Valentines Day, Part II

The Liv Northgate Blog has several movies that we think you’d enjoy watching this Valentine’s day. We’re featuring several of our favorite classic romantic comedies for you to watch this month. Throw your own Valentine’s day movie night with your good friends. Deck out your Gilbert, AZ apartment with movie posters, film memorabilia, and stock up on popcorn and chocolate for your classic romantic movie night this month!


His Girl Friday (1940)

Walter Burns (Cary Grant) is an editor determined to get his best reporter — and former wife — back. He puts Hildy (Rosalind Russell) on the story of her career while trying to get rid of her staid fiance, Bruce Baldwin (Ralph Bellamy). Chaos ensues.


Holiday (1938)

Johnny Case (Cary Grant) is a dreamer about to be married to a beautiful but vain socialite, Julia Seton (Doris Nolan). Julia’s freewheeling older sister, Linda (Katharine Hepburn), falls in love with Johnny. Johnny must decide — should he follow money or his heart?


Funny Face (1957)

A magazine editor (Kay Thompson) finds her newest face working at a local bookstore in Greenwich village. Jo Stockton (Audrey Hepburn) is resistant to the idea of becoming a model; photographer Dick Avery (Fred Astaire) does his best to change her mind.


Top Hat (1935)

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dance around each other before falling (of course) into each other’s arms. Top Hat contains classic dance numbers like “Top Hat, White Tie and Tails,” “Cheek to Cheek,” and “Isn’t it a Lovely Day?”


Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) is a silent movie star who’s having a hard time transitioning to talkies. His friend Cosmo Brown (Donald O’Connor) and his girlfriend Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds) help him put together a new musical, while his costar Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen) threatens to tear it all down.


What are your favorite romantic comedies? Leave us a movie recommendation in the comments. Thanks for reading our post!

Valentines Day, Part II