10 Quirky Movies About Love You Should Watch At Least Once In Your Life

10 Quirky Movies About Love You Should Watch At Least Once

10 Quirky Movies About Love You Should Watch At Least Once In Your Life

Tired of re-watching (500) Days of Summer over and over and over again? These movies might just be what you need to give you all the feels. Sometimes, all you need is a breath of fresh air—a love story told in a relatively different way, with a nice cinematography to boot.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Don’t we all wish we can just erase the memories of the person who broke our hearts overnight? Well, a part of us wants that. But, at the end of the day, thr bad things are actually the ones that build you.

Wicker Park

Personally, I think this is one of the most emotionally exhausting films I’ve watched. But it’s worth it really.

Take This Waltz

The third party story is familiar, but this movie gives you depth and a whole new feast of feels with the actors’ fine performances.

Two For the Road

Love movies like Blue Valentine and Revolutionary Road? You might love this film, as well. One of the best movies about the married life and relationships in general, in my opinion.

The Before Trilogy

The beauty of Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, and Before Midnight is that sense of familiarity you have with the characters. Watch all three of them in one go, you’ll know what I mean.

Lovely, Still

Because old people falling in love never fails to make a good love story. You’re in for a nice surprise in the end, too.

Stuck In Love

Before you head to cinemas this June to watch The Fault In Our Stars, why don’t you watch another great movie from its director Josh Boone first? Stuck In Love is guaranteed to make you all warm and fuzzy inside after watching the movie.

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Eagle vs. Shark

Love turns a little awkward when two socially-challenged individuals fall in love.

Amelie

Don’t let the French intimidate you, hehe. Seriously, Amelie has this spellbinding thing in it that I can’t quite put a finger on. It’s just difficult not to love it… and Audrey Tatou too.

Moonrise Kingdom

Ahh, young love. Don’t let the characters’ ages fool you into thinking this is just another love story.

Happy watching!

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6 Comments

  • Kimpee Olivar
    May 17, 2014

    When it comes to romantic stories, I always go for the cheesy, light ones, Ever After, Easy A, A Cinderella Story etc. I can watch these movies over and over again. Hahahaha

  • Ayessa De La Peña
    May 17, 2014

    Hindi nga, Kimpee? Akala ko yung mga tragic gusto mo, e. Hahaha! Joke! :))

  • Angeli Soneja
    May 18, 2014

    I watched Revolutionary Road and Blue Valentine back-to-back for Halloween 2013. Hehe.

    Also I hate to be that one person who says, "Dapat kasama sa list yung ______, " but I think Annie Hall and When Harry Met Sally deserves spots here. Aside from my love of tragic domestic dramas, I also have a thing for quirky rom coms with witty, fast-talking characters 🙂

    BTW, did you come across this list for your research? 🙂

    http://www.timeout.com/london/film/the-100-best-romantic-movies-quirky

  • Ayessa De La Peña
    May 18, 2014

    I figured dapat nga kasama yung Annie Hall, but I now have this thing for Woody Allen after that controversy sooo… Hehehe. 😮 Yung When Harry Met Sally, I don't know. I didn't… like it? But I might give it another try soon. That's just me, most people I know loved it. Hehe. 🙂

  • Angeli Soneja
    May 18, 2014

    Ohhh, bout Woody Allen. Oo nga pala :/ Benta kasi sakin yung friendship ni Harry and Sally eh 🙂

  • Des Cambaliza
    May 22, 2014

    I love Two for the Road! And Breakfast at Tiffany's 🙂

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