• 5 Must-watch Movies and TV Shows this Valentine’s

      Who’s up for a movie marathon?

      Whether you want to celebrate romance or avoid it completely, here are five binge-watching ideas just for you.

      For when you need a great style romantic comedy with Oscars buzz: The Big Sick

      From Wikipedia

      There's no better day of the year to watch a lighthearted comedy than Valentine's Day. Keeping in mind that there are a lot of movies in this category, Silicon Valley performer Kumail Nanjiani created an awesome work to add to this genre that’s definitely worth seeing. In an uncommon romantic comedy told from the man's point of view, Kumail plays an adaptation of himself dating Emily (Zoe Kazan), who falls gravely sick after they separate. While she's in an instigated trance state, Kumail bonds with her folks (the delightful Ray Romano and Holly Hunter).

      Devastating love affair: Carol

      From IMDB

      The movie is about a narrative of a wedded lady who becomes enamored with a shopgirl in the 1950s. Sentimental and passionate with a tragic spin to it, the film is a must-watch.

      For those who love Shakespearean movies: Much Ado About Nothing (2012)

      From IMDB

      Joss Whedon had to take a break to film a relaxed, high contrast Shakespearean work. The result? This rom-com starred by Amy Acker who nailed her performance.

      A story of love triangles and controversy: Jane the Virgin

      From IMDB

      The CW series created this drama through various romantic stages which revolve around several love triangles and heartbreaking encounters. A little spoiler: Happy ever after isn’t a concept for this show.

      For those who have broken up with their partners but are ironically grateful for it: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

      From IMDB

      Amy Sherman-Palladino’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel depicts the story of a 1950s housewife who was dumped by her husband but ends up turning celebrating her predicament through a stand-up comedy. Stars Rachel Brosnahan who plays Mrs. Maisel, the show celebrates the strength and dignity of a woman.

      (Dominic Yasay)
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