10) Jerry Maguire
Jerry Maguire has everything a mush and a jivel are looking for when they are about to put the burgah on the grill. Mushes get to enjoy the sports side, while jivels can follow the romantic tale. Also, friendship is a huge part of this movie. People seem to forget how important their friends are on Valentine’s Day, and this is a great way to be refreshed on how much your friends really matter.
9) Valentine’s Day
Ya, ya, ya, I know, cliche as fuck. But this flick is actually worth watching on Valentine’s Day. A sexy star-studded cast leaves both genders juicy. The sub-stories are all different, making it easy for the viewer to relate to at least one of them. If you can get over the cliche, it is TouchMyCulture recommended.
8) Crazy Stupid Love
The reason this movie is not higher is because no guy likes to compete with Ryan Gosling. Your girl might leave the bed and start twerking on the TV whenever he appears. Steve Carell does a great job with his role and Emma Stone changes the red head burgh game forever. Both parties will get horny, enjoy.
A Woody Allen masterpiece, recommended towards people who are confused in thier relationship. This is a movie about a guy who thinks he needs a different quality burgah, but he had the filet mignonette right in front of him the whole time! The ambiance is beautiful throughout the film, and will set the scene for a nice medium rare burgah.
6) Pretty Woman
Folks, Richard Gere turns Julia Roberts from a prostitute, to a housewife. It is a great burgah story that differs from all. Julia Roberts calve presentation is unbelievable and will leave any man ordering edible arrangements and bouquets of flowers. For everybody who thinks you can’t turn a hoe into a housewife, this flick might change your opinion. Not every beautiful woman is given a plethora of oppurtunities and some may have to take this unfortunate road.
5) As Good As It Gets
There is one quote from this movie that will stick with me forever. I am not sure what real love is yet, but this helps give me an idea.
“I might be the only person on the face of the earth that knows you’re the greatest woman on earth. I might be the only one who appreciates how amazing you are in every single thing that you do, and how you are with Spencer, “Spence,” and in every single thought that you have, and how you say what you mean, and how you almost always mean something that’s all about being straight and good. I think most people miss that about you, and I watch them, wondering how they can watch you bring their food, and clear their tables and never get that they just met the greatest woman alive. And the fact that I get it makes me feel good, about me.” – Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson)
This is for you serious couples, trying to make love, not just burgah.
3) Lost in Translation
Bill Murray is a man’s man and Scarlett Johansson is a burgah of preference. You couples will get a few laughs and some romance. Both parties are sure to be satisfied. No doubt, the burgah will be perfectly defrosted for the grill. Get this up on netflix, and get lost in your burgah.
2) Annie Hall
Another Woody Allen masterpiece, sorry but when speaking film, he is the creme de la culture. Dude just knew how to tell great burgah stories. A New Yorker and a girl from the midwest fall in love. The movie shows the ups and downs of a relationship. Woody expressed the real things that happen in relationships. Not the typical picture perfect movie relationships you typically see.
1) Forgetting Sarah Marshall
People of all shapes and sizes are getting their burgah in this movie. Every scene is funny and keeps a horny vibe for your Valentin’s day burgah. Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a classic burgah film and always will be. Plus, some of you mushes might learn a few tricks from Russell Brand, making your Valentine’s day present a little more valuable.
Couples, enjoy your Valentine’s day. Single people, enjoy your Friday, because there’s plenty of burgahs in the sea.