Best Romance Movies – Love remains one of humanity’s last great mysteries. Even Hollywood is unable to supply any enlightened solutions in this case.
But, at the very least, the dream factory appears to have figured out how to tell an intense, compelling, and tear-jerking love story: a pair of lovers whose chemistry drives our hormones crazy, whose ups and downs take our breath away, and whose unique interplay allows us to overlook some dramatic logic holes.
Because this couple serves as a projection screen for all of our longings, desires, and dreams.
When the performers meet in real life, life imitates art, and we can once again hope for the one and only true love that exists. Because it’s obvious that there are, or so Hollywood has informed us.
12 Best Romance Movies
The best romance movies will always be those that keep you guessing right up until the end. If you know exactly what’s going to happen, then it won’t be as exciting.
It’s like watching a movie where you already know who wins at the end. You can guess the ending before even seeing it. So we decided to make this list of the best romantic movies ever made.
We have included only movies with good love stories and great acting. The ones that are predictable or boring don’t belong here.
We also didn’t include any movies that were just about sex. That would be cheating since they aren’t really about love. They are more about lusting after someone else.
1. Romeo + Juliet (1996)
When you’re in puberty, every small grin from your loved one feels like an endless sunrise, every distance a stab in the heart, and every single kiss is poison for the soul.
And as a hormonally charged adolescent, you prefer to go overboard when it comes to drama, such as faking your own death in order to be with your loved one’s love-which they don’t realize, and which also leads them to commit suicide.
Romeo and Juliet are the tragic heroes of the greatest epic love narrative of all time, and they are the quintessential love couple. The blood of the heart flows here, and not just metaphorically.
quote: sigh “Is it true that my heart has ever loved? Not at all Eyes? Never. Because it is only through them that I have experienced true beauty. “
2. Gone With the Wind (1939)
Scarlett O’Hara, born into affluent circles and on the verge of losing everything during the Civil War, falls in love with the charmingly gruff and too macho Rhett Buttler, who is basically the wrong option, but suddenly she is precisely right.
She doesn’t know what her heart desires until Rhett abandons her, causing the sorrow to grow so great that it threatens to break something called a human.
The flame of desire between the two lovers shines brightly at all times, and the wind, no matter how hard it tries, cannot extinguish it.
3. Titanic (1997)
Yes, Jack would have had plenty of room next to Kate on the driftwood. I got used to it. We understand.
That doesn’t change the fact that the filthy rich Rose DeWitt-Bukater and the poor Jack, whose relationship was doomed from the outset (spoiler alert: the ship is sinking! ), are the most famous moviegoers since the advent of cinema.
Kate, who is suicidal, feels as if she can fly thanks to Jack.
The two have learnt that genuine love can transcend even the most egotistical fiancé and that, in the end, all that matters is that the other person recognizes you for who you truly are.
And that you’ve found your soulmate when he or she believes in you, even if you don’t. Only their predestined fate triumphed over their feelings for one another.
4. Casablanca (1942)
Ilsa simply vanished from Rick’s life years ago, leaving him distraught for no reason. Now she’s back, barging into his smokey establishment and demanding that he assist her and her husband in escaping the Nazis.
Will Rick be able to see past his shattered ego and battered soul? What happens when an old love is rekindled in a world where hatred and persecution are the norm? Whatever the case may be, in the end, both of them have Paris.
5. The Notebook (2004)
Because there is no present and certainly no future, the love between Allie and Noah (Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling were dating in real life at the time, making the kissing scene in the rain even more legendary) is a love that never dies, one that strives against oblivion and in past lifetimes.
It’s full of lyrical and very sorrowful romance that tears your heart out and strips you of your emotions.
Love for Noah is an eruption of color in an ever-increasing gloom for Allie. He is her lifeline; he throws himself at her to prevent her from losing her identity. After all, who is he, or who are they when she has no idea who she is?
6. When Harry Met Sally… (1989)
They’re probably still debating whether or not men and women can be pals. As he engages in lengthy and eloquent discussions with Sally about gender and feminine false orgasms, sardonic Harry disagrees (as Sally famously demonstrates in the middle of a restaurant).
They first despise one another, then become friends, and then fall in love. As a result, Harry’s friendship idea would be proven correct once more.
The pair of Harry and Sally is a perfect example of how opposites attract. And that love is waiting for you in the most unexpected places. Yes, we genuinely desire what she had.
Quote: sigh “When it’s 25 degrees outdoors, I admire you for being chilly. I admire you for ordering a meal after an hour and a half. When you gaze at me like that, I love how you get a wrinkle across your nose.
I adore you because I can still smell your perfume on my clothes after a day with you. I also admire you for being the last person I want to speak with before going to bed. “
7. Pretty Woman (1990)
Actually, Edward meant to ask the lovely Vivian for directions, but it turned into one of the greatest (film) love stories of all time. Two people with very different personalities who muster the guts to be close to one another and, in the end, save each other.
He rescues her from a life as a destitute prostitute, and she rescues him from a life devoid of love, feelings, and adventure. When Vivian flashes her megawatt smile at Edward, you know he’s arrived.
She also has a sense of being acknowledged. They’ve discovered the stars, each other, and themselves all at once. After all, there are fairy stories!
8. Dirty Dancing (1987)
Is it possible that desire is a sin? Isn’t it just the most basic, unadulterated form of life? That’s what baby is wondering as she works out with gorgeous dance teacher Johnny in preparation for the boring summer camp dance competition.
Because the erotic dancing routines are incredibly strenuous and the physical contact between the two is becoming more and more intense, the baby, who should mature from a teenager to a woman throughout these weeks, feels life deeply.
When they first met, you could have known there would be a lot of sensuality between them because the baby was carrying, oh, a huge watermelon. In the end, Baby had the “time of her life.” If only our sexual awakening had been like this.
9. Grease (1978)
Sandy and Danny are living a dream come true: their summer romance has blossomed into a life-long love.
But there’s a long way to go until then, at least accompanied by a timeless, groovy soundtrack, since back in high school, bad guy Danny can’t get out of his rocker leather jacket skin, and even wallflower Sandy has a hard time keeping up with the cool, sex-hungry ones.
Finally, they take off together in a seventies-style jet into the bright sky, because they are more than they could ever be alone.
And Sandy finds that falling in love with a new person can also mean becoming a new person: she turns from a naive, innocent girl into a fiery, sexy leather bride. Because it’s easier to love after a whole makeover.
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10. Twilight (2008)
Even before they met, the two had fantasized about each other. Bella and Edward have a love that is stronger than death.
Conventions are broken, sometimes ruthlessly ripped down, because the desire for the other’s closeness outweighs the desire for one’s own security.
They have a love relationship that tests and exceeds their expectations because they feel they were made for each other. Whatever it costs.
Without even realizing it, Edward the Vampire is the personification of everything Bella has ever desired.It’s no surprise that Stewart and Pattinson’s on-screen chemistry translates well to the other side of the camera: the two became engaged while filming.
11. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
In the 1990s, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks were the perfect rom-com royal couple. They starred in four films together. The flicks “Sleepless in Seattle” and “E-Mail for You” remain a source of excitement for all romance fetishists to this day.
Cupid’s arrow takes diversions through current communication means in both strips, first the radio, then e-mail.
And it’s the inner beauty, the openly displayed battered but hopeful soul world, that pulls the two together in both films, which in a world full of superficial dating apps looks so old-fashioned and deliciously naive that it brings tears to our eyes.
Away from dick images and filtered selfies, it’s the words that make love a reality. It’s about the journey of two lonely souls, played by a duo of performers whose collaboration is a love letter to the gentleness of human contact each and every time.
12. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
The behind-the-scenes narrative is even more legendary than the movie itself: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt developed affections for each other while filming the action comedy “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” and Jennifer Aniston publicly became the cuckolded wife.
Despite the adultery scandal, Brangelina has remained the ideal couple in the dream factory for at least a few years, and has restored our faith in true love.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith show how strong the physical attraction between the two must have been right from the start:
The leaden storm between the couple is no different than acting out one’s own sexual needs, as erotic sparks shoot into the tiniest corner of the scene. What about the piercing stares? Oh, those expressions!