Sometimes we're as picky about our romance flicks as we are about the details of our own relationships. And rightfully so — we want to see films that we can relate to, fall in love with, and rely on to keep things interesting. Thankfully, there are several romantic movies to see this year and next that are comical, tragic, or just adorable to watch. When you've had enough of your own bad luck in romance or are celebrating something good, picking one of these films to watch could just be the answer.
If you're happily taken, here's your excuse to plan a movie date with your partner because sometimes half the stress in going to a movie is not knowing what to see. This way, you'll know exactly what you want to view before it comes out, leaving plenty of time for your lover to clear their schedules and join you. If you're riding solo, this is a perfect time to not give up hope on newfound romance or just reminisce on the previous loves of your life. Sometimes romance happens in the most unexpected places, even when all odds are against you, and regardless of your current status, these films will leaving your heart aching with love.
1. 'The Lovers' (May 5, 2017)
A married couple looking for more decides to give love another shot.
2. 'This Is Not What I Expected' (May 5, 2017)
A wealthy hotel exec and a quirky chef find harmony in their differences.
3. 'Paris Can Wait' (May 12, 2017)
Ann takes an unexpected detour from Cannes to Paris to discover a newfound love for the finer things in life.
4. 'Meri Pyaari Bindu' (May 12, 2017)
Abhi, a successful writer, gets inspired when he gets lost in a playlist that takes him back to his first love.
5. 'The Wedding Plan' (May 12, 2017)
The protagonist's fiance leaves her on the eve of their wedding, so she's left to improvise.
6. 'Red Nose Day Actually' (May 25, 2017)
The Love, Actually cast comes together for a special Red Nose Day sequel tl the movie.
7. 'The Big Sick' (June 23, 2017)
Writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon write about a real period in their relationship where their cultures clashed.
8. 'Everything, Everything' (May 19, 2017)
A young girl with a rare disease that prevents her from leaving home falls in love with her new neighbor's sense of adventure. She has to decide if spending time with him is worth risking her health.
9. 'My Cousin Rachel' (June 9, 2017)
A young Englishman plots revenge against his cousin after a death close to home. He instead, falls victim to her charm.
10. 'Home Again' (Sept. 8 2017)
A recently separated mother of two takes in three charming young guys.
11. 'Ophelia' (2018)
A reimagined tale based on one of Shakespeare's most devastating love stories.
12. 'A Star Is Born' (Sept. 28, 2018)
Lady Gaga, Dave Chappelle, and Bradley Cooper come together for their own rendition of the classic A Star Is Born. The story follows a movie star find her way around the entertainment industry.
With so many romantic movies to see soon, you won't get bored with love. At least while it's on the big screen.