What is YOUR Valentine’s Day movie?

i am starstruck valentinesLove is in the air and whether you’re single or attached, watching a fun flick makes for a perfect V-Day activity.  I Am Starstruck‘s movie reviewer and guest blogger Katerina Papathanasopoulos has compiled her recommendations of must-see flicks this Valentine’s Day.

Valentines Day, let’s face it, you can either embrace it or hate it.  It has definitely changed dramatically from the days of its inception.  It can mean different things to many, and there’s also a variety of ways to celebrate it.

This post focuses on the entertainment aspect of it, looking at the world of cinema.  Nowadays we can pick and choose what we want to watch, not only that, but when and where.  So for those of you wanting to celebrate —film festival style, we’ve put together a list of our top 80 for different occasions.

Disclaimer: Most of these films can fit into a variety of categories. Enjoy.


Lady Audrey knew the language of love

Lady Audrey knew the language of love

Annie Hall

The Bridges of Madison County

Brief Encounter

Calamity Jane


Falling in Love

Funny Face

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

The Ghost and Mrs Muir

How to Marry a Millionaire

The King and I

The Last of the Mohicans

My Fair Lady

Now Voyager

Out of Africa

Paris when it Sizzles

Roman Holiday


Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

The Way We Were


Umm Mr Ryan Gosling is in this movie.. enough said!

Umm Mr Ryan Gosling is in this movie.. enough said!

A Knights Tale

Bride and Prejudice

Cold Mountain

Crazy, Stupid, Love

Father of the Bride


How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Jane Austen Book Club

Kate and Leopold

Love Actually

Moulin Rouge

Notting Hill

The Proposal

Romeo + Juliet

Silver Linings Playbook

This Means War

Time Travellers Wife


What’s Up Doc?

10 Things I Hate About You


We don't know what's more irresistibly tempting.. chocolate or Johnny Depp?!

We don’t know what’s more irresistibly tempting.. chocolate or Johnny Depp?!





Dirty Dancing

Eat. Pray. Love

The English Patient

The Holiday

Leap Year

Letters to Juliet

Mamma Mia!

My Best Friends Wedding

The Notebook

Pride and Prejudice

P.S. I Love You

Shakespeare in Love

Sleepless in Seattle

Sliding Doors

27 Dresses

Valentine’s Day

—There’s always the option of having a red curtain collection (Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge) or Nicholas Sparks (Message in a Bottle, A Walk to Remember, The Notebook, Nights in Rodanthe, Dear John, The Last Song, The Lucky One and Safe Haven) movie marathon.


Haven't we all dreamed of landing an Italian pop star boyfriend when overseas on a school trip?!

Haven’t we all dreamed of landing an Italian pop star boyfriend when overseas on a school trip?!

A Cinderella Story




Beauty and the Beast

Ella Enchanted

Ever After

Gnomeo and Juliet

The Little Mermaid

The Lizzie McGuire Movie

Monte Carlo

The Perfect Man


The Princess Diaries

Sleeping Beauty

The Swan Princess





If you want to take a loved one to the cinema here are some great options: Winter’s Tale, Endless Love, Frozen and Are we Officially Dating? 

Also, select cinemas are showing The Notebook and special Moonlight cinema screenings of Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Ghost on Valentines Day.

What films get you in the mood for some lovin’?  Let us know by joining the conversation on our official Facebook page or tweet us.

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