The Very Best Valentine's Day TV and Film Moments in History

Whether you are spending Valentine's Day with your other half, with friends, or on your lonesome, there are plenty of ways to keep yourself entertained.

There are countless films and television moments out there that are dedicated to the most romantic day of the year. Why not revisit some of the very best Valentine's Day TV and film moments in history this February 14? Newsweek has a list of the very best moments below.

The Very Best Valentine's Day TV and Film Moments In History

1. Valentines Day

In 2010, Valentine's Day hit cinemas and romance changed forever. The clue is in the title, everything about this film is to do with Valentine's Day, so you are going to want to grab your popcorn and watch the entire thing.

The movie features an ensemble cast: Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Héctor Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Carter Jenkins, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts, and Bryce Robinson.

Taylor Swift fans are also in for a treat as the Grammy-winning singer makes her acting debut in the film as Felicia Miller.

The heartwarming follows all of the characters and their struggles with love on Valentine's Day, with everybody getting the happy ending audiences have been rooting for.

Valentines Day is streaming on Netflix now.

2. Sleepless in Seattle

One of the most romantic moments in film history takes place in Sleepless in Seattle and of course, the scene just happens to take place on Valentine's Day.

Finally, Sam (played by Tom Hanks) and Annie (Meg Ryan) at the end of the movie meet at the top of the Empire State Building on Valentine's Day after their romance appeared to be doomed throughout the movie.

On Valentines Day, Sam's son Jonah (Ross Aaron Malinger) flees to New York City and he chases after him, eventually finding Jonah on top of the Empire State Building. Just as they are about to leave, Sam bumps into Annie on the observation deck, who had just broken off an engagement.

Finally, everything has fallen into place and Sam and Annie's romance can finally begin. There's no passionate kiss or embrace or anything like that, just two people who have realized they might just be right for each other, or even better, soulmates.

Sleepless in Seattle is streaming on Netflix now.

3. Friends — The One With the Birthing Video

Noting says Happy Valentine's Day than watching a home-birthing video with your partner right? Well, that's what Chandler (Matthew Perry), Monica (Courteney Cox), and a very pregnant Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) get up to in Friends Season 8, Episode 15.

Chilling at home ahead of his Valentine's Day celebrations with Monica, Chandler finds a video he believes to be porn that Monica has left especially for him. However, as soon as he presses play, he is horrified by scenes of a random woman giving birth in a hospital.

To help him with the shock, Monica and Chandler end up watching the video together and actually grow to enjoy it, but it is a pregnant Rachel hilariously who finds it most difficult to watch.

Friends is streaming on Netflix now.

The Office — Blood Drive

It's Valentine's Day at Dunder Mifflin and paper boss Michael Scott (Steve Carell) has decided to throw a party for all the single people in the office, including himself.

In the episode, Michael is fleeing pretty low because of his breakup with Holly Flax (Amy Ryan) but when he meets a mysterious woman at a local blood drive, everything changes.

Unfortunately, Michael passes out before he can learn the woman's name and as a result, decides to throw a Singles Party with hopes she will attend.

Meanwhile, Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) go on an awkward double date with Phyllis (Phyllis Smith) and Bob Vance (Robert Ray Shafer Jr.)

New Girl — The Crawl

Nick Miller (Jake Johnson) shines in Episode 15, Season 4 of New Girl. Titled "The Crawl," Nick is at his lowest and decides to fulfill his dream of doing a pub crawl of his favorite pubs in Los Angeles.

With the slogan "The Crawl is for all" a single Nick, some of his single and not-so-single friends and strangers embark on the crawl of their lives.

In the end, Nick realizes he doesn't need to be in a relationship to feel loved or to love. He loves everybody on his pub crawl and they love him, even the people he doesn't even know. And New Girl fans will know, there is nothing more adorable than a happy Nick Miller.

New Girl is streaming on Netflix now.

Glee — Silly Love Songs

Fancy a singalong this Valentine's Day? Season 2, Episode 12 of Glee is what you will want to be watching.

Titled "Silly Love Song" the episode is, you guessed it, set against a backdrop of love songs. From "P.Y.T" by Michael Jackson and "My Funny Valentine" from the musical Babes in Arms to "Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen and "Silly Love Songs" by Paul McCartney.

Elsewhere, Rachel (Lea Michele) decides to focus on her career rather than her romance and performs an iconic rendition of Katy Perry's "Firework."

Glee is streaming on Amazon Prime now.

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Promotional portait of the cast of the television series, "Friends," circa 1996. L-R: Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc. Warner Brothers Television/Fotos International/Getty Images