10 Movies to Watch With Your Boyfriend



One of the biggest challenges of a couple deeply in love is to make a choice of movie. In addition, unless you are among those rare lucky couples that have the same taste in television shows and films, the very decision to spend time watching a movie together is sure to conjure up images of an unending battle over the remote control. However, believe it or not, there are actually a few movies that your boyfriend is bound to love, and that is sure to liven up a date night, while making it memorable for days after.

Here is a quick rundown of the top 10 movies to watch with your boyfriend:

#1 The Wedding Singer

This 1988 American comedy film is a must-watch for every die-hard fan of Adam Sandler. Everything about the movie, right from the quaint 80's setting and perfectly-styled clothes, to the music and cultural references, has a touch of charming, old school romance in it. The screenplay is interesting and the movie is refreshingly different. The chemistry between the lead pair is enthralling and leaves you with a wistful feeling of having the same kind of passion in your relationship. The tense, highbrow moments are exactly followed by a generous dose of comedy offered by the supporting cast, which is so lovable that you would want to hug them. Overall, it is one of those films that would make you feel warm, fuzzy and lucky to be in love.

#2 When Harry Met Sally

Dubbed as the "mother of rom-coms", this movie is basically a 1989 inspiration of most romantic comedies made today. Directed by Rob Reiner, the movie features Billy Crystal (Harry) and Meg Ryan (Sally) have the roles of Harry and Sally respectively. The story revolves around the concept of friend zone, and how two graduates end up realizing their true feelings for each other after being close friends for a short period of time. While the plot is purely romance, the story focuses on the concept of friendship, and suggests that two lovers need to be friends in order to have a successful romantic relationship. What's charming about the movie is that every moment has been laced with genuine warmth and tenderness, and every conversation is memorable, so much so that the climax, despite being predictable, is endearing to watch.

#3 Begin Again

Starring Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley, the John Carney directed film is a 2013 American musical comedy that paints an enchanting portrait of a musical collaboration between two ambitious songwriters, set to the lingering soundtrack of a breezy summer in New York city. With a dream cast, eclectic chemistry, refreshing screenplay and great music, this movie is one that is sure to stay in your memories, long after you have switched back to your favorite television series.

#4 Juno

Released in the year 2007, Jason Reitman's Juno is the movie that is laced with dreamy moments, relatable characters, and a fast-paced screenplay that begins with a lively screwball comedy act and ends as a beautiful portrait of the lead characters, Ellen Paige and Michael Cera. The movie basically deals with the harsh reality of dealing with a teenage pregnancy with grace and healthy humor. If you are looking to watch a movie, that will make you laugh and cry at the same time, and is bound to strike up an exciting, intelligent conversation afterward, then 'Juno' is your answer.

#5 You’ve Got Mail

Directed by Nora Ephron, this 1998 rom-com features Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks as two young people involved in an online romance and blissfully unaware of the fact that they also are business rivals to each other. While it is no doubt a sappy movie, the chemistry between the lead pair is so amazing that you can't help but smile through the entire movie. In addition, the teary-eyed, endearing climax is sure to leave you in a warm and cuddly mood for hours.

#6 Moonrise Kingdom

This film was shot on a verdant island off the shores of New England in the early 1960's. The film follows the story of a young boy and girl who fall in love and flee away to a secluded island in an attempt to escape the unending obstacles in their love life. Directed by Wes Anderson, the movie is testament to the beauty and innocence of childhood love. Its major attractions are the fairy tale cinematography and goofy characters, which appeal to your romantic heart, and make you feel thankful to be born in a relatively progressive society.

#7 Date Night

Shawn Lewis’ Date Night is a modern-day rendition of romance. Starring Tina Fey and Steve Carrell, the 2010 movie follows the story of a typical suburban couple who go on a regular date one night only to find themselves in the midst of a hilarious and unpredictable misadventure. The quirky couple and the ample comic relief provided by the supporting cast will have your partner and you giggling until your jaws and sides hurt!

#8 Amelie

Amelie is one of those few movies that you can see endless number of times and yet find something new to rave about every single time. It features Audrey Tautou as the eccentric, imaginative, slightly weird, and yet relatable Amelie who embarks on a journey to make others happy through her goofy actions. Then comes Nino Quincampoix (played by Mathieu Kassovitz) who shares Amelie's love for strange, goofy things. As expected, what follows next is an unpredictable journey interspersed with funny, sad and lovey-dovey moments that will warm your heart and have you smiling unknowingly. It is a magical movie that dispels the commonly held belief that one needs to be perfect in order to be loved.  I recommend to visit an answers for students service to read more about relations with boyfriend.

#9 Annie Hall

If you are a die-hard romantic, you must have definitely watched Annie Hall quite a few times. Well, then it's time to rope in your boyfriend for your next movie-date night to watch this lovable, breezy, even if slightly neurotic story. Touted as one of the finest works of Woody Allen, Annie Hall tells the tale of Alvy Singer and his fluctuating affair with Annie Hall (played by Diane Keaton). Replete with intellectual cultural references, this witty, honest and refreshingly unconventional rom-com is both sad and hysterically funny, with lively moments and a plot that never gets old.

#10 Before Sunrise

Few movies will touch the heart of your impatient, action-loving boyfriend, as Before Sunrise will. This remarkable recreation of a traditional romantic plot is based on a story of chance encounter between a young boy and girl who feel an instant connection for each other, and then forget their destinations to explore the beautiful city of Vienna and enjoy each other's company in the process. What makes this simple movie special is the real and palpable chemistry between Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy), the innocence of nascent love, and light-hearted conversations that seem casual and yet strengthen their romantic bond with every word (spoken or not). It is wonderful, albeit sad, and if your boyfriend loves it, he will surely love the sequel even more.


The movie you choose should set a light and romantic mood without being very cheesy or boring. You want something that is easy to understand and still unpredictable. Most of all, you want a movie that doesn't need you and your boyfriend to pay close attention to, just in case you both get a tad "distracted". Don't worry, the aforementioned list of movies will do all of that.


Prepared by Jennifer Broflowski,


Writer and editor at StudyFaq





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