Book lovers are always going to say books are better but if we really look at it, books made some really epic romance movies and if you’re a die-hard romantic, you wouldn’t want to miss these romantic movies adapted from books.
Here’s a list of romantic movies adapted from books that you must-watch this Valentine’s Day in order to kick-start the day in a romantic mood.
Can You Keep A Secret
Based on the novel by Sophie Kinsella of the same name, Can You Keep A Secret is a 2019 movie that showcases a woman who is afraid of flying and ends up telling all her secrets to the passenger beside her on the long flight. The movie takes a turn when the passenger turns out to be her boss who is absolutely charmed by her in spite of her embarrassing behavior.
The book was published back in 2003 but it became a cute romance sensation, once the movie was released.
Five Feet Apart
This epic movie was based on a novel written by Rachel Lippincott of the same name. The movie brings two complete strangers – Stella and Will, completely different from each other together at the same hospital battling cystic fibrosis. Destiny plays its card to bring them together but they can’t be too close to each other, not less than five feet. The movie inspires the feeling of love and loss.
Let It Snow
This is a holiday-themed movie on Netflix that circles around a group of interconnected teens who find themselves entangled in each other’s lives on Christmas eve when a snowstorm falls on their small town. It’s based on the connected novellas by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle.
Simon is a teen who is in the closet and isn’t quite ready to come out to his friends and family but he is falling for a boy at school named Blue, writing emails to him. The movie is based on Becky Albertalli’s bestselling novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, and there’s even a spin-off series on Hulu called Love, Victor.
Henry is a miserable romantic who dreams to be a writer, he is disturbed when his educator makes him share the paper editor position with another student from another school, who is irritable, however, he gets used to it, despite the fact that it appears to be like she’s maintaining mysteries in this AmazonPrime Original based on a novel by Krystal Sutherland.
After We Collided
This film, based on a novel by Anna Todd of the same name, is the spin-off of After (additionally also based on a book), and it follows a youthful couple named Tessa and Hardin who meet and fall head over heels in love with her in school and the battles that their relationship phases.
To All The Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before and P.S I Still Love You
These Netflix movies are almost like a fairytale of Lara Jean, who is a hopeless romantic who gushes over all her crushes and writes letters to all of them. But she is very shy to actually send the letters to any of the boys. The twist arises when suddenly the letters get posted to all her crushes at once. The movies are based on novels of the same name.
All the Bright Places
Violet and Theodore are two teenagers who are hurting after their own misfortune. They meet up for the purpose of a school project where they need to explore the miracles of their home state, Indiana, and track down acknowledging their relationship en route. The movie is based on a novel by Jennifer Niven.
The Kissing Booth 1 and 2
The movies, based on the novels by Berth Reekles, outrun the concept of falling in love with your best friend. Elle, a high school student falls in love with her best friend’s brother which is completely out of the line as per the friendship rules but she can’t seem to resist her feelings after they kiss at a school’s fundraiser.
In this delightful adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel of the same name, Emma Woodhouse, a lady has a great time organizing love lives of people around. However, when her most recent endeavors turn out badly, Emma needs to confront the fact that, intruding has outcomes.