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Movies You’ll Want to Watch This Valentine’s Day

Ashley Falite

February 14th is approaching fast. Whether you’re planning to spend it with that special someone or some friends, a movie is always a good idea. Let’s take a look at some of the best movies to watch this Valentine’s Day.

The Notebook – A classic rom-com never fails. This touching story about two lovers, Noah and Allie, is sure to bring a tear to your eye.

Available On: Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video

A Star is Born – Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper play two lovers who bonded over their love of music, while facing their own personal battles.

Available On: HBO Max

10 Things I Hate About You – Julia Stiles along with the late Heath Ledger come together in this classic 1999 rom-com.

Available On: Disney+

Magic Mike – This pick strays away from the sappy rom-com nature of most Valentine’s Day movies. Channing Tatum plays the star of a male stripper group who takes a rookie under his wing.

Available On: Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video

Step up – When completing his 200 hours of community service at Baltimore School for the Arts, Tyler Gage meets a ballet dancer named Nora. An unexpected romance sparks between them, with dance at the heart of it.

Available On: Prime Video

The Fault in Our Stars – This box office hit, based on John Green’s novel, follows two young lovers bonded by their cancer diagnosis. It will likely make you cry, laugh, then cry again.

Available On: HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video

Love, Simon – Simon is a highschool student who has not yet come out to his family and friends that he’s gay. When he begins talking with an anonymous classmate online, things get confusing. This is a touching story that will keep you watching.

Available On: Hulu

Safe Haven – This Nicholas Sparks novel comes to life with a woman named Erin whose past is a mystery. She changes her name and moves to a beach town in North Carolina, where she meets a widowed man. Drama, suspense, and romance are intertwined in this Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel film.

Available On: Netflix