5 Movies For Those Who Failed in Love
Heartbreaks are hard to deal with, anyone who has been through it can relate to this. Just when you think you can get busy in your life and maybe you will just get over them, there comes a moment when you’re alone and your mind just starts giving you a flashback of your memories. Dealing with heartbreaks alone is really tough, its a little less difficult if you have some one you can talk to and just cry upon.
Movies help us get out through these situations because the story that you see sometimes just connects with you and you can feel the pain, you understand what they were trying to tell you throughout, you learn a thing or two and this is how you get over heartbreaks.
So here are 5 movies for those who failed in love.
City Lights (1931)
‘City Lights’ shows a time and a place that was very hard to cope with, but in spite of all that, happiness was found and life was celebrated. Whenever we go through a tough period, as much as we may dislike it, in the end we will yearn for other people to come closer and provide us comfort. That’s how they get through all the miserable events in this film, and they always figure out a way to find something to laugh about. The ending of this film provides a great message to all those brokenhearted lovers out there. It is by mending our hearts that we give others something to love us for. Forget looks, wealth, and success… it all comes down to the heart, where all that matters lies.
500 Days of Summer (2009)
This film is for anyone looking for a person to relate to and find a sense of optimism in, because as far as its thoughts go, ‘(500) Days of Summer’ argues that one broken relationship is nothing to worry about when there is so much fish in the sea. Life is all about experimenting with chance anyways, so why not do the same with your love life? Our expectations and anticipations often get the better of us and we don’t give life the chance to bring on its surprises. This is the happy note on which ‘(500) Days of Summer’ ends, which I feel is enough to help anyone regain that lost sense of enthusiasm. If it were summer all year long, the grass wouldn’t grow.