In these long-awaited summer months, nothing seems better than soaking up the sun at the beach, swimming in the pool or grilling out at night watching the sunset. However, if you're looking to beat the heat, nothing is yummier than snuggling up to your boyfriend (or best friend!) and popping in a romantic movie. It's the perfect opportunity to escape reality, stress and humidity, and instead embrace comedy, heartache and, most importantly, love.
Careful with the rom-com section on Netflix.
It is easy to think that romance movies create false expectations when it comes to love and relationships. As much as we may envy or despise the characters and storylines of romance movies, do they really have a negative effect on our relationships? According to research, the answer is no.
Your hands brush while reaching for the same avocado at Whole Foods and it's love at first sight. You lock eyes at an art gallery and elope that day. You spill coffee on him on your way to work, he finds your klutziness impossibly charming, and you live happily ever after. It's called a meet-cute—a scenario in which potential romantic partners meet in an especially adorable, whimsical, impossibly romantic way—and though romantic comedies would have you believe that this is how people meet and fall in love all the time in real life, you yourself can probably
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It's Friday night, and nothing sounds better than cozying up together in bed with takeout, a beautiful bottle of wine and a full Netflix queue that's just calling your name. We know, we know. This Friday night happens to be Valentine's Day. But why should a snuggle-fest on February 14th be any less delicious? Rev up your Tivo Roamio Plus, because you're about to embark on a 72-hour TV fest.
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If you're looking to beat the heat, nothing is yummier than snuggling up to your boyfriend (or your best friend!) and popping in a romantic movie. It's the perfect opportunity to escape reality, stress and humidity, and instead embrace comedy, heartache and, most importantly, love.
We've put together a list of the 10 must-see flicks that are sure to knock that bad mood and make you smile, laugh, or at least forget about what's bothering you for a few hours. Today is National Cheer Up the Lonely Day, and this is your one-stop shop to cheer you up.
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Sitting across from Emily Blunt and Alison Brie, one can get a really accurate sense of what days on the set of The Five-Year Engagement were like – there were probably a ton of laughs at the expense of their co-star Jason Segel, and some girly heart-to-hearts about the actresses' own love lives. With a movie premise as surprisingly real as this one, how could there not have been?
The cult 90s movie every girl grows up to worship in some manner is being bashed by none other than the guy who was in it: Richard Gere.