- Spend a romantic evening for two - probably many have this idea on Valentine's Day. There is a cuddly DVD evening just the thing. We have put together the most sensitive and beautiful films for you - no matter which one you choose, there is nothing in the way of a romantic evening.
- The most beautiful love movies on DVD
- WATER FOR THE ELEPHANTS by Francis Lawrence
- BLUE VALENTINE by Derek Cianfrance
- VALENTINE DAY by Gary Marshall
- FRIENDS WITH CERTAIN PROPERTIES by Will Gluck
- THE NAKED TRUTH by Robert Luketi
- THE LIGHT OF SILENCE by Lasse Hallström
- MIDNIGHT IN PARIS by Woody Allen
- LAST NIGHT by Massy Tedjedin
- BRUTALARM by Paul Feig
- IF LOVE WAS SO SIMPLE by Nancy Meyers
- LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS by Edward Zwick
These Are The Best Movies Of 2017 (March 2019).
Spend a romantic evening for two - probably many have this idea on Valentine's Day. There is a cuddly DVD evening just the thing. We have put together the most sensitive and beautiful films for you - no matter which one you choose, there is nothing in the way of a romantic evening.
The most beautiful love movies on DVD
WATER FOR THE ELEPHANTS by Francis Lawrence
Beautifully staged novel adaptation with star cast: The young vet Jakob (Robert Pattinson) joins a traveling circus and meets there the beautiful art rider Marlena (Reese Witherspoon). What could become a beautiful love relationship is hindered by her marriage to the ringmaster August Rosenbluth (Christoph Waltz). The setting of the 30s and the circus world is staged fairy tale, telling the story soulfully.$config[ads_text] not found
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BLUE VALENTINE by Derek Cianfrance
For those who are not into the honeymoon romance, let Blue Valentine with Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams take care of it. The two play a very young couple who got married early and got a daughter and now, after six years of marriage, is deeply in a relationship crisis. Everyday life, unfulfilled potential and mutual disillusionment have let the initially great love go out. With a romantic getaway, the two want to test whether their love does not have a chance. Realistically told, thanks to great acting performance.
VALENTINE DAY by Gary Marshall
Valentine's Day in Los Angeles. The love and relationship confusion of seemingly independent city dwellers make the audience smile and ponder over life and love. Popcorn cinema at its best.
FRIENDS WITH CERTAIN PROPERTIES by Will Gluck
Art Director Dylan (Justin Timberlake) moves from LA to New York, convinced by the arguments of headhunter Jamie (Mila Kunis). He is new to the city, she has too much stress for a private life. They both do not want a relationship. A platonic friendship becomes a non-platonic friendship with certain advantages. And maybe a little bit more. The plot sounds superficial, the end is sneaky, but in between the film surprises with unexpected profundity and emotional complexity.
THE NAKED TRUTH by Robert Luketi
Abby (Katherine Heigl) is a successful TV producer - until her new partner, Macho Mike (Gerard Butler), completely upsets her. The two conclude a deal: He should help her to finally catch the man of her dreams. She makes sure he keeps his job. But in the end everything is different.
THE LIGHT OF SILENCE by Lasse Hallström
John (Channing Tatum) and Savannah (Amanda Seyfried) spend an unforgettable summer together and for both it is the love of their lives. Before you can finally begin their life together, John is only once again to return to his unit. But fate does not mean it well with the couple.
MIDNIGHT IN PARIS by Woody Allen
"Midnight in Paris" is a declaration of love. To Paris, to art and literature, to love itself. Writer Gil (Owen Wilson) spends his holidays in Paris with his fiancée Inez (Rachel McAdams) and their parents. It quickly becomes clear that they not only imagine their vacation planning differently, but that their whole relationship is on thin ice. Woody Allen stages a wonderfully fairy-tale film in which reality and fantasy are charmingly combined.
LAST NIGHT by Massy Tedjedin
Four people entangled in a tangle of relationships. The couple Michael and Joanna Reed (Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley) are happily married. While Michael is on a business trip with his lovely new colleague Laura (Eva Mendes), Joanna unexpectedly meets her ex-lover Alex (Guillaume Canet) again. We accompany the four during one night. A lot happens and a lot does not happen. The film gives no answers and does not hold any moral predators, but it raises many questions: What is loyalty? What is infidelity? What is love?
BRUTALARM by Paul Feig
If you want to laugh loudly, you do yourself a favor with the comedy "Brautalarm". US comedy star Kristen Wiig plays Annie, a woman whose relationship and professional life are currently not rosy. And then her best friend wants to marry and she should be the maid of honor. That means a lot of planning, a lot of stress and a lot of confrontation with their own dissatisfaction. To make matters worse, she also has to deal with the bitchy girlfriends of the bride. "Hangover" for women, but very charming.
IF LOVE WAS SO SIMPLE by Nancy Meyers
At the college graduation ceremony of her son, Jane (Meryl Streep) meets her ex-husband Jake (Alec Baldwin) again. It seems to be crackling between the two of them. Unfortunately, there are two problems: Jane has a worshiper and Jake is married.
LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS by Edward Zwick
Pharmaceutical Representative Jamie (Jake Gyllenhaal) meets Lively Maggie (Anne Hathaway). Both do not want a steady relationship, but more than both will like to admit to their casual affair. But that is not so easy with happiness. Maggie has decided Parkinson's and that's why she does not tie anyone.