Bae-watch this Valentine’s Day!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I am sure most of you are back to being confused about what to do. Suggestions from me are here to say and I can say this, yes from experience, just take a back seat, binge a few movies, eat popcorn, make some hot chocolate and cuddle under a blanket. Nothing, and I mean NOTHING boys and girls, tops a cozy night at home. If it doesn’t turn out well, you know how to contact me. Helping you just a tad bit more, here are a few movies that will make this evening an even better idea!

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
If you are a 20-something year old, this movie is going to take you to your teenage days, and only the best kind. It’ll transport you to a time of the shy eye gaze, the high school crushes, the tingling feeling when your crush notices you and of course the butterflies that just couldn’t stop flying as soon as your crush entered the class. Valentine’s or not, just watch this please?

50 First Dates
Talk about the cutest couple in Hollywood, 9 out of 10 people will definitely vote for Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. (Do they kind of maybe just little bit remind you of SRK and Kajol?). A story of how it is important to live out each day and remind someone that you love them, just that in this case, I mean that literally. Watch it and you’ll know what I mean.

The Notebook
Do you really need more of a reason to watch this movie than the fact that Ryan Gosling is in it? (Yes boys, for you too). Not really but okay, let me still give you another one. It’s honest, genuine, real and most importantly, all about the forbidden love. Gosling and Rachel McAdams are the dream couple and their fierce love is nothing less than a dream.

A Walk to Remember
I am a sucker for the book, and I am also a sucker for this movie. Its a classic case of the bad boy turning good for the girl but the ‘how’ stole my heart away. A journey of two young people that beautifully intertwines everything from innocence to magic. Must watch? Must watch!

BONUS!! – Tangled
If you’re not convinced that it’s simply the best movie ever, then you’ve got to watch it for the smolder. I’m not going to say anything else. Happy Valentine’s Day y’all!

Apart from that, you could simply binge the ‘Before’ series or watch the first 10 minutes of Up. You could go watch the ‘Mondler’ proposal or Jim and Pam’s marriage. You could spam yourself with Naleys’s ‘Don’t say I never gave you anything’ moments. The thing is, you find love in the strangest of places and watching each story unfold is amazing on its own.