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Valentine's Day, 2010
This aptly-titled film takes place in Los Angeles on (you guessed it) February 14. The ensemble cast reads like the guest list at a splashy Hollywood event: Jennifer Garner, Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, Shirley MacLaine, Bradley Cooper, Taylor Swift, Jamie Foxx, and Anne Hathaway, just to name a few. Collectively, the characters' stories follow the highs and lows that come with honoring love on V-day.
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The Notebook, 2004
This heralded romance film is based on Nicholas Sparks's novel of the same name, which takes place in North Carolina after World War II. The young and affluent socialite Allie Calhoun (Rachel McAdams) meets the charming and poor Noah (Ryan Gosling) one summer, developing a bond that surpasses obstacles such as time and illness. Forewarning: you'll definitely need to keep a box of tissues handy for this one.
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The Princess Bride, 1987
Based on William Goldman’s novel of the same name, turn to this sci-fi love story when you’re tired of the typical rom-com (or Hugh Grant). Amid fanciful creatures, pirates, and sappy scenes, Cary Elwes and Robin Wright's characters embark on an adventurous journey of true love.
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50 First Dates, 2004
Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) has to get creative while dating Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore) because of her short-term memory loss, which makes her forget who he is and how they fell in love. Though heartbreaking, it's tough not to get swept away by his exhaustive attempts at recreating the perfect first date for her.
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Southside With You, 2016
If reading Michelle Obama’s revelatory memoir, Becoming, left you wanting more details about her and Barack Obama's coupling, watch this film. Starring Tika Sumpter and Parker Sayers, the John Legend-produced movie details their first date.
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004
Considered one of the most innovative love stories ever, this fantasy film follows Joel (Jim Carrey) and Clementine (Kate Winslet) throughout various stages of their relationship. While its depiction of romance is realistic and moving, it's all the more memorable for scenes in which mind-erasing is involved.
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Sleepless in Seattle, 1993
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks's Annie and Sam keep hopeless romantics restless throughout this classic thanks to their "will they, won't they" dance. Spoiler alert: One of our favorite scenes is when Sam's son calls the radio station where Annie works to help find his widowed father a partner. Plus, we're obsessed with the sweet ending.
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10 Things I Hate About You, 1999
You'll probably miss the late Heath Ledger while watching this teen flick, which is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. It's beloved for the on screen chemistry the actor shared with Julia Stiles while portraying Patrick and Kat. Plus, you won't be able to look away when Stiles delivers a tearjerking speech in which she confesses her love (and hate) for Ledger's bad boy protagonist.
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The Proposal, 2009
An emotionally unavailable workaholic bribes her dutiful assistant to marry her in order to gain citizenship. As a result, Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) and Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds) develop a hilariously unlikely connection.
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Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne will make you believe that love has the ability to conquer all—even Asperger’s syndrome, which is what the titular character (Dancy) has been diagnosed with. Their relationship is unexpected, precisely what makes this bittersweet and heartwarming indie film a must-see.
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Bridget Jones's Diary, 2001
Regarded the best film of the Bridget Jones's trilogy by superfans, Renée Zellweger is forced to choose between two handsome potential suitors, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant, in this British romantic comedy.
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Four Weddings and a Funeral, 1994
As the title implies in this British romance, Charles (Hugh Grant) has to bump into Carrie (Andie MacDowell) at five different events before he's able to fully express how he feels about her. Grant has never been more charming.
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Love Actually, 2003
You'll never get tired of Love Actually, even after watching it hundreds of times. In addition to romance, it chronicles betrayal and heartbreak. And what makes this a Valentine’s Day must-watch is that it shows every stage of love, from the honeymoon phase to the challenges and dysfunctional aspects of being in it for the long haul.
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Roman Holiday, 1953
Try not to get all the feels watching reporter Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) sweep Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) off her feet during an adventure in Italy. If you're in the mood for a timeless black-and-white film, press play.
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Pretty Woman, 1990
In this '90s, modern Cinderella tale, a romance develops between a wealthy businessman (Richard Gere) and a prostitute (Julia Roberts). Without a doubt, it's Gere and Roberts at their finest.
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Destination Wedding, 2018
Frank (Keanu Reeves) and Lindsay (Winona Ryder) are two awkward people who, by their own admission, shouldn't be linked. After thinking they'll never find love, they become hopeful thanks to a weekend spent together at a wedding.
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This Means War, 2012
This one promises a little action. Best friends FDR Foster (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) are secret agents who end up falling for the same girl, Lauren (Reese Witherspoon). She's a product developer who's not only getting over a breakup, but also trying to determine which spy will win over her heart—and keep her out of danger.
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Dirty Dancing, 1987
Prepare to fall in love with Johnny (Patrick Swayze) and Baby (Jennifer Grey)—two lovers from opposite sides of the track—as they fall in love with each other at a summer camp. Also of note? The dancing and that legendary lift!
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Eat, Pray, Love, 2010
Adapted from Elizabeth Gilbert’s 2007 bestselling memoir, Eat, Pray, Love, Roberts stars as Liz Gilbert, a newly-divorced travel writer seeking to discover pleasure, prayer, and mindfulness in Italy and India. Along her journey to self-discovery, she opens herself up to love at her final destination in Indonesia.
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You've Got Mail, 1998
Proof they're one of the most dynamic duos in cinema history, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks reunite for another adorable flick. In this one, they play rival bookstore owners Joe Fox and Kathleen Kelly who, unknowingly, become email pen pals.
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Love Jones, 1997
Your heart will warm up watching Darius Lovehall (Larenz Tate) use poetry to woo the beautiful photographer Nina Moseley (Nia Long) in this epic Black love story.
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Never Been Kissed, 1999
Journalist Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore) has to relive her high school years as the unpopular kid for a story she’s reporting. In her do-over, she gets a second chance at love—and her very first kiss.
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Friends with Benefits, 2011
Two friends, Dylan (Justin Timberlake) and Jamie (Mila Kunis), decide to rebel against dating clichés and relationship stereotypes. But soon they discover that platonic sex is just as complicated as love.
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Ever After: A Cinderella Story, 1998
Danielle (Drew Barrymore) isn't a damsel in distress in this sophisticated take on the age-old fairytale Cinderella. Unlike the classic, she isn't at the mercy of her evil stepmother, Rodmilla (Anjelica Huston), and she doesn't do the bidding of her disastrous stepsisters. In fact, she actually rescues Prince Charming (Dougray Scott).
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Up in the Air, 2009
Travelers Ryan (George Clooney) and Alex (Vera Farmiga) earn their frequent flyer miles and each other’s hearts 30,000 feet in the air. The best part? Rom-com detractors will love its unpredictable and non-formulaic ending.
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Fifty Shades of Grey, 2015
E L James's literary guilty pleasure is brought to life in this erotic thriller starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey. If you appreciate an unconventional romance, modern sex education, and a fantastic soundtrack, add this one to your queue—perfect for a Galentine's Day party.
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The Other End of the Line, 2008
Love is literally on the other end of the line for Priya (Shriya Saran), a customer service operator in India, and Granger (Jesse Metcalfe), an American marketing executive. Aside from their romance, the movie also touches on cultural identity.
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The Big Sick, 2017
The adorable meet-cute between Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani) and Emily (Zoe Kazan) just barely scratches the surface of this brilliant clash-of-cultures film. It also refreshingly brings Pakistani and Muslim culture into the spotlight.
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Just Wright, 2010
Physical therapist Leslie Wright (Queen Latifah) falls for an injured patient who happens to be hotshot NBA athlete Scott McKnight (Common). Too bad Scott is in love with her sexy friend, Morgan (Paula Patton). You’ll find yourself rooting for Leslie to shoot her shot with him in this funny rom-com.
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