You won't find the latest movies here and that's because the top ten romantic comedies are all rom coms which have really stood the test of time. On this list are the true classics which still make me laugh and cry after multiple viewings. I picked these ones out as being especially good to sit and watch on Valentine's Day.
Some of these movies are ones which I can snuggle up with and watch with my man for a lazy and romantic evening in. And some are ones which he pretends to loathe although I catch him sneaking a look over his Kindle. Come and vote for your fave romantic movie on this list at the end.
Ooh yes I'd love to see a theatre production of Mamma Mia :) That sounds like it was a lot of fun. Thanks for your visit, Annie :)
There are so many... I hated the Mamma Mia film though - it is very very poor version - seeing it done in a theatre by a theatre group is magical though - I saw it in Edinburgh in a theatre that sat thousands and every single one of them was up and dancing and singing by the end.
Great choice @WiseFool. I love Muriel's Wedding although is is very gritty and not at all like your stereotypical romcom! Thank you for your visit!
I haven't seen all of these (missed out on Only You, Music and Lyrics, Truly Madly Deeply and Mama Mia - although, I have seen that on stage). Despite the fact I'm not familiar with them all, I'm going to go out on a limb and say, for me, nothing in the romcom genre could top Muriel's Wedding. I could watch it all day long!
Thanks Terri, yes Amelie is a beautiful film.
Not really my genre, but I like Amelie. Romantic in a quirky way.