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10 Must-Watch Romantic Hollywood Movies

Romantic classics have their own say in the Hollywood movie industry. The impressive dimension of romanticism is one of the most popular movie genres Hollywood has ever produced since the time of the 1st world war. The saga is still continuing.

Here are the top 10 romantic movies Hollywood has created which claim to be all-time classics:

Gone with the Wind: It is one of the most well-known adaptations from the novel of the same title written by Margaret Mitchell, an American novelist. This 1939 film of civil war drama is a favorite on best-of lists.

Roman Holiday: It is a Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn-starred 1953 romantic classic.

It Happened One Night: It Happened One Night, a 1934 romantic classic depicting screwball comedy, was directed by Frank Capra.

Casablanca: During World War II, a man is caught between love and duty. It’s a love lost saga of two individuals that can have a huge impact on the entire planet. The film was released in 1942.

Pretty Woman: Pretty Woman (1990) carries a sublime narrative that every woman can relate to. It’s a contemporary take on Cinderella.

Ghost: It is another 1990 release classical romance captured in celluloid. The protagonist, Sam, is murdered. He then meets the heroine, Molly, through paranormal means. 

Titanic: It is James Cameron’s 1997 epic love story set against the backdrop of a real tragedy, narrating the sinking of the RMS Titanic.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: It’s the classic tale of a struggling writer and a New York aristocrat. Under awkward situations, they interact and fall in love. The releasing year is 1961.

The Notebook: The pathos is at its peak. Your heart will surely melt after seeing this 2004 heart-wrenching movie.

Pride & Prejudice: Joe Wright’s directorial debut, Pride & Prejudice, is a 2005 romantic classic based on Jane Austen’s novel of the same name.

These are the must-watch romantic movies Hollywood has ever brought about! Leave your comments below.

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