Four Perfect Rainy Day Movies

The rainy season is upon us and so is the desire to just get cosy in our bed with blankets on. Some find the rain to be gloomy thus impel them to cancel their plans. What can be better than the best movie on play with a cup of tea? Here is a list of the best movies that will be perfect with the foggy wet day.

The Princess Bride (1987)

There is something about rain that makes us nostalgic and brings back old memories. If you are reminiscing your childhood then The Princess Bride is the movie for you. This romantic fairy tale is about a young girl and her adventure to find true love. Along with iconic sword fights and classic dialogues, this movie will leave you feeling all good. The movie stars Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin and Robin Wright.

Pretty Woman (1990)

This timeless romantic comedy movie never goes out of style. It starts with a rich entrepreneur who is looking for a date for himself. He seeks someone who can accompany him to social events he needs to attend. His quest leads him to the leading lady and the rest is history. This was the first movie Richard Gere and Julia Roberts starred in together, their unmatchable chemistry made this contemporary Cinderella movie a classic. With little raindrops on the window and Julia Roberts’ bewitching smile, nothing can go wrong.

Casablanca (1942)

There is no denying that Casablanca is one of the most popular films ever made. It’s set during the World War II time period with clashing emotions, determination, passion and great character development. Some even consider this ahead of its time with reference to the script and cinematography. The movie stars Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains and Paul Henreid.

Harry Potter series (2001-2011)

The weather of the country is always unpredictable and can postpone any sort of outdoor activities for days. For times like these Harry Potter franchise is the key to avoid boredom. There is something about the magical world made by J.K Rowling that makes the pouring rain more enjoyable. Not only it is nostalgic, but it also provides a great escape from the real world into the world of witchcraft and wizardry with an engaging plot and mesmerizing picturization.