5 of My Favorite Romance Movies

Hello, beautiful people!

I’m here to share some of my favorite romance films with you. Just a handful! And in no particular order of importance.

Keep your judgement to a minimum OK! My dire need for mushy love stories is vital.

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The Last Song

Honey! Nicholas Sparks did what he had to do.

I didn’t read the book. I think we can all agree that the books are usually better than the movies, however, this movie did not disappoint. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth showed out! I truly don’t believe they could’ve picked a better duo to portray the visual passion behind the overall storyline.

Ronnie Miller (the heroine) is an angry teen. She’s forced to spend the summer away from home with her father. Her parents are divorced and she isn’t over their separation by far! While she’s there, and acting like a damn menace might I add, she bumps into a popular, pretty boy!

I have to stop there because I don’t want to tell the story if you haven’t peeped this movie. All I’m saying is, opposites attract and this story is beautiful. The fact that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth met and started dating on the set of this movie makes it even better for me.

Whew! The love! I stan! Check it out if you haven’t, and let me know what you think.

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How to Lose A Guy in Ten Days

I’m a little obsessed with this one. Maybe even a lot!

I was ten-years-old when this movie dropped. TEN! Baby, at ten-years-old I recognized how much of a romantic gem this joint was.

So, peep this — > Andie Anderson (the heroine) is a writer for the women's magazine Composure. Andie is bored with the articles she’s writing and basically sets herself up by agreeing to write an article based upon How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days. The article is inspired by one of her best friends who tends to always run men the other way in ten days or less. To sum it up, she plans to note the common mistakes women make that run men away quickly. She didn’t expect to fall in love during the process of this.

She certainly didn’t expect the man she fell in love with to have his own agenda. Sheesh! You don't know the half. This plot blew my mind. It’s refreshing, and the outcome was beautifulllll. I swear! If you haven’t seen it yet, I would definitely recommend you check it out. I think it’s on Netflix too!

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The Ugly Truth

I have a thing for romantic comedies. I giggled and blushed throughout this film.

I want to say it’s an opposite attracts type of love, however, it’s more like an enemies to lovers type of allure. The heroine, Abby Richter, is a morning show TV producer who believes in love whole-heartedly. She’s a big fan of self-help books pertaining to understanding men and what they want in love. She goes on many dates in an attempt to locate the appointed one for her.

After Coming home from a horrific date, she catches a segment of a local television show, The Ugly Truth, featuring an asshole named Mike Chadway.

A true asshole, he is!

His cynicism about relationships prompts Abby to call in to argue with him on-air. The next day, she discovers the TV station she works at is threatening to cancel her show because of its poor ratings. The station owner has hired Mike to do a segment on her show.

YUP! They hired the asshole in which she doesn’t agree with and can not stand.

Check it out! You’ll have to see how the story unfolds. It’s pretty intense and impassioned, to be honest! Let me know what you think afterward!

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Twilight

A gem! A legendary film! Stephanie Meyers did not come to play!

I said what I said!

Now, before I really get into this, I would like to state how great the books are. I read the books after enjoying the movies, and man, I had no idea what I was missing until I copped the novels. So much detail and so much more of the mushy shit I love are between the pages of the novels. Edward Cullen’s dialogue in the novels was everything! Swoon worthy through and through, with every page flip!

If you haven’t seen Twilight, I’m judging you. I know I said this was a judge free zone, but c’mon! How could you have missed it?!

We aren’t going to talk about how the main characters (actor + actress) Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart started dating. I appreciated the duo taking it further than the big screen, until baby girl cheated on him. I took that s%!t personal like it affected my life. I’m still trying to recover from the bad news.

Nonetheless, I wasn’t into fantasy or paranormal themes until I discovered this jawn in 2008.

Sigh! Wasn’t 2008 a great year?

Please check out what Bella Swan + Edward Cullen have to offer if you haven’t already.

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Dear John

Is it obvious that I’m a fan of Nicholas Sparks?

February 5th, 2010, I was in the theater sobbing! I was crying my eyes out! Bawling!

Older women surrounded me. Well… us.

No lie, me and my best friend at the time were the only teens in the theater. And we were totally okay with that!

I’m not going to go into detail about this. It’s much too complex. There’s many parts to it, and it didn’t end the way I would’ve liked it to, however, the film was absolutely beautiful and emotional. Sparks’ films are usually based upon his novels. The book is on my TBR list.

I would love to know what you think if you consider checking the movie out!

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Again, these are only a handful of my favorite romance films.

My list is long as ever + growing.

Share a few of your favorites with me.

xoxo

Shanice Swint4 Comments