10 Most Romantic Movies of All Time

Grab your partner and get ready to catch all the feels from these movies that are, undeniably, the perfect films for binge-watching this month of love.

They’re sappy. They’re full of these overused romantic lines, you’ll gag the next time you hear one.  

Planning a movie date with your partner? Why not reminisce and fall in love all over by watching these romantic movies together!

Titanic (1997)

A story about a rich girl falling in love with the common man, could anything be more cliché? James Cameron makes it all work though in this box office hit. Mixing romance with real life tragedy, Titanic still holds up as a romance classic.

Ghost (1990)

Never judge a movie by its title because this is not a horror flick. A definite tearjerker, it tells the story of Sam (played by Patrick Swayze) who got murdered but stayed on to save his girlfriend Molly (played by Demi Moore) who was in danger. While the plot isn’t something new, the movie made up for it through the outstanding performances of its main actors, that sexy pottery scene, and lest we forget, the perfect theme song “Unchained Melody.”

500 Days of Summer (2009)

While this isn’t your typical romantic movie, where boy meets girl, fall in love, fight, and get back together, this movie is nonetheless on-point with the storyline, the musical score, and the unexpected ending. It helps people realize that love isn’t always a happily-ever-after but if you just continue to believe, you’ll find yours in time.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

“The heart really knows what it wants.” This American romantic sci-fi movie proves that the heart can still remember what the mind forgets. Even when a couple have erase their memories of each other, they still ended up thinking about each other.   

Serendipity (2001)

Warning: This movie will make you believe in destiny, and in serendipity, and fated love. Two people met for the first time, clicked, and went their separate ways, linked only by a dollar bill and an old book.

The Notebook (2004)

This movie could be the Titanic of the 2000s, a rich girl falls for a poor boy and then tragedy ensues. What makes this movie a classic is the undeniable onscreen chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams (that kissing in the rain was anything than cold!) and the line that would become the battle cry of every rebelling couple—“Stop thinking about what I want, what he wants, what your parents want. What do you want?”

A Walk to Remember (2002)

Great love stories are not just those who end in happy-ever-after. A Walk to Remember, another movie based on a Nicholas Sparks’ novel, proves this. Who could ever forget bad boy Landon and good girl Jamie's love story? It shows that love don’t need to last to be true. It just needs to change you… for the better.


One More Chance (2007)


What’s a romantic film list without One More Chance? Everyone knows this film, from the Gen Xs, to the Millennials, to the Gen Zs. Not your typical love story, the film takes you through an emotional rollercoaster of breaking up, moving on, and getting back together.



Letters to Juliet (2010)

This heartwarming story is cutesy take on fated love a la Serendipity. But instead of a dollar bill and old book, the film makes use of old letters hidden away for a girl to find. The letters rekindle an old flame and ignite a new one

Got 2 Believe (2002)

The movie that cemented the love team of Claudine Barretto and Rico Yan, Got2Believe was the mother of all romcoms. It's light and funny, yet at the same time, totally touching. The story revolves around the always-bridesmaid-never-a-bride Toni who wants to get past the curse of being an old maid. In comes dashing photographer, Lorenz, who helps her get dates but falls in love with her instead.