How many movies per day/week do you watch? How many hours are you spending watching movies?
And when you say “romance” movies, what are you talking about? Are you talking about romantic comedies or something else? Can you list an example or two?
What are the movies you watch typically rated? Do the movies generally show unmarried couples making love? Is marriage honored in the movies you watch, or is it scoffed at and considered just a piece of legal paper?
Are you watching the movies as an escape from life? Why? (You don’t have to answer that question on this forum, but it’s worth thinking about in your own soul.)
What would be different about your life if you didn’t watch the movies? What would you do instead? Are your ideas about what you would do realistic; e.g., if you think you would spend 90 minutes a day in prayer and reading religious books, would you REALLY, truly do this? Or would you just sit around and read romance novels or go online?
If you weren’t watching movies, would you spend more time doing chores or schoolwork or interacting with your family and friends? Again, is this realistic? Is your family open to “family time” and conversation, or are they dysfunctional and unable to relate to each other? Do you have friends, or can you make friends if you don’t? Do you have transportation to be able to spend time with them, or are you living in an isolated setting far away from others?
What I’m getting at is that you need to figure out what exactly you would be doing if you weren’t watching movies, especially since you want to use that 90 minutes a day (or whatever the time is) to seek your vocation.
If you did spend a lot of time in prayer and Scripture reading, what would your family think of this kind of religious devotion? Are they OK with it? Would they encourage you or make fun of you? And how does your family feel about the movies? Are they OK with that? Do you feel that the movies are a source of conflict between you and your family? Do your parents nag at you to shut off the TV and do something useful, or help out with chores?
Do the movies bring you joy? Are they a means of relaxing and recreation? What kind of recreational pursuits would you get involved in if you didn’t watch movies? I personally feel that watching a movie every day is not excessive. Many people love movies, and if they are uplifting and inspiring to you, why not watch them?
Do you have any skills involving movies? Perhaps your interest in films is indicative of your vocation. My daughter is a professional stage manager in California, and throughout her childhood and teen years, she was always interested in plays, opera, ballet, etc. Could it be possible that God is calling you to a career in film or theater? There are lots of theater professions other than acting. Some examples are writing (screenplays and stage plays, as well as television scripts), lighting, sound, set design, stage management, makeup, costuming, carpentry, etc.
Or perhaps it’s the romances that are helping you to find your vocation. Have you ever thought about writing a romance novel? (I realize that if you are young, this might be kind of difficult if you haven’t experienced a romance yet!) Or perhaps there is some other kind of writing that you would be good at.
Or maybe God wants you to be a psychologist or counselor, and help people who are having romance problems.
Or perhaps God is calling you to be married and have a nice husband and children, and live a quiet life of being in love with your husband and raising your children up well. That is a beautiful vocation, and maybe the romance films are helping your to long for this vocation. I personally think that you would be better to turn off the fantasy romances and instead, spend time with other young people, both girls and boys, to learn to interact with real people. But I don’t see any harm in an occasional romance movie.
Are you in good shape? Does watching the movies prevent you from working out and eating well, or do you work out while you are watching the movies? I’m asking this because you should probably plan to be in good shape for your future vocation, whatever it is. There are very few vocations that are easier if you are out of shape, obese, and unhealthy. Marriage and childbearing are easier if you are in shape and at a normal weight.
I hope that some of these questions from a mom (with two grownup girls) will be helpful to you.