Since a kiss was first shown on the big screen (in an 1892 movie appropriately titled The Kiss), romance movies have provided audiences with escapism and excitement. Rom-coms, dramas, high school movies…regardless of the setting and tone, celluloid romances have shaped our expectations for partners in the real world.
A Love So True’s romantic movies coverage is here to help you find your next great romantic movie, whether it’s streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, or is a new theatrical release. We recommend 100 romances you need to see, rank the Nicholas Sparks filmography, look back at classic romances like Sabrina and Titanic, and more.
Ready to dim the lights and press play? Explore our romantic movies coverage first to find a film you’re sure to fall for.
A lead is only as good as their best friend—and there is no better best friend than Judy Greer.
These movies put stars in our eyes.
These period dramas have real romance.
We're always in the mood to watch these rom-coms.
Get the tissues on deck.
Dig up some love and adventure.
Grab the wine, pop some popcorn, and get ready to snuggle up with your besties!
They don't make 'em like this anymore.
By Carly Lane
Fashion trends may come and go, but these movies will never go out of style.
Celebrate with those lucky in love.
Sometimes crushing on your TA is more than a fantasy.
You'll fall head over heels for these films.
Grab some tissues and get ready to Netflix and weep.
This holiday, we're asking Santa for some celluloid HEAs.
We promise, they’ll move your heart and feed your soul.
We made a list and checked it twice. Now have yourself a merry little Christmas with these Hallmark treats!
You never know what the London ton has in store.
There’s still magic to be found in the classics.
Who needs an actual love life when you’ve got all these?
Live vicariously through these emotional stories of love and longing.
By Carolyn Cox