The upcoming Valentine’s Day is also the time to take a break to pamper your feelings of love.
For those who have found their partner, this must be a special occasion to enjoy their emotions together with movies, romantic dates that melt. For those who are still lonely, romantic movies will certainly be an effective spiritual medicine to help you refill your feelings to be ready to welcome the other half in the near future.
Willtiptop would like to introduce to you the exclusive romantic romantic movies of this Valentine’s season:
Director and screenwriter Spike Jonze’s unique concept and emotive cinematic language make Her one of the world’s most unique and romantic love stories.
Winning five Oscar nominations in 2014 including “Best Film” and “Best Original Screenplay”, Her is one of the best romantic movies of 2014. The main character of the film is Theodore, a writer who has just released. heterosexual and works as a love letter writer for those who have difficulty expressing emotions. Too lonely in a large world, Theodore befriends Samantha – a computer operating system with artificial intelligence and the ability to learn and communicate like a normal person. From the usual conversation, confide, Theodore arose feelings for Samantha …
Her has the participation of the fiery woman Scarlett Johansson, but she only acts through her voice while playing the Samantha operating system. Director and screenwriter Spike Jonze’s unique concept and emotive cinematic language make Her one of the world’s most unique and romantic love stories.
2. BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR
The lesbian work won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival last year was shocked by the hot and daring scenes, but behind it is a touching love story, true.
The lesbian work won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival last year was shocked by the hot and daring scenes, but behind it is a touching love story, true with the great acting of two actresses Adele Exarchopoulos. and Lea Seydoux.
Blue is the Warmest Color is a romantic drama that tells a strong love story with blue as the dominant color in many frames. The process of discovering the love and life of a high school girl brings a rough yet sweet cinematic experience.
3. THE SPECTACULAR NOW
The Spectacular Now is an independent film that won a special award for acting at the Sundance Film Festival.
Written by screenwriter Scott Neustadter (film (500) Days of Summer ), The Spectacular Now is an independent film that won a special award for acting at last year’s Sundance Film Festival. Sutter Keely is a guy who loves to party and is extremely self-satisfied. However, after being kicked by the hottest girl in school, the guy drank so drunk he didn’t know anything.
When he woke up, Sutter found himself with Aimee – a beautiful but eccentric girl and being discriminated against by many in the market. This ironic situation unfolds a romantic and touching love story. The Spectacular Now features a rising young Hollywood actress – Shailene Woodley.
4. BEFORE MIDNIGHT
As the final episode of Richard Linklater’s Before… trilogy, Before Midnight is considered the most dramatic, most intense of all three.
As the last episode in the trilogy Before… directed by Richard Linklater, Before Midnight is considered the most dramatic, most intense in all three parts. 9 years since the day when the writer Jesse decided to stay in Paris with Celine in Before Sunset, the two had built a family together and had two beautiful daughters.
The romance movie Before Midnight tells about the last day of their vacation on a romantic Greek island. Once again, the love story of Jesse and Celine is faced with challenges and crises when it is less romantic, dreaming, and replaced by real life, real life.
5. ENOUGH SAID
The movie is suitable for watching on Valentine’s night with the audience of U40, U50.
A love movie suitable to watch on Valentine’s night with the audience of U40, U50, Enough Said revolves around the character Eva – a divorced woman for a long time and has a peaceful life with her daughter. When Eva’s child was about to leave home for college, she knew Albert – a fat guy but funny, sweet and made Eva’s heart flutter.
When the two’s relationship is fragrant, Eva gets to know her new friend Marianne – who used to bully her ex-husband too much … The secrets are gradually exposed and bring many humorous and touching moments…
6. DON JON
Talk about Jon, a man who is promiscuous and addicted to sex. He lives quite freely and is with a lot of women, but inside he still keeps a big secret
The first love film of actor Joseph Gordon Levitt as a director is also one of the featured emotional works last year. The story is about Jon, a man who is promiscuous and addicted to sex. He lives quite freely and is with a lot of women, but inside he still keeps a big secret. Everything changes when beautiful girl Barbara Sugarman enters Jon’s life.
Entertainment Weekly’s editor Jess Cagle calls it “one of the best movies I’ve seen at film festivals.” Joseph Gordon Levitt also starred in the film. Beauty Scarlett Johansson plays his fiery girlfriend Barbara.
7. THE GREAT GATSBY
The Great Gatsby is a young writer Nick Carraway’s perspective on the lavish and frivolous life of millionaire Jay Gatsby in the 1920s.
For those who have not had the opportunity to enjoy the cult works of actor Leonardo DiCaprio last year, Valentine’s Night is the right time to immerse yourself in the lavish parties of the 1920s as well as watch the great smile. great by Gatsby. Adapted from the classic literary work of the same name by writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby is Nick Carraway’s perspective on the lavish and frivolous life of millionaire Jay Gatsby. The 1920s of the last century.
Nick was sucked into the whirlwind of Gatsby. However, through the cracks in Gatsby’s wealth and luxury, Nick feels the obsession, the madness, the tragedies that await the young millionaire and desperate love for the haughty Daisy, weak.
8. ROMEO AND JULIET
In the 2013 version, young actress Hailee Steinfeld plays Juliet and alongside Douglas Booth (as Romeo).
Shakespeare’s great love story has been adapted to the screen no less than 30 times, but almost every version has received the attention of movie lovers.
In the 2013 version, young actress Hailee Steinfeld plays Juliet and together with Douglas Booth (as Romeo), both renew the great love story between the Montague family swordsman and the Capulet lady in Verona ( Italy) in the 16th century. Romeo and Juliet is always a story that is mentioned as a symbol of love on every Valentine’s Day 14/2.
9. ABOUT TIME
The film will be a sweet gift for those who love psychology, love mixed with supernatural details.
For those who love star Rachel McAdams as well as her love movies, About Time will be a suitable work to enjoy with your lover on Valentine’s. The movie revolves around a Tim Lake guy and strange troubles in his life. At the age of 21, Tim Lake was told by his father that every man in his family has the ability to go back in time.
Although he cannot change the historical events of the world, he can adjust to what happens in his life. Tim decided to use this gift from heaven to find a girlfriend. When he met the fluttering girl Mary, they fell in love, but an incident while going back in time completely erased the first meeting, causing Tim to find a way to conquer her again and again. The film will be a sweet gift for those who love psychology, love mixed with supernatural details.
10. ENDLESS LOVE
Endless Love is a remake of 1981. The 2014 version is more romantic and intense than the old version with the participation of two young emerging stars, Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde.
As a new romance drama dedicated to this year’s Valentine’s season, Endless Love is a remake of the 1981 film (starring Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt). The 2014 version will be more romantic and intense than the old version with the participation of two young emerging stars, Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde. The story begins that summer in the peaceful countryside of the US state of Georgia. The shy lady Jade Butterfield is on vacation with her family.
At first sight, Jade has a crush on young David Axelrod who is serving in the motel. David was also fond of the beautiful, gentle blonde that he thought he would never reach. The love between the two gradually rekindled and burned into a brilliant fire. However, when learning of David’s dark past, Jade’s family tries to prevent the two from being together. Both have to go through many trials and difficulties to find eternal love.
With the name Equals, the film contains the message of the soul and flesh harmony between two people as well as love will always sprout even in the driest place.
Imagine living in a world where all human emotions are suppressed to ensure a fair and safe society. Even love and interactions with the flesh are completely forbidden. Women of age will be called to work “pregnant obligation” for artificial insemination, childbirth, and child delivery to the medical center for nurture. They see emotion as a “disease” that must be eliminated. But already human, it is our instinct to find ways to control and counteract emotions. Equals’ price point is that, throughout the film, it is the process of perceiving, accepting, and fighting for the true love and feelings of Nia (Kristen Stewart) and Silas (Nicholas Hoult). With the familiar slow-moving film circuit, director Drake Doremus has extremely subtly described the psychological developments of the two main characters through each eye, a very small gesture.
Moments of hesitancy holding hands, touching as if Nia and Silas were children who had discovered the “taste” of emotions for the first time. Deep in their eyes is their desire to once enjoy the forbidden sweetness. When they are forced to break up to ensure the safety of the two, the audience can clearly feel their nostalgia and struggles. Drake describes his intense desire for nostalgia and increasing sensitivity with near-range camera angles, covered with a layer of translucent color that changes with intensity. Kristen’s acting was extremely excellent when it came to the scene where Nia ran to find Silas, hitting him while crying. She was like bursting into her deep nostalgia, their intense and passionate feelings for each other. With the name Equals, the film contains a message about the soul and flesh harmony between two people as well as love will always sprout even in the driest place.
Movie Adrift – a romantic romance based on a true story.
Adrift (Winning him from the sea) is a film inspired by the true story of a couple crossing the sea in 1983. They go to Tahiti to pursue adventures. Tami Oldham (Shailene Woodley) immediately fell in love with the sailor Richard Sharp (Sam Claflin) and the two decided to make a dream trip across the Pacific. But unexpectedly, their trip was just in time to encounter the most catastrophic storm in history. After the storm, Richard was seriously injured and the boat was destroyed. With no chance of being saved, Tami must find strength and determination to save herself and the man she loves. Winning him from the sea is a touching story about love, youth, and extraordinary energy to fight for life.