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7 Romantic Movies Screening This Month For Valentine's



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Boogie Nights
Yes, Boogie Nights. Go see Boogie Nights for Valentine’s Day because of Mark Wahlberg and because of sex. Maybe you’ll pick up some new moves during the film to spring on your lover(s.)  Boogie Nights will be playing at several Alamo Drafthouse locations. Click here for details.

Moonstruck stars the ever-fabulous Cher and Nicolas Cage before his forehead became a sixhead. It’s a complicated story about love, moons, death, and Sicilian superstition. Cher won an Oscar for her performance, which should be reason enough for you to take your valentine to see it. Did we mention that it’s free also? That means there will be more money for you to spend on dinner. Moonstruck will be playing at Santikos Bijou. Click here for showtimes.

Sleepless in Seattle
Slab Cinema will be showing the queen of all chick flicks, Sleepless in Seattle, in Travis Park on the night before Valentine’s Day. Snuggle up to your sweetie as you cross your fingers, hoping Sam and Annie will actually meet. Perhaps you should suggest meeting your valentine at the top of the Tower of Americas. How romantic. Click here for details.

A plain Jane type of girl gets involved with a businessman named Mr. Grey, and the two engage in a BDSM relationship—sound familiar? Well, this isn’t Fifty Shades of Bullshit. This is better. Secretary stars James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal (who really can do no wrong ever) as his submissive secretary. The movie won’t be playing until after Valentine’s Day, so maybe you can watch Fifty Shades of Grey first then compare the two. Secretary will be shown at Alamo Drafthouse's Park North location. Click here for details.

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