NEWS & ENTERTAINMENTTV & Movies 07.02.2022

Rom-coms you can’t miss watching this v-day.

BY Asif

Valentine’s Day is around the corner And we have some amazing rom coms lined up for you! If you’re celebrating with a significant other or your eat friends these are the perfect movies to watch! 

Pride & Prejudice 
Everyone has their favorite adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, but ours has to be the 2005 version in which Matthew Macfadyen’s Mr. Darcy strides across a dappled meadow to tell Keira Knightley’s Elizabeth Bennet, “You have bewitched me body and soul.”

Bridget Jones diary
In this classic romantic comedy inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Bridget Jones starts a diary to help map out the path to success in love and her career.

The notebook 
One of the most classic love stories, The Notebookfollows Allie and Noah as they are torn apart by war and class.

Dear John 
A soldier falls in love with a hopeful college student as they rely on writing letters to each other while deployed.

Ps I love you
This tearjerker stars Hilary Swank, a grieving widow who finds a series of encouraging notes from her late husband (Gerard Butler).

The princess diaries 
Who wouldn’t want to spend Valentine’s Day with Princess Mia? She’s funny, charming, and finds herself falling for a shaggy-haired commoner.

My best friends wedding 
Julia Roberts does everything she can to sabotage her male BFF’s upcoming marriage, and the results are still unforgettable over 20 years later.

The parent trap 
Come for the twin drama, stay for the heated romance between Nick Parker and Elizabeth James.

10 things I hate about you 
Even if you’ve seen this flick starring Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles as reluctant foes who eventually fall in love dozens of times, it’s too good not to watch again.

The fault In our stars 
Warning: You’ll need to grab a box of tissues—or two—for this tearjerker. Based on a best-selling novel by the same name, this movie tells the tale of two teenage cancer patients who find love and support in each other.

Pretty woman 
Our all time favourite! Edward, a rich entrepreneur, hires Vivian, a prostitute, to accompany him to a few social events. Trouble ensues when he falls in love with her and they try to bridge the gap between their worlds.

The proposal 
When New York editor Margaret faces deportation, she convinces her assistant Andrew to marry her in return for a promotion. However, when she visits his hometown, it changes her in many ways.

Crazy rich Asians
This modern rom-com sees New Yorker Rachel Chu head to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s family. Comedy ensues, as do lessons on the importance of family.