Love. That is what sets us on or off in life depending on the strength of the bond with the one. Having to think about the one or your crush all day really irritates your emotion in wondering what are they doing now, which guy or gal are they hanging out with, or are they even thinking about us. Sometimes we would just want to text them and said hi, asking about their day just to have the pleasure of having a conversation with them but with the fear of annoying them. Expectations will surely drown us and we would be emotional and stuck in purgatory for several days. Stay calm, keep an open broad mind, be positive, work on yourself and learn to love yourself first before loving others while watching these romantic movies to cry along and let all the tearful sorrows out as Shrek always says, better out than in.
1) Me Before You
Emilia Clarke took a hiatus from being the Khaleesi and friend-zoned Ser Jorah yet again. She went on to take care of a paralyzed Sam Claflin who starts as a mean guy pouring and venting his frustration on her until they starts to develop mutual feelings for one another.
The loving tale of Jack and Rose onboard the infamous Titanic has sparked the hearts of lovers since the 90s, with the iconic line of “you jump, I jump” before the eventual iceberg incident that kept them apart.
3) Love, Rosie
Best friends are always helping each other out in chasing after their crush without knowing the both of them have the best chemistry ever instead of others. They would only realized it when things start to fell apart and regret on the decisions they made as Rosie and Alex has started to have mutual feelings in this touching tale of the duo.
4) The Fault In Our Stars
The starstruck lovers of Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters has striked many hearts of readers and fans alike. The amazing novel by John Green tells the story of two cancer patients having to spent of what might be the remaining of their days in battling cancer, doing outrageous stuff out of their bucketlist. Be sure to watch this, Hazel Grace. Ok? Ok..
5) Sleeping With Other People
Let’s not get carried away with the title but yes they do show that with no exposure whatsoever in this charming tale of friendship turned lovers between Jason Sudeikis and the stunning Alison Brie.
6) The Longest Ride
The Longest Ride tells the story of star-crossed lovers in the effort of facing conflicting issues that would tear their relationship apart. Sophia seeks advice and inspiration from an elderly man who they saved from an accident, as he relive the romance story of his past with his beloved wife.
7) The Notebook
Perhaps the greatest romance film of all time from Nicholas Sparks novel, Ryan Gosling’s character came from a not so wealthy background who falls in love with a young, wealthy woman played by the adorable Rachel McAdams in this heartbreaking story that could separate them, forcing them in continuing their own paths.
8) The Vow
It is hard to imagine when the girl that you have always hoped to be together till the last days that all of a sudden she has lost those memories of ever knowing you. And what’s more hurt is Rachel McAdams is the one who forgotten who you are. Would you start all over again knowing that she can’t regain her memories and she doesn’t even have the same feelings for you as she used to?