12 Movies To Watch With Your Boyfriend/ Husband
What can be the essential men’s movie library? Something including Star Treks, Terminator, X-men and all? Yes, definitely. But there are many more movies that your boyfriend and husband will love, and you will too.
So here goes a list of 12 movies that you can watch with your boyfriend.
The Bicycle Thief
An Italian Neo-Realist classic, it tells the bleak story of a man in impoverished post-war Italy whose bicycle, which he needs to work, is stolen. Father and son hunt all over Rome to find the bike, with no one to help them and ultimately no success. And thus the father is faced with a classic philosophical problem: is it okay to steal to feed your family?
It Happened One Night
Socialite Ellie Andrew runs away and ends up crossing paths with handsome reporter Peter Warne. As Peter gets Ellie’s story, they begin to fall for each other. Because the film predates the enforcement of the production code, it was rather racy for the time, including a scene where Ellie shows off her leg.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is an unconventional pick for the genre, but then, Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) is an unconventional heroine. There’s a lot about the film that feels dated now — the horrific Japanese stereotype alone — but Holly’s style is timeless, as is her romance with Paul Varjak.
The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.
Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) is a successful businessman. Vivian (Julia Roberts) is a hooker with a heart of gold. As Vivian spends the week with Edward — for a sizable $3,000 — she charms her wealthy benefactor, and the two soon realize they have a bond that surpasses the financial arrangement that got them together.
The father of the bride series
A movie series loved by all. A doting father is taken aback when his daughter announces she is getting married, and is thrown into a whirlwind of increasingly complicated wedding plans, a struggle to live up to the expectations of his wealthy future in-laws and the sad realization that his little girl has grown up.
Wonderful Pixar Oscar winner tells of the adventures of grumpy old man Carl after he ties helium balloons to his house and flies off to Venezuela to fulfill a promise to his dead wife.
This Sporting Life
It’s about rugby league, beer, grit and tough lads, but it’s also a profound comment on relationships loaded with symbolism and rich in emotion.
Adapted by the author of the equally terrifying novel, The Exorcistis one of the scariest movies of all time. The common thought about how much tamer horror movies were in the past doesn’t apply to this film. This is not a subtly spooky thriller like Cat People. It is gory, gross, and deeply unsettling. Jason Miller’s performance as Father Karras is troubled and stoic, and it remains the defining idea of what an exorcist is in the public imagination.
Zindegi na Milegi Dobara
Based on the life of three urban men, it is a movie all about friendship and living life without the fear of tomorrow. Caught in the rut of life three men are constantly looking for a reason to escape the monotony. With the news of one of them being engaged, the three set out on a journey – an adventurous bachelor’s trip. Amidst scuba diving, sky diving and bull racing, the three learn to face their fears and re-discover their life, friendship and love.
The Shawshank Redemption
Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.
Life is Beautiful
When an open-minded Jewish librarian and his son become victims of the Holocaust, he uses a perfect mixture of will, humor and imagination to protect his son from the dangers around their camp.
So which is your favorite movie?
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