Today is the Valentine’s Day. As you understand, today is one of the special days for a person who HAS a girlfriend or boyfriend – and for others, it is time to damn capitalism. In the meantime, it is Sunday, meaning the last day of a weekend that should be spent well. If you don’t have a girlfriend or boyfriend and you love spending Sundays by watching a movie, we are sharing the 10 most irrelevant (in terms of love and the Valentine’s Day) movies!
9. Ruby Sparks
A writer thinks that he needs to fall in love to write better and creates a character named as Ruby Sparks. Then, he realizes that this character is real – because, he has fallen in love indeed. However, regrettably, his love ends with a great disappointment. It is guaranteed to say “Well! Fortunately I am alone!” at the end of the movie.
8. Husband and Wives
You can be sure that you are going to watch this movie by Woody Allen with pleasure. Yet, it feels like a documentary rather than a movie. It is about the married life of a couple who begin questioning their own marriage after their best friends make their divorce decision public.
7. The War of the Roses
Can you expect a movie, which uses “Sometimes in time, a movie may make you feel like you are falling in love again and again – This movie is not that kind of movies” as subtitle to make you feel bothered on the Valentine’s Day? Hell no! This movie is about a couple’s divorce.
6. Revolutionary Road
This movie, which is about the struggles experienced by a couple coving to suburbs in 1950s, is also the movie that brings Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet together on the same live-stage after the movie Titanic.
5. Chasing Amy
Think of a man who falls in love with a woman. Yet, there is a problem – the woman is a lesbian. Quite amusing and ideal movie for anyone who doesn’t have a valentine on the Valentine’s Day!
4. The Break-Up
After breakup, sometimes you can’t recognize that person who you spent years with. This movie is exactly about that. The rot set in after the breakup in this movie in which Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaugh share the main role.
3. Sid and Nancy
A great love is the main topic of this movie that is about the tragic story of Sid, the soloist of Sex Pistols Band, and his girlfriend Nancy. But, don’t worry, this movie is really ideal for you, because the message it tries to give is crystal clear: No matter how great a love is, no matter how much it gives happiness, it kills!
In this movie, Julia Roberts, Natalie Portman, Jude Law and Clive Owen share the main role and it is about the relationship, which becomes unbalanced after they meet each other, between two couples. This movie contains love, but there is no boring romantic cliché.
1. 500 Days of Summer
This movie, which is about the 500 days of Summer who does not believe in relationships and Tom who is a full-blooded romantic, shows that love exists but that realistic side makes us gather ourselves together. This movie, which shows that romance is not everything, is absolutely for people who don’t have a valentine!