The best love movies to watch as a couple

Although we find it hard to recognize it, romantic cinema is one of the genres most demanded by the public. Love has been, is and will be the central axis of most films over the years, regardless of gender. However, if you are looking for love movies themselves, we have selected for you, the best romantic movies to watch as a couple. Visit new-primewire.com to watch movies.

The Notebook

The Notebook (2004) was one of the works with which Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams began to win over the public. The plot of this love movie revolves around a quarantine, which serves as a newspaper and an old man reads his wife.

The newspaper talks about Noah Calhoun and Allie Nelson, young people in love with North Carolina, of disparate social environments. However, their families and war would separate them. Go to new-primewire.com to watch movies.

Love Actually

Love Actually (2003) takes place in the United Kingdom and deals with the theme of love on the eve of a Christmas.

Richard Curtis ( A matter of time ) brought together a luxury cast with this film: Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy, ChiwetelEjiofor, Andrew Lincoln, Thomas Brodie -Sangster, Rodrigo Santoro, Rowan Atkinson, Billy Bob Thornton … come on, you can get an idea of ​​the quality of the cast.

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Titanic

Titanic (1997) is one of the highest grossing and expensive romantic films in history.

The film tells the romance between Jack and Rose (Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) are young people who meet in the fateful ocean liner and fall in love. But he is a humble hustler and she is a high society lady, destined to get votes in a marriage she does not want.

500 Days of Summer

Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-man) narrated this drama in which the entire process of a romantic relationship was followed: the first date, sex, life as a couple, separation, reproaches and “reconciliation.”

The plot revolves around Tom and summer, two diametrically opposed people, who nevertheless find points in common that will strengthen their relationship, while their lifestyles gradually separate them.

Casablanca

That some of the phrases that appear in the movie Casablanca   are among the most repeated in the cinema is not by chance.

Casablanca tells us a story, very different from what we were used to in the romantic cinema of Hollywood, here there is no happy ending; The sacrifice of letting go of the soulmate is the ritual presented by the film that immortalized Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart leaving scenes and dialogues that are legend.