10 Rom-Coms you Need in your life this Valentine’s Day


 Love it or hate, Valentine’s Day comes each February. Whether you’re spending it alone or with someone you love, here are 10 romantic comedies that are sure to make you smile this holiday.

  • How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days

Twenty year old Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson) is a pop culture journalist bored with her writing. This is when she decides to take on a new story involving how easily a girl can lose a guy simply by performing a list of unattractive behaviors. Benjamin Barry (Mathew Mconaughy) is Andie’s chosen victim of the experiment but is also performing one of his own, as his friends dared him to make a girl fall in love with him within 10 days. Through a journey of awkward and uncomfortable situations that will give any one second hand embarrassment, the two’s unconventional relationship makes for a fun to watch romance. 

  • 10 Things I Hate About You

Kat Stroford (Julia Stiles) is an angsty highschool student in a rich Seattle area. Her superficial little sister Bianca (Larisa Oleynik) and her could not be more opposite. When their overprotective father decides the only way he will allow Bianca to date is if Kat does Bianca and her crush get creative to set Kat up. Patrick Veona (Heath Ledger) is your typical bad boy. When he’s presented with the opportunity to take Kat on a date, he is strongly opposed to the idea but eventually gives in. The two enter and enemies to lovers rollercoaster romance that will leave you laughing, heartwarmed, and even a little emotional, but definitely wanting to watch again.  

  • To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Lara Jean (Lana Condor) is a hopeless romantic spending most of her time either reading about romance or writing about it through her love letters. But when her secret love letters get sent out against her will, she finds herself in a lot of compromising situations including her sister’s recent ex being a recipient of a letter. Another recipient, Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) is your typical player that every girl in school wants. But when he proposes that they fake a relationship so that he can make a point to his ex-girlfriend who also happens to be Lara Jean’s ex best friend, she finds herself unable to say no. As pretend feelings start to get real, Lara Jean realizes there is more to life than what’s in her head, and she’s not as hopelessly unnoticeable as she thought.

  • Can’t Buy Me Love

Ronald Miller (Patrick Demsey) is a dorky and socially hopeless highschool student. Cindy Mancini (Amanda Peterson), the most popular and wanted cheerleader in the school, also happens to be Ronalds longtime crush. When Cindy finds herself in desperate need of money, Ronald offers to give it to her in exchange for a date. The love between the dork and the most popular girl in school is a can’t miss as they learn from each other’s mistakes and have more in common than anyone could have guessed. 

  • 27 Dresses

If ¨always the bridesmaid never the bride¨ was a person that would be Jane Nicholas (Katherine Heigi) who has been engrossed in weddings since she was six years old. She loves them so much that her essential part time job is being a maid of honor. This is until her self-obsessed little sister gets engaged and wants the dream wedding Jane had said she wanted her whole life down to every detail including the groom. Meanwhile, reporter Kevin Doyle (James Marsden) is assigned to write an article about the girl who has been a bridesmaid 27 times aka Jane. But as the two meet and their relationship grows, Kevin realizes that he doesn’t always know all there is to a story, and Jane realizes she deserves more than to do things for others and not getting anything in return. 

  • Monster In Law

Charlotte or ¨Charlie¨ (Jennifer Lopez) had a hopeless love life till she met Dr. Kevin Fields (Micheal Vartan). The two fall in love extremely quickly and get engaged. Everything seemingly is going great until Kevin introduces Charlie to his mom who is somewhat off her rocker. Viola Fields (Jane Fonda) sees her son getting married as some form of abandonment. As the two become enemies, they go through a journey of hilarious pranks and tricks to try and defeat the other. But in the end, they have to face that their love for Kevin is their connection rather than what brings them apart.

  • Crazy Rich Asians 

Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) was raised by a single mother in NYC. She falls in love with Nick Young (Henry Golding) who, unknown to Rachel, was from the richest family in most of Asia and the most powerful in Singapore. When Nick decides to take Rachel to his cousin’s wedding, she is faced with the realization of how important Nick’s family is to rich Singaporean society. Once she meets his family, she learns of their extreme disapproval of her and Nick’s relationship due to Rachel’s lack of money and her inability to meet their cultural standards as a Chinese-American. Rachel must learn to stand up for herself and Nick must learn to stand up to his mother as they learn to prioritize their love. Not to mention the hilarious friends they have along the way. 

  • Sweet Home Alabama

Southern, small town, sweetheart Melaine Smooter (Reese Witherspoon) turns to the big city after her failed marriage with childhood sweetheart Jake Perry (Josh Lucas). While living in NYC, she meets wealthy businessman Andrew Hennings (Patrick Dempsey), and she ends up engaged. But what happens when she realizes her divorce with small town boy Jake was never finalized? She has to return to her roots and get caught up and tangled with past friends, memories, pain, and love. Melaine must decide whether her love from the past or love from the present is what she wants in the future. 


  • 50 first dates 

Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) prides himself on being extremely skilled at dating women but has never had or been interested in a serious long term relationship. When he is at the diner one day, he meets Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore) and finds himself intrigued by her. When he gets to know her more, he also gets to know her extremely protective family and friends. Through this, he finds out she suffers from short term memory loss after an accident. Now, he must deal with the struggle of her not remembering him everyday, proving himself worthy to her family, and gaining her trust. It all proves to be worth it because of their overwhelmingly heart warming and hilarious love. 


  • Bride Wars

Liv Lerner (Kate Hudson) and Emma Allan (Anne Hathaway) are the ideal best friends who have shared every milestone together and have planned their weddings since they were little. But when they get engaged at the same time and want the same wedding venue, it is a fight for who is going to get to live their life long dream. Will they prioritize their bestfriend and their fiances or the wedding of their dreams? Well, the answer to them is wedding. But, how long will it take them to realize they made the wrong choice? No matter what the hilarious bridezilla in both girls will come out and there is no stopping it.