7 Movies on Amazon Prime That Are Too Romantic
by Kaylen Summers
There are many romantic flicks that you will never get old to watch with your loved ones. Apparently Amazon Prime has a boatload of these movies. From classics to millennials, these romantic movies can easily help you fall in love all over again with your soulmate.
Don’t mind wasting your time finding them one by one. Because we have cherry-picked them for you. So, here are some movies on Amazon Prime that are too romantic to watch.
Love & Other Drugs (2010)
Director: Edward Zwick | Writers: Edward Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz, Charles Randolph
Maggie is a lovable free spirit. She who won’t let anyone or anything tie her down. But finally, she meets her match in Jamie. He is relentless and charming and works in the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical sales. The relationship between these two takes them both by surprise. They find themselves under the spell of the superior drug: love.
Like Crazy (2011)
Director: Drake Doremus | Writers: Drake Doremus, Ben York Jones
Having trouble in long-distance relationships? Wait till you see this out. A British college student falls in love with an American student. However, fate separates the two from each other. She gets banned from the U.S. after overstaying her visa. Will the two lovers unite?! Start streaming to find out.
He’s Just Not That Into You (2009)
Director: Ken Kwapis | Writers: Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein
Remember that really cute person who promised call, but didn’t? This is one such tale. We have been there, and now we can relive it. But definitely, the ending will make you fall in love again.
The Big Sick (2017)
Director: Michael Showalter | Writers: Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon
This one is a Prime Video exclusive. Pakistan-born Kumail Nanjiani and graduate student Emily Gardner fall in love. However, with two different cultures, bad things are bound to happen. Emily contracts a mysterious illness. This forces Kumail to face her parents, his family’s expectations, and his actual feelings.
Just Like Heaven (2005)
Director: Mark Waters | Writers: Leslie Dixon, Peter Tolan
David Abbott moves into his new home in San Francisco. All seems normal. till he gets an unwelcome visitor named Elizabeth Martinson. She affirms that the apartment is hers. But, when she starts appearing and disappearing abruptly, David starts to suspect that she is a ghost.
Valentine’s Day (2010)
Director: Garry Marshall | Writers: Katherine Fugate, Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein
Valentine’s Day is about a group of related characters and their struggles with love on Valentine’s Day. With a long list of cast, as couples, this movies have almost all the possible lover scenarios that you can think of.
No Strings Attached (2011)
Director: Ivan Reitman | Writers: Elizabeth Meriwether, Elizabeth Meriwether, Michael Samonek
Emma is a busy doctor. She makes a seemingly perfect arrangement that offers her best friend Adam a relationship. However, there is one particular rule: No strings attached. Can sex friends stay best friends?!