Epic love stories you can watch this Valentines
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Epic love stories you can watch this Valentines

It is sometimes the terrible ending that makes a romantic masterpiece so fascinating

Epic love stories you can watch this Valentines

If you think about it, the best romantic movies in Hollywood aren't just about kissing and cooking. There must be a conflict, struggle, atonement, perplexing mishaps, mayhem, and occasionally a sinking ship before love conquers everything.

But, in a startling number of cases, love does not triumph. Remember that after three hours of freezing, gory Russian misery on-screen, Doctor Yuri Zhivago dies of a heart attack only moments after rediscovering Lara. At the end of 'La La Land', Mia marries someone else, and as everyone knows, Rhett Butler couldn't care less about Scarlett O'Hara once the wind had passed.

However, it is sometimes the terrible ending that makes a romantic masterpiece so fascinating. But here we have the list of movies that will make you fall in love once again. Enjoy your valentines day with these beautiful romantic movies.

It Happened One Night (1935)

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The song 'It Happened One Night' is the one that started everything. The picture, which won the coveted 'Big Five' Academy Awards, centred on a rich heiress named Ellie (Claudette Colbert) on the run to be with a guy her father disapproves of, and a working-class reporter named Peter (Clark Gable) searching for a good scoop. Over time, they develop a romantic relationship, turning the situation into a love triangle full of misconceptions. While travelling, Ellie flashing a leg is a classic moment, as is Peter displaying his bare chest to Ellie. It was nominated for all five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, and Screenplay.

Titanic (1997)

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'Titanic', directed by James Cameron, was a defining experience for moviegoers who couldn't get enough of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose's terrible love tale (Kate Winslet). The disparity in socioeconomic class adds to the intrigue of their storey of star-crossed lovers, as the Titanic's romantic grandeur gives way to epic tragedy. "Titanic" was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Song ("My Heart Will Go On").

The Notebook (2004)

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'The Notebook' is a classic tearjerker about a poor boy and a beautiful heiress who fall in love despite their social class differences. Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams) have been estranged for many years, making their eventual reunion all the more satisfying. The film's closing, modern-day sequences are what makes it so memorable, prompting moviegoers to grab for their tissues every time.

The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

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It sounds like a formula for saccharine swill: young love complicated by a pair of cancer diagnoses. However, Josh Boone's adaptation of John Green's best-selling novel is far from exploitative. Instead, it's a lovely portrayal of budding love between two individuals who, after meeting, live for every moment.

La La Land (2016)

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In Damien Chazelle's sparkling musical about two aspiring artists in Los Angeles, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling were an excellent cinematic combination. Stone and Gosling proved that even hopeless love could be incredible, whether they were soaring through the air in a planetarium or exchanging a passionate glance at Seb's. Yes, 'La La Land' lost Best Picture to 'Moonlight' in a surprise Oscar blunder, but it still won six awards.

Crazy Rich Asians" (2018)

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The genuinely bizarre aspect of 'Crazy Rich Asians' is Rachel (Constance Wu), a New York economics professor. She is furious when she flies to Singapore with her boyfriend Nick (Henry Golding) and discovers that his local family is outrageously wealthy. Oh, all good movies need tension, and she has the right to be irritated. Nick's family expects him to live in Singapore if Rachel and Nick marry so that he can run the family business. Nick never told Rachel that she might have to give up Balducci's, Greenwich Village boutiques, or her high-powered profession at some point. Worse, Nick's mother is an actual dragon who despises Rachel. Fortunately, 'Crazy Rich Asians' is a hilarious comedy.