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6 Romantic Movies That Make for a Perfect At-Home Date Night

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It's time for a date night! Instead of going out for a fancy dinner, make some popcorn, pour two glasses of wine, and cuddle up with your love to watch one of these romantic movies. Whether you're looking for a hilarious comedy or a tear-jerking love story, these flicks will give you all the feels.

 

Creative Date Night Ideas for Every Stage of Your Relationship

 

The Princess Bride

This classic is just one of those movies you could watch over and over again. It's a story of true love combined with mythical creatures, sword fights, and "mawwage." What more could you ask for, really?

 

The Wedding Singer

If you're looking for a good laugh and a love story, The Wedding Singer is your perfect pick. Sing along and reminisce over every '80s song, and prepare to swoon over Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore's adorable storyline. Want more of this dynamic duo? Try 50 First Dates or Blended next.

 

The Notebook

Bring on the tissues. The Notebook might be known as the ultimate chick flick, but we think your husband-to-be will find plenty to love about rough and rugged Noah Calhoun's story. Journey to 1940s South Carolina, and watch as Noah tries to win Allie back years after first falling in love. And if it inspires you to add "If you're a bird, I'm a bird," to your wedding vows? So be it.

 

10 Things I Hate About You

Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles star in this 1999 twist on William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Your husband might balk and say it's too girly, but we promise he'll hate the way he doesn't hate it. Not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.

 

Age of Adaline

It's one of Blake Lively's newest movies and the love story is just the sweetest. If your S.O. isn't that into chick flicks, the story line in this film will definitely keep him or her interested.

 

Romeo + Juliet (1996)

Yes, Leo! If you're looking for a tale of star-crossed lovers in a post-modern setting, this is the film for you. Plus, you've got to love Mercutio.

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