This year Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday. This means many couples are heading out on Saturday to celebrate with a night on the town. This doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate on Sunday too! Opt to spend the holiday of love (and last day of the weekend) together having a romantic “lazy Sunday” evening. Order take-out, make a pillow and blanket fort and cozy up with your loved one in front of the television to enjoy a classic romantic Hollywood film, filled with love and captivating story lines. Here is a list of 12 great suggestions for your Valentine’s Day viewing pleasure.Don’t forget to bring the tissues — some of these classics are tearjerkers!

In case you don’t remember the films by their title, you may remember them by their corresponding famous, timeless and classic quotes:

  • Casablanca
    “Here’s looking at you, kid…”


  • Gone with the Wind
    “You should be kissed often, and by someone who knows how!”


  • Love Story
    “Love means never having to say you’re sorry…”


  • Dirty Dancing
    “Nobody puts Baby in a corner.”


  • Jerry Maguire
    “You had me at hello.”


  • The Notebook
    Allie:“Do you think our love can create miracles?” Noah: “Yes I do. That’s what brings you back to me each time.”


  • Titanic
    “I’ll never let go, Jack. I’ll never let go.”


  • When Harry Met Sally
    “I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.”


  • West Side Story
    “Make of our hands one hand. Make of our hearts one heart. Make of our vows one last vow. Only death will part us now.”


  • Annie Hall
    “Love is too weak a word for what I feel — I luuurve you, you know, I loave, you, I luff you, two F’s.”


  • It’s a Wonderful Life
    “What is it you want, Mary? You want the moon? Just say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. Hey, that’s a pretty good idea! I’ll give you the moon, Mary.”


  • Say Anything
    This film’s iconic scene bypasses any quote in the film — where Lloyd is standing outside Diane’s window, holding a boom box above his head that is blasting Peter Gabriel’s song “In Your Eyes.” Yep, you remember.