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7 Best Romantic Movies of 2018 So Far
Movies are about escapism, and has there ever been a time when we’re all so desperate to avoid our own reality? That’s why romantic movies are the way to go. They’re not heavy, they’re not bleak, and they are, in fact, genuine escapism—there’s nothing more pleasurable, really, than watching people fall in love. Here are the best romantic movies of 2018 (so far).
Fifty Shades Freed
The Fifty Shades trilogy comes to a titillating close in the final film in the series, which sees newlyweds Christian and Anastasia Grey alternating balancing the usual troubles (corporate intrigue and unhinged stalkers) with their ongoing BDSM playtime.
Speaking of Fifty Shades, this charming rom-com follows four lifelong friends (Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen, Jane Fonda, and Mary Steenburgen) who find a late-in-life spark after reading E. L. James’s racy romance series.
Elle Fanning stars in this moody biopic about the woman who would change English literature forever with her novel, Frankenstein. But before she was an acclaimed writer, she was just a young goth losing her virginity to handsome poet Percy Shelley on her mother’s grave.
On Chesil Beach
Your first time can be awkward and confusing, as evidenced in this romance (based on Ian McEwan’s novel) starring Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle, who play young newlyweds who are completely unprepared for their wedding night.
Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin star in this romantic drama about a real-life couple that embarked on a sailing journey despite their inexperience on the water. After being caught in a storm, however, they are separated—and Woodley’s frightened sailor must fend for herself.
This teen rom-com stars Nick Robinson as Simon Spier, a closeted gay teenager who stars communicating online with another closeted guy at his school. But their communication is intercepted by a fellow classmate, who wants Simon to hook him up with a mutual friend.
The most searing attractions can be the kind that are frowned upon. Rachel Weisz plays a woman who returns to the Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her—and restarts a forbidden romance with her former best friend (Rachel McAdams).