The best romantic films to binge-watch this Valentines Day

Emma Shepherd

1 .Casablanca (1942)
This classic is one you can't go past on Valentine's Day. Although this American war movie is a romance, it has a very serious undertone.

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2. The Notebook (2004)
Set in the 1940s in South Carolina, a poor mill worker falls in love with a preppy rich girl who stays in the local town during the summer. This is a bit of a tear jerker so be sure to have your tissues ready.

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3. The Wedding Singer (1998)
This 80s classic is a satirical comedy, which involves a guy who gets his heart broken, and after losing hope finds love. A young woman helps him plan his wedding however steals his heart.

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4. Titanic (1997)
This American romance disaster film co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron is set back in in 1912, when the actual RMS Titanic sinks follows the love story between a poor artist and a 17-year-old aristocrat.

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5. Love Actually (2003)
This film follows nine intertwined love stories so be sure to stay focused during this one. This drama/romance can still be deemed funny, so you're still guaranteed a laugh.

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6. Pretty Woman (1990)
A prostitute and a wealthy entrepreneur fall very much in love. And well… the rest is history. It's a sin not to see this film at least once.

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7. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
This rom-com starring the late Heath Ledger and actress Julia Stiles is a modern spin-off of Shakespeare's Taming Of The Shrew. This love story is one not to be missed.

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8. Romeo And Juliet (1996)
Another take on a Shakespeare classic, Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes star in this 90s Baz Luhrmann directed love story. Who doesn't love this film?

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