Don’t Forget to Snuggle, Cuddle, and Relax

By: Rachel Larios

Photo credits to Country Living Magazine

As the month of love rolls around it’s time to cuddle up single or not, and throw it back with some of the old romantic movies along with the popular recents everyone’s been telling you about.

    February otherwise known as the  month of love is a month to remember love  and emphasize the importance of it.. February is known for Valentines Day and sharing your love with that certain someone. And if you’re single it’s just another reason for you to show some self love.

    As time passes by movies only seem to be getting better or worse in the romance department. As you  bundle up and relax you might want to consider throwing it back with some of those old romantic movies that we all know and love. Movies such as the Notebook, Titanic, 10  Things I Hate About You, and How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days are some of the classics that get us feeling all mushy inside and ones we all can relate to.

     Movies like Crazy Rich Asians, Love Simon, and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before are some of the more recent movies that I’m sure your friends have  talked about on numerous occasions. When the movies Crazy Rich Asians and Love Simon hit theaters, they were all the rage. People lined up to buy their  tickets. Movies like these sparked the interest in all ages.

    Movies like Dirty Dancing, The Princess Bride, and A Walk to Remember are also some of the most popular classic romantic movies. These movies will surely get you feeling all over the place. We seem to love these old classics so much because the thought of old school love is brought to life.

     Over the recent years Netflix has also brought us an abundant amount of romantic movies, such as The Kissing Booth, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, 50 First Dates, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Mama Mia and thousands of other movies.

     During the time of February love is in the air just about everywhere. Both boys and girls are caught up in the thought of romanticizing and sharing their love. This is a perfect time to watch some of these movies with yourself or that certain someone.

     Romantic movie can also spark a certain interest in whether we want a relationship. They can also interest us in what type of girl or guy we might be looking for. Leaving us emotional and full of thoughts, romantic movies  are truly some people’s guilty pleasure.

     Even though romantic movies are sometimes said to be overrated or underrated, not every “romantic” movie is based all on love. Romantic movies also bring some sort of difficulties, hardships, trials, and tests. As the plot thickens the characters seem to spread apart but they always find their way back to each other.

    With every romantic movies there can also be a series of trials and rough endings. Sometimes they dont always end off on a good note or the way we want them to. This is what leaves us emotional by the time the movie is over. Whether or not romance is a big thing in your life, these movies will surely bring you happiness, self love, and hope for good things in the future.


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