Six Romantic Flicks to Watch This February

Six Romantic Flicks to Watch This February

Whether you’re single or taken, you’ll surely feel the love with these films



Love is in the air once more. If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, I suggest getting a box of popcorn and watching a romantic film. Not only can you do it in the comfort of your own home but it doesn’t break the bank, too. So whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s alone, with the gals or with a special someone, here are some flicks that will make you feel the love this February!


She’s Dating the Gangster


To make his ex jealous, campus heartthrob and gangster Kenji (Daniel Padilla) asks fellow student Athena (Kathryn Bernardo) to be his fake girlfriend. Eventually, they actually fall in love—but not without many twists and turns. She’s Dating the Gangster is one of KathNiel’s iconic films and is a must-watch if you miss seeing the two on the big screen.




Love isn’t all sunshine and roses. Years after their break up, former college sweethearts Christine (Liza Soberano) and Raf (Enrique Gil) cross paths and past feelings reemerge. Alone/Together is a relatable flick that showcases the two at different phases of their lives—from being idealistic students to becoming career-oriented people navigating a harsh world. Plus it features beautiful scenes from UP Diliman and New York!


One More Chance


One More Chance tells the story of longtime couple Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) and Basha (Bea Alonzo). But given their different ambitions, the two break up and go their separate ways. Will they give each other another chance? Aside from it being a classic hugot movie, One More Chance is going to be staged as a musical this year, too!


Love, Simon


Simon (Nick Robinson) has a big secret: he’s gay—and unfortunately for him, a blackmailer threatens to out him to everyone in their high school. Based on the book entitled Simon and the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Love, Simon is a coming-of-age story centered on a teenage boy who is learning to come to terms with his identity as well as navigate his relationships with his family and friends. 


13 Going on 30


Recall those days when you were a kid who just wanted to grow up. If you can relate, 13 Going on 30 may be the film for you. The flick first introduces us to 13-year-old Jenna (Christa Allen), who wants nothing more than a glamorous life and a boyfriend to match. On her birthday, her wishes suddenly came true and she awakens to a 30-year-old (Jennifer Garner) version of herself. But her seemingly ideal life is not what it seems after all. All in all, 13 Going on 30 is the perfect reminder to take your time and not rush life and love. 


Pride & Prejudice


An adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel of the same name, Pride & Prejudice introduces us to the Bennett sisters, who are learning to navigate life and love in 19th-century Europe. Specifically, the story centers on outspoken Elizabeth (Keira Knightley), who meets a rich yet reserved man named Mr. Darcy. Will love prevail over their own pride and prejudice against each other? Pride & Prejudice is a timeless flick that will make you understand why so many people are head over heels for Mr. Darcy! 


What other romantic flicks do you love? Let us know in the comments below!



Words MJ Viernes

Art Macky Arquilla


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