The most different cinema romance movies        

The best romantic movies are the ones you can watch over and over again. Whether it’s Rose’s goodbye to Jack in Titanic or that rain-kissing scene in The Notebook, there are some film moments that are so iconic they’ve transcended pop culture and have become part of the way we live and think about love.

Audrey Hepburn is at the helm of many legendary romance movies. The best one, in our opinion, is Roman Holiday, in which she plays a European princess who jets off for a night in Rome. It’s there she meets American reporter Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck), who wants a scoop about her for his job but winds up falling in love instead.

Ali Wong stars in this delightful romantic comedy from Netflix about a talented chef who restarts things with her high school beau. Keep an eye out for Keanu Reeves, who makes a very, very noteworthy cameo.

The love triangle of Rick Blaine, Victor Laszlo, and Ilsa is the stuff of pop-culture royalty, as is the final line in the movie: “Here’s looking at you, kid.” Casablanca was nominated for eight Academy Awards and took home three, including the coveted Best Picture.

A passionate bond develops between a Ph.D. student (Armie Hammer) and the 17-year-old son of his mentor (Timothée Chalamet) as they spend a summer together in Italy. It’s like Carol, but with guys.

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