Who says a Valentine's Day movie has to be the latest rom-com?

Plenty of movies, including Westerns, musicals and comedies, can be just as entertaining.

Here is a list of 10 timeless movies to watch on Valentine's Day that each include a love story — in one way or another. These movies are also family-friendly. Information for the summaries and what to expect was taken from imdb.com, rottentomatoes.com and ok.com.

'Casablanca' (1942)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 42 minutes

Summary: Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), who owns a nightclub in Casablanca, discovers his old flame Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). Laszlo is a famed rebel, and with the Germans on his tail, Ilsa knows Rick can help them get out of the country.

What to expect: Although "Casablanca" is known for its romance, it includes plenty of action and adventure as well. From this movie you learn there are times when one needs to give up something that is cherished in order for life to be better overall. This theme is seen throughout the movie when the characters are faced with numerous decisions.

"Casablanca" is No. 1 on the American Film Institute's movie list of "100 Years... 100 Passions."

'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' (1954)

Rating: G

Running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Summary: Milly (Jane Powell), a pretty young cook, marries Adam (Howard Keel), a grizzled woodsman, after a brief courtship. When the two return to Adam's farm, Milly is shocked to meet his six ill-mannered brothers, all of whom live in his cabin. She promptly begins teaching the brothers proper behavior and, most importantly, how to court a woman. But after the brothers kidnap six local girls during a town barn-raising, a group of angry villagers tries to track them down.

What to expect: "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" is a delightfully funny and entertaining musical, with a pleasant feel-good story and wonderful performances. Stanley Donen directs with support from choreographer Michael Kidd. All of the six brothers are professional dancers. For a fun fact, the catwoman Julie Newmar is the bride Dorcas Gailen.

'The Man from Snowy River' (1982)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 42 minutes

Summary: After the death of his father, proud young Jim Craig (Tom Burlinson) sets out to become his own man. Taking a job with horse rancher Harrison (Kirk Douglas), Craig is treated poorly by the more experienced cowboys, but wins the heart of the rancher's daughter, Jessica (Sigrid Thornton), when he helps her break a high-strung colt and later saves her life. When he's unfairly blamed for the loss of an expensive horse, Craig fights to restore his honor and prove that he's worthy of Jessica's hand.

What to expect: Plenty of Western action in "The Man from Snowy River" will appease the kids. Adults will find the love story truly touching. Unlike most movies nowadays, it contains no nudity or profanity.

'The Princess Bride' (1987)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 38 minutes

Summary: A fairy tale adventure about a beautiful young princess named Buttercup (Robin Wright) and her one true love, Westley (Cary Ewles). Westley must find Buttercup after a long separation and save her from soon-to-be- husband Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon). They must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to be reunited with each other. The movie is based on the William Goldman novel.

What to expect: The Princess Bride" is a classic movie that has it all: action, adventure, mystery, comedy and, of course, romance. The plot is rich, with a few innuendos kids are likely to miss. The dialogue is full of funny catch phrases. If you like sarcastic humor and fast wit, "The Princess Bride" will make your day.

'Sleepless in Seattle' (1993)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Summary: Sam (Tom Hanks) is a single father and widower trying his best to raise his son. When Sam's son Jonah (Ross Malinger) calls into a talk radio program looking for a new mother, Sam gets on the phone and shares his heartache. Thousands of miles away, Annie (Meg Ryan) hears the program and immediately falls in love with Sam.

What to expect: "Sleepless in Seattle" is a great reminder that there is always someone for everyone. Its spontaneous scenes will have you laughing at one moment, then crying the next. Hanks and Ryan make a great pair with their undeniable chemistry.

'While You Were Sleeping' (1995)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Summary: Lonely Lucy (Sandra Bullock) saves a man's life and becomes part of his family while he is in a coma as they mistakenly believe she is his fiancee. That's when she catches the attention of his brother, Jack (Bill Pullman).

What to expect: "While You Were Sleeping" is beautiful and sweet in so many ways. You are reminded of the more old-fashioned romances of the '40s and '50s. There is not one hint of sexuality or lust, as the love blossoms between Jack and Lucy in an honest, pure and altogether endearing way.

'You've Got Mail' (1998)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 59 minutes

Summary: A reunion of "Sleepless In Seattle" stars Ryan, who plays Kathleen Kelly, and Hanks, playing Joe Fox. He owns a bookstore chain that threatens to shut down her small book shop. Unknowingly, they fall for each other online.

What to expect: If you're starving for a great romantic film, "You've Got Mail" is sure to satisfy your appetite. It's interesting to get a glimpse of what romance can be like in the digital world and in the years to come. It is a definite must-see for people who love good romantic stories. It's appropriate for young children as well.

'Ever After' (1998)

Rating: PG-13 for momentary strong language

Running time: 2 hours

Summary: Danielle (Drew Barrymore) is made a servant by her new stepmother (Anjelica Huston). She also has two new stepsisters. Her path eventually crosses with the handsome Prince Henry (Dougray Scott), who has his own domestic troubles.

What to expect: "Ever After" is a wonderfully imaginative romance. It's a classic Cinderella tale set in 16th-century France. Barrymore and Scott are simply outstanding. Danielle's character is strong and determined, but at the same time beautiful and delicate, often unpredictable. Henry is determined, coherent, constantly in search of true values and fascinated by those who can live their lives intensively. There is no doubt they must belong to one another.

'Return to Me' (2000)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 53 minutes

Summary: Architect Bob Rueland (David Duchovny) loses his wife Elizabeth (Joley Richardson) in an auto accident. A year later, he meets and falls for waitress Grace Briggs (Minnie Driver), who one year earlier was the recipient of a heart transplant.

What to expect: "Return to Me" is a seemingly impossible story of inspiration, family and love that appeals to divine intervention. Classic scenes and writing make this story enjoyable and touching to watch over and over again.

'A Walk to Remember' (2002)

Rating: PG

Running time: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Summary: Landon Carter (Shane West), a popular student, is held responsible for a prank that put someone in the hospital. As punishment, he must participate in after-school community service activities, which include the school play. There he meets Jamie Sullivan (Mandy Moore), the reverend's daughter.

What to expect: "A Walk to Remember" will make you want to become a better person. It conveys a sense of optimism for life, love, faith and the ability for everyone to change — at any age. Pulitzer Prize winner Roger Ebert called the film "a small treasure.