My top ten romantic movies all time begins with Moulan Rouge, Baz Lurman's 2001 ode to love. Also from 2001, my number nine movie is Serendipity. Kate Beckinsale never looked lovelier. Number eight is 1991's Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Coming in at number seven is Cameron Crowe's 1989 masterpiece, Say Anything. (That's two for John Cusack.) Number six Dirty Dancing, from 1987. Patrick Swayze proved he was a lover AND a fighter. My number five movie is 1982's An Officer and a Gentleman, with perhaps the most romantic ending ever. Number four would be a classic from 1953, Roman Holliday. I much prefer this to Breakfast at Tiffany's. Coming in at number three is 1947's The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Number two is the colossal 1997 hit, Titanic. I don't the think a movie has ever been scored as great as that was. And at number one, I know it's cliche, but what can I say. Casablanca. Simply put, the movie is perfect. Not just the best romantic film of all time, but the film period.