One of the troubles with finding a romantic movie is finding one that both genders can enjoy. Sorry ladies, but sometimes this means having a masculine or comedic element to the film, so the guy doesn’t get sopped with overly mushy sentiments. Although, there may be one or two on the list that the might cause the guy to gag a little, hopefully this is a list that will be pleasing to all who watch them.

  1. Titanic- The De Caprio/Cameron/Dion classic.

  2. Groundhog Day- Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, enough said. Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, enough said. Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, enough said. Finally!

  3. The Princess Bride- A fanciful romantic comedy that is inconceivably outstanding.

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  4. Roman Holiday- An Audrey Hepburn masterpiece.

  5. Sleepless In Seattle- The Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks classic.

  6. You’ve Got Mail- The “Other-Dimensional Sequel” to Sleepless in Seattle.

  7. French Kiss- Meg Ryan again! Oh, with Kevin Kline.

  8. Sabrina- Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond recreate this Hepburn joint.

  9. Ever After- Drew Barrymore as Cinderella before she became a zombie.

  10. When Harry Met Sally- Meg Ryan again joins Billy Crystal for heart wrenching laughs…I’ll have what she’s having!

  11. Kate and Leopold- Meg Ryan yet again with Wolverine (oops! sorry…another aged hero played by Hugh Jackman) in this time travel love struggle.

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  12. The Wedding Planner- Stars Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Lopez.

  13. Two Weeks Notice- Stars Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock.

  14. Notting Hill- Stars Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.

  15. My Best Friend’s Wedding- Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz and Dermot Mulroney??? If you watch this “I’ll say a little prayer for you!”

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  16. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves- Kevin Costner in this Robin Hood classic without the English accent but with the Canadian Bryan Adams hit, “(Everything I do) I do it for you, eh!”

  17. The Notebook- Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams

  18. Casablanca- Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman fight the Nazi’s with love!

  19. The Count of Monte Cristo- Jim Caviezel and Guy Pearce in this action romance of revenge.

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  20. La La Land- Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in a critically acclaimed, award winning, musical romance.