Valentine’s Day is right around the snow-covered corner, which means you and your significant other might be scrambling around for last minute plans. Well, never fear! We’ve got something up our sleeve to help make your Feb. 14 those most romantic—and warm—holiday ever. Yep, just call us cupid!
In our opinion, why bother lugging through the snowy streets to keep dinner plans when you can stay home and cuddle up to some of the most quixotic television shows and movies on television? With that said, we’ve compiled a list of Valentine’s Day movies to make your 2014 holiday the dreamiest one of all:
Time: 6:00 a.m.
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Bravo: “Chocolat” (2000) – “A mysterious woman (Juliette Binoche) opens a sweets shop in a 1950’s French village and immediately causes a stir, both romantically and societally, among the uptight townsfolk.”
Time 8:00 a.m.
History Channel: “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” 1997 – Not into gushy movies? Take a look at the “1929 murders of seven Chicago gangsters profiles Al Capone, who ordered the killings, and George “Bugs” Moran, the intended target, who managed to avoid the ambush.”
Time 9:00 a.m.
Oxygen: “Ghost” (1990) – “A psychic facilitates a dead banker’s return to protect his girlfriend from the man who murdered him.”
Time 10:00 a.m.
FX: “Miss March” (2009) – “A young man (Zach Cregger) who’s been in a coma for four years awakens to discover that his chaste high-school sweetheart is now a men’s-magazine centerfold, so he sets off to reconnect with her and consummate their relationship.”
Time 12:00 p.m.
Bravo: “The Millionaire Matchmaker: A Watch What Happens Love Special” – Andy Cohen hosts a Valentine’s Day outing featuring Patti Stranger (“The Millionaire Matchmaker”), who shares romantic advice to viewers and offers love-life pointers o chef Roble Ali and Lilly Ghalichi (“Shahs of Sunset”).
Hallmark: “Cupid” (2012) – “A talk-show host receives a visit from a mysterious love expect, who promises he’ll reveal her true love to her if she helps other couples find each other. Her matchmaking effort don’t go smoothly, however, and she begins to question her task.
TMCe: “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen” (2011) – “A scientist going through a midlife crisis agrees to help a sheikh full his oddball dream of bringing sport fishing to the deserts of Yemen. Meanwhile, he falls in love with an attractive young woman hired to be part of the project.”
Time 2:00 p.m.
ABC Family: “A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song” (2011) – “Talented young singer Katie (Lucy Hale) contends with her conniving stepmother and stepsister in her quest to achieve stardom and captures the heart of a charming boy naked Luke.”
Hallmark: “Straight from the Heart” (2003) – A singles ad leads to an unlikely courtship between a Big Apple photographer (Teri Polo) and a widowed Wyoming rancher (Andrew McCarthy).
Time 3:00 p.m.
FXM: “Moulin Rouge” (2001) – An aspiring writer named Christian leaves his bourgeois father during the French belle époque of the late 1890s to seek his fortunes in the bohemian underworld of Montmartre, Paris. There he meets and falls into a doomed romance with the courtesan Satine, who becomes the star of the play he is writing.”
FX: “All About Steve” (2009) – A quirky crossword-puzzle constructor (Sandra Bullock) falls for a cameraman (Bradley Cooper) and follows him across the country in hopes of winning his heart.
Time 3:25 p.m.
VH1: “First Daughter” – “The sheltered daughter (Katie Holmes) of the U.S. president tries to break away from the Secret Service agents to have a normal college life in this familiar fairy-tale romance.”
Time 4:00 p.m.
ABC Family: “Another Cinderella Story” (2008) – “A teen (Selena Gomez) loses her iPod at a masked ball and the handsome young man with whom she danced tried to return it to her in this modern musical twist of the fairy tale.”
Hallmark: “The Lost Valentine” (2011) – “A dogged TV reported finds he own love life changed whens she profiles a World War II widow who continues to honor the memory of her navy pilot husband 65 years after he was declared missing in action.”
Time 6:00 p.m.
ABC Family: “The Last Song” (2010) – After a long period of estrangement a father and daughter (Greg Kinnear and Miley Cyrus) slowly reconnect through their mutual love of music.”
FXM: “Dear John” (2010) – “A college student (Amanda Seyfried) and a soldier (Channing Tatum) fall in love and communicate via a series of letters throughout his military service, unaware of the full consequences of their correspondence.”
FXX: “I Love You, Beth Cooper” (2009) – “A geeky high-school student dedicates his valedictory speech to Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere), the most-popular girl in school. He gets quite a shock when Beth makes a surprise visit to his house and shows him what a night with his dream date would be like.”
Hallmark: “Be My Valentine” (2013) – “A widowed firefighter is drawn to a pretty florist, but he is unsure he’s ready to date again after his wife’s death. To further matters, the florist’s ex-boyfriend resurfaces in an attempt to win her back.
Time 8:00 p.m.
TVGN: “Sleepless in Seattle” (1993) – “A Baltimore journalist becomes infatuated with a Seattle widower and single daughter when she heads him on a radio call-in show discussing and lamenting his late lost love.
ABC: “Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown; A Charlie Brown Valentine” (2009) – “A ‘Peanuts’ twin bill. First (from 1975): Charlie keeps a vigil by the mailbox; Sally thinks Linus’ gift to his teacher is for her; and Lucy demands affection from Schroeder.”
Hallmark: “Chance at Romance” (2014) – A woman seeking romance finds an ideal man online, but she gets a surprise when she meets him and learns that his young song was posing as his dad and communicating with her.”
Time 8:30 p.m.
ABC Family: “The Prince & Me” (2004) – Love blooms between a bookish college senior (Julia Stiles) and a cocky exchange student—who’s actually the prince of Denmark—in this predictable modern-day fairy tale.”
Time 10:00 p.m.
FXX: “What’s Your Number?” (2011) – “Ally Darling (Anna Faris) becomes convinced that one of her many ex-boyfriends is the one that got away, and she begins visiting them in hopes of reeling in the perfect catch. With the help of her mischievous neighbor, Ally might just find the man of her dreams.
MTV: “Honey” (2003) – “Wholesome but clichéd urban fairy tale about a dancer (Jessica Alba) who tries to balance her dreams of stardom with her devotion to her old neighborhood.”