For Valentine's Day, I direct you over to the ten films selected for the month of February, but here's a late bonus entry in the Movie of the Day series. Shakespeare in Love, the Best Picture Oscar winner from 1998, is a gloriously funny, romantic, heartwarming pick for the holiday, and it's every bit as delightful today as it was on first release. Joseph Fiennes is a young Will Shakespeare, and in a charmingly clever and witty script by Tom Stoppard, we get to see how, while experiencing a bout of writer's block, he came up with the idea for his most famous play, Romeo and Juliet (coincidentally, one of the February movie choices). Gwyneth Paltrow is his muse, the lovely lady Viola, and the backstage shenanigans that surround the first ever staging of the show have a truly magical feel about them (who wouldn't want to be present at the birth of an iconic work of art?) Sit back and enjoy this wonderfully romantic movie, and have a happy Valentine's Day everybody!