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Are you single? Movies to connect with yourself on Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day, but singles You don’t need to miss out on the celebrations, even if it’s just to enjoy the night with popcorn, chocolate and a movie.

We selected five films that show that life outside a relationship can also be exciting and that other forms of affection are just as important as romantic love.

See 5 films to watch single on Valentine’s Day

“Eat, Pray, Love” (2010)

Julia Roberts, playing Liz Gilbert, follows the recipe for everything a woman could want: a husband, a house and a successful career. However, she decides to act in the face of her dissatisfaction and asks for a divorce.

Soon after the separation, he decided to go in search of self-knowledge on a trip to Italy, India and Indonesia. Each phase of this journey means one of her discoveries: eating, praying and loving, respectively.

The romantic drama can be watched on Netflixat the Prime Videoat the Google Play Moviesat the Maxat the YouTube and on Apple TV.

“How to Be Single” (2016)

The romantic comedy based on the book of the same name by Liz Tuccillo tells the story of Alice (Dakota Johnson), who decides to end her long relationship with Josh (Nicholas Braun) to experience single life in New York.

At work he meets Robin (Rebel Wilson) who becomes his mentor for his new life in the city. During the experiences, her story intertwines with those of other characters that make her learn about love, friendship and self-discovery.

The film is available on Prime Videoat the Google Play Moviesat the YouTube and on Apple TV.

“The Invisible Woman” (2009)

The Brazilian film stars Pedro (Selton Mello) and Amanda (Luana Piovani). In the plot, the man who believed in romance was abandoned by his wife and exchanged for another, leaving him isolated and sad, trying to recover.

In this process he meets the neighbor who has everything he likes — however, it doesn’t exist. The production addresses themes such as love, loneliness and the search for a perfect relationship, highlighting the importance of accepting reality and opening up to new possibilities of happiness.

“The Invisible Woman” is available on Prime Video and in Globoplay.

“Even If Nothing Goes Right” (2013)

Gretta is a singer who moves to New York with her boyfriend to join him in a job opportunity when she discovers a betrayal and decides to end the relationship. There, she meets Dan Mulligan, a record executive who offers to record an album with her on the streets of the city.

“Even If Nothing Goes Right” sends a message about the importance of friendship, in addition to romantic love. The cast includes Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, James Corden, Hailee Steinfeld and Adam Levine, lead singer of Maroon 5, in his acting debut.

The film is available on YouTubeat the Prime Videoat Apple TV and in Google Play Movies.

“Megarromantic” (2019)

The film follows Natalie (Rebel Wilson), an Australian who lives in New York working as an architect and doesn’t believe in romance and happy endings.

After being robbed and hitting her head during a fight on the subway, the woman becomes unconscious. When she wakes up, she finds herself in a world that follows all the idealized rules of a romantic comedy, realizing that her life has become her worst nightmare.

You can watch the film on Netflixat the YouTubeat Apple TVat Prime Video and in Google Play Movies.

Source: CNN Brasil

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