50 First Dates: This right here is a witty and romantic film where the lead character Henry Roth, who is afraid of commitment finally met the girl of his dreams until he discovers that Lucy has short term memory loss and forgets him every day. This spawns a dedicated quest for Henry to somehow remind Lucy every day of the love they share.
P.S I Love You: An extraordinary love story directed by Richard LaGravenese that portrays a powerful and moving narrative of a love that transcends death. Gerry finds a way to leave love messages to his surviving wife in order that she may cope with his loss.
Eat, Pray, Love: Elizabeth Gilbert, played by Julia Roberts was newly divorced when she decided to travel around the world in order to find self-discovery where was able to enjoy the pleasure of living in Italy and to experience the power of prayer in India. Unexpectedly, she found her inner peace and balance of true love in her last stop which was Indonesia.
Notting Hill: A simple bookshop owner’s life is about to change when he meets the most famous star in the world. The story revolves around the question: Can an internationally famous American actress find happiness in a frumpy British bookstore clerk?
Titanic: This is without a doubt one of the most popular romantic movies in the world. The story revolves around a 17 year old aristocrat who was expected to marry a rich claimant in order to save their family from financial ruin. However, while on board the Titanic, she fell in love with a poor artist after he convinced her not to jump out of the ship to commit suicide.