Romance is serious business. Or is it?

Which do you think your husband would choose if he was put to the test:
a.) Watch the beautiful tearjerker movie, The Notebook
b.) Do anything that does not involve watching The Notebook

My answer is easy. My husband would choose a root canal instead of sitting through a movie like The Notebook or Terms of Endearment. Do not make me wrong. That does not mean he is not romantic. The man loves deeper than I could describe. He is simply not a fan of traditional 'romantic movies'.

Our date nights usually involve Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Owen Wilson or Jim Carrey. These men do not know this, but they are a big part of what makes our marriage such a joy. The fact that our date nights consist of a funny movie instead of a forced moment means that my husband is happy and relaxed - two very good things for romance.

Are you looking for a bright funny romantic movie that both you and your husband will enjoy? Here are some of our favorites.

The Princess Bride (1987)

"Is this a kiss book?" The Princess Bride is the story of a woman who is forced to marry a cold, evil prince while her true love tries to stop the wedding.

I do not know how many times I tried to get my husband to watch this movie until I finally just put the movie in, clicked on 'play' and hid the remote. It is now one of his favorite movies. He likes it because of the comedy and the fights. I love it because it's just a joy to watch.

Groundhog Day (1993)

After reluctantly covering up for Punksatawney Phil for Groundhog Day, a weatherman gets stuck and lives the same day repeatedly.

This is one of my husband's favorite movies of all time. Plus, if your husband is a fan of Caddyshack, he will appreciate Bill Murray once again battling a rodent.

The Wedding Singer (1998)

Robbie, the wedding singer, and Julia, the waitress, are both engaged to get married, but with the wrong people.

Any man who remembers the 80s will thoroughly enjoy this. And every woman will be tearful when Robbie sings "Get Old With You" at the end.

Love Actually (2003)

This film depicts eight stories of love. It shows romantic love as well as love for a father to his son, love between siblings and love for friendship. It's a beautiful story that shows that love is actually all around. It’s fun on so many levels, but also deeply touching.

Romance does not have to be serious. It can be fun! Just enjoy each other. Go now and take a funny movie, snug with your hubby and enjoy, https://movieunstop.com/%e0%b8%ab%e0%b8%99%e0%b8%b1%e0%b8%87%e0%b9%84%e0....

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My answer is easy. My husband would choose a root canal instead of sitting through a movie like The Notebook or Terms of Endearment. Do not make me wrong. That does not mean he is not romantic. The man loves deeper than I could describe. He is simply not a fan of traditional 'romantic movies'.