Best Romantic Comedies for Valentine’s Day in your State
What if for Valentine’s Day, we spent a nice evening watching these popular romantic movies and their happy end, a bit cliché but oh, so comforting?
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, which means many of you are desperately trying to secure a reservation at that candlelit Italian place you love so much. Should you not prevail, don’t worry: there are a few other Valentine’s Day dates you still have time to plan.
We’re pretty sure you still have a favorite romantic comedy that you love to curl up on the sofa and watch. CompariTech investigated in the United States to find out which rom-com is the most popular in each state using data from Google Trends so don’t worry, they got you covered.
Here are a few favorites that stood out to us at BELLO:
- For the Cupids: “Clueless”, a CALIFORNIA favorite:
This coming-of-age movie which is loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma has stood the test of time. Rich high-school girl, Cher (Alicia Silverstone), is coming to terms with adolescence and all it entails while helping a new student gain popularity.
- For people in the friend-zone: “When Harry Met Sally”,a NEW-YORK favorite :
Released in 1989, this iconic film features Meg Ryan, Billy Crystal, and that infamous fake orgasm. It’s based on two college friends who try to figure out how they feel about one another when they are reunited several years after graduation.
- For company assistants: “The Proposal”, the ALASKA favorite:
Starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, The Proposal sees Margaret (Bullock), a New York editor, trying to convince Andrew (Reynolds) to marry her so he can receive a promotion (and she can fight off her imminent deportation to Canada). However, a trip to Andrew’s hometown (in Alaska), offers up a few surprises.
- For those who want to change their lives: “His Girl Friday”, a MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA and NORTH CAROLINA favorite:
It’s a screwball comedy featuring Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant who play ex-husband and -wife. Grant (a newspaper editor called Walter Burns) tries to stop Russell (an investigative reporter called Hildy Johnson) from settling into domestic life with her new fiancé.
In the mood for love? We have your program for February 14th
By Justine Duclaux
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