Valentine’s Movie Date at Home

Say Anything

Happy Valentine’s Day, beautiful! A Valentine’s date doesn’t have to involve getting all dressed up and fine dining. Why not slip into something comfy and celebrate Valentine’s Day at home with your love?! This is a great option if you can’t get a babysitter for your babes or a mid-week date night is difficult to do. Get your favorite champagne and some chocolate dipped strawberries, get cozy, and and watch a flick at home. For Valentines Day I have put together a fun list of romantic comedies. I got input from my gal pals- we had fun chatting about the chick flicks that have made us swoon and laugh over the years. Some are old classics, some are from my youth (80’s & 90’s), and some are recent. I’ve even thrown in a few foreign films and holiday movies. I’d love to hear from you what rom coms keep your heart laughing.

  • Say Anything- “I gave her my heart and she gave me a pen.” Absolutely my favorite movie from my high school days.
  • Can’t Buy Me Love
  • 16 Candles
  • Pretty in Pink
  • Roxanne
  • 50 First Dates- The first movie my hubby and I saw together (and probably the last chick flick he saw).
  • Along Came Polly
  • There’s Something About Mary
  • Hitch
  • How to Lose a Guy in Days
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  • Something’s Gotta Give
  • As Good as it Gets
  • French Kiss- my bestie’s all time favorite
  • Amelie
  • Princess Bride
  • Chocolat
  • Under the Tuscan Sun
  • Bridget Jones’s Diary
  • My Best Friend’s Wedding
  • Notting Hill
  • Four Weddings and a Funeral
  • Pretty Woman
  • When Harry Met Sally
  • Overboard
  • It Happened One Night
  • Roman Holiday
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  • The Graduate
  • Casablanca
  • The Proposal
  • The Wedding Singer
  • Hitch
  • The Holiday
  • Love Actually
  • Maid in Manhattan
  • Sleepless in Seattle
  • You’ve Got Mail
  • Crazy, Stupid, Love
  • Punch-Drunk Love
  • The Lady Eve

Photo credit to 20th Century Fox

2 thoughts on “Valentine’s Movie Date at Home

  1. It doesn’t matter if you go out on a date or you stay at home and watch a movie. Dates do not have to be expensive or look like a traditional “dinner and a movie.” Allow these times to be about each other instead of external variables.