Whether you're single, in a new relationship, divorced, or something in between, there's a perfect movie to watch during every stage of your love life.We can't promise that watching these movies will help you solve any guy problems you might have, but we At some point in life, most people go through a period when they feel out of sync with the world, and it's usually around that time when someone you care about gets married.Year in, year out, the big screen is never short of a new romcom or two.But away from the obvious romantic titles, the movies are full of other standout dating moments that make us laugh and cry for a multitude of reasons.Spring has finally sprung, and the shift into warm weather has an intense, almost physical effect on us all. The time of the year when we get our energy back, and feel more alive than ever. Jack Lemmon plays a lovable everyman who lets his boss use his apartment for his affairs.Love is in the air (along with pollen), and it’s hard to resist the urge to ask that special someone out on a date. Sure dates can be kind of intimidating, but don’t worry: We’ve got you covered with this handy list of the 50 Greatest Date Movies of All Time. This movie depicting a husband and wife who occasionally try to kill each other is probably the most accurate representation of relationships on this list. But when things get weird when he realizes that his boss is stringing along the woman he has a huge crush on.A guy's list of the all-time best date movies for any relationship stage.Movies are a crucial element of any dating regimen, but the gap between guy movies and chick flicks remains an issue for couples that really just want an excuse to make out.
Betty White as Grammy is worth her weight in gold as she fishes for Bullock’s breasts inside a blowsy hand-me-down wedding dress.
This gentle character study with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy is kind of like that. Cusack’s obsessive and childish record nerd Rob Gordon has always cracked us up.
Watching him retrace the steps of every failed relationship he’s ever had in hopes of figuring out how to save his current one, all we see is ourselves.
Why you'll both like it: The arguments feel real—they begin for no reason and turn ugly.
You'll find yourselves pledging never to say such mean things to each other.