Best movies to learn about dating

02-Oct-2017 19:00

At the time, unrequited love may feel like the worst possible thing to happen to you, but remember that not getting the guy you fall for isn’t the end of the world.There’s always someone out there who will feel the same way for you as you do for them, so don’t let one unrequited love bog you down!The sequel to Bridget Jones’ Diary is, in places, completely ridiculous.

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Here are 6 films we can all learn something from – some of the choices might surprise you! Four Weddings and a Funeral Arguably Richard Curtis’ best film, this 1994 British rom-com was ostensibly about the tangled love lives of a group of friends, played out through social occasions.

But before you let frustration take over and write off romance movies completely, go back through some old flicks and take a good, hard look.

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