10 Best romantic movies for your date night

Looking for ways to cut costs from your wedding budget? Then here is a fantastic idea for a dream date night with your groom-to-be. A dinner and a good movie would surely make you just want to sit back and cherish each other???s company. Here is a collection of romantic comedies and hit classics, which would be an ideal choice for your date night.

1. Hitch (2005)


Alex ???Hitch??? Hitchens (Will Smith) trains other men in the art of courting women with various tricks and tantrums. Hitch fell in love with Sara Melas (Eva Mendes), a gossip columnist, who is ascertained to reveal the true nature and ruin the reputation of Hitch as one of his clients had cheated on her friend. Hitch does not find any advancement in his attempt to attract Sara despite being a successful date doctor. As Sara gains ground in exposing Hitch, they break up. Hitch later realizes that it is not his efforts but most of his clients succeed on their own. The movie has been rated PG-13 for its language and few strong sexual mentions.

2. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

Sleepless in Seattle

Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) lost his wife who died of cancer. Eighteen months later, Sam???s son Jonah (Ross Malinger) who was keen in finding a fresh life for his father, tries to put Sam on air by talking in a Radio Show expressing how gravely he misses his wife. More than thousands of women listen to the show. Many of them write to him including Annie (Meg Ryan) who is already engaged to Walter (Bill Pullman). She feels there is something missing in her relationship with Walter and is thus drawn towards Sam to know him better. The movie gets on its wheels as the two get closer, yet face hardships. It is one of the ultimate best of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan???s romantic comedies. The movie has been rated PG for its language.

3. Say anything (1989)

Say Anything

Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) is an aspiring kickboxer and a student who seeks a serious relationship with Diane Court (/Lone Skye) with the advice and counsel of his sister and friends. Diane who has received a fellowship to pursue her studies in England will be leaving Seattle that summer end. Diane???s father is in a crucial situation as the Internal Revenue Service is investigating him for tax violations institutionalized to the nursing home owned by him. Diane gradually falls in love with Lloyd, which is sensed by her father who is against this as Lloyd is an underachiever. Eventually how Lloyd wins Diane and her father???s trust and brings her father out of his problem is what the movie is all about. It has been rated PG-13 for its language and meek sexual situations.

4. Just married (2003)

Just Married

Tom Leezak (Ashton Kutcher) and Sarah McNerney (Brittany Murphy) are a newly married couple who face a lot of hardship, fights, and problems as they are on their honeymoon trip. Eventually they decide to separate after returning from the honeymoon as they feel the relationship gets nowhere. The way both of them win their loved spouse back, is the story of the movie. Just married is a whole bunch great comedy with tons of laugh. The movie is rated PG-13 for its sexual content, few rude humor, and drug reference.

5. The notebook (2004)

The Notebook

The movie begins as elderly man Duke (James Garner) begins to read a love story from his notebook to a fellow patient in a nursing home. The story is about Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) who fell in love with Allie Hamilton (Rachel McAdams). As days go by, Allie also reciprocates to his love. However, Allie???s family wants her to get married to a wealthy young lawyer, Lon Hammond, Jr. (James Marsden). Now Allie has to make a choice of her life. The movie has been rated PG-13 for some sexual scenes.

6. Notting hill (1999)

Notting Hill

Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) is a leading Hollywood lady and William Thacker (Hugh Grant) is a British travel bookseller. Accidentally both met and soon seem to like each other leading to a serious love relationship where both find their world in each other. However, their different lifestyle and nature of being independent brings in problems. Added to this, Anna???s boyfriend also causes trouble. Yet they swim their way through all their trials and realize their true love.

7. Fever pitch (2005)

Fever Pitch

Ben Wrightman (Jimmy Fallon) and Lindsey Meeks (Drew Barrymore) are in an intense love relationship with each other. Their relationship matures greatly and becomes as strong as a rock, which eventually bring them to a point to decide between sports, work, and love. This movie has got all the romantic comedy needed to make your evening a fun-filled one. It has been rated PG-113 as the movie has some rude and sexual humor.

8. It happened one night (1934)

It happened one night

Ellie Andrews, daughter of a highly powerful and wealthy father, runs away in order to get married to society aviator, King Wesley. However, on her way along her bus route heading from Florida to New York, she faces several hindrances caused by Peter Warne who is a reporter seeking to get her story about eloping for her love. This movie makes one of the best romance classics.

9. Some like it hot (1959)

Some Like it Hot

Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon are two jazz musicians who seemingly witness the St. Valentine???s Day Massacre in Chicago. Hence, they skip the town before the gang kills them. The uproarious escape leads the two on a terrifying ride to join a girl???s band heading for Florida. They meet Marilyn Monroe and soon the meet ends in a love triangle. The movie is rated PG.

10. Charlotte Gray (2001)

Charlotte Gray

A do or die circumstance is being faced by Charlotte who joins the Secret Service in her struggle to rescue her boyfriend, a pilot, who was shot in the World War II France. However, the circumstances she faces are not exactly what she expected them to be. In addition, she tries making new friendship with local French Resistance. The movie has been rated PG-13 for war related violence and strong language.

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