Enchanting Romantic Films Still Exist

There’s something about a good romance film that relaxes you and puts you at ease. Sometimes, all we need to do is settle back into our couch, grab some popcorn, and enjoy a good romantic movie. 2020 has been the year of romantic movies, producing many fan-favorite, old-fashioned romance films sure to keep you glued to your screen.

Watching movies together is proven to be one of the best ways to bond as a couple. This is because watching and discussing movies can help evoke discussions about their relationship and strengthen their bond.

From the film adaption of the popular novel After We Collided to a remake of a Broadway classic, here are the top of exciting films 2019 to 2020 for you and your partner to watch. This selection was related to beyondthecharter.com website users’ options. 

After We Collided 

No romance movie list is complete without at least one steamy, angsty, but extremely entertaining romance film. The film picks up where the last one left off. Hardin just dropped a major bomb on Tessa, and she’s shattered, not sure how to cope. He’s willing to do anything he can to get her back.

You and your partner should watch the first movie before this one. After We Collided is sure to keep you glued to your screens and may help you and your partner highlight some issues in your relationship.

Happiest Season

A heartfelt romance movie that’s sure to leave you and your partner in tears at some point and laughing at the end. Kristen Stewart stars as a woman who decides to propose to her longtime girlfriend, played by Mackenzie Davis when she finds out she hasn’t come out yet to her conservative family.

Everyone loves a good romantic comedy, and this is that movie that will have you laughing and crying at the same time. Directed by Veep actress Clea DuVall, the film tells the complex narrative of a coming put story while maintaining a light and fun atmosphere.

The Half of It

At first glance, this seems like your basic jock falls in love with nerd kind of love story, but it isn’t. A shy student is hired by the school jock to help seduce a popular girl he likes. Plot twist? The girl is in love with her too. And accepting this deal will lead her to a bond she never thought possible.

The story puts a nice twist on a common high school romance plot. And it will be a great movie to sit and watch with your partner. It a perfect mix of comedy and drama, so you’re left both laughing and crying when it’s done. It’s also very LGBTQ inclusive, so couples of all sexualities will enjoy watching this fun film together on Netflix.

West Side Story

Adapted from the hit Broadway musical of the same name, West Side Story follows two youths, Maria and Tony, who fall in love despite being involved with rival bands, and various cultural differences.

The film is set in 1950’s New York City and is full of entertaining musical performances you and your partner will be singing too for weeks. Perhaps what sets it apart the most from other recent Broadway film adaptations is the cast. West Side Story consists mainly of new actors as the director has decided to rely more on talent than star power. Named as one of the best romance movies of 2020, West Side Story is definitely worth the watch.

Palm Springs

This film puts a supernatural twist on your commence romance film plot. Two strangers head to a wedding in Palm Springs. They soon find themselves stuck in an endless time loop of repeating the same day. As the only ones who realize they are in a loop, they decide to make the most of it and end up falling in love.

The movie takes inspiration from the 1963 classic, Groundhog Day, with a similar plotline. It contains popular actors like Andy Samberg, Camila Mendes, J.K Simmons, Cristin Milioti, and much more. This movie is perfect for relaxing and watching with your partner in the middle of the night. It’s fun, careful free and the feel-good film you need to watch.

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