50 of the Best Romantic Movies of All Time

Whether you want to admit it or not, everyone loves a good romance. That's why we've put together some of the most beautiful, devastating, passionate, and muddy films ever made. Here are 50 of the best romantic films ever made that will make you laugh, cry and, yes, believe in true love.
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1. "Just Wright" (2010)
A physiotherapist gets her dream job with a professional basketball player. Things take a romantic turn when she falls in love with her new patient.
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2. "In the mood for love" (2000)
This beautifully made film takes place in Hong Kong in the 1960s and tells the story of two neighbors (played by Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung) whose spouses have an affair. As they face this betrayal, the two spend more time together and eventually develop feelings for each other.
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3. "A star is born" (2018)
When the famous musician Jack (Brad Cooper) accidentally discovers the fighting artist Ally (Lady Gaga) (and falls in love with her), he puts her in the spotlight and starts her career. But as with any great love story, the tragedy is just around the corner.
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4. "Notting Hill" (1999)
"I'm just a girl standing in front of a boy asking him to love her." Gah, we don't care how cheesy it is. This story about a charming English bookseller (Hugh Grant) and a famous American actress (Julia Roberts, who essentially plays herself) is pure Rom-Com-Gold.
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5. "Love & Basketball" (2000)
Monica and Quincy are childhood friends with the same dream: to become a professional basketball player. The film follows their long journey as they are forced to choose between their relationship and career.
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6. "Actually love" (2003)
A number of stars (including Hugh Grant and Colin Firth) try to find out their love life with lots of laughter and tears. There is also an epic cover of Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas". (But you can see this all year round.)
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7. "It happened one night" (1934)
At the heart of this oldie but goodie is a spoiled heiress (Claudette Colbert) who runs away from her family and meets a charming man (Clark Gable) who is ready to help her. The hook? The friendly stranger is actually a reporter looking for a story. It was the first film to win all five major Oscar awards (best film, director, actor, actress and screenplay).
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8. "Moonlight" (2016)
A young black man follows in three different chapters of his life. On the way, he questions his sexuality, meets new friends and learns the true meaning of love. Oh, and did we mention it won the Best Picture Oscar? (Sorry, La La Land.)
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9. Amélie (2001)
When a young and somewhat crazy girl, Amélie (Audrey Tautou), moves to the central part of Paris to become a waitress, she discovers a lost treasure from the former resident of her apartment and decides to devote her life to helping her surroundings. Along the way, she encounters many colorful characters, including what might suit her perfectly. Charming, funny and an instant classic.
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