Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so why not celebrate it with one of our favorite traditional love stories from film and television? Pop in one of these DVDs, and you and your valentine are guaranteed to have a romantic evening!
If we missed any of your favorites, leave a comment below.
Full Metal Jacket
This touching scene between a soldier and a lonely young woman in Vietnam will warm your heart. “Me love you long time” she promises. Will he break her heart in the end?
A fighter pilot struggles with his sexuality, and discovers that true love was riding his tail all along.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Nancy meets Freddy who just happens to be the man of every teenaged girl’s dreams! You’ll melt when you see how much trouble he goes through to declare himself her boyfriend.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
In the sequel, Freddy returns as part Cupid, part homosexual mentor, and part Fairy Godmother to help Jesse explore his sexuality and find true love. The shower scene is sure to give you the Valentine’s Day feels!
In the midst of World War II, a Nazi soldier catches sight of a beautiful young Jewish girl and immediately falls in love. She must escape a dangerous situation and he cannot stop her from leaving. Afterward, he spends years searching for her. Can their forbidden love withstand the trials of war?
Friday the 13th
On Valentine’s Day Eve, a masked, mysterious stranger wants to make sure these young lovers have a night like no other!
After falling madly in love with Dan, a man who is already married, Alex shows her continued devotion by preparing dinner for him and his family.
For two movies, they were enemies. In Rocky III, the looming threat of Mr. T. has brought these two together, forever, finding love in the eye of the tiger.
Oh, cool, a television show about Hannibal Lecter’s years in the wild before he was incarcerated! Wait, this show is actually one big metaphor about a man accepting his inner homosexuality using murder as the catalyst? For real? For real.
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Truthfully, we haven’t seen this one yet, but come on, we all know how this is going to end, and it’s not going to be with Wonder Woman. There’s a reason why it’s a V instead of Vs. V IS FOR VALENTINE! “Tell me, do you bleed?” is just Batman politely asking Superman if his anus is ready.