Every great romantic classic has brilliant characters, an amazing plot and best of all, super hot on-screen chemistry. If you want to delve deeper into the romance section than The Notebook and Titanic (both great movies), check out these timeless films.
These 5 love stories are sure to make you stay home with some takeout and your friends, or that special guy, and settle in for a movie night.
Best love stories ever #1
This one’s a no-brainer; the title says it all. Wealthy Harvard Law student Oliver Barrett IV (Ryan O’Neal) and music student Jennifer Cavalleri (Ali MacGraw) don’t have a lot in common, but that doesn’t stop them from entering a relationship against his father’s will, and then losing his inheritance to get married. Then tragedy strikes.
Best love stories ever #2
This quirky Tarantino film tells the story of Clarence and Alabama (Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette), a young couple who falls in love and gets married, only to kill her pimp, accidentally pull off a heist and get into trouble with some gangsters who are hot on their trail.
Best love stories ever #3
Julia Roberts stars in the role that made her famous as Vivian Ward, a beautiful young Hollywood prostitute who is hired by rich, ruthless businessman Edward (Richard Gere) to spend the night. A night turns into a week, and soon they are learning much more about each other than they had bargained for. This modern Cinderella story was an instant classic and every chick wanted to become a hooker after seeing it.
Best love stories ever #4
Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) is a bored, young small-town girl who needs a change. Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) is a charming young drifter who is recently out of prison. Together, the two fall in love and begin a crime spree that extends from Oklahoma to Texas, becoming celebrities along the way. People are proud to help them; but the police are out to kill them.
Best love stories ever #5
Before Sunrise / Before Sunset
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke star in this 1995 film about two young travelers who cross paths on a European train ride and end up spending a romantic night in Vienna, knowing that by sunlight they will separate and may never see each other again. In the next film, they do reunite and spend an unforgettable day together in Paris – but will two days be enough to base their love on?