The Top 10 Best Romantic Movies of all time in celebration of V-Tines day….

So “50 Shades of Grey” comes out this V-Tines weekend and I wanted to point out that there are better romantic movies out there, people! You just got to look around! In celebration of V-Tines day today, I thought it would be cool to name the 10 Best Romantic movies, in my opinion. This list is in no particular order so enjoy!

  • Casablanca – Can’t go wrong with this classic movie starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Probably the best romantic movie ever, in my opinion. I want to get this movie on BluRay but it’s hard to find. I’ll have to order it online sometime.
  • Gone With The Wind – Can’t forget this incredible classic either. Really long movie but worth watching.
  • The Princess Bride – Another one of my favorite romantic movies of all time. The casting is killer and the story is amazing. I love Cary Elwes and Robin Wright.
  • Sleepless In Seattle – A great romantic movie starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. An excellent film and probably one of my favorite films of Tom’s.
  • When Harry Met Sally – Another one of my favorite romantic films with Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. Another classic and also, can’t forget that classic scene where Meg was giving that fake orgasm in the diner.
  • The Fault In Our Stars – Maybe a movie aimed toward the teen and young adult audience but I actually loved this movie. It was well-made and definitely worth seeing. I liked it!
  • Les Miserables (2012) – The famous musical written by Victor Hugo was an amazing story and I loved the 2012 remake of it with Hugh Jackman and Russel Crowe. Such a great film.
  • Top Gun – The classic film with Tom Cruise. Yes, it’s a romantic movie and probably one of the best out there, in my opinion.
  • Eyes Wide Shut – A classic film by Stanley Kubrick, starring Nicole and Tom. Yes, it’s definitely a love story.
  • The West Side Story – Can’t forget this classic film directed by Robert Wise. Also starring, Richard Beymer and the late Natalie Wood. Such a powerful love story and one of my favorites of all time.

Don’t get me started on films like “The Notebook” or “Titanic”… those films are overrated as hell.


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