The Best Valentine’s Day Movies to Stream on Showtime in February 2020

Love is in the air this month. And if you’re looking to add a little romance to your watch list, Showtime has you covered. The premium cable network has a solid lineup of romantic films that will get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day, whether you’re looking for a comedy or a tearjerker. 

‘The English Patient’ 

Ralph Fiennes, Juliet Binoche, and Kristin Scott Thomas star in this epic 1996 romance, about a seriously injured World War II soldier who recounts the story of his affair with another man’s wife while he was mapping uncharted territory in North Africa a decade earlier. The English Patient won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture. 

‘Letters to Juliet’

A young woman named Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) visits Verona, Italy — home of Romeo and Juliet — with her distracted fiancé. While exploring the city, she discovers that women leave “letters to Juliet,” which are answered by a team of local women. She joins them, and soon develops a connection with an elderly woman named Claire (Vanessa Redgrave) looking for her long-lost love. In the process, Sophie begins to fall for Claire’s handsome grandson.  


In this based-on-a-true-story film, Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin star as Tami and Richard, a couple who set out to sail from Tahiti to California. But when a hurricane nearly sinks their boat — and leaves Richard’s fate uncertain — Tami draws on her love for him as she struggles to survive. 

‘Jerry Maguire’

Tom Cruise In 'Jerry Maguire'
Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire | TriStar/Getty Images

These days, Jerry Maguire might be best remembered for the now-classic lines “Show me the money!” and “You had me at hello.” But this movie about a disgruntled sports agent (Tom Cruise) who strikes out on his own is more than just one-liners. There’s plenty of romance too, as Cruise’s character navigates his relationship with Dorothy (Renée Zellweger), the loyal co-worker who he falls for.

‘Tell It to the Bees’

In this 1950s-set movie, a doctor (Anna Paquin) returns home to a small Scottish town to take over her father’s medical practice. She becomes friendly with a young boy, who she invites to take care of the bees in her yard. At the same time, she finds herself developing a relationship with the boy’s mother (Holliday Grainger). But will their love be able to survive the prejudices of the time?

‘Blue Valentine’

Not every romantic beginning leads to a happy ending, as is made abundantly clear in the 2010 film Blue Valentine. Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams star as an unhappily married couple with a young daughter. In a series of flashbacks, we see the start of their relationship and are able to see how and why things turned sour. 

Every new movie on Showtime in February 2020 

Here’s the complete list of new movies on Showtime in February. 

Available February 1:

Addams Family Values

Against the Ropes



The Best of Enemies 


Billy Elliot

Boyz n the Hood

The Brothers

District 9

Employee of the Month

Fahrenheit 9/11

Fifty Shades of Black

Good Luck Chuck


House Party

House Party 2



Last Action Hero

Letters To Juliet

Made of Honor


Peggy Sue Got Married

The Perfect Score


Pitch Black

The Punisher

The Replacement Killers

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The Terminator


Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

The Wrong Todd

Available February 5

The Parts You Lose 

The Wind 

Available February 15

Them That Follow