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The Valentine's Collection is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • Moonstruck
    Moonstruck

    Available until 31 Jul 2017

    In New York's Little Italy, a woman falls in love with her fiancé's brother. Cher won an Oscar for her role as the widow who's about to remarry a local baker (Danny Aiello) but is swept off her feet by his little brother (Nicolas Cage). Screenwriter John Patrick Shanley's sharp script also won an Oscar, providing the cast and director Norman Jewison with all the ingredients they need to concoct a rich and flavourful romantic comedy.

  • Juno
    Juno

    Available until 31 Dec 2017

    By turns razor-sharp and disarmingly sweet, Jason Reitman's bun-in-a-teenage-oven comedy is a small but perfectly formed joy. Hard Candy revelation Ellen Page delivers another marvellous performance as Juno, a suburban high-schooler whose unwanted pregnancy does little to curb her rampant cynicism. But her situation comes as a godsend to childless yuppies Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman. Completing the casting triumph, Superbad's Michael Cera makes a wonderfully bemused father while J. K. Simmons and Allison Janney are terrific as Juno's unflappable parents.

  • Sleepless in Seattle
    Sleepless in Seattle

    Available until 30 Nov 2016

    Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan give everyone the warm-and-fuzzies in this inescapably romantic comedy from the writer of When Harry Met Sally... She's a reporter who falls for him the first time she hears him on the radio. The catch? They live on opposite sides of America. A feelgood winner with an ending that puts the "awww" in New York.

  • Roman Holiday
    Roman Holiday

    Available until 31 Jan 2019

    Audrey Hepburn enchants as the ingenue princess who escapes from her minders while on a visit to Rome and ends up under the wing of Gregory Peck's American journalist. Director William Wyler's triple Oscar-winning romantic comedy is an object lesson in charm and Hepburn (who got the role after Elizabeth Taylor and Jean Simmons both dropped out) delivered the perfect balance of elegance and naivete. Makes you want to dash out and buy a Vespa!

  • Liberal Arts
    Liberal Arts

    Available until 30 Sep 2016

    Bookish singleton Jesse (How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor) heads back from New York to his old Ohio college for the retirement party of his favourite lecturer (Richard Jenkins). During his return he also meets free-spirited 19-year-old student Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen) and they strike up a tentative relationship. Written and directed by Radnor, this is a richly rewarding chronicle of misplaced nostalgia distinguished by terrific performances, including Allison Janney as a predatory cynic and lecturer in English romance. Intrigued?

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