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Larry James


Top 100 Romantic Movies

Spend a "romantic" evening together. Watch a movie!

The American Film Institute chose Casablanca as its top U.S. screen romance movie in a list recently. The film institute began issuing annual lists on different movie themes in 1998. The love story list was chosen by about 1,800 directors, actors, studio executives, critics and others in Hollywood, who voted from a field of 400 nominated films.

To purchase any of the movies below, click on the movie title. Many are available in both VHS and DVD. Most ship within 24 hours.

  1. Casablanca - 1942 - Humphrey Bogart
  2. Gone With the Wind - 1939 - Clark Gable
  3. West Side Story - 1961 - Natalie Wood
  4. Roman Holiday - 1953 - Gregory Peck
  5. An Affair to Remember - 1957 - Cary Grant
  6. The Way We Were - 1973 - Barbra Streisand
  7. Doctor Zhivago - 1965 - Omar Sharif
  8. It's a Wonderful Life - 1946 - James Stewart
  9. Love Story - 1970 - Ali MacGraw
  10. City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin
  11. Annie Hall - 1977 - Woody Allen
  12. My Fair Lady - 1964 - Audrey Hepburn
  13. Out of Africa - 1985 - Meryl Streep
  14. The African Queen - 1951 - Humphrey Bogart
  15. Wuthering Heights - 1939 - Merle Oberon
  16. Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Gene Kelly
  17. Moonstruck - 1987 - Cher
  18. Vertigo - 1958 - James Stewart
  19. Ghost - 1990 - Patrick Swayze
  20. From Here to Eternity - 1953 - Burt Lancaster
  21. Pretty Woman - 1990 - Richard Gere
  22. On Golden Pond - 1981 - Katharine Hepburn
  23. Now, Voyager - 1942 - Bette Davis
  24. King Kong - 1933 - Fay Wray
  25. When Harry Met Sally - 1989 - Billy Crystal
  26. The Lady Eve - 1941 - Barbara Stanwyck
  27. The Sound of Music - 1965 - Julie Andrews
  28. The Shop Around the Corner - 1940 - James Stewart
  29. An Officer and a Gentleman - 1982 - Richard Gere
  30. Swing Time - 1936 - Fred Astaire
  31. The King and I - 1956 - Deborah Kerr
  32. Dark Victory - 1939 - Bette Davis
  33. Camille - 1937 - Greta Garbo
  34. Beauty and the Beast - 1991 - Paige O'Hara
  35. Gigi - 1958 - Leslie Caron
  36. Random Harvest - 1942 - Ronald Colman
  37. Titanic - 1997 - Leonardo DiCaprio
  38. It Happened One Night - 1934 - Clark Gable
  39. An American in Paris - 1951 - Gene Kelly
  40. Ninotchka - 1939 - Greta Garbo
  41. Funny Girl - 1968 - Barbra Streisand
  42. Anna Karenina - 1935 - Vivien Leigh
  43. A Star is Born - 1954 - Judy Garland
  44. The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - Cary Grant
  45. Sleepless in Seattle - 1993 - Tom Hanks
  46. To Catch a Thief - 1955 - Cary Grant
  47. Splendor in the Grass - 1961 - Natalie Wood
  48. Last Tango in Paris - 1972 - Marlon Brando
  49. The Postman Always Rings Twice - 1946 - Lana Turner
  50. Shakespeare in Love - 1998 - Gwyneth Paltrow
  51. Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Katharine Hepburn
  52. The Graduate - 1967 - Anne Bancroft
  53. A Place in the Sun - 1951 - Montgomery Clift
  54. Sabrina - 1954 - Humphrey Bogart
  55. Reds - 1981 - Warren Beatty
  56. The English Patient - 1996 - Ralph Fiennes
  57. Two for the Road - 1967 - Audrey Hepburn
  58. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - 1967 - Spencer Tracy
  59. Picnic - 1955 - William Holden
  60. To Have and Have Not - 1944 - Humphrey Bogart
  61. Breakfast at Tiffany's - 1961 - Audrey Hepburn
  62. The Apartment - 1960 - Jack Lemmon
  63. Sunrise - 1927 - George O'Brien
  64. Marty - 1955 - Ernest Borgnine
  65. Bonnie and Clyde - 1967 - Warren Beatty
  66. Manhattan - 1979 - Woody Allen
  67. A Streetcar Named Desire - 1951 - Vivien Leigh
  68. What's Up Doc? - 1972 - Barbra Streisand
  69. Harold and Maude - 1971 - Ruth Gordon
  70. Sense and Sensibility - 1995 - Emma Thompson
  71. Way Down East - 1920 - Lillian Gish
  72. Roxanne - 1987 - Steve Martin
  73. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - 1947 - Gene Tierney
  74. Woman of the Year - 1942 - Spencer Tracy
  75. The American President - 1995 - Michael Douglas
  76. Quiet Man - 1952 - John Wayne
  77. The Awful Truth - 1937 - Irene Dunne
  78. Coming Home - 1978 - Jane Fonda
  79. Jezebel - 1939 - Bette Davis
  80. The Sheik - 1921 - Rudolph Valentino
  81. The Goodbye Girl - 1977 - Richard Dreyfuss
  82. Witness - 1985 - Harrison Ford
  83. Morocco - 1930 - Gary Cooper
  84. Double Indemnity - 1944 - Fred MacMurray
  85. Love is a Many Splendored Thing - 1955 - William Holden
  86. Notorious - 1946 - Cary Grant
  87. The Unbearable Lightness of Being - 1988 - Daniel Day-Lewis
  88. The Princess Bride - 1987 - Cary Elwes
  89. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - 1966 - Elizabeth Taylor
  90. The Bridges of Madison County - 1995 - Clint Eastwood
  91. Working Girl - 1988 - Harrison Ford
  92. Porgy and Bess - 1959 - Sidney Potier
  93. Dirty Dancing - 1987 - Jennifer Grey
  94. Body Heat - 1981 - William Hurt
  95. The Lady and the Tramp - 1955 - Peggy Lee
  96. Barefoot in the Park - 1967 - Robert Redford
  97. Grease - 1978 - John Travolta
  98. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 1939 - Charles Laughton
  99. Pillow Talk - 1959 - Rock Hudson
  100. Jerry Maquire - 1996 - Tom Cruise

We Americans love our movies. After all, few places in the world are as important to movie production as Hollywood. But that doesn't mean we're indiscriminate when it comes to movies. If you have children, you don't want to take them to an inappropriate movie.

Besides, it is expensive to go to the movies. Tickets alone can be $8 or more. So we don't want to waste our time and money on a bad movie.

How do you decide if you'll see a movie? You may rely on the advice of friends. Or maybe you follow movie reviews.

But Larry James has a better way for you to find out about all kinds of movies: Rotten Tomatoes. The site gathers movie reviews from a number of sources. So, it is a quick way to get multiple opinions.

The reviews are tallied, so you can see what the average review is. Tired of listening to the experts? Then read the user reviews! You can also read interviews and catch up on movie news.

(A special thanks to Kim Komando for this tip!)

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