Most Epic (50+) Romantic Movies.....

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 06-08-2009, 12:05 AM         #1
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Most Epic (50+) Romantic Movies.....


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If that don't make you want to get your Slumdog Millionaire on I don't know what will. I'm about to go download all those movies and watch them back to back like a teenage girl. What are some of the best romantic movies......Why can't you ever get that in real life, thats that real dedication.

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1. The Notebook

The Notebook is an all time favorite of everyone who loves romantic movies. This outstanding touching love story will surely become your favorite too…

view “notebook” trailer and try to not cry…

2. Dirty Dancing (1987)

This movie is magic, something more than the ordinary romantic movie. Everyone who has seen Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze dance into our hearts in this movie will remember it forever…

view “Dirty Dancing” trailer
3. Titanic (1997)

It’s something magic, fascinating and unforgetable about this love story. Leonardo diCaprio is the poor Jack, and Kate Winslet is the rich but unhappy Rose.

view “Titanic” trailer
4. Notting Hill (1999)

An easy-going romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. She is a famous star and he’s just an ordinary man, but the feelings between them are the same anyway.

view “Notting Hill” trailer
5. Gone With the Wind (1941)

This is by far the most classic romantic movie all times. Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh will always be remembered for their amazing characters in this movie.

view “Gone With the Wind” trailer
6. Grease (1978)

One of the most famous romantic movies ever without doubt. This is a romantic movie with plenty of music, plenty of dance and lots of feelings.

view “Grease” trailer
7. Pretty Woman

Pretty Woman I am sure you all have seen Pretty Woman at lease once in your life. But even so, you might want to see it again!

view “Pretty Woman” trailer
8. Wall-e

Wall-e is the newest cartoon from Pixar and Disney, and this cartoon can kick butt of any romantic movie out there.

view “Wall-e” trailer
9. Legends of the Fall (1995)

Legends of the Fall This is one of the most sad, touching but wonderful movies ever. It offers love, war, daily life and love and anger within a family.

view “Legends of the Fall” trailer
10. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)

Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey are both excellent in this entertaining, amusing and funny romantic comedy.

view “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” trailer

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9 comments for "Most Epic (50+) Romantic Movies....."

 06-08-2009, 12:05 AM         #2
magatsu  OP
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11. Moulin Rouge (2001)

Nicole Kidman is the beautiful Satine and Ewan McGregor is the writer who becomes her lover. They love each other deeply but there are lots of complications on the way and Satine isn’t well.

view “Moulin Rouge” trailer
12. A Room With a View (1986)

This is a beautiful and terrific movie starring Helena Bonham-Carter, Daniel Day-Lewis, Maggie Smith and other great actors. It’s a beautiful story about a girl who meets a guy, but will their love be able to survive?

“A Room With a View”
13. Just Like Heaven (2005)

Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo both realize that they have feelings for each other after lots of f!ghts and complicated problems. There’s only one probem, she isn’t alive. Or is she?

view “Just Like Heaven” trailer
14. Brokeback Mountain (2005)

This movie is a three times winner of the Academy Award and it surely deservs every one of them. See Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in a movie different from every other romantic movie.

view “Brokeback Mountain” trailer
15. Stepmom (1998)

Julia Roberts is the stepmom and Susan Sarandon is the biological mom. From the beginning they can’t stand each other but when one of them get’s really sick everything changes.

view “Stepmom” trailer
16. A Lot Like Love (2005)

They have fun together, they like each other but they are totally different from one another. They make a great couple but will they realize that before it’s too late?

view “A Lot Like Love” trailer
17. You’ve Got Mail (1998)

They are enemies in real life, but they have a crush online. Will she be able to forgive him for what she think he has done to her in real life?

view “You’ve Got Mail” trailer
18. Pearl Harbor (2001)

This is an interesting, sad and touching story, where you can see what war can do to a human, how much you can lose, but also how strong love can be.

view “Pearl Harbor” trailer
19. Armageddon (1998)

An exciting, fascinating, sad but also beautiful story where Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler are all excellent. This is a classic already and a movie you wouldn’t like to miss.

view “Armageddon” trailer
20. The Wedding Planner (2001)

Jennifer Lopez is the wedding planner
, and Matthew McConaughey is the groom to be. The question is, who will he marry? An easy-going, sweet romantic movie that is worth being watched.

view “The Wedding Planner” trailer
 06-08-2009, 12:06 AM         #3
magatsu  OP
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21. Runaway Bride (1999)

Julia Roberts is the bride who run away before she gets married every time. Richard Gere is the reporter who is going to write a story about her new upcoming wedding.

view “Runaway Bride” trailer
22. Love Story (1970)

This is one of the most beautiful, sad and touching movies ever. Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal makes a wonderful couple and their love reaches our hearts immediatly.

view “Love Story” trailer
23. Love Actually (2003)

They’ve made Bridget Jones’s Diary and they’ve made Notting Hill. This is another funny and entertaining romantic comedy, full of life and full of love and intrigues.

view “Love Actually” trailer
24. Working Girl (1988)

Melanie Griffith is the sweet woman who wants to have a career but who has met too many bad persons on her way.

view “Working Girl” trailer
25. The Perfect Man (2004)

Heather Locklear is the mom who is desperately searching for a relationship, and Hilary Duff is the teenager who tries to help her mom in every way.

view “The Perfect Man” trailer
26. Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)

Renee Zellweger is so fun as the unmarried, insecure Bridget Jones in this terrific movie. The story contains love, s3x, loneliness and plenty of humour. Will Bridget get a man in her life?

view “Bridget Jones’s Diary” trailer
27. When a Man Loves a Woman (1994)

Andy Garcia and Meg Ryan in a beautiful romantic movie with good times as well as bad times.

read “When a Man Loves a Woman” review
28. 50 First Dates (2004)

Drew Barrymore is the girl who suffers from memory loss, and Adam Sandler is the playboy who falls in love with her.

view “50 First Dates” trailer
29. America’s Sweethearts (2001)

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Julia Roberts are two sisters very different from each other in this movie. One is a famous movie star and the other one is just an ordinary girl.

view “America’s Sweethearts” trailer
30. Elizabethtown (2005)

Another movie with Kirsten Dunst. Here with Orlando Bloom in the other lead character. A very funny movie but also very sad.

view “Elizabethtown” trailer
 06-08-2009, 12:06 AM         #4
magatsu  OP
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31. Wimbledon (2004)

Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany is a cute couple in this movie about a young tennis player on her way up and an older player on his way down.

view “Wimbledon” trailer
32. Persuasion (2007)

A romantic movie based on one of Jane Austen’s books. Just as romantic and old fashioned as one could expect. It’s a classic already even though it’s recently released.

view “Persuasion” trailer
33. Sweet Home Alabama (2002)

Reese Witherspoon plays the smalltown girl who moves to the big city and gets a career. She’s getting married but first she needs to divorce her teenage love from the hometown.

view “Sweet Home Alabama” trailer
34. While You Were Sleeping (1995)

Sandra Bullock is falling in love with an unconscious man in this wonderful movie. The story gets complicated since his family thinks that she’s his girlfriend.

view “While You Were Sleeping” trailer
35. A Walk to Remember (2002)

A movie to remember with a terrific Mandy Moore in the lead. A trustworthy, touching story that you won’t forget ater you’ve seen it. Well written and absolutely worth being watched.

view “A Walk to Remember” trailer
36. Casablanca (1943)

This movie is one of the most famous romantic classics ever. It’s still one of the most popular romantic movies even though it’s more than 60 years since it was released.

view “Casablanca” trailer
37. Save the Last Dance (2001)

Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas makes a perfect couple in this romantic movie containing happiness as well as problems and sadness.

read “Save the Last Dance” review
38. The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

If you’re thinking of Clint Eastwood as a brutal cowboy without feelings you better think again because in this movie he’s excellent in the lead role where he’s playing against Meryl Streep.

view “The Bridges of Madison County” trailer
39. When Harry Met Sally (1989)

This is a true romantic classic starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal. It’s romantic as it should be and most of all it’s funny. I love this film, and I’m sure you will do that as well.

view “When Harry Met Sally” trailer
40. There’s Something About Mary (1998)

Cameron Diaz is excellent as Mary in this funny and sweet movie. This movie is very easy-going and there are no sad moments.

view “There’s Something About Mary” trailer
 06-08-2009, 12:07 AM         #5
magatsu  OP
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41. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

See Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell in this movie full of happiness, love but also sadness. If you choose to watch this movie you will get plenty of laughter but also some tears.

view “Four Weddings and a Funeral” trailer
42. Shakespeare in Love (1999)

Take the chance to see a totally different side of William Shakespeare than you’re used to.

view “Shakespeare in Love” trailer
43. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are playing the lead characters in this extremely funny and entertaining movie. This is one of those classic romantic movies that you should see.

read “Sleepless in Seattle” review
44. Something’s Gotta Give (2003)

This is a terrific romantic movie starring great actors like Jack Nicholson, Keanu Reeves, Diane Keaton and Amanda Peet. The movie has won several awards and it deservs every one of them.

view “Something’s Gotta Give” trailer
45. Cruel Intentions (1999)

It’s full of evil and hate but also the most important of all, love! Reese Witherspoon is excellent as always and Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar does great jobs as well.

view “Cruel Intentions” trailer
46. The Wedding Date(2005)

Debra Messing doesn’t want to go to her sisters wedding alone so she hire Dermot Mulroney to go with her as her boyfriend.

view “The Wedding Date” trailer
47. Falling in Love (1984)

It’s a beautiful story but full of complications which makes the film full of life from the beginning to the last minute.

read “Falling in Love” review
48. Never Been Kissed (1999)

This is a really sweet story about a girl, played by Drew Barrymore, who has never been kissed.

view “Never Been Kissed” trailer
49. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

When you say Breakfast at Tifany’s most people immediatly comes to think of the bright star Hepburn who is excellent in the lead character.

view “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” trailer
50. Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)

Ziyi Zhang and Suzuka Ohgo are excellent in this touching and interesting movie where we learn a lot about a totally different culture.

view “Memoirs of a Geisha” trailer
 06-08-2009, 12:08 AM         #6
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51. P.S. I Love You (2007)

This tale about love, life and death follows Holly Kennedy played by Hilary Swank – who was left alone, literally, by her Irish hubby Gerry, played by Gerard Butler.

view “P.S. I Love You” trailer
52. The Wedding Singer (1998)

One of the best Adam Sandler movies that I’ve ever seen, “The Wedding Singer” follows the love story between Robbie Hart and Julia played by Drew Barrymore.

view “The Wedding Singer” trailer
53. Tristan and Isolde (2006)

This sweeping period piece stars Rufus Sewell who plays Lord Mark, while the title roles are taken by James Franco and Sophia Myles.

view “Tristan and Isolde” trailer
54. s3x and the City the Movie (2008)

In this movie adaptation of the hit HBO series “s3x and the City”, Sarah Jessica Parker and the rest of the cast all reprise their roles to relive the characters that we’ve loved over the years.

view “s3x and the City the Movie” trailer
55. Ever After (1998)

Drew Barrymore hardly ever plays in period films – but she fits the role perfectly despite her bubbly personality.

view “Ever After” trailer
56. City of Angels (1998)

I know, I’ve probably watched this film a dozen times already – but I still get this warm and fuzzy feeling when seeing Meg Ryan and Nicholas Cage on screen together.

view “City of Angels” trailer
57. West Side Story (1961)

Most of us weren’t even born yet when this film was first shown on the big screen – so thank goodness for DVD’s and cable reruns.

view “West Side Story” trailer
58. If Only (2004)

“If Only”, a tale about a young singer songwriter who already built a life with her beau may have you confused – but the story works itself out in the end.

view “If Only” trailer
59. Across the Universe (2007)

The one song that I can’t forget about this movie is TV Carpio’s version of “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” where she’s portrayed as a lovesick cheerleader.

view “Across the Universe” trailer
60. Mamma Mia! (2008) may call it a “predictably glossy” screen adaptation of an Abba-scored musical, but let’s face it.

view “Mamma Mia!” trailer
 06-08-2009, 10:35 AM         #7
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Too many recent movies must be a young writer.

Casablanca is the only one I see that sticks out here but I like Rebecca, Rear Window, Vertigo, Notorious, Sunset Boulevard, Double Indemnity, It's a Wonderful Life, Annie Hall, Rebel Without A Cause, The Deer Hunter, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Lost In Translation.
 06-08-2009, 03:37 PM         #8
magatsu  OP
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Yeah I did notice that the majority of the list was after 1995.
 06-08-2009, 05:08 PM         #9
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 magatsu said:
Yeah I did notice that the majority of the list was after 1995.
They didn't name one Hitchcock movie, the master of suspense was also the master of romance.
 06-08-2009, 08:04 PM         #10
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whoever wrote that list needs to be shot, dragged on the L.A. freeway and tossed into the L.A. river so the coyotes can eat him alive....


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