It’s no secret that online dating made dating itself way easier. Now you don’t have to get nervous when asking someone out. You are no longer afraid to get disappointed on your first date, learning in advance that your date-mate has a little to nothing in common with the perfect image that you’ve created in your head. Thanks to online dating you are no longer limited to your town or city when it comes to finding a partner. Moreover, thanks to dating sites like natalydate.com you can find a partner from any corner of the world.
One thing that online dating can’t help you with is long lasting romantic relationship. Yep, unfortunately finding a partner via dating apps doesn’t mean that you are going to get that perfect romance you’ve been dreaming all this time. You can’t blame online dating for that, as developing and saving your relationship is strictly up to you. But a good movie can offer you some great advice. Here’s a list of must-watch movies that we suggest you watch if you want your love life to blossom.
Directed by Michael Curtiz
Even if you’ve never seen this film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, you’ve definitely heard about it millions of times. You know that this movie considered to be classic of cinema. The story is about Rick Blaine, an American who owns a nightclub in Casablanca. He falls in love with Ilsa Lund, a wife of a Czech Republic fugitive leader. In the end of the movie, despite his love for Ilsa, he helps her and her husband to flee to Portugal to escape from the police. When you spend some time together, you slowly start forgetting that “we” term. You start thinking in a more selfish manner, putting your interests first. “Casablanca” can easily teach you that regardless of your interests, when you love someone you need to do the best for them. When it’s mutual, your relationship is ultimately safe and functioning fine. So, don’t start acting selfishly.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
Directed by Michel Gondry
This movie about romantic relationship which end up in one of the partner’s erasing the memories about another one after a breakup stars Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet. Despite the erased memories the couple reunites and, while they fear that their relationship may end up into a painful breakup again, they decide to try it again anywhere.
Sometimes, when you are on the verge of a breakup, there is more sense into remembering the good things, instead of all the pain that you’ve caused each other. It is better to try again than to breakup without giving your relationship a second chance.
Love and Other Drugs (2010)
Directed by Edward Zwick
This movie, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway, is about a couple who ends up together despite the fact that one of them is suffering from the Parkinson’s disease. You think that your partner is unbearable? Well, watch this movie. Sometimes love can make someone feel better and it can also make someone a better person.