Most Romantic Movie scenes of All Time

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Romantic Movie scenes

List of Most Romantic Movies and Movie scenes of All Time…

When Harry Met Sally

In 1989, audiences fell in love with Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal’s tale of two New Yorkers who fear that having sex would ruin their friendship.

Love Actually

Keira Knightley, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson were among the many stars who appeared in this 2003 ensemble story about Londoners looking for love the month before Christmas.

Say Anything…

Declared one of the most quintessential high school movies of all time, Cameron Crowe’s 1989 film centered around Lloyd Dobler’s (John Cusack) pursuit of Diane Court (Ione Skye).

Dear John

While he’s at home on leave, soldier John (Channing Tatum) falls for conservative college student Savannah (Amanda Seyfried) in this 2010 tearjerker based on the popular Nicholas Sparks novel.

Pretty Woman

Julia Roberts appears as a prostitute with a heart of gold who finds her prince charming in the form of Richard Gere’s wealthy millionaire client in this 1990 romantic comedy.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

After being dumped by his movie star girlfriend (Kristen Bell), Peter (JasonSegel) flies to Hawaii to get his mind off his failed relationship. While there, he falls for hotel receptionist Rachel (Mila Kunis) in this 2008 rom-com.

The Wedding Singer


While the adorable rapping wedding granny may have been a highlight, it was Adam Sander‘s romance with Drew Barrymore‘s waitress character that made the 1998 comedy really sing. The flick was even adapted into a Broadway musical that ran for eight months in 2006.
The Notebook

Ryan Gosling made women around the country swoon when he romanced Rachel McAdams in this 2004 flick based on the popular Nicholas Sparks novel about a couple who fall in love in the 1940s.

 

Pretty in Pink


John Hughes‘ 1986 Brat Pack film followed high schoolers (played by Molly Ringwald, Andrew McCarthy and Jon Cryer, among others) preparing to go to senior prom.

 

Just Married

In 2003, Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy played a young married couple who realize they may be in over their heads while honeymooning in Europe.