Romance is always in the air, thanks to the countless of movies that use love as its main plot. Romantic movies are definitely here to stay, especially when the film is created so well that it can move its audience to tears. Love so great and so pure can only be too precious to behold. Make way for the 5 best romantic movies of all time and be sure that you add them to your grand movie collection.
The 5 Best Romance Movies
5. City of Angels (1998)
For an angel to desire to be human in the name of love is indeed a big sacrifice. Seth, played by Nicholas Cage, proved to Maggie (Meg Ryan) that being an angel is not a reason for him not to reach out to her and love her in the way that she wants to be loved. And he did not regret his decision, even if in the end Maggie left would have to leave him for eternity.
4. Somewhere in Time (1980)
Love is so intense that it can transcend both time and space. Christopher Reeve stars in this movie along with Jane Seymour, in a story about two lovers who knew each other through time travel. Elise (Seymour) is an actress who lived years before Richard (Reeve), a playwright. In the end, the two lovers were reunited by death.
3. Pretty Woman (1990)
Love can sometimes be so intense that it does not matter anything who you are and where you came from. The storyline of Pretty Woman provided that clause exactly. This is the first film that starred both Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. Roberts is Vivian Ward, a high-class prostitute who Edward Lewis (Gere) solicited to serve him for the whole week. Vivian fell in love with Edward in a whirlwind romance and the rest is history.
2. When Harry Met Sally (1989)
When Harry Met Sally is the film that proves love does not really follow any rules. Despite the backgrounds set by both parties when it comes to friendship, relationships, and sex, love will always find a reason to break them so you can be with the one you love. Billy Crystal plays Harry and Meg Ryan plays Sally in this film that can easily go down the history as one of the top 10 romantic movies of all time.
1. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) is an architect in Chicago who recently lost his wife because of cancer. Moved by his sadness, his son contacted a radio show host and tricked his father to talk about what he felt on-air. Women across America were moved by his lonely story. It specifically interrupted Annie Reed (Meg Ryan), a reporter working for the Baltimore Sun. Despite the fact that these two individuals were divided apart, it was proven time and again that love definitely knows no bounds.