Cinema, Be Mine

Valentine's Day and its curious history
Whatever your feelings toward Valentine's Day, the world of cinema has a plethora of stories that capture love's full spectrum, from the triumphant to the transgressive, the swooning to the sinister. Whether you find yourself blissfully snuggled up with a lover, luxuriating in self-adoration, or resisting the urge to drunk text your ex, we've got the perfect film to match your mood.
Ultra Romance
“Casablanca" (1942)
"In the Mood for Love" (2000)
“Pride and Prejudice" (2005)
“Titanic" (1997)
“Romeo + Juliet" (1996)
Self-Love Stories
“Sabrina” (1954)
"Moonlight" (2016)
"Amélie" (2001)
"The Young Victoria" (2009)
"La La Land" (2016)
"Love & Basketball" (2000)
"The War of the Roses" (1989)
“Saltburn” (2003)
“She- Devil” (1989)
"Fatal Attraction" (1987)
"Gone Girl" (2014)
"Obsessed" (2009)
"Heathers" (1988)
Love Less Explored
“Heartburn” (1986)
"Lost in Translation" (2003)
“Harold and Maude” (1971)
“Legend” (1986)
"The Shape of Water" (2017)
"Her" (2013)
"Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (2004)
"Call Me by Your Name" (2017)
"Y Tu Mamá También" (2001)
"Love Jones" (1997)
“Poor Things” (2023) 
"Secretary" (2002)
"The Dreamers" (2003)