel wrote and stars in this hilarious, painfully honest comedy about man just trying to get over his ex, only to find that the Hawaiian getaway resort he’s chosen is also occupied by his former significant other.
It’s the film that launched Hugh Grant’s career, and his bumbling Brit charm is on full display in this hilarious and heartbreaking romance, which tracks the lives of a group of friends and one object of affection over the course of four separate weddings and one funeral.
Is it possible that the most romantic movie of the 21st century is an animated film? Call me crazy, but the love between two robots in Pixar’s masterpiece WALL-E is as true, passionate, and heartfelt as the love between any two human actors I’ve seen in the last 15 years.