Valentine’s Day is full of all things romantic, including romantic movies. There are a lot of different movies that fall into this category, but here are some of our absolute favorites. Are they your favorites, too?
Breakfast at Tiffany’s. This classic Audrey Hepburn film has been a favorite of romantics for years. It still tops lists of favorite romantic films even today, decades after its release.
An Affair to Remember stars the handsome, dashing Cary Grant. He whisks away a beautiful singer played by Deborah Kerr for a romantic cruise from Europe to New York, even though they’re both engaged to others.
Casablanca. Even if you’ve never seen this classic movie, you’ll recognize a number of quotes from it. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman are the quintessential romantic couple.
Dirty Dancing. “Nobody puts Baby in the corner!” This romantic musical starring the late Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey will forever be known for its amazing music and dance sequences, especially the finale choreographed to the song “The Time of My Life.”
Emma. Gwyneth Paltrow stars in this adaption of Jane Austen’s novel. Emma’s well-meaning attempts at match-making lead to some humorous misunderstandings but end with Emma herself finding love.
These five romantic movies are classics. What other romantic movies should be on this list?
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