Could you be anticipating a Valentine’s Day proposal this year, well if it’s romance and drama you want perhaps one of these movie scripts might just be in order to drop a few hints to your other half…Grab the tissues and snuggle up for a romantic movie tomorrow, here is a short list of our favourites.
When this summer love affair is forced to come to an end, Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams) must move on with their lives. However, on returning from the war, Noah works on restoring a house he’d said he’d buy for the pair years before. When they become reunited there are complications that challenge what outcome of the story is but that doesn’t stop Noah proposing that they should be together.
So it’s not gonna be easy. It’s going to be really hard; we’re gonna have to work at this everyday, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, everyday. You and me… everyday.
Like a recreation of the Rapunzel fairytale, Edward (Richard Gere) climbs up the building of Vivienne’s (Julia Roberts) apartment with a bunch of roses to woo her and they realise they’ve rescued each other from how their lives were before.
When Jamie (played by Colin Firth) meets Portugese housekeeper Aurelia (Lucia Moniz) there is an instant attraction and after returning to England he realises that he’s fallen in love with her. The only obstacle is the fact neither of them speak the same language. Unaware of each others plan both begin learning the others dialect before Jamie goes back to France to propose to her.
With an audience filling the room of smiles and her onlooking from the balcony, he expresses his feelings and the slight grammar errors make it all the more charming.
Pride and Prejudice
This timeless story showing that you can’t help who you fall in love with is gripping and romantic. With a backdrop of countryside as the dawn draw in, Mr.Darcy (Matthew MacFadyen) expresses his love for Elizabeth (Keira Knightley). “You have bewitched me body and soul…” if this isn’t the ultimate romantic encounter then there is no hope for us all.
Not everything always goes exactly as planned. When Bridget (Rennee Zellweger) puts her foot in it saying “as long as it’s not, will you marry me?” the moment feels awkward and quite disappointing. But there could be a way back, just because it isn’t exactly how we imagine doesn’t mean to say it can’t end spectacularly.
Hope you enjoy and Happy Valentines Day!