I feel like I have seen them all but maybe there is one out there that I have missed!
Groundhog Day, one of the only romantic comedies I can stand.
1. About Last Night
2. This Year's Love
3. True Romance
"The Holiday" with Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law & Jack Black
I love The Holiday. One of my favorites, too. Also Overboard, A Star is Born (the Barbra Streisand version), Orchestra Wives, You've Got Mail, Romeo & Juliet (the Olivia Hussey version), and the one with Queen Latifah where she thinks she's dying, it's a remake of an old movie. I think it's called The Last Vacation, Titanic (Leo DiCaprio version), Casablanca, Sleepless in Seattle, Ghost, the one with Jane Seymour where she's in love with a ghost, and City of Angels.
"Only You" with Marisa Tomei and Robet Downey Jr. It was really cute and fun.
Before Sunrise (1995)
Not on the list of great romance movies, but it had me on the edge of my seat the whole time
I wanted to be there.
there's too many to name for love stories although my vote would go for something like this
1. Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind
2. Brokeback Mountain
3. William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (remake with Leonardo DiCaprio)
4. Talk To Her
5. Gone With The Wind
8. It Happened One Night
9. Mr. Deeds goes to Town (not that crappy lame remake by Adam Sandler, but the original)
Yes seen both Movies. Being on the road most of my life , there has been a few women in likeness of that relationships.
Brokeback Mountain was the first gay romance movie I've ever seen and it was deeply sad also.
In no particular order:
2. When Harry Met Sally
3. Before Sunrise
4. Before Sunset
5. There's Something about Mary
While You were Sleeping, Untamed Heart, The Crow, True Romance
One of my favorites which I still remember to this day is When Harry Met Sally starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan.
This one is different from the usual romance movies because the hero wasn't even attracted to the heroine but kind of ends up being best friends with her. Somehow their weird friendship blossomed into love.
My absolute favourite is The American President. I've seen this more times than I care to admit.
There are some really good ones. But I think my absolute favorite is The Whole Wide World starring Vincent D'Onofrio and Renee Zellweger. It's based on a true story. A little quirky but there is a kissing scene that will melt you socks and curl your toes.
I love Ghost! Great drama, mystical and the message of love is eternal!
Hands down: Pride and Prejudice.
The modern version with Keira Knightly and Matthew McFaddon -- OMG, talk about melting....
I love both characters -- strong, spunky, misunderstood, and of course, destined to be together!
Titanic and When a Man Loves a Woman...
They are great.
Titanic make us dream and cry
When a Man Loves a Woman show us the power of love and how sometimes some mountains can be moved.
Almost anything with Meg Ryan:
Kate and Leopold
When Harry Met Sally
City of Angels
What Dreams May Come (Robin Williams)
The Princess Bride
Wings of Desire/Far Away So Close
While You Were Sleeping, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, Pretty in Pink and that's all I can think up for now. And I forgot, Pride and Prejudice, the old TV version.
"Casablanca" and "Now Voyager". Both fantastic love stories and very romantic -- 1940s-style!
I loved "Message in a Bottle" and "City of Angels."
"Titanic" was good too.
* Stranger Than Fiction
* The Thomas Crown Affair ~ the remake
* The Family Stone
* Bridget Jones Diary
* Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
* Fools Rush In
* An Affair To Remember
* Strictly Ballroom
* Dan in Real Life
* It's a Wonderful Life
I'll stop here.
The old 1950s film, "Love is a Many Splendoured Thing," With Jennifer Jones and William Holden springs to mind. I saw it as a teenager and it left tear in my eyes. Beautiful movie with a terrific theme song.
There are lot of great romantic movies, but here are my favorites:
A Walk To Remember
Shakespeare in Love
You've Got Mail
I do not cry easily, this one had a whole box of hankies wiped out.
Truly Madly Deeply
Sabrina - Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart
Overboard - Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn
Pretty Woman - Richard Gere and Julia Roberts
Casablanca - Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart
Gone With The Wind - Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh
Ladyhawke - Rutger Hower and Michelle Pfeiffer
I guess "A Walk To Remember" a good one + "PS. I love You".
I wonder why Nobody mentioned them!!
PS. I love You ... lol
Dirty Dncing is a good one!! and never forget Love and Basketball!! yeah!! lol
Love, The perfect catch its a great love story, mixed with a healthy dose sports humour and its got Drew Barrymore looking particualy fine.
Im not very much on those but if i have to pic it would be The Notebook.
I have watched Pretty Woman and The Note Book countless times.
The old 1950s film, "Love is a Many Splendoured Thing" with William Holden and Jennifer Jones was good - especially the theme song.
2. Romeo and Juliet
3. P.S. I Love You
4.Wuthering Heights (an English TV film)
in chronological order of course:
1. Chilly Scenes of Winter
3. Tromeo & Juliet
4. The Family Man
5. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (yes, I really do consider that a romance)
The Wedding Singer (1998)
A simple and sweet story that touches your heart.
Keeping the Faith and Fight Club (I know, I know, but the end scene makes it a romantic movie in my eyes).
That *could* be because I have a thing for Edward Norton, though ...
The love story at the base of "The Crow" is one that is hard to beat in my eyes. I love that film.
and "Ever after" with Drew Barrymore. Totally cheesy but lovely.
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