When Valentine’s Day rolls around you may think that all you have to do is get a reservation at her favorite restaurant, pick up some flowers and chocolates, and you’re all set. While that scenario is always nice, why not make this Valentine’s Day a little more special and a little more personalized? Instead of spending your evening in an overbooked restaurant, why not make the evening a little more about the two of your? You can call your favorite caterer to bring by a gourmet meal, or just order all your loved ones favorite foods. Then to top off the evening why not rent a movie that will add to Valentine’s Day? If you are unsure of what to rent here are the best Valentine’s Day movie rentals-
- Intolerable Cruelty-This romantic comedy was released in 2003. The movie stars George Clooney as Miles and Catherine Zeta-Jones as Marylin. George Clooney plays uber-sucessful divorce attorney Miles Massey. Miles has everything that he could possibly hope for, when it comes to money. He’s invincible and on his way to the top when he meets Zeta-Jones’ captivating character Marylin Rexroth. Unbeknownst to Miles, Marylin is out for revenge, after being destroyed in court. The beautiful Marylin puts Miles in a position that he is unaccustomed to-having to go after something that he wants.
- Sweet November-This tender romance was released in 2001. The movie stars Keanu Reeves as Nelson Moss and Charlize Theron as Sara Deever. Reeves stars in the movie as Nelson, who is a San Francisco ad executive, who is only devoted to his career. One day at the DMV he meets Sara while taking a driving test. She strikes him as vastly different from the other women in his life. After a chance meeting, Nelson ends up having his life changed forever, when he lives with her through a very special November.
- P.S. I Love You-This touching romantic comedy was released in 2007. The movie stars Hilary Swank as Holly and Gerard Butler as Gerry. Holly and Gerry are happily married, when a sudden illness takes Gerry and the life right out of Holly. Nobody seems able to help Holly, except the one person who isn’t there. Just when all seems lost, letters begin to arrive from Gerry, who planned ahead in order to help Holly. The first letter arrives on her 30th birthday, in the form of a cake. It has a tape recording from Gerry who encourages Holly to get out and celebrate herself. In the following weeks and months, more letters are delivered from Gerry in surprising ways. The letters send her on new adventures that force her to discover her true self. Most importantly each letter is signed P.S. I Love You. Each of the letters becomes a stepping stone in helping Holly find a new future and a new beginning for life.
- You’ve Got Mail-This iconic romantic comedy that was directed by Nora Ephron was released in 1998. The movie stars Tom Hanks as Joe Fox and Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly. The movie begins when the owner of a large bookstore chain starts putting the owner of a small local bookstore out of business. However, unbeknownst to each other, they have been corresponding over the Internet without knowing who either of them are. While they can’t stand each other in person, over the Internet they are very attracted. He finds out who she is but she doesn’t know. The turn of events comes when he finds out who she is and likes her, but she still doesn’t like him. Whatever ensues makes it a movie worth watching.