Love movies have been around since the early days of Hollywood, and they continue to be extremely popular today. Often, love movies are about two people who fall in love and must overcome some obstacle to stay together. They can be very romantic and often have a happy ending. Love movies appeal to many people because they offer hope and a sense of possibility. They can be a great escape from the everyday problems of life. Love movies come in all shapes and sizes. There are the classic Hollywood romances, the cheesy Lifetime movies, and the more modern, edgy films. But whatever the style, love movies all have one thing in common: they make us believe in the power of love.
Here are three of our favorite love movies:
The Notebook: This classic love story is about a poor, rural man who falls in love with a wealthy woman. They are forced apart by her family, but they find their way back to each other and stay together until the end. When I was younger, I used to love reading romantic stories. I would imagine myself as the heroine, swept off my feet by the dashing hero. I would daydream about our adventures together and the happy ending we would share. One of my favourite stories was The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks. I loved the story of Noah and Allie, and how their love never died, even though they were forced to be apart. I would read the book over and over again, and each time, I would imagine myself in Allie’s shoes. Now, I am lucky enough to be living my own love story. I am married to the man of my dreams, and we have our own adventures together. We don’t always have a happy ending, but that’s okay, because our love is strong enough to weather any storm. And every time I read The Notebook, I am reminded of my own happy ending.
The Fault in Our Stars: This is a more modern love story about two teens who meet and fall in love in a cancer support group. Even though they know their time together will be short, they make the most of every moment and their love is truly inspirational. It is said that to err is human. We all make mistakes, and we all have our faults. But what happens when our faults lead to tragedy? Such is the case in The Fault in Our Stars, a novel by John Green. The story follows Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16-year-old girl with cancer, and Augustus Waters, a 17-year-old boy in remission from osteosarcoma. Hazel and Gus meet at a cancer support group and quickly fall in love. However, their relationship is fraught with difficulties, not the least of which is the knowledge that Hazel’s cancer is terminal. The novel is a heartbreaking exploration of love, loss, and hope. Green masterfully weaves together the medical realities of cancer with the emotional roller coaster of adolescence. The result is a novel that is both heart-wrenching and life-affirming. The Fault in Our Stars is a reminder that life is precious and fragile. It is a reminder that we all have our faults, but that doesn’t mean we should give up on love.
Love, Actually: This is a fun, feel-good movie about love in all its forms. From the romantic to the platonic to the familial, this movie explores the many different types of love that make up our lives. Not only about lives that involve with love but soul as well, our soul will changed real much when it comes to love, this is the movie that will let you understood about how strong can a love be, the pair in this movie are really a pair of stunning couple!
In conclusion, love are always full of surprises. It’s not just about responsibility, your partner can be one of the reason you changed. Celebrities are one of the main example to give here, some of them could settle down quietly and happily ever after but some of them chose to divorce. So of course, we always cherish those we love for sure!