Community·Posted on Feb 10, 202010 Movies You Need To Watch On Valentine's DayIt's all about love.by MarinaRBCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. 27 Dresses 20th Century Fox This movie is the perfect example of what a rom-com should be. Yes, it's full of clichés, but come on, that's why we watch romantic comedies, right? 2. Dirty Dancing Vestron Pictures It's the perfect combination: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, dance, love, passion, rebellion, and the '60s. There's nothing else that can top that! 3. Cruel Intentions Columbia Pictures The title says it all: untrustworthy friendships, spoiled rich kids, sex, playfulness... Plus, you get to see Reese Witherspoon from the '90s! 4. Isn't It Romantic Warner Bros. Ok, so maybe you're not into romantic movies. This movie is basically a romantic comedy making fun of romantic comedies and that's fantastic. 5. The Notebook New Line Cinema There's only one word to describe their beautiful love story: forever. The love is so strong in this movie, and it's easily one of the most romantic love stories of all time. 6. Chocolat Miramax Films Johnny Depp and Juliette Binoche play Roux and Vianne who live in the 1950s French countryside where their arrival is seen as a threat to the peaceful village. And...there's chocolate...lots of chocolate. 7. Pride And Prejudice Focus Features Pride and Prejudice is one of the most romantic Victorian novels. If you love the book already then you're in for a treat with this wonderful adaptation! 8. Kamasutra: A Tale Of Love Trimark Pictures Set in 16th century India, this story tells of the beautiful servant Maya who is chosen by Prince Raj Singh to become his courtesan. But Maya is in love with Raj's sculptor Jai Kumar. 9. Sex And The City: The Movie New Line Cinema / HBO Films When you've been in a 10-year relationship, what could possibly go wrong on your wedding day? Be ready to cry, laugh, and be amazed by the fashion and close-knit friendships. 10. Titanic Paramount Pictures This movie made so many people cry for the past two decades, and it surely isn't going to stop anytime soon. Titanic is simply a must-see classic.