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Sleepless in Seattle
“Sleepless in Seattle” is a romantic comedy about a widower who, after his son calls into a radio talk show, finds himself being pursued by a woman across the country who becomes infatuated with him. The film follows their unconventional and heartwarming journey to find love and happiness.
You’ve Got Mail
“You’ve Got Mail” is a romantic comedy about two business rivals who unknowingly fall in love with each other online, while simultaneously struggling to keep their brick-and-mortar bookstores afloat in the face of modern technology.
“The Proposal” is a romantic comedy about a high-powered book editor who convinces her assistant to marry her in order to avoid deportation back to Canada, leading to unexpected complications and a fake engagement that turns into something more.
The Wedding Planner
“The Wedding Planner” is a romantic comedy film about a successful wedding planner who falls in love with a groom-to-be while planning his wedding, only to discover that he is already engaged. As she navigates her feelings and professional ethics, she must make a choice between love and loyalty.
My Best Friend’s Wedding
“My Best Friend’s Wedding” is a romantic comedy about a woman who realizes she is in love with her best friend just as he announces his engagement to someone else. Determined to win him back, she schemes to break up the wedding and confess her feelings before it’s too late.
“The Holiday” is a romantic comedy about two women who swap homes for the holidays in order to escape their personal problems and end up finding unexpected love in the process.
The Leap Year movie is a romantic comedy about a woman who travels to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day, but ends up falling for an Irish innkeeper instead.
“Serendipity” is a romantic comedy film about two strangers who meet by chance and feel an instant connection, but decide to leave their future to fate. Years later, they embark on a journey to find each other and see if destiny will bring them back together.
“27 Dresses” is a romantic comedy film about a woman named Jane who has been a bridesmaid 27 times but struggles to find love herself. When her sister becomes engaged to the man Jane secretly loves, she must confront her feelings and decide if she is willing to sacrifice her own happiness for the sake of others.
The Lake House
“The Lake House” is a romantic drama in which two people, living in different years, communicate through a magical mailbox and fall in love. As they try to unravel the mystery of their connection, they must overcome the obstacles of time and distance to be together.
Just Like Heaven
“Just Like Heaven” is a romantic comedy about a man who falls in love with a spirit that inhabits his new apartment. As they navigate their unusual connection, they must find a way to bridge the gap between the living and the dead to be together.
“The Switch” is a romantic comedy film about a woman who decides to have a child through artificial insemination, but her best friend secretly switches the donor’s sperm sample with his own, leading to unexpected complications and a complicated love story.
Two Weeks Notice
“Two Weeks Notice” is a romantic comedy film where a lawyer, played by Sandra Bullock, decides to quit her job as the right-hand woman to a wealthy businessman, played by Hugh Grant, but ends up falling in love with him during her two-week notice period.
Sweet Home Alabama
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“Notting Hill” is a romantic comedy about a humble bookstore owner who crosses paths with a famous Hollywood actress, leading to a whirlwind romance filled with unexpected challenges and heartwarming moments in the vibrant neighborhood of Notting Hill, London.
Bridget Jones’s Diary
“Bridget Jones’s Diary” is a romantic comedy about a single woman in her 30s who chronicles her personal and romantic misadventures in a diary. As she navigates through her career, relationships, and self-discovery, Bridget finds herself torn between two very different men.
The Ugly Truth
“The Ugly Truth” is a romantic comedy film about a TV producer who reluctantly teams up with a chauvinistic relationship expert to boost ratings. As they clash over their contrasting views on love, they unexpectedly find themselves falling for each other.
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The Five-Year Engagement
“The Five-Year Engagement” is a romantic comedy film about a couple, Tom and Violet, who face numerous delays and obstacles in their journey towards marriage, leading to a prolonged engagement that tests their relationship and commitment. As they navigate through career opportunities, long-distance challenges, and personal growth, they must decide if their love is strong enough to withstand the five-year engagement.