37 swoon-worthy romantic movies to watch this February

February 4, 2019

 

It’s February! That funny month when it’s not uncommon to be wading knee deep through heart shaped balloons, bunches of flowers and choccy boxes every time you nip out for a pint of milk.

 

Valentine’s Day is on the way!

 

If you need more convincing, check out these 37 swoon-worthy romantic movies to watch this February…. Well h-e-l-l-o Mr Darcy 😉

 

romantic movies to watch this February

 

 

37 swoon-worthy romantic movies to watch this February

In no particular order apart from the first movie.

 

  1. Pride and Prejudice
  2. Gone with the Wind
  3. Ghost
  4. Made of Honour
  5. The Kissing Booth
  6. Leap Year
  7. The Twilight Series
  8. The Notebook
  9. The Time Traveler’s Wife
  10. The Longest Ride
  11. The Proposal
  12. Love Actually
  13. Dirty Dancing
  14. Grease
  15. Beauty and the Beast
  16. The Wedding Date
  17. Me Before You
  18. My Big Fat Greek Wedding
  19. Cinderella
  20. Ever After
  21. 17 Again
  22. While You Were Sleeping
  23. Water for Elephants
  24. 50 First Dates
  25. Sweet Home Alabama
  26. Tristan and Isolde
  27. The Duff
  28. Emma
  29. Sense and Sensibility
  30. A Knight’s Tale
  31. She’s the Man
  32. Step Up
  33. The Prince and Me
  34. 27 Dresses
  35. It’s a Boy Girl Thing
  36. Blue Crush
  37. The Cutting Edge

 

I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely in the mood for a slushy movie now! *Runs to press play!

 

 

What’s your favourite romantic movie?

 

 

24 responses to “37 swoon-worthy romantic movies to watch this February”

  1. Sally says:

    Oh my! I love so many of these films. I’m thinking one of these could make for a good movie on valentines.

    #DreamTeam

  2. Do you know I think I’ve only ever watched about a quarter of these, much catching up to do! #DreamTeam

  3. Better not show this to my wife – especially when I’m trying to keep her awake for Ozark on Netflix as it is!!

  4. Love a good romantic movie #dreamteam

  5. Laurie says:

    I love mushy movies. Going to have to convince hubby, though! 🙂

  6. Sarah Tevis says:

    I love so many of the films you mentioned. I might just have to write these down and start checking them off the list. Leap year might be my favorite though. I can’t resist an Irish accent. 🙂 #DreamTeam

  7. sam says:

    Excellent list to get you in the mood for love X #dreamteam

  8. Lydia C. Lee says:

    I’m not into those sorts of movies but I do think Red is really romantic. (When he’s on the phone with her in the beginning).

  9. Isabel says:

    Oh thanks for sharing Annette, might work myself through some of that list 🙂 #dreamteam

  10. Kate says:

    Great list and sadly have not seen most of them but you brought back some fond memories along the way of film-watching rather than romance sadly. Glad to see Jane Austen in the mix and oh for those days of manners and in some ways women only having to do embroidery, sing and play rather than juggle just about everything #DreamTeam

  11. Joanne says:

    Great list, I’m a sucker for a romantic movie so have seen a lot of these! My favourite to come back to time and time again is Dirty Dancing.

  12. Sonia Cave says:

    Great list and a couple of my favourites on there. I have always loved Grease and when in my teens could be found watching it most afternoons after my a level revision in the easter holidays!!

  13. Jenni says:

    I have to admit, I haven’t heard of half of these. Can’t stand Love Actually, and stopped watching The Notebook about half way in, but I love Dirty Dancing and have a soft spot for Sweet Home Alabama. And good to see Jane Austen in the top spot – you can always win me over with her!

  14. Sabina Green says:

    I think my favorites are Ghost and Dirty Dancing and I still enjoy Love Actually. I love these recommendations. There are still loads that I haven’t seen.

  15. 50 first dates is one of my all time favourite movies, especially as the main character is called Lucy. I love a good romantic story that has plenty of humour and laughs in too.

  16. Anosa says:

    Every year come February I did into romantic movies every evening for somehow not this year. However, a few of these are my all-time favourites.

  17. Love this list so much. We’re going to have a romantic movie marathon on Valentines Day. Definitely going to be choosing some of these. Thank you for the inspiration <3

  18. Aw so many fab ideas here…I love Love actually and also Cinderella is a classic for the disney fans xx

  19. Rachael says:

    I still haven’t convinced my boyfriend to watch The Notebook with me! It’s such a classic; he just doesn’t know what he’s missing out on!

  20. Rosie Doal says:

    Yup some very lovey-dovey films here. I think I’ve seen around half of this list x #DreamTeam

  21. Kirsty says:

    There are some goodies there. I love a good rom com. I can’t manage serious romantic drama as the brain no longer works the way it once did, but give me a soppy rom com and I am happy. I will be working my way through the list. #DreamTeam

  22. Heather Keet says:

    I loved The DUFF, it had me laughing the whole time. #DreamTeam

  23. Serendipity is our favourite. There are a few on this list that I have seen before, so must watch them sometime soon #dreamteam

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