Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Top Best Romantic Movies of all Time

Romance” the words comes with extreme sensation and emotion, which is unique and incomparable, there is nothing like falling in love with someone, since the ancient time there were so many ways of expressing love and people filled with romanticism, but now a day’s people running to achieve everything they sacrifice their emotion, humanity, family and happiness which is inbuilt quality of human given by the god, but there are some people who has these qualities and they are living more happier than others who are running behind the money and success. Cinema is always an excellent way to remember those people who has such kind of quality. Here is some of the best romantic movies list of my favorite movie collection list.

Dirty Dancing (1987) Starring: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey
Review: Popular, energetic, music-filled dance movie traces the relationship between a teen girl and her Catskills dancing instructor in early 1960s. Perfect for fans of Hollywood-style, sentimental, traditional romances

Gone With the Wind (1939)
Starring: Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable
Review: Gone with the Wind is a classic film that follows the love between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler during the Civil War. Scarlett, a selfish woman, doesn't want to admit her feelings about the man she loves, and because of this, she eventually loses him.

Notting Hill (1999) Starring: Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts
Review: Amiable romance features Roberts as world-famous American actress enamored of British bookseller.

Pretty Woman (1990) Starring: Richard Gere, Julia Roberts
Review: Runaway smash hit about a wealthy businessman falling for effervescent hooker. This mainstream romantic fairy tale appeals to fans of slick, Hollywood-style love stories, devotees of lead stars.

Serendipity (2001) Starring: Kate Beckinsale, John Cusack
Review: One magical night, Jonathan (Cusack) met Sara (Beckinsale). He was in love at first sight, but Sara believed in destiny. She would choose him, but only if the right things came back to her - a lost cashmere glove, a handwritten note on a five-dollar bill, and a phone number in a first edition book. Now after ten years, two fiancé, and 3,000 miles between them, Jonathan and Sara have one last chance to find out if what might have been, could still be. When love feels like magic, you call it destiny. When destiny has a sense of humor, you call it Serendipity.

The Notebook (2004) Starring: Tim Ivey, Gena Rowlands
Review: The Notebook is the story of an older man reading a story about two young lovers, Allie and Noah, to an older woman in a nursing home. Allie and Noah, though in love, are separated because Allie's family disapproves of Noah because of his poor family. After waiting for Noah to write her for several years, Allie meets and gets engaged to a handsome young soldier named Lon. When they meet again, Allie's love for Noah is still alive and she must choose between her fianc� and her first love.

The Cutting Edge (1992) Starring: D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly
Review: Silver-medal sleeper about mismatched figure skating duo training for the Olympics. The underdog storyline holds no surprises, but romance fans will give the crackling dialogue, interpersonal chemistry high marks.

Titanic (1997) Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet
Review: The Titanic follows the story of the the unimaginable catastrophe of the unsinkable ship and the untold stories that lay in mystery two and a half miles beneath the waves of the North Atlantic. What buried tale of love, bravery, treasure and treachery, hidden by time and tragedy, waits here to be discovered? A beautiful socialite, a penniless artist, a priceless diamond. A romance so passionate that nothing on earth could stop it. A destiny so incredible that no one could have imagined it. A collision of lives that could only have happened on Titanic, the ship of dreams.

When Harry Met Sally (1989) Starring: Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan
Review: This great romantic comedy opens with two strangers, new college graduates Crystal and Ryan, share a car trip from Chicago to New York. They share moments and parts of their lives, determining that women and men can not be 'just friends'. Once in NY, they go their seperate ways, but later meet again. The story spans many years and even evokes suspense by delaying what many viewers believe should be inevitable. Will they or won't they? 'When Harry Met Sally' is a hilarious look at love and friendship between a man and a woman.

P.S. I LOVE YOU(2007) Starring: Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler, Lisa Kudrow.
One of the finest movies about a couple who keeps on fighting in life as normal as everyone does but also they have the most passionate and unconditional love. But as the movie goes, you will find how the husband left ten messages for his wife so that she could forget him and start a new life. The concept of “love is a sacrifice and I was just a part of your life” can be visible in this movie.

A Walk to Remember(2002) Starring: Mandy Moore, Shane West, Peter Coyot…
A love story about two North Carolina teens who are completely different but made the most beautiful romantic move in this movie. You must feel and enjoy each and every dialogue and line of this movie. Landon Carter was just like a normal teen who loves fun and care-free life until he met Jamie Sullivan. She completely changed his life and the last part of the movie when Landon started loving her and taking care of every single moment of Jamie is really an element to feel.

Casablanca(1942) Starring: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid.
A very classic romantic movie of 1940’s. How a man meets with one time lover but this time with another woman. This is all time hit romantic movie and you will find this movie in the top rated romantic movie in many movie forum and discussion.

The City of Angels(1998) Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan
The angel falls in love with a surgeon, Maggie who then wanted to become human to feel, smell and love Maggie. Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan did intense acting in this movie and this movie is also all time top rated romantic movie.

My Girl and I (Korean Movie)(2005) Starring: Dan Aykroyd, Jamie Lee Curtis, Macaulay Culkin
The film is directed by Jeon Yun-Su and is produced by Jeob Hoon-tak. Released in 2005, ‘My Girl and I’ is a heart-touching love story that’ll let you awestruck on every shot gradually causing lump in your throat. ‘Cinema breaks the language barrier’ and this one implies it strongly. We’re pretty sure that you will keep watching it over and again to fall in love with. ‘My Girl and I’ is a must watch film for the universal audiences for its decorous depiction about true love and happiness.

An Affair To Remember (1957) Starring: Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr.
Each engaged to others, Grant and Kerr meet on a cruise ship and turn society upside down as they fall in love with each other. Agreeing to meet New Years Eve a top the Empire State Building, tragedy intercedes and the union is postponed. In true romantic fashion, neither can forget the other but both believe the other does not want them.
In the end the truth comes out and a lesson in love is revealed showing that true love overcomes all obstacles and accepts each unconditionally.

Love Story (1970) Starring: Ali MacGraw, Ryan O'Neal, Ray Milland
What makes this film a great love story is it shows the sacrifices people who love each other make in order to love each other despite the odds and the disapproval of others. This is a tear jerker as in the end one of the two does die, leaving the other to face the world alone. If you're looking for uplifting, Love Story is not your movie. If you're looking for an emotional tear-jerker, pop the popcorn and draw up a chair.

Romeo & Juliet (1996) Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, John Leguizamo
This award winning interpretation of Shakespeare’s most beloved tale of star-crossed lovers is as epic in its visual elements and costumes as it is in the quality of the acting.
Even if you think you won't like Shakespeare, this film will change your mind. The script is his, no alterations.

Doctor Zhivago(1965) Starring: Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin.
It came out during the beginning of turbulent times in the United States on the heels of Beattle Mania, Viet Nam deployment and two years prior to the Summer of Love. It speaks of an earlier time of social turbulence during the Russian Revolution, the choices to be made between love, morals and duty and the longing one feels when he/ or she fails to follow the heart. The film brings a human side to the revolutionary saga and ends with a hopeful yet dismal look at the results of communism and a love both found and forever lost.

9 comments:

raomovies said...

My favorite romantic movies are Singin in the Rain (1952) and Edward Scissorhands (1990).

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Holley said...

The actors you listed for My Girl and I were in the movie My Girl. Here are the links to the IMDB for My Girl and I as well as My Girl.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102492/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0488177/

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Unknown said...

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