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Celebrate love: Your ultimate Valentine's Day watch list on Lionsgate Play

February 14 ------ Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and love is in the air.  Whether you're celebrating with a special someone or enjoying the single life, Lionsgate Play has got you covered with its wide selection of romantic movies and TV shows. From heartwarming comedies to tear-jerking dramas, there's something for every love story. 


For the happily in love: Letters to Juliet 

So you've found your perfect match. Lucky you! (Sana all.) What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with Letters to Juliet? This romantic comedy will reaffirm the magic of finding 'the one' as it weaves the story of a young woman, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), who discovers a forgotten letter and embarks on a quest to unite two long-lost lovers. Toast to your own happy ending and enjoy a story that echoes 'happily ever after.'   


For the hopeless romantics: P.S. I Love You 

Whether in relationships or not, hopeless romantics hold on to the notion that love transcends all. If this sounds like you, P.S. I Love You should be on your watchlist with its heart-tugging portrayal of everlasting love.  The film follows the story of Holly (Hilary Swank), who receives letters from her late husband Gerry (Gerard Butler) that help her cope with his passing and move on to new beginnings. A poignant tale of love, loss, and healing, this movie is a must-watch for all the romantics out there.  


For the one who's still figuring things out: Normal People 

Valentine's Day can be tough if you're still navigating the unpredictable world of dating and relationships. Normal People, a TV series based on Sally Rooney's best-selling novel, explores the complexities of young love through the relationship between Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones). With its raw and honest portrayal of modern romance, this show is a relatable watch for anyone trying to figure out their love life. 


For the guilty pleasure-seeker: Twilight 

Do you want to turn off your brain and enjoy a cheesy yet satisfying love story? Then, it might be time to revisit Twilight (or finally watch it for the first time).  Follow Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) as she falls in love with Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a vampire with superhuman abilities. With its over-the-top romance and supernatural elements, this film series will make you believe in true love—even between a human and a vampire. 


This Valentine’s Day, grab your popcorn and let Lionsgate Play be your cupid! 




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