Get in the mood for an awesome summer with these seven summer romance movies that will have you pining for hot sandy beaches, palm trees and a summer fling. So grab that special friend, curl up on the couch with a cold glass of lemonade and make your way down this list!
Starring Amanda Seyfried as Sophie, this movies focuses on love young and old. When Sophie takes a pre-wedding trip with her fiancé during the summer to Verona, Italy, she visits the well-known Verona courtyard of Juliet where many unanswered letters about love remain. When Sophie finds a letter written by a woman named Claire (Vanessa Redgrave) she becomes intrigued by her story and decides to answer the letter herself. Soon, Claire makes her way to Verona, and the two set out to find Claire's long-lost love. A classic tale of the one who got away, this movie will show you what true love is really about.
When Ronnie (Miley Cyrus) and her younger brother are sent to their father's beach house for the summer, she couldn't be any more angry - but things soon take a turn for the better. When Ronnie starts to fall in love with a handsome local boy (Liam Hemsworth), she starts to rekindle her relationship with music, a passion her and father both share. With the summer coming to a close and school just around the corner, Ronnie must work to repair the damage between her father and before it's to late.
This is a must-see comedy for all romance lovers. When Jamie (Mila Kunis) meets Dylan (Justin Timberlake) in New York, they believe that keeping their relationship purely physical will work just fine. At first it does - that is until Dylan takes Jamie for a summer getaway to his family's beach house in L.A., and Jamie realizes how she truly feels about him. Both Jamie and Dylan have had bad relationship experiences in the past, and must work to overcome their fears in order to be with one another.
This is an honest story about how love can be a whirlwind of confusion, happiness and heartbreak. When Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) meets Summer ( Zooey Deschanel), he's convinced that she's the one. However, unfortunately for him, Summer does not believe in relationships or exclusive titles. As Tom falls more and more in love with Summer, he starts to get an idea of what true love really means, and who he should share it with. This story will take you through 500 days of summer, Tom and Summer's relationship and the ups, downs, and excitement of young love.
A happy-go-lucky young couple decides to get married against the wishes of Sarah's (Brittany Murphy) family. The newlyweds head out on a summer-long honeymoon in Europe, leaving behind sunny Los Angeles and Sarah's snooty parents, for the snowy alps. As soon as they arrive, everything goes wrong. Tom (Ashton Kutcher) is haunted by the feeling that Sarah's ex-boyfriend Peter is trying to break them up. In a foreign country with a bunch of wacky obstacles, Sarah and Tom must fight to survive the post-wedding blues.
In the 15 years since they met at summer camp, Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) have run into each other a few times, but never given each other much attention. Now, 15 summers later, at the local flea market, Adam spots Emma, and after an awkward hug, they finally decide to exchange phone numbers. They fall into a comfortable relationship where they only use each other for their “dire” needs. All is going well until Adam does the unthinkable and falls for Emma. In this heartwarming story, Adam must work to convince Emma that he is capable of a meaningful relationship.
An absolute classic, this timeless tale of love focuses on an elderly man in a nursing home reading to a sweet old woman, who is also a patient. He tells her the tale of two young lovers named Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling), who after meeting at a carnival, fall in love during the summer. However, when summer ends, so does their romance. After writing to Allie for a year with no response, Noah tries to move on with his life. Now, years later, they meet again and neither can deny how in love they are with one another. Will they be able to get past the years lost? A beautiful story about holding on to the one you truly love, you can't miss out on The Notebook.Login or register to post comments. All comments have to go through a queue for approval to keep the nasty stuff out, but we'll post yours as soon as we can.