Valentine’s Day Films to Watch (part 3)

8. 50 First Dates (in 2004)

We are pretty sure that you will be hard-pressed to think of a more likable couple than Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. In 50 First Dates, the two of them are in Hawaii. After the encounter, Henry Roth (Sandler) changes from one playboy to one devoted boyfriend—the only matter is the girl experience some problem with the memory; that is why she relives a similar day over and over. The movie brings laughs, yet it’s also one sappy romance film as only Sandler is capable of doing. It’s one chick flick anyone may enjoy.

9. Slumdog Millionaire (in 2008)

One testament to just how far one man will go to get the woman he loves. The film portrays a poor man who is tortured by the police for getting suspiciously great at WWTBAM (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?). Here, Dev Patel plays a lovable character.

The compelling movie won no fewer than up to eight Oscars as well as garnering a lot of critical acclaims. Here, the mixture of violence, love, as well as socioeconomic messages, makes for one great date night screening. This film is an excellent pick to watch with those who appreciate good films as well as with whom you desire to share one intelligent conversation.

10. The Amazing Spider-Man (in 2012)

Here, Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) suffers problems all the time — the media does not like him; the police do not like him. Not all, other superheroes hate him. Also, he’s always struggling with the love life due to it. No matter how you feel about these Spider-Man series, they created the right move that drops Mary Jane for Gwen Stacy. The romance is among the most memorable in the comic book history. Enjoy watching this film!