Valentine's Day 2020: The 15 Best Romantic Movies Of All Time
1/15 Feel-good romance: Dirty Dancing (1987)
We can't take our eyes off this classic guilty pleasure, not this Valentine's Day. "Nobody puts Baby in the corner", especially when she's after a handsome dance instructor who can give her a legendary lift.
2/15 Step Up (2006)
Tyler Gage (Channing Tatum) receives the opportunity of a lifetime after vandalising a performing arts school, gaining him the chance to be the dance partner of a young and gifted dancer, Nora (Jenna Dewan).
3/15 Pretty Woman (1990)
A romance develops between a wealthy businessman (Richard Gere) and a prostitute (Julia Roberts) in this ‘90s Cinderella tale. Strawberries and champagne, anyone?
4/15 Roman Holiday (1953)
An European princess played by Audrey Hepburn falls in love with an American reporter in the romantic city of Rome—what’s not to love?
5/15 Always Be My Maybe (2019)
An irresistible Netflix rom com starring Ali Wong and Randall Park, Always Be My Maybe is about two childhood sweethearts with unfinished business. Reconnecting after 15 years, the two start to wonder—maybe?
6/15 Hitch (2005)
Dating expert played by Will Smith helps this latest client to woo the woman of his dream, but he’s the one who could really take a dose of his own advice.
7/15 Just romance: When Harry Met Sally (1989)
With a platonic relationship spanning over a decade, Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) and Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) are on the verge of being something more. You'll want to have "what she's having" in the restaurant scene of the movie.
8/15 You’ve Got Mail (1998)
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks play two business rivals who despise each other in real life but unknowingly fall in love over the internet.
9/15 Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)
When you have Colin Firth and Hugh Grant as your potential suitors, who will you choose? Watch this British romantic comedy to find out who Renée Zellweger thinks is the right guy for her.
10/15 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
It’s impossible to not fall in love with Heath Ledger—especially when he sings “I Love You Baby” in front of everyone while climbing the school bleachers. Take it back to your teenage years with this classic teen rom com based on William Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.
11/15 Sappy Romance: The Notebook (2004)
A classic romantic tear-jerker starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, The Notebook tells the story of two young lovers who are kept apart by their social circles—but couldn't help falling in love even more every time they see each other. Make sure to have lots of tissues handy.
12/15 Me Before You (2016)
A girl in a small town (Emilia Clarke) takes up a job to take care of a young recently-paralysed man (Sam Claflin), the two develop an unexpected relationship that blossoms between them.
13/15 P.S. I Love You (2007)
P.S. I Love You follows a young widow who discovers that her late husband has left behind 10 messages intended to help ease her pain and start a new life. This one will really get the tears flowing.
14/15 Titanic (1997)
No romantic movies list is complete without Titanic. A boy and a girl from different social classes fall in love aboard the infamously doomed RMS Titanic.
15/15 A Star Is Born (2018)
A young singer (Lady Gaga) is discovered by a hard-drinking rockstar, and the two embark on a musical-love journey together. The music alone is worth the watch.