Top 10 Romantic Movies - World's Best Romantic Film of All Time | Top 10 List

The romance film is a film genre characterized by arguments portray constructed events and characters related to the expression of love and romantic relationships. The romantic cinema focuses on the representation of a love story of two participants, which goes through the main stages of the conception of love such as courtship and marriage.

This cinematographic genre frequently explores key elements in the popular conception of love, building its argument from situations such as love at first sight, chronologically discordant love (love between a person of young age and a person of mature age), love tragic, destructive love, passionate sexual love, homo, erotic, love and impossible love. The romantic cinema is characterized by portraying a love story or the search for love as the main argument of the film, supporting situations outside the main argument that would hinder the continuity of love between the couple who starred in the plot of the film. Loving obstacles include the perception of an impossible love, infidelity, the love incompatibility, the love-hate, the illness, the money, the social discrimination and the intervention of people who try to end the love of the couple.

Romantic cinema constitutes the audiovisual adaptation of love in words or the literary love of the romance novel. One of the first film works considered romantic cinema was the 1896 short film by William Heise, Der Kuss (The Kiss), this short film starring May Irwin and John Rice showed images of both actors giving each other a kiss on the lips.

With the entrance of the 20th century, love became popular on screens. The theme of love between two people was marketed and new film titles that portrayed love during the first three decades of the twentieth century in the silent film period began to emerge. Some silent film titles that included love as main plot were Camille (1915) directed by Albert Capellani, Intolerance (1916) directed by David Wark Griffith, Male and Female (1919) directed by Cecil B. DeMille, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) directed by Rex Ingram, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) directed by Wallace Worsley and The Garden of Eden (1928) directed by Lewis Milestone.

Romantic cinema gained great popularity with the arrival of sound films, which allowed a greater understanding of the audience and an increase in the complexity of film production. Beginning in the 1930s, new sound films began to be produced (usually based on existing novels) that began to have greater complexity because they included more extensive dialogues and music that accompanied the film's environment. Some notable titles of the decade of the 30's and 40's include: Chained (1934) directed by Clarence Brown, Camille (1936) directed by George Cukor and The Philadelphia Story (1940) directed by George Cukor. In the 1930s a subgenre of romantic cinematography flourished, the romantic comedy with exponents such as: It Happened One Night (1934) and Bringing Up Baby (1938).

In the 50's when the romantic cinema reached its peak during the film production of the golden age of Hollywood. This period is the time in which new genres of romantic cinema appeared and developed, such as the romantic thriller, chick flick, romantic comedy and romantic drama.

On Valentine's Day, Joel Berish (Jim Carrey), as usual, got ready to go to work, but at the last minute, standing at Long Island Station, he decided that he needed to change the route, and got on the train from Montok to Rockville Center. In the train, he meets a blue-haired girl, Clementine Kruchinski (Kate Winslet)...
Elle Evans (Joey King) is a 16-year-old high school student who has tried but has never been kissed, for the fundraiser Elle and Lee decide to put a post of kisses without imagining that they would end up kissing Noah (Jacob Elordi)...
This year is 1953. Pakhi (Sonakshi Sinha) lives with her landlord father (Barun Chanda). Her father keeps her in his strict supervision. Varun (Ranveer Singh) comes in her life. He tells himself an archaeologist.
Qin Feng (Ge Yu) returns from the United States to his homeland, where he wants to find himself a - modern outside, old fashioned inside. But among all, he only likes the beautiful Liang (Shu Qi), who loves a married man...
It's about two secret agents, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy, falling in love with the same woman played by Reese Witherspoon.

6. The Goodbye Girl

Directed by Herbert Ross, the film stars Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason, Quinn Cummings and Paul Benedict. The script original Neil Simon revolves around a trio-a strange actor who struggle sublet an apartment from a friend in Manhattan, the current occupant (his friend's ex-girlfriend, who has just been abandoned) and his precocious daughter. Richard Dreyfuss won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Elliot Garfield. At the time, he became the youngest man to win an Oscar for Best Actor. At the age of 29 at the time of filming, Richard Dreyfuss was the youngest actor until 2002 to receive the Best Actor Oscar. In 2002, Adrien Brody broke this record, with the Oscar received by The Pianist.

7. Autumn in New York

8. The Prince and Me

9. Warm Bodies

10. Management

11. Take Me Home Tonight

12. Return to Me

13. Sleeping with Other People

14. The Bounty Hunter

15. Bad Sister

16. Heartbreakers

17. Across the Universe

18. Mungaru Male

19. The Heartbreak Kid

20. Devdas

21. The Queens

22. Imagine Me & You

23. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

24. Boomerang

25. In the Mood for Love

26. Fools Rush In

27. Hello, My Dolly Girlfriend

28. Monster-in-Law

29. Angel Eyes

30. Tin Cup

31. Sorry, I Love You

32. Dil To Pagal Hai

33. Safe Haven

34. Admission

35. Doc Hollywood

36. Couples Retreat

37. Baby Boom

38. What Women Want

39. The Twilight Saga

40. Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat

41. Friends with Kids

42. South of the Clouds

43. Someone Like You

44. Tristan & Isolde

45. No Strings Attached

46. Love's Whirlpool

47. Crazy New Year's Eve

48. Nights in Rodanthe

Doris Attinger tries to shoot her faithless husband Warren, who cheats on her with Beryl Caighn. The Bonn couple learn about it the next morning from the newspaper. Adam Bonner is a...

50. Woman of the Year

Tess Harding is a correspondent for a New York newspaper. She falls in love with Sam Craig, a columnist. A romance blossoms and it doesn't take long before they give each other the yes. But just as quickly the marriage appears not to work. Tess has too many political responsibilities and puts her career above her marriage. Sam, however, wants Tess to be a housewife. When Tess announces that it is time to have children, Sam finally thinks he will have the marriage he has always wanted. However, she decides to adopt a Greek orphan, something Sam doesn't like. He is fed up and is requesting a divorce. Once apart, they realize that they can no longer live without each other.

51. Beautiful Thing

52. Badrinath Ki Dulhania

53. Zai Jian Wo Men De Shi Nian

54. Last Tango in Paris

55. American Reunion

56. Can't Buy Me Love

57. Because I Said So

58. I Hate Valentine's Day

59. Love Clinic

60. Rumor Has It

61. Roman Holiday

62. How to Marry a Millionaire

63. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

64. Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania

65. Pat and Mike

66. Manhattan

67. Brown Sugar

68. Everything, Everything

69. Ball of Fire

70. Shallow Hal

71. One Step Away

72. The Phantom of the Opera

73. A Dramatic Night

74. Life as We Know It

75. Playing for Keeps

76. Love Story

77. Fiji Love

78. The Shop Around the Corner

79. An Affair to Remember

80. My Geeky Nerdy Buddies

81. Lovers & Movies

82. Eating Out 5: The Open Weekend

83. Head over Heels

84. Ten Modern Commandments

85. You've Got Mail

86. Mughal-e-Azam

87. I Love You Beth Cooper

88. My Life in Ruins

89. Mamma Mia!

90. Brief Encounter

91. Play It Again Sam

92. Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2

93. Leap Year

94. Blue is the Warmest Colour

95. Never Gone

96. Crossing Delancey

97. The Seven Year Itch

98. Charlie St. Cloud

99. Serendipity

100. The Wedding Date

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