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So what romantic movies should you watch that are guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart and get you and your sweetie in an amorous mood?
#12: Sense and Sensibility (1995)
A movie based on a Jane Austen novel, Sense and Sensibility shows us that love is more important than wealth. Emma Thompson allows us through her superb acting just how vulnerable Elinor Dashwood really is behind the strong façade that she shows the rest of the world. Kate Winslet plays Marianne Dashwood, Elinor's headstrong and willful sister.
#11: Titanic (1997)
What is more heart-tugging than a tale of star-crossed lovers who meet and find love against all odds, only to have their love story end in tragedy? In Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet star as Jack and Rose, two people from opposite ends of the social strata who meet aboard the ill-fated ship and whose affair comes to an abrupt end with the sinking of the ship.
#10: Pretty Woman (1990)
In modern love stories, Prince Charming not just saves Cinderella from her drab existence; Cinderella actually gets to save Prince Charming, too, from himself. This is exactly what happens when wealthy businessman Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) hires a prostitute named Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) to escort him around town for a week in Pretty Woman.
#9: Tootsie (1982)
In Tootsie, Dustin Hoffman's Michael Dorsey dresses himself as a woman named Dorothy Michaels in order to land a temporary job in a TV soap opera. What was meant to be a temporary job eventually became a total train wreck as Dorothy Michaels becomes extremely popular and Michael falls in love with his co-star, Jessica Lange's Julie Nichols. Tootsie will make your stomach hurt from laughing and warm your insides, too.
#8: Ghost (1990)
Whoopi Goldberg may have given a stellar performance as a kooky con-artist pretending to be a psychic in Ghost, but none of that compares to that hot scene where Patrick Swayze makes out with Demi Moore while Demi was trying to work with clay on a pottery wheel. Other than that, the movie is about a person loving someone so much that he would do anything to protect his beloved from harm even beyond death.
#7: The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
Clint Eastwood's Robert Kincaid standing in the rain with tears in his eyes as he watches Meryl Streep's Francesca Johnson drive away from his life is one of the most heartbreaking and poignant scenes in this movie. It was a story of how a brief affair can change someone's life and how not all love stories are meant to end in ever after.
#6: The Notebook (2004)
Can love really perform miracles? The Notebook tells us that it is. In this movie, Noah Calhoun (James Garner) tries to bring back the lost memories of his wife Allie (Gena Rowlands) by reading to her their love story that she herself had written. In the end, their love proved to be so strong that nothing, not even death, can drive them apart.
#5: Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
Would you meet someone whom you have never met before at the top of the Empire State Building on Valentine's Day? Both Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) and Annie Reed (Meg Ryan) thought so. But then again, Sam's son Jonah thought otherwise and Annie just took a shot at the chance that Sam might be there waiting.
#4: An Affair to Remember (1957)
This is the movie that inspired Sleepless in Seattle, except that in this movie, Nickie Ferrante (Cary Grant) and Terry McKay (Deborah Kerr) met previously aboard a cruise ship and decided to meet six months later at the top of the Empire State Building. However, Terry does not make it to their date because of an accident, and this leaves Nickie angry and bitter.
#3: When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Can a man and a woman ever be just friends? This is the question that When Harry Met Sally tried to address. Harry believed that a man and a woman cannot become friends because sex always gets in the way. Sally, on the other hand, believed the exact opposite. When they did give friendship a try, Harry and Sally were able to become really good friends. But then again, sex got in the way.
#2: Gone with the Wind (1939)
Who would not fall in love with the willful and headstrong Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) and the arrogant and masterful Rhett Butler (Clark Gable)? It took years and a number of deaths to make Scarlett realize that it was Rhett whom she loved all along, but by then it was already too late.
#1: Casablanca (1942)
"Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine," is just one of the memorable quotes in this movie about a love that was not meant to be. Who was Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) supposed to choose – her husband or Rick (Humphrey Bogart)? As this bittersweet movie tells us, it really was not meant to be.
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