Love is one of the most common themes in stories. In fact, no matter what story you hear or watch or tell, love, in one of its myriad forms, will always be present in it. Romance is often the driving force in the life of the characters who find themselves as the focus of the tales being told by a storyteller, whether around a bonfire or on the big screen of a cinema hall. No matter how many movies are made and remade, no matter how many times the same story is repeated, with strong characters, and persuasive writing, one can create a swoon-worthy tale of love. Over the years, we have seen all sorts of romance. Be it the tragic quest of two lovers who will never be together, or the happy ending of a couple who strive against all odds, love stories have a certain charm that takes a hold of people. It could be the grand gestures of a character for his/her lover, or the ability of being able to leave everything at the drop of a hat for their love, or two star-crossed paramours finding their way to each other, or the amusement of watching two yin and yang sort of personalities complementing one another.
It is true that romance is not everyone’s cup of tea. It is also true that not everyone can make good romantic films as it is a tough art to master. While 2018 presented us with unconventional yet, beautiful romances like ‘A Star is Born’, one can only wonder what the future holds for us romantics. Hopefully, all types of lovers get their films in the upcoming year. Here’s a look at the latest new romantic movies coming out in 2019 and 2020. There are countless reasons to love romance films, and if you do love watching them, you should pay attention to this list. It includes all kinds of romantic films — teen romance, romantic comedies, fantasy romance and romantic dramas.
15. Isn’t It Romantic? (February 14, 2019)
After her breakthrough in ‘Quantico’ and ‘Baywatch’, Priyanka Chopra follows it up with this romantic drama also starring Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, Adam DeVine. The film is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and written by Erin Cardillo, Dana Fox, and Katie Silberman. The film follows Natalie, an Australian architect living in New York City, who had always believed that what she had seen in rom-coms is all fantasy. But after thwarting a mugger at a subway station only to be knocked out while fleeing, Natalie wakes up and discovers that she is self-aware of her existence in a “PG-13 Universe” and must escape every cliché in order to finally fall in love and achieve the happily ever after that will bring her back to reality.
Read More: Upcoming Korean Dramas
14. Gloria Bell (March 8, 2019)