Hey it's Shelby and here's a great idea for Valentine's weekend: Rent some romantic movies! Click the link below for a list of the best romance movies of all time, according to moviefone.com.
Here are some of my favorites I picked from the list:
'Sleepless in Seattle' (1993)
It reads like a stalker tale: A woman crosses the country for a stranger. But when it's Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, it's just adorable. That we fell for a love story in which the stars only spend two minutes on screen together speaks volumes.
'The Notebook' (2004)
This story of star-crossed lovers (Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling; Gena Rowlands and James Garner) captures the heartbreak and beauty of enduring love, and it's pretty hot to boot. Teen girls hadn't swooned like this since 'Titanic.'
'Jerry Maguire' (1996)
Forget "Show me the money!" The most memorable quote in this film -- the closest thing you'll see to a "bro-mance" -- comes when Tom Cruise admits to Renee Zellweger, "You complete me." The follow-up is perfect: "Just shut up. You had me at hello." Sigh.
'An Officer and a Gentleman' (1982)
The passion between a naval officer-in-training (Richard Gere) and unhappy factory worker (Debra Winger) here is about as torrid as you can get. And his rescue of her from minimum-wage hell is pure romantic poetry.
While Whoopi Goldberg's dead-people-seeing psychic borders on the wacky (she did win an Oscar, go figure), this drama has one of the best love scenes of the decade. Messy clay. 'Unchained Melody.' Demi Moore and that perfect teardrop. Priceless.
See the full list here: