Unusual Valentine’s movies

Adam Conston, Production Editor

1. “The Shining”

Horror movies are always great date movies. Why not watch one of the best horror movies of all time.

2. “Back to the Future”

When Marty McFly accidentally alters the past, he plays matchmaker for his parents before he disappears from existence.

3. “Moonrise Kingdom”

A young boy scout escapes from his camp and journeys across a small island to run away with a girl.

Wes Anderson’s distinct visual style and sense of humor make this film heartwarming.

4. “Tromeo and Juliet”

William Shakespeare’s classic romantic tragedy gets a punk rock update. It is narrated by Lemmy from “Motorhead.”

5. “The Fugitive”

A doctor’s life is turned upside down when he is accused of killing his wife.

He must clear his name before he is apprehended by the unrelenting federal marshal on his tail.

6. “Die Hard 5”

It was released on Valentine’s Day last year, so it is literally a Valentine’s Day movie.