Romantic movies always make us fall in love with them while the characters are falling for each other on the screen. There is an endless track of romantic movies in Hollywood but only epic ones make a home in our hearts forever. From unexpected teenage romance to legendary love these movies are a complete package of connections, celebrations, affection, heartbreak, betrayal, and family that will take you on top of the world one moment and will drown you into sorrow another. Here we have assembled some of the best romantic movies that you must watch without thinking twice because young love is what everyone has experienced in their life and these movies will certainly remind you of your own.
CRAZY RICH ASIANS
Crazy Rich Asians is one of those movies that reestablish the meaning of boundless love and make us recall that love finds you no matter how far you go. This romantic Chinese drama follows the fairytale of a New York-based professor named Rachel Chu and her boyfriend Nick Young. Rachel goes to meet Nick’s family where she is shocked to discover that he belongs to one of the richest Asian families which she never knew before. During her visit to Singapore, she encounters people who try to persuade her that she doesn’t belong to this extravagant world and how she fights them with the dignity of being a self-made person. After all the gossip, back bitching, and scheming Rachel and Nick find their way back to each other getting engaged in the end because love is not bound to social status or racial differences. The movie received positive reviews worldwide and profited about 240 million after its release in 2018.
Starring: Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Lisa Lu, Gemma Chan, Ken Jeong, Awkwafina, & Michelle Yeoh
Release: August 7, 2018
Direction: Jon M. Chu
THE KISSING BOOTH
The Kissing Booth is a story of forbidden love between two teenagers Elle Evans and Noah Flynn. The plot focuses on the lifelong friendship of Elle and Lee Flynn and how their friendship affects the igniting love between Elle & Noah. Being a part of their best friends’ pact rules, Elle knew that she could never date Lee’s popular elder brother Noah and tried to hide her feelings. The story begins when Elle and Lee choose ‘Kissing Booth’ for their school fundraising and there for the first time Noah kisses Elle who is blindfolded. After expressing their love to each other Elle tells Noah to keep their relationship hidden but no matter what truth comes out making Lee angry that his best friend has betrayed him. Even after being threatened by Lee that she must choose one of them, Elle fights for her true love and persuades Lee that she doesn’t want to lose any of them. The movie received outrageous reviews for being the best interpretation of modern love and turned out to be a huge success on Netflix.
Starring: Joey King, Joel Courtney, & Jacob Elordi
Release: May 11, 2018
Direction: Vince Marcello
TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE
To all the boys I’ve loved before is an American romantic drama narrated through the voice of Lara Gean Covey, a hopeless romantic teenager who believes in true love being the core part of life. Her life gets transformed completely when her secret love letters are posted to her crushes by her little sister. Her nightmare starts when her former crush Peter Kavinsky blackmails her into acting to be his fake girlfriend. Well, love has its weird way to get you because while faking it all around they catch real feelings for each other. This is an innocent story of a shy girl finding her true love after encountering a lot of dramatic events making her realize that Peter Kavinsky is the love of her life. The movie was streamed on Netflix and became the most-watched motion picture for its flamboyant presentation of teenage love. Today the series of ‘To all the boys’ movies has become popular among young audiences raging all over the Netflix platform.
Starring: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Andrew Bachelor, Madeleine Arthur, Trezzo Mahoro, Israel Broussard, Emilija Baranac.
& John Corbett
Release: August 17, 2018
Direction: Susan Johnson
THE TWILIGHT SAGA
The twilight Saga is an astounding movie blending the utopian world of fantasy and romance grossed about $40 million worldwide on the first day of its release breaking all the screen records that later became a franchise. With the adaptation of an unimaginable world in which an impossible connection of love blooms between a teenage girl and a vampire who somehow find themselves inseparable. Bella Swan and Edward Cullen see each other at school and for the first time composed Bella feels attracted
to someone who is a mystery guy. After knowing about the supernatural existence of vampires Bella’s life is in danger who is now the girlfriend of Edward. Edward and his family are always alert of the threats by evil vampires and Bella being a mere human can become a substance to other vampires’ hunger. Twilight is a love relationship between two extraordinary worlds and how one will affect each other as they move forward in life like Bella always being endangered by the enemies of the Cullen family and her desire of becoming one of them.
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser & Billy Burke
Release: November 21, 2008
Direction: Catherine Hardwicke
PRIDE & PREJUDICE
Pride & Prejudice is based on the novel with the same name by one of the most admired writers Jane Austen. The story begins with Elizabeth, the second daughter of the Bennett family, an ambitious young woman looking for love on her demands. At a society ball, she meets Fitzwilliam Darcy whom she hastily judges to be snobbish and denies keeping any future acquaintances. Whereas Darcy finds Elizabeth arrogant and scornful, remarking her as beneath him. After many sudden encounters, Darcy falls for Elizabeth who rejects him straight away when he asks for her hand in marriage. Their pride and hesitation keep on increasing the misconception even when deep down they felt a real connection. Later realizing the mistakes made and prejudice for each other Elizabeth and Darcy confess that they both truly love each other and get married. The theatrical presentation of this spectacular novel left the audience awestruck for depicting love in an era where it wasn’t easily found.
Starring: Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen, Brenda Blethyn, Tom Hollander, Rosamund Pike, Donald Sutherland, Judi Dench, & Jena Malone
Release: 11 September 2005
Direction: Joe Wright