10 Best English Romance Movies to Watch This Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the day of love than by watching some heart-warming English romance movies? Whether you’re spending the day with your significant other, friends, or just yourself, these English romantic movies are sure to set the mood and bring a smile to your face. From classic love stories to modern tales of romance, this list has something for everyone. So grab your popcorn and get ready to be swept away by some of the best English romance movies of all time.

Yes, the season of love is back. Cupid surely comes to visit all those who are madly in love, I’d say. I mean, like Santa Claus visits us in December, similarly, the God of love comes to strike his “goodness and love” upon us apparently every year. That is the reason why I always say it is possibly one of the best times of the year.

So, along with dressing up, exchanging gifts, and going places with the love of your life, besties, or loved ones, we also want to catch up on some cozy movie binge-watching, especially English romance movies. Yeah, baby, it is dinner, desserts, and a movie for two this Valentine’s Day, as we have put together a list of the best English romance movies to watch this Valentine’s Day for you.

From classic rom-com that we love watching again and again to tearjerkers, here is a list of the best English romantic movies to watch this Valentine’s Day:

Valentine’s Day (2010)

Julia Roberts, Jennifer G., Bradley Cooper, Taylor Swift, Jamie Foxx, and Anne Hathaway are some others whose lives also revolve around the day in question. A brilliant one you surely cannot miss. Catch it on HBO MAX, Amazon, or Apple TV.

Moonstruck (1987)

Yes, it is true. One really never knows when love will strike. Certainly, the heroine in this one doesn’t expect to fall for her fiance’s brother when she invites him to the wedding. With super-magnetizing performances and memorable dialogue deliveries, this one is a must-watch. Watch this one on Amazon or Apple TV.

Dirty Dancing (1987)

One word for it—phenomenal. Prepare to be mesmerized by Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze. That love at summer camp, that dancing, and that legendary lift-off! Come, and prepare to fall in love all over again with this super-rocking piece of cinema and dance. Streaming on Amazon and Apple TV.

Roman Holiday(1953)

Watch Gregory Peck sweep Audrey Hepburn off her feet while on an adventure in the mushy lands of Italy in Roman Holiday (1953). Do you want to watch a timeless classic, preferably in black and white? This is your best choice! You can watch this on Amazon, Apple TV, or Paramount+.

Pretty Woman (1990)

OMG, how can this one not make an appearance on the list? Richard Gere and Julia Roberts at their ultimate best in “Cinderella,” a 90s modern Cinderella tale where a wealthy businessman falls for a prostitute, is a classic you simply cannot miss if you want to watch a great romance. Streaming on Amazon and Apple TV.

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

A British romance, this one is sheer magic. Starring Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell, this charming tale is surely a universal favourite. Consider the hero bumping into the heroine five times before finally being able to fully express his feelings for her. Catch this one on HBO Max, Amazon, and Apple TV.

Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

A case surely for the hopeless romantics, this one stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, who are like the cutest couple ever to bond. The POV scene where Sam’s son calls the radio station where Annie works to find his widowed father’s partner is one of my favourites! Streaming on Amazon and Apple TV.

Crazy Rich Asians (2018)

This movie follows Constance Wu as she travels to Singapore with Henry Golding to attend her best friend’s wedding. There is everything you could ask for in this one: romance, glitz, glamour, and a lot of fun. Catch this one on HBO Max, Amazon, or Apple TV.

When Harry met Sally (1989)

Want to watch two characters in a story where they grow up both as a couple and as individuals? Well, you can’t go wrong with Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal’s late-80s classic. Catch it on Amazon and Apple TV.


You’ve Got Mail (1998)

Yes, one of cinema’s most dynamic duos, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, returns as rival bookstore owners who unknowingly become email pen pals. I so love this one, guys! Catch it on Amazon and Apple TV.

So, these were the 10 best English romance movies to watch this Valentine’s Day.

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Ciao, Peeps, and I wish you all an awesome and happy Valentine’s Day in advance!

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