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Movies to Watch If You Loved 'Culpa Mia': Guilty Pleasure Romance

Movies to Watch If You Loved 'Culpa Mia': Guilty Pleasure Romance

Berfin Ceren Meray
September 12 2023 - 12:00pm

If you've fallen for the allure of films like 'Culpa Mia' and are craving more of that irresistible guilty pleasure romance, you're in for a treat! 'Culpa Mia' brought to the screen a passionate and captivating love story that left viewers enthralled. To satiate your appetite for more riveting, steamy, and often controversial romances, we've curated a list of movies that share the same magnetic allure. These films, like 'Culpa Mia,' offer love stories filled with complexities, obsessions, and unconventional twists that will keep you hooked from start to finish. Get ready to embark on a journey through love, desire, and temptation with our handpicked selection of movies that are sure to satisfy your craving for compelling guilty pleasure romances.

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1. 365 Days (2020)

1. 365 Days (2020)

'365 Days' is a Polish erotic thriller that sent shockwaves through the movie world in 2020. This steamy romance centers around Massimo, a young Italian gangster, who abducts Laura, a beautiful Polish woman, leading to a complex relationship of dominance and submission. While it has its fair share of controversy, the undeniable chemistry between the leads and the guilty pleasure factor make it an intriguing watch. Don't forget to check out the sequels, '365 Days: This Day' and 'The Next 365 Days.'

2. "The Notebook" (2004):

2.  "The Notebook" (2004):

Based on Nicholas Sparks' novel, 'The Notebook' tells the story of a passionate love between a poor young man and a rich young woman, torn apart by social differences. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams' incredible chemistry adds depth to this classic love story that transcends time.

3. "Sweet Home Alabama" (2002):

3. "Sweet Home Alabama" (2002):

Reese Witherspoon shines in this romantic comedy as a New York City socialite who must return to Alabama to divorce her husband after seven years of separation. The twist? Old feelings resurface, leading to a different kind of love triangle.

4. "The Boy Next Door" (2015):

4. "The Boy Next Door" (2015):

For fans of 'Culpa Mia' and Jennifer Lopez, 'The Boy Next Door' is a must-watch. This movie explores the consequences of a separated woman's passionate encounter with her son's friend, a nineteen-year-old named Noah. As Noah becomes obsessed, the story takes unexpected turns, providing both campy fun and intense moments.

5. "Fifty Shades of Grey" (2015):

5. "Fifty Shades of Grey" (2015):

A cultural phenomenon in its own right, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' follows the sensual journey of a man and a woman exploring BDSM. Starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, this movie offers a tantalizing exploration of desire. If you enjoy it, there are two more sequels to dive into.

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6. "Sorry If I Call You Love" (Perdona Si Te Llamo Amor):

6. "Sorry If I Call You Love" (Perdona Si Te Llamo Amor):

Based on Federico Moccia's novel, this Spanish adaptation captures a forbidden romance similar to 'Culpa Mia.' It follows Alex, an advertising executive, who unexpectedly falls for a charming student named Niki, creating a controversial relationship due to their age gap.

7. "Palm Trees in the Snow" (Palmeras En La Nieve):

7. "Palm Trees in the Snow" (Palmeras En La Nieve):

This Spanish romance film uncovers an unexpected love story as Clarence explores her father's past in Africa. The film beautifully blends romance and mystery, making it a captivating choice for fans of intriguing love stories.

8. "The Summer We Lived" (El Verano Que Vivimos):

8. "The Summer We Lived" (El Verano Que Vivimos):

Set in the summer of 1958, this Spanish romance film tells the story of a love triangle involving Hernan, an architect, and Lucía, his fiancée. The narrative is presented from the perspective of a journalist in 1998, adding an intriguing twist to this compelling tale.

Have you seen any of these movies before? Let's meet in the comments!

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