Best Romantic Movies of all Time to Watch with Your Partner

9. If Only:

Directed by Gil Junger and written by Christina Welsh, If Only was the 2004 British romantic movie. Released on January 20, 2004, this movie had a runtime of 92 minutes. It is a story about a businessman who always keeps his love before his work and has a musician girlfriend. However the film ends with a tragic climax where the man lays his life in order to save his love. This movie collected $532,673 over the box office. Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paul Nicholls were the main leads in this romantic drama.

If Only

10. Pearl Harbor:

Directed by Michael Bay and written by Randall Wallace, Pearl Harbor is the famous movie based on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the famous Doolittle raid. This was one of the major box office successes that earned nearly $450 million and an Academy Award. The story begins with two pilot friends who love each other more than anything but get separated when they both fall for the same girl. The movie was released on May 21, 2001 with a runtime of 183 minutes. This movie had a large assembly caste including famous stars like Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett and Kate Beckinsale.

Pearl Harbor

11. Serendipity:

Directed by Peter Chelsom and written by Marc Klein, Serendipity is a romantic comedy. The movie was released on October 5, 2001 this movie had a runtime of 93 minutes. The movie was released in English and French and collected about $77,516,304 over the box office. The movie is about a couple who meet on a Christmas Eve in the New York City. After having a number of encounters with each other on the same night, both of them think that it is a stroke of fate. So, to prove this they separate and leave it on fate to make them come together once again. John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale played the main leads in this romantic comedy.


12. Runaway Bride:

Directed by Garry Marshall, Runaway bride was the 1999 romantic comedy that was released on July 30, 1999. This movie had a runtime of 116 minutes and made a box office collection of $309,457,509. The movie was written by Josann McGibbon, Audrey Wells and Sara Parriott. It is a story of a beautiful and attractive young woman who is famous for her various unsuccessful relationships. As she is nervous of being married and has left many men at alter she got a nickname as The Runaway Bride. This pretty woman fell in love with a columnist who came to interview her. As their wedding day comes The Runaway Bride once again runs away leaving one more man at alter. Julia Roberts and Richard Gere were the main leads in this movie.

Runaway Bride

13. 50 First Dates:

Directed by Peter Segal and written by George Wing, 50 First Dates is also a romantic comedy starring Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. This movie made a box office collection of $196.3 million. Released on February 13, 2004, this movie had a runtime of 99 minutes. It a story about a womanizer who is famous for attracting women tourists falls in love with a pretty young girl. Their first encounter goes well but the very next day when the man approaches this girl, the girl refuses to recognize him. The humor starts when this guy comes to know that the girl has some memory issues and forgets everything that happens with her the previous day. So, this guy meets this girl everyday as he is meeting with her for the first time.

50 First Dates

14. The Time Traveller’s Wife:

Directed by Robert Schwentke, Time Traveller’s Wife is based on a novel of same name by Audrey Niffenegger. The movie was released on August 14, 2009 and had a runtime of 108 minutes. This romantic drama was a huge success with a box office collection of $101,229,792 worldwide. This is the story of a time traveller who for some unknown reasons has this illness of travelling in his past and future after his narrow escape from a car accident in which his mother died. One day he meets his future wife and comes to know that this is not the first time he is meeting with her. The story ends with a tragic climax where the time traveller is shot dead.

The Time Traveller’s Wife

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