10 Best Movies Focusing on Relationships and Love

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Be it a teenager or an old man, everybody loves to watch a romantic movie. The stories of sweet kisses, warm hugs and cuddles are full of emotions taking a hold of our hearts and making us feel the beauty of true love and romance. Romantic movies have given cinema some of the most memorable and heart-stopping moments. With your partner at your side, a box of tissues and popcorns, these movies are nice to watch. So sit back, relax and recall with us the top ten movies showing what love and relationship is all about:

10. Pretty Woman

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Pretty Woman is a 1990 American, romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall. Set in Los Angeles, the story is about a prostitute Vivian Ward, who is hired by a very successful businessman, Edward Lewis, for his social and business events. Edward, a ruthless and wealthy man, does not know that she could be much more than just a woman from the sidewalk, but he changes his mindset after spending a night with the gorgeous stranger. Her being the first one in a long time who could surprise him, he slowly feels the light at the end of the tunnel. The two develop a strong feeling towards each other while staying together and start a relationship giving Vivian a chance to start things all over again and Edward to become a better person.

9. The Vow

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The Vow, released in 2012 is a romantic drama film starred by Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum and directed by Michael Sucsy. The movie based on a real life story of krickitt and Kim Carpenter was a box office hit for its epic romance and drama. The Vow is the story of a love that refuses to be forgotten. Leo is shocked when a car accident puts his wife Paige into a deep coma which vanishes the last five years of her memories. Suddenly, Leo finds himself being with a stranger who doesn’t know and remember anything about him. Unpretentiously, Paige falls back under the control of her parents where she reconnects with her ex-fiance Jeremy. Leo desperately tries to shape their moments of romance and bring back the relationship.

8. The Apartment

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The Apartment is a 1960 American film directed and produced by Billy Wilder, starring Jack Lemmon, MacLaine and Fred MacMurray. The movie was a box office hit winning more than ten awards. C.C. Baxter attempts to go up the corporate ladder by letting out his apartment to his co-workers where they could take their mistresses. Unluckily, his boss’s mistress is the same girl he thought he had a chance with. A story full of twists and turns, the romance gets away in middle with a suicide by the leading woman and later things turn around for a perfect and romantic ending. In terms of romance, there has never been anything like this movie.

7. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a romantic, drama, science fiction film about a couple who have forgotten each other. The film uses science fiction, psychology, and thriller to explain the importance of memory and love. Joel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski come together in a relationship despite of their poles apart personalities. After two years, due to a nasty fight, Clementine get the relationship memories erased from her mind. Upon knowing this, Joel also goes to the doctor and get the same procedure done. However, while unconscious, he decides to change his mind and keep the memories alive. But the two Lacuna techies in his mind try to erase the memories while Joel finds a way to preserve them. Thus the love and courtship go in reverse direction with interesting twists and turns.

6. Gone with the Wind

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Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American movie based on the book by Margaret Mitchell. Starred by Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland and Clark Gable, the movie is about American Civil War from the viewpoint of the Scarlett O’Hara (Vivein Leigh). Scarlett is the daughter of an Irish immigrant who owns a plantation in Georgia. She marries Charles Hamilton who dies of some disease in training in civil war. After the war, she inherits Tara and somehow keeps the place going. Later, she marries her sister’s fiance, Frank, becomes a part of his business and increases its profits tremendously. Frank is killed while raiding a town where Scarlet was assaulted while driving. Regretful after Frank’s death, Scarlett weds Rhett, who is aware of her first love Ashley. Scarlett ultimately comes to realize that she does have feelings for Rhett, but only once the couple has faced so much that Rhett has fallen out of love with her.

5. Little Manhattan

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Little Manhattan is a 2005 romantic film directed by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett. Starring Josh Hutcherson and Charlie Ray, Little Manhattan depicts the story of a 10 ¾ years old Gabe who finds his first love in his kindergarten class, the eleven years old Rosemary. To Gabe’s ecstacy, they start spending time together and he is completely in love and not only her, but even the life she lives. Confused with the new feelings for Rosemary and the divorce between his beloved parents, Gabe experiences the sensation of being in love for the first time.

4. Remember Me

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Remember me is a 2010 typical romantic drama American film directed by Allen Coulter. Starring Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin and Lena Olin, the movie is set in New York City. Tyler Hawkins, a rebellious, artistic young man meets simple and sweet Ally through fate. Hawkins, after the suicide of his brother Mark, desperately looks for attention of his parents especially for his artistic sister Caroline. Coincidently, ever-provocative Tyler and his roommate get into a street fight and are jailed wrongly by detective sergeant Neil Craig, who happens to be Ally’s father. When his roommate discovers Alyssa ‘ally’ is Craig’s daughter, he dares Tyler to ask her out, but the two start loving each other and get into a relationship. Yet just when things start working out, fate strikes, ending things crushingly.

3. A Walk to Remember

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A Walk to remember is an American movie based on the novel “A Walk to Remember” by Nicholas Sparks. The teenage romantic drama is about Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan who get to know each other in a community service program. Landon is held responsible for playing prank on a student and landing him into hospital. As a punishment, he is forced to contribute in school community service activities. There he meets Jamie, begins to spend time with her and ultimately falls for her. The two starts dating but a painful secret divulges however it doesn’t dampen the spirit of their love. The evanescent relationship teaches Landon the true meaning of love.

2. The Notebook

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The Notebook is based on a novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. The movie depicts the importance of true love and relationship in life. It is about two young people and their romance, who are later seen in their older years where the girl has disappeared into Alzheimer’s. The lovers, Allie Nelson is played by Rachel McAdams and Noah Calhoun by Ryan Gosling. The movie portrays the power of love that doesn’t know any boundaries even Alzheimer’s. As the guy narrates to her the story of how they came together every day from a notebook. he waits for that one day when the clouds part and she realizes who he is and to whom the entire story belong to.

1. Titanic


Titanic is an  American epic romantic-drama film directed, produced and written by James Cameron. Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as Jack and Rose, Titanic is about two people who fall in love aboard this beautiful ship. The film  won a number of Oscars and achieved great success. In the movie, a 100 year old woman named Rose Bukator narrates her grandchildren her entire journey on titanic from the day she sets foot on the ship to that cursed morning the ship sinks taking along her fleeting love.  


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