Feb 11 2014 8:10am

What is the Most Romantic Movie Ever?

With Valentine's Day looming at the end of the—wait, who are we kidding? Love is on our mind all the time, it's what we do!

But since everyone else's mind is also on love, we wanted to ask—what movie do you think is the most romantic? Is it one you'd like to see with your significant other, a group of girlfriends, or all by yourself?

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Darlene Marshall
1. DarleneMarshall
Oooh, this is a tough one. I'm going with The Quiet Man, followed by The Lady Eve since one is a drama and the other is a comedy. Can you tell I'm a fan of the classics?
Lynne Connolly
2. Lynne Connolly
Casablanca. I cry every time, especially at the "hill of beans" bit.
OMG, I'm in tears now.
I love Zefferelli's "Romeo and Juliet" but the supporting actors are better than the leads. Michael York's Tybalt, for instance, is a real prince of cats.
I will watch them with people who understand how I feel about them, so I'm not embarrassed when I reach for the tissues!
If you've not seen "Casablanca" then don't watch this, because it's a big spoiler. If you've seen it, or you don't care, enjoy!
Lynne Connolly
3. Lynne Connolly
"The Lady Eve" is another good one, and "Dark Victory" too! For a light hearted romance, "Top Hat" is delicious.
4. CdnMrs
Top 5 :
Wings of Desire - He gives up his wings for her!
Amelie: Two dreamers finding love...in France!
Casablanca: Just *swoon*
Breakfast at Tiffany's - Just fast forward through Micky Rooney's bits
Any movie related to a Jane Austen novel, but especially Pride and Prejudice (BBC) and Mansfield Park.
Megan Frampton
5. MFrampton
I've never seen The Lady Eve! It's on my Netflix queue. I would say Moonstruck and, of course, Persuasion and P&P.

I wish Casablanca didn't tear me up so much, because I do love that movie, but each time I wish it could end up differently. It can't, but SOB.
Darlene Marshall
6. DarleneMarshall
@MFrampton--Whenever The Lady Eve is on I want to take modern filmmakers, sit them in front of the screen and say, "This is how you produce a witty, sophisticated romantic comedy without resorting to cheap sex jokes."

Alas, they truly are not making them like they used to.
Kathy Brantley
7. KathyB
Yes! Yes! Yes! to Casablanca!

I'm a huge fan of old movies so
An Affair To Remember with Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant. I've watched this a gazillion times. When she tells him she was looking up at the Empire State Bldg. . . .

Notorious with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman has a kiss scene that sizzles.

And I loved Pretty In Pink because of Duckie.
Myretta Robens
8. Myretta
I do love some of the movies mentioned, particularly Moonstruck and Notorious. I guess I'll have to put The Lady Eve in my queue.

But I'm sticking with The Princess Bride
Alyssa Cole
9. AlyssaCole
@MFrampton Moonstruck and Persuasion are tops on my list, too! Wentworth's letter...*sigh*

Practical Magic is a fave of mine, too, but I also agree with @Myretta about The Princess Bride...there are too many great movies to choose from!
Rebecca Eschliman
10. Cyranetta
King of Hearts, because the hero falls in love with a whole way of life.

Nicole Neal
11. icecharm
To go along with the old movie theme, Sabrina is awesome, both old and remake. How has no one mentioned The Princess Bride?! Inconcievable!
Glass Slipper
12. GlassSlipper
This is a tough question! If I had to choose only one, it would be A Royal Affair. What a gorgeous film!
13. kahintenn
The English Patient. (paraphrasing) "Every night I cut out my heart ...and every morning found that it had filled up again " Beautiful and heartbreaking!
Janet Webb
14. JanetW
Bull Durham, for combining the two loves of my life (other than hubs and fam, of course) ... baseball and a gorgeous romance. When man (what a man) meets woman (and what a woman). Kevin Costner and Susan Sarandon at their very best. Or should I say The Thomas Crown Affair?
15. DeborahB
The Princess Bride followed by The Quiet Man. The English Patient was great but just too painful to watch a second time.
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