Are you searching for some twin flame movies to watch with your dearest? Luckily for you, I was in your shoes some time ago and got the urge to research all the movies related to twin flame and soulmate love.
I feel like there are so many things we can learn from movies like this that are either based on the director, screenwriter, or actor’s experiences or even on real life stories. We have limited free time, and there are so many movies it’s hard to know which ones to watch. To help solve this problem, I compiled a list of some of my favorite movies about twin flames.
Introduction to Romantic Movies about Twin Flames and Soul Mates
Bear in mind that this list is a work in progress. I appreciate further recommendations of movies worth watching not mentioned hereâ€”please drop me a note in the comments at the end of this article! Enjoy the selections!
Note: I just wanted to say that this article covers movies about what is more commonly known as soulmate love, and not the spiritual concept of twin flame as known in New Age philosophy.
My Favorite Twin Flame Love Movies
A Walk to Remember (2002)
This is the story of two North Carolina teens, Landon Carter (Shane West) and Jamie Sullivan (Mandy Moore). When Landon is involved in an accident that injures his friend, he is faced with expulsion or community service. He chooses the latter, which forces him to work with Jamie, the classic good-girl. With time, Landon finds himself falling for Jamie despite the fact they come from different worlds and belief systems.
Before Sunrise (1995)
What if you changed your plans, just for one day? What if you got off the train with a stranger? What if you didn’t plan so much, if you left something up to fate? In this movie, a man (Ethan Hawke) and a woman (Julie Delpy) do just that. They shunt their travel plans in favor of getting off the train and spending one day together in Vienna, Austria to find out just how much life you can live in twelve hours.
The English Patient (1996)
In World War II, an Englishman (Ralph Fiennes) is gunned down in North Africa. When he wakes he has no memory of who he is or where he’s from. As he begins to fall in love with the woman who is nursing him back to health (Juliet Binoche), he also starts to remember another love from his previous life.
Walk the Line (2005)
Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon star in this film based on the true story of the romance between Johnny Cash and June Carter. In a turbulent but passionate romance, they find themselves both colliding together and being pulled apart by outside influences, drugs, and fame.
John Cusack and Kate Beckinsdale star in this 2001 film that asks if there is such a thing as destiny. A couple tries to reunite years after the night they first met, fell in love, and separated, convinced that one day they’d end up together if it was meant to be.
Kate & Leopold (2001)
In this film with Hugh Jackman and Meg Ryan, a high-powered professional woman meets the Duke of Albany through a freak time-travel accident. Can their love breach the chasm of time? Can one learn to overcome fear of rejection and simply fall in love? You’ll have to watch to find out!
What Dreams May Come (1998)
Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding, Jr. star in this film about a man who dies but is determined to find his wife in the afterlife so they can share eternity together. Unfortunately, he finds that she is in hell, he is in heaven, and they are doomed to be apart. Can their love bring them back together?
City of Angels (1998)
This movie is a tale of the choices we make between love and destiny. In it, Nicolas Cage plays an angel that must decide whether to become mortal in order to pursue an earthly love interest, a character played by romance movie superstar Meg Ryan.
The Notebook (2004)
Possibly one of the most famous movies about soulmates of all time, this story within a story features Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as young lovers who meet for a summer of passion but are then driven apart by the realities of their social stations. As a bonus, you get to see Ryan Gosling rowing a boat with a beard.
Like Water for Chocolate (1992)
This Mexican film stars Marco Leonardi and Lumi Cavazos in a tale of forbidden love, seduction, and delicious food. It centers on the romance between Pedro (Leonardi) and Tita (Cavazos), a romance prohibited by her mother. Denied the pleasure of her love, she pours her passion into making delicious cooking that has some magical effects.
Just Like Heaven (2005)
Mark Ruffalo and Reese Witherspoon play the lead in this film about an overworked doctor (Witherspoon) with no time for a personal life who gets hit by a car and goes into a coma. While she’s in the hospital, her family sublets her apartment to a man (Ruffalo) who suddenly starts seeing its former inhabitant everywhere. Hilarity and romance ensues.
Wuthering Heights (1992)
In this adaptation of Emily Bronte’s novel, Ralph Fiennes plays the dark and doomed Heathcliff, who pines endlessly and hopelessly after Cathy (Juliette Binoche) despite her parents’ disapproval.
This quirky French film shows love from a refreshing point of view, one that emphasizes the unusual in everyone and the fascinating variety of characters that make up the fabric of everyday life. Amelie (Audrey Tautou) plays a young woman struggling to find her place in society. Through a photo booth, she meets a man (Mathieu Kassovitz) with whom she can share her world.
The Lake House (2006)
Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves star in this film in which two people are able to communicate with each other through a mailbox, though they find they are living exactly two years apart in time. The mailbox is, of course, at a lake house.
A woman (Robin Wright) running on a beach finds a passionate love letter in a bottle and tracks down its author (Kevin Costner). What happens next is the stuff of legends. This movie is based on the book by Nicholas Sparks.
Moulin Rouge (2001)
In this fantastical, musical, romantic classic, Nicole Kidman plays Sartine, the unattainable entertainer of the Moulin Rouge in Paris who bewitches a young man (Ewan McGregor) with her love and is surprised to find that she’s also fallen for him. However, money and class come between their passion and threaten to tear them apart.
Tristan and Isolde (2006)
James Franco and Sophia Myles star in this film that questions the role of destiny, obligation, and love. A warrior is thought to have died and is sent down the river for a burial ritual. He is found alive on the riverbanks of a different kingdom. Soon he falls in love with the woman who rescues him, though she is betrothed to another man from a rival kingdom.
Forever Young (1992)
Rather than watch the death of the woman he loves after he gets in a car accident, a young man (Mel Gibson) chooses to be frozen for one year. When the body freezer is misplaced, he’s accidentally left frozen for fifty years. When he wakes, he finds that the world around him has completely changed and that his lover is still alive.
Breaking the Waves (1996)
Oilman Jan (Stellan SkarsgĂĄrd) is paralyzed in an accident and is forced to return from the oil fields. His wife, who prayed for his permanent return, feels guilty for causing the accident. This guilt increases even more when Jan urges her to have sex with another and tell him the details, since they will never be able to make love again. As she begins to grow more and more adventurous with her sex life, she grows to believe that she is healing him.
Titanic, one of the most famous movies of all time, chronicles the romance between a wealthy British woman (played by Kate Winslet) and a working-class American (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) on the doomed ship Titanic at the beginning of the 20th century.
A timeless tale of love and adventure set against the exotic background of Casablanca during WWII, this film chronicles the love between an American expatriate (Humphrey Bogart) and a former flame (Ingrid Berman).
P.S. I Love You (2007)
A young woman (Hilary Swank) is left a widow after her husband (Gerard Butler) dies unexpectedly, but she finds that he’s left a series of letters and adventures for her to complete as a way to help her move through his death and find new life.
Evening is a drama exploring the romantic past and emotional present of Ann Grant (Clare Danes) and her daughters, Constance (Natasha Richardson) and Nina (Toni Collette). As Ann lays dying, she tells her daughters of an event that occurred 50 years ago wen she was a young woman and fell hopelessly in love with a man named Harris.
Lucky One (2012)
A Marine (Zac Efron) travels to Louisiana after serving three tours in Iraq and searches for the unknown woman (Taylor Schilling) he believes was his good luck charm during the war.
If Only (2004)
A man gets a miraculous second chance to show his girlfriend how much she means to him. This is a beautiful movie starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paul Nicholls that will challenge you to think of how you might live life differently if you only had one more day with the one you love.
Down to Earth (2001)
A successful comedian (Chris Rock) who prioritized his career over his love life dies but gets the chance to come back to earth in another man’s body. What will he do with his second chance on earth and a new lease on life?
The Proposal (2009)
When a high-powered New York business woman from Canada (Sandra Bullock) is on the brink of being deported, she tries to make the situation legal by getting married to her assistant (Ryan Renolds). The first step: meeting the parents at their home in Alaska.
Only You (1994)
As a teenager, Faith (Marissa Tomei) goes to a medium and gets the name of her future husband: Damon Bradley. When she grows up, she ends up engaged to a man with a different name but on the day of her wedding, she gets a call from a Damon Bradley (Robert Downey Jr.). She flies to Italy to see him and find out if he is, in fact, the man of her destiny. What she gets is a surprise of an entirely different kind.
Somewhere in Time (1980)
A Chicago playwright (Christopher Reeves) uses self-hypnosis to find the actress whose vintage portrait hangs in a grand hotel (Jane Seymour), believing that they knew each other over eighty years ago.
The Princess Bride (1987)
Possibly one of the most beloved movies of all time, The Princess Bride is told as a story within a story and is a classic fairy tale of mistaken identities, adventure, heroics, and of course, true love. Cary Elwes and Robin Wright play the leads in a movie full of colorful characters and an immense amount of heart.
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks star in one of the most celebrated movies of all time. A widower’s son writes a letter to a radio host telling her about his father’s difficulty with sleeping ever since he lost his wife. When the widower (Tom Hanks) goes on the air to talk about how much he loved her, an entire nation falls in love with him. A Baltimore newspaper reporter (Annie) also finds herself falling for him even though she is engaged to another man.
500 Days of Summer (2009)
A modern love story told with the ending in mind, this film recounts the memory of the romance between Summer (Zoey Deschanel) and Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). It’s a film that goes back and re-examines a relationship after it’s done, exploring the viewpoints of both parties.
Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998)
This is a live-action version of the classic Cinderella tale, staring Drew Barrymore as Cinderella and Dougray Scott as Prince Henry. The real-life retelling of the story makes for an interesting film, with substitutions like Leonardo da Vinci in place of a fairy godmother.
Romeo and Juliet (1968)
This classic story of star-crossed lovers needs no introduction, and this Oscar-winning film version does a wonderful job of staying true to the text and portraying the passion of young love. Leonard Whiting plays Romeo and Olivia Hussey plays Juliet.
When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) meet when she gives him a ride to New York after they both graduate from the University of Chicago. The film jumps through their lives as they both search for love, but fail, bumping into each other time and time again. Finally a close friendship blooms between them, and they both like having a friend of the opposite sex. But then they are confronted with the problem: “Can a man and a woman be friends, without sex getting in the way?
Love Actually (2003)
This is an unusual film in that it features eight different love stories, each one different in their own way and highlighting the fact that love happens uniquely for everyone. Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Keira Knightly, and others star in this Christmas romance classic.
This film showcases the early life of genius and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman, played by Matthew Broderick, and the love between him and Arline Greenbaum (Patricia Arquette).
Never Been Kissed (1999)
Josie (Drew Barrymore) had a hard time in high school. Now all grown up, she’s a reporter who is given the assignment to go undercover and document the secret life of high school students. Her brother helps her out to make it with the cool kids, but in the mean time, she has her eye on the ridiculously good-looking English teacher.
Say Anything (1989)
High school senior Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) wants nothing more than to go out with beautiful and intelligent Diane Court (Ione Skye). Lloyd attempts to win her heart over the objections of her over-protective father before Diane leaves for a scholarship in England. This is the movie with the famous boom box scene!
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
After a bad break-up, Joel wants to have every memory of his former lover (Kate Winslet) erased. As he’s undergoing the procedure, however, he remembers how much he loves her and starts trying to save his memories of her. This movie is about whether or not people can really be destined to be with one another and fall for each other over and over again.
Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)
Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) is a normal woman. She worries about weight, about men, and about finding the right path for her life. For New Year’s, she starts a diary and resolves to completely change herself. While that might not exactly happen, she does find herself caught between two men who are completely opposite (Hugh Grant and Colin Firth).
You’ve Got Mail (1998)
Rom-com hard hitters Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks star in another classic movie that weaves the intersection of virtual and physical lives with the story of two business rivals that fall in love online but don’t know that they already have a real-life relationship.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
In this modern re-telling of The Taming of the Shrew, Julia Stiles plays Cat, the man-hating, down-on-love older sister of Bianca, who isn’t allowed to date until her sister does. When a boy is intent on dating Bianca, he bribes the craziest boy in school (Heath Ledger) to woo the heart of Cat.