Ah, Summer love.
The hotter the season, the steamier the romance. It’s no coincidence that a lot of relationships bloom exactly during this time of the year. It could be a summer camp crush, a hot vacation love, a forbidden relationship, or a breezy beachside hook up. Many of these Summer romances have also been portrayed on screen in films and you should watch them whenever you want to relive the thrill of summer love.
If you’re looking to cool off at home with a movie about these seasonal relationships, which sometimes last past the sunny days of Summer, then check out these romantic summer movies (some are cult movies that you really should not miss).
Enjoy another, enthralling mambo in this classic without time.
But we all know that faith is cruel…
Ok: with this one is guaranteed to make you suffer– but in a good way.
One Day is about hopeless love, sure, but it’s also about genuine friendship, faith, shared moments that will never lose their power, no matter how life might get in the way.
Starring an amazing Anne Hataway in the role of Emma Morley, this romantic drama will make you revive all those summer memories you promised to never let go.
The only problem is that Lucy’s memory is the exact opposite: damaged and repetitive, erased every night like a drawing in the sand. Their relationship is bittersweet, challenged by Lucy’s self-esteem issues and by Henry’s inexperience with adulthood, but love will find a way… it always does, doesn’t it?
But there is a summer love worth to be inserted in the list, anyway. Alexis Bledel’s character in the 2005 adaption of the book, has a steamy Summer romance in Greece with a beautiful fascinating boy.
Torn between the love for her family and the lack of freedom that torments her, Pearl (Diane Lane) gets involved in an exciting, forbidden romance with Walker Jerome.
A love destined to go nowhere, to cause more pain than bliss, since Pearl has a husband and two children, but will it matter enough? Can life stop two people whose cages have crushed against each-other during a summer camp, at arm’s range from the Woodstock Festival? Which love is true and which is as fleeting as a shadow on the moon?
The love flourishes during the summer and your tears will be a certainty. Indeed, has Nicolas Sparks ever made you laugh? Nope.
A royal romance between a princess and a reporter, the first looking for her freedom and the second way too expert in the ways of the world? Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck? Rome in an intriguing black and white, oh-so-vintage, serving as a background for one of the most classic movies of all times? Yes. A thousand times yes.
But will princess Ann say ‘yes‘ to a never-ending normal life, after all?