5 Best Romantic Movies For World Rose Day

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Cancer changes your life, often for the better. You learn what’s important, you learn to prioritize and you learn not to waste your time. You tell people you love them.” – Joel Siegel

The dreadful battle with cancer is tough and hard to win but as we know, nothing is impossible and love makes every pain bearable. So today, we bring you 5 best romantic movies for World Rose Day.

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World Rose Day is celebrated every year on September 22 to spread awareness about cancer and send a positive message to all cancer patients to fight against the disease. It is celebrated in the memory of Melinda Rose, a 12-year old girl who had a rare blood cancer called Askin’s Tumor. She defeated doctor’s predictions of not living more than a couple of weeks and lived for six more months making each day count and meaningful.

So, watch these romantic movies for World Rose Day and don’t forget to keep tissue papers with you because these are absolute tear-jerkers!

1. The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

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Based on John Green’s famous romantic novel by the same name, The Fault in Our Stars has to be top on the list of romantic movies for World Rose Day. Hazel Grace, a sixteen-year-old cancer patient, meets Augustus Waters in a support group who is also a cancer patient but who is adamant to not give up on life easily. As the story unfolds, they fall in love with each other and try to find answers to some questions. But destiny has some other plans. Watch this amazing American romantic drama to find out more.

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2. Love Story (1970)

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Oliver, a wealthy guy, and Jenny, a middle-class girl, fall in love at first sight. The couple gets married against the wishes of Oliver’s father. However, their love story comes crashing down when Jenny is diagnosed with a terminal illness. Watch how their love strengthens them to cope with the situation as best as they can.

Stream it here.

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3. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

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This story of an unexpected undying friendship between three teenagers will leave you overflowing with emotions. Based on Jesse Andrews’ debut novel of the same name, this movie is one of the best romantic movies for World Rose Day.

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4. 50/50 (2011)

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Another hit romantic movie is 50/50. Inspired by a true story of writer Will Reiser, 50/50 is an original story of friendship, love, survival, and finding humour in unlikely places. Diagnosed with spinal cancer at the age of 27, Adam navigates the road of recovery with the help of a crude best friend, a smothering mother and an inexperienced therapist. Watch the movie to experience a wonderful journey towards humour in a hysterically funny account.

Stream it here.

5. A Walk To Remember (2002)

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Landon is forced to do community service as a punishment for getting into trouble. He is also supposed to take part in the spring play where he is cast opposite Jamie, the reverend’s daughter. Based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the same name, this is a coming-of-age film. Watch how their love story unfolds as a tragedy threatens to tear them apart.

Stream it here.

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