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Top 10 Romantic Movies

There are certain movies that just get us right there! To celebrate Valentine's Day, we are listing our choices for the top 10 romantic movies of all time.
Roman Holiday

10. Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. From 1953, a bored princess slips her guardians and falls for an American newsman in Rome.
 
Breakfast at Tiffany’s

9. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Released in 1961, this is another fine movie featuring Audrey Hepburn. She plays a New York socialite, has an interesting past, throws crazy parties, and becomes interested in a young business man who moves into her apartment building.
 
It’s a Wonderful Life

8. It’s a Wonderful Life

Released in 1946, James Stewart and Donna Reed led this cast to 5 Oscar nominations. Thankfully we have the chance to watch this movie every Christmas.
 
Ninotchka

7. Ninotchka

Not widely known, this romance classic was released in 1939 and stars Greta Garbo. She plays a stern Russian woman sent to Paris on official business and finds herself attracted to a man who represents everything she is supposed to detest.
 
Sleepless in Seattle

6. Sleepless in Seattle

Moving into more modern days, this romance classic came out in 1993. Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, and a late night talk-show. Watch it again!
 
The Notebook

5. The Notebook

An elderly man tells his Alzheimer's stricken wife the story of their courtship: The mystery is which of her two suitors he was.
 
Sense and Sensibility

4. Sense and Sensibility

Self-sacrificing Emma Thompson must hide her true feelings for Hugh Grant for the sake of appearances and propriety.
 
Now, Voyager

3. Now, Voyager

We go back to 1942 for this classic featuring Bette Davis, Paul Henreid and Claude Rains. Davis plays a Boston spinster who blossoms under therapy and finds impossible romance.

 
Casablanca

2. Casablanca

In WWII-era Morocco, cynic Humphrey Bogart makes the ultimate sacrifice for ex Ingrid Bergman, helping her husband escape Nazis. If you haven’t seen this one, we highly recommend you do.

 
Gone With The Wind

1. Gone With The Wind

The Civil War pales next to the tempestuous love/hate/love union of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. Leigh plays a manipulative Southern belle who carries on the turbulent affair with a blockade runner during the American Civil War played by Gable.
 
   
   
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