We all have at least once fantasized to be in a fairytale. Even though it is just our wishful thinking, we’re all guilty of it. So to feed our heart and mind, we turn to movies where the boy always falls in love with the girl and there’s a happily ever after.
On a rainy night, what could be better than to snuggle in your favourite blanket with a romantic-comedy on the television or on rent, with abundant popcorn and wine (only for adults). And on days like these, not only these movies make us fall in love but also allow us to travel off to the lands of those fantasies.
Here are a few suggestions for you to fall in love with and live out your fantasy:
This is a story of a hooker and a wealthy businessman falling in love in the span of a mere week. The protagonists, Vivian, the Hollywood Boulevard hooker is picked up by Edward, the businessman from Beverly Hills on a lark as he needs a partner on his arm at social events. So he hires her as his escort for the week 24/7 to part ways without any commitment.
Even though you might have never imagined yourself to be a hooker but a near impossible love story has always been on your mind. So this might just be the perfect one to discover the possibility of it.
‘When love feels like magic, it is called destiny; when destiny has a sense of humour, it is serendipity.’
Somewhere we all have played games with destiny, tried to challenge our fate. Here too, Sara challenge’s hers to see if she ends up with she loves or her fiancé. Jonathan and Sara scrawl their full name and telephone number on a $5 bill and a used book, respectively and part without showing it to the other. If each comes into the possession of the other by happenstance, Sara will believe they are meant to be together. After a few near-misses and classic Shakespearean confusion, they finally end up together.
To find out, you’ll have to watch it!
A nighttime real story of her father, Maya tries to save her parent’s divorce. Will fills her in, changing the names of the women who were in his life then to keep her guessing which is her mom: Emily, April or Summer. Each has a story and in demanding these stories, the motivation for Maya is to get her dad to fall in love again with her mom. Will this parent trap work?
Go on! Aren’t you eager to find out?
“Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.”
Most of you might have read the book but portrayal of it on the silver screen is not to be missed. How the happiness and Jamie’s list of things to accomplish before dying of her terminal disease changes Landon as a human is a must watch.
Will Landon fulfil her last wish to witness a miracle?
“You only get one life. It’s actually your duty to live it as fully as possible.”
A list of movies to fall in love with is incomplete without this one.
Young and quirky Louisa “Lou” Clark (Emilia Clarke) moves from one job to the next to help her family make ends meet. Her cheerful attitude is put to the test when she becomes a caregiver for Will Traynor, a wealthy young banker left paralyzed from an accident two years earlier. Will’s a cynic now and is bereft of his desire to live.
Will Louisa be successful in changing his final decision?