Top 10 Best Romantic Movies

Down Below is the list of Best Romantic Movies which were highly appreciated and loved by the audience:


The Fault in Our Stars

Seventeen-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster stumbles upon Augustus Waters during a cancer patient's support group. They initially have a rocky start but hit it off eventually. Hazel and Augustus then travel to Amsterdam to meet Hazel's favorite author Peter Van Houten. After getting back home they learn of a horrible truth which will have a huge impact on their young innocent life.

IMDB: 7.7/10

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A Walk To Remember

Landon Carter "The Popular Guy" of the school nearly kills his fellow classmate and as punishment, the Principal orders him to assist the janitorial staff, tutor underprivileged kids, and participate in the school's yearly play. He now is the outcast among the good kids, during the play rehearsals he meets Jamie Sullivan the good-natured, down to earth church minister's daughter. Landon and his friends have always made fun of her but as he gets to know her, he finds himself falling in love with her. But Jamie has a secret which could turn Landon's life upside down.

IMDB: 7.4/10

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Me Before You

Young and quirky Louisa "Lou" Clark (Emilia Clarke)lose her one job and to help her family make ends meet she takes another at the Traynor mansion. Her merry frame of mind is put under serious scrutiny when she becomes a caregiver for Will Traynor (Sam Claflin), a wealthy young banker left paralyzed from an accident two years earlier making him hate life itself. Will's skeptical outlook starts changing when Louisa shows him that life is indeed worth living. As their bond deepens, their lives and feelings change in ways neither one could have envisioned.

IMDB: 7.4/10

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To All The Boys I've Loved Before

Netflix’s most popular entry into the rom-com genre (based on the novel by Jenny Han) was for many an instant classic—not least for blessing the world with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), Jake Ryan of the internet era. Lana Condor stars as Lara Jean, a quiet high school kid who relieves her romantic pressures by writing never-to-be-mailed love letters to the objects of her affection—including her older sister’s ex-boyfriend. Until one night, they get sent out. Hijinks—and a fake turned not-so-fake relationship—ensue.

IMDB: 7.2/10

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Crazy, Stupid, Love.

On the off chance that The 40-Year-Old Virgin was proof that Steve Carell could be a sentimental lead, this was the evidence. Close by Julianne Moore (as the cheating spouse he needs to win back) and Ryan Gosling (who plays his mentor), to a tremendous exhibition from a high school child who adores his sitter (who in turn cherishes his pleasant person father), Carell is all around coordinated. Toss in Kevin Bacon as a sentimental opponent and Emma Stone as a law understudy simply out of Gosling's span, and we're all set. It's a parody that is as much about tolerating the unavoidable truths that apply to everyone—be they middle age, the individuals we can't have, or the individuals we don't need others engaged with—as much for what it's worth about an interest or anyone relationship. It's about how love truly is now and again, which can be sentimental in its own right.

IMDB: 7.4/10


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Love Rosie

Since they were children Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) have been close. They shared music they found, Alex shared his dreams about being inanimate objects, and they plan to head to Boston together as he goes to Harvard, to become a doctor, and she goes to Boston University to study hotel management. However, one dance leads to a drastic change of plans for Rosie, and throws off the shared dreams of her and Alex. Leaving you left to wonder: Will things end with them together, or will too many changes drive them apart?

IMDB: 7.2/10

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Crazy Rich Asians

Based on the novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan, this film takes a deep dive into the splashy, sparkling lives of Singapore’s elite, with the story of Rachel (Constance Wu), who falls in love with Nick (Henry Golding) before learning that his family, headed by terrifying matriarch Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh), is among the richest in Singapore. The central question of whether love can conquer money is almost outshone by the film’s dazzling surroundings as well as Rachel's nouveau riche friends, played perfectly by Awkwafina and Ken Jeong.

IMDB: 6.9/10

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Silver Lining Playbook

When writer-director David O. Russell’s tough, unsentimental family dramedy nabbed the Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival, it jumped into the Oscar race. So did its romantic leads, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, who plays two lost, emotionally damaged yet attractive people who draw comfort and kinship from each other. The delicately edited movie is not your typical romantic comedy but is both funny and moving. Even in this cynical age, we root for these characters in pain to heal each other, win their dance contest, and find true love. An actress who relies on her own instincts on how to read a character and make her real, Kentucky-bred Lawrence, who got her first Oscar nomination for her role in “Winter’s Bone” and gained global recognition as heroine Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games,” embraced Russell’s hardboiled directing style — and won the Oscar. — AT


 IMDB: 7.7/10


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10 Things I Hate About You

One can say that 10 Things I hate about you is a blend of teen movie and romantic comedy, but what sets this film apart from random high-school drama is the mature performances from Julia Stiles and the late, great Heath Ledger, who personify the frustration of being over high school but too young for college in separate, equally winning ways. In a way, the incredibly juvenile premise—a spin on Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew in which Ledger’s character is paid to take out Stiles’s, so that a whole other set of characters can go out with her younger sister—is just there to be transcended, as sparks fly between two people who had long ago given up on this dumb school (and, by extension, this dumb town). Joseph Gordon-LevittDavid KrumholtzSusan May Pratt, and Larisa Oleynik round out the cast for an especially endearing view of high-school power dynamics and the banal cruelties of teenage heartbreak. All that, plus a public display of affection on a football field using Frankie Valli’s “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You.” —Sonia Saraiya

IMDB: 7.3/10


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Notting Hill

She was just a girl standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her—except she was Julia Roberts, fresh off the success of My Best Friend’s Wedding, and he was Hugh Grant, post–Sense and Sensibility. In other words, these were two immensely actors stretching some already toned muscles, and it made the audience fall in love with them even more. Notting Hill unfolds like a modern-day fairy tale, as a wildly famous actress falls in love with a humble shopkeeper. The clothes might be dated—1999 was a truly embarrassing year for all of us—but the appeal is eternal. It checks all the boxes: the meet-cute, the wacky friends, the lovable stars with electric chemistry and skill for adorably awkward entanglements. (In what world would anyone say “no” to having orange juice spilled on them by a 1990s Hugh Grant?) In fact, Notting Hill exceeds these conventions to a degree that, in any other film, might have been corny or sugarcoated. (Really, there are multiple meet-cutes; Hugh Grant is exceedingly awkward.) But thanks to its stars, as well as the careful writing by Richard Curtis, who had made magic with Grant in Four Weddings and a Funeral just a few years before, Notting Hill hits all the requisite notes just right. — Laura Bradley.

IMDB: 7.1/10



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