10 Valentine's Day Specials - Love by Any Movie Genre

Enjoy love in all its forms this Valentine's Day with our picks to satisfy any genre lover out there.

By Matt Lissauer

WALL-E and EVE in "WALL-E."

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Valentine's Day is a good time to pop in a good movie and snuggle up to the one you love. Sometimes, though, pure romance doesn't cut it. So here are some dramas, thrillers, historical epics and documentaries to mix up the traditional love story, plus one anti-love story for all those happily single.

  • 1Wonder Woman

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    The perfect blend of superhero action adventure with a romantic twist. Even if your S.O. prefers the MCU, they’ll still love watching Gal Gadot kick butt in WWI!

    Wonder Woman

    Action / 2017 / PG-13

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  • 2WALL-E

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    Looking for something more animated? Look no further than Pixar's sweet robotic love story, which finds its roots in old Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin romps, and features a sweet, sentimental live action clip from the 1969 musical rom-com "Hello Dolly!"

    WALL-E

    Animated / 2008 / G

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  • 3Meet the Patels

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    In the mood for something more realistic? Ravi Patel ("Master of None") portrays himself in this real life romantic comedy, as his sister, Greeta, documents his journey to find a wife and make his family happy.

    Meet the Patels

    Documentary / 2014 / PG

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  • 4Casablanca

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    If you're too caught up in the drama, round up the usual suspect, and let this wartime classic be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

    Casablanca

    Drama / 1942 / PG

  • 5Titanic

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    If you and your S.O. are into history, then there's no love story that compares to James Cameron's colossal, over-budget historical romance.

    Titanic

    Drama / 1997 / PG-13

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  • 6Let the Right One In

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    Want to change things up with some chills? Tomas Alfredson's teen vampire romance should be your pick. It's the movie "Twilight" wishes it was. We also recommend Matt Reeves' American remake, "Let Me In."

    Let the Right One In

    Horror / 2008 / R

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  • 7La La Land

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    If you have music in your heart, then turn to Damien Chazelle's contemporary yet classic, almost Best Picture from 2016.

    La La Land

    Musical / 2016 / PG-13

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  • 8Her

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    Falling in love with your operating system? This robo-romance seems more prescient now than when it came out in 2013. Now, if we could only get Alexa to talk like Scarlett Johansson.

    Her

    Science Fiction / 2013 / R

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  • 9Vertigo

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    Any lover of thrillers should take this opportunity to revisit the classic from the thrill-master himself, Alfred Hitchcock. Here, you can fall just as hard as James Stewart does for Kim Novak.

    Vertigo

    Thriller / 1958 / PG

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  • 10Kill Bill: Vol. 1

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    Now, are you just looking to throw an axe at all the mushiness and Valentine's Day hoopla? Then take revenge on the holiday and all your exes, along with Uma Thurman's blood-scorned bride.

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1

    Action / 2003 / R

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About the Author

Matt Lissauer

Matt Lissauer is a writer & data manager for Noovie. When he is not busy writing listicles, Matt is enjoying life in New Jersey with his lovely wife and three kids.

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