Watch 14+ Romance Movies for February 2020 Viewing Challenge

Just Google “Valentine’s Day” for all kinds of event-related ideas

We’ve been married 30+ years and I’ve been struck within the last year by two movie-related romantic moments:

  1. My wife who rarely signs up for anything with technology involved, downloaded the Regal Unlimited App and purchased her own subscription
  2. (very recently) She has taken to coining Thursday’s our “Date night”

No surprise, I’m going to disagree with TV Guide’s writer (bolded below).

As we’ve told you time and again, nothing is more romantic than spending the evening on your couch, watching movies from the comfort of your own home. So grab some delicious take-out and an inexpensive-but-not-cheap bottle of wine, and settle in for an intimate evening at home with your loved one. (FYI: This scenario works well even if you’re not in a relationship this Valentine’s Day.)

The Best Romantic Movies to Stream on Disney Plus This Valentine’s Day | TV Guide

Staying home and watching movies is romantic, sure, but the “nothing is more” part is completely bogus. How about watching a drive-in movie or going to the park and watching a majestic sunset or starry sky?

Segue to our 4th movie viewing challenge …

What are viewing challenges?

It’s where we try and watch a minimum number of movies of a certain type. They are usually themed based on the month(s). For example, around Halloween, horror movies and holiday movies during the holidays.

Any movie watcher is welcome to participate. You do not need a blog or website, but do need some way to track the movies you’ve watched during the challenge. Fortunately, there are several free services available.

Past Challenges

February 2020 will be interactive movie viewing challenge #4. Here are the others:

  1. 2019 October Viewing Challenge: 66+ Horror Movies Viewed In October (completed74 movies watched, rated & reviewed)
  2. 2019 Holiday Viewing Challenge: 25+ Christmas Movies Viewed 11/1-12/25/19 (completed25 movies watched, rated & reviewed)
  3. 2020 January Viewing Challenge: 21+ New/Unseen Movies
    (completed: 30 movies watched, rated & reviewed)

February 2020 Viewing Challenge Goal

14+ romance movies watched from February 1-29, 2020.

How To Participate

Just keep track of all the romance movies you’ve watched from today, February 1, 2020 until midnight February 29, 2020. Sites like Letterboxd make it easy to do. Tag them with #feb2020challenge.

Since this started, I’ve already watched, rated and reviewed:

13+ more romance movies to go. A month or so from this post, the results will be posted in a recap. If you notify me in the comments below that you’re participating and/or through trackback ping, you’ll be linked in the final recap post.

It’s free and fun to participate. I hope others join in too!

Other Valentine’s Day Articles of Interest

Need some help finding some good romance movies to watch? In my quest to find romance movies recommended by others, I’ve compiled the following list of recent articles:

This month on the big screen and television screens cupid’s arrows are flying.

7 thoughts on “Watch 14+ Romance Movies for February 2020 Viewing Challenge

    1. Good to hear! Put together your 14+ reviews of romantic movies this month and drop back by and let me know you’re done. Or hit me up halfway through or something so we can cross promote throughout the month.

      Always happy to link up other bloggers that getting involved in these viewing challenges and/or posting related reviews when I have those posts each week on wide releases.

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      1. Apparently, a wrench has screwed over my schedule. With that, I’m afraid I will have to back out on our collaboration at the moment.

        Their will still be my look at the Super Bowl trailers that were interesting and a review on Wednesday.

        Sorry for being rather flakey! Have a great day.

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      2. It’s all good. You have the whole month. That’s like 27 more days. Watch a few rom-coms here and there and the last week you might be sitting at 14. You never know. I’ve found these challenges keep me focused on watching certain types of movies. Goals are good.

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