Rank 10: He’s Just Not That Into You
Sometimes love works, and other times you need to take the hint - he’s just not that into you! Much like Love Actually, this film follows many different couples through break-ups, dating struggles and new found love.
Rank 9: Peter Pan
Peter Pan starring Jeremy Sumpter is a magical tale of adventure, wonder and, of course, young love.
Rank 8: Just Like Heaven
David falls in love with the spirit of a woman in a coma. Somehow, he must wake her before her family pulls the plug.
Rank 7: Love Actually
From love triangles to new crushes to troubled marriages, Love Actually follows the lives of many different people and shows how love can come in any form.
Rank 6: The Holiday
Brokenhearted, Amanda (from Los Angeles) and Iris (from London) need to escape their lives. They switch homes for two weeks and each discover a new love.
Rank 5: 13 Going on 30
On her 13th birthday, Jenna Rink makes a wish. The next morning she wakes up at age 30. And she doesn’t like the person she has become. Worst of all, her best friend Matt is getting married! Will confessing her love make him call off the wedding?
Rank 4: Serendipity
If it’s meant to be, love will find you. That’s what John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale learn in Serendipity, a movie about love and destiny.
Rank 3: Tuck Everlasting
Love hits you when you least expect it. In Tuck Everlasting, Winnie Foster is kidnapped by an immortal family, and finds herself falling deeply in love with their youngest son, Jesse.
Rank 2: Twilight
Forbidden love. It’s addicting and irresistible. Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight starring Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart is a modern, fantastical twist on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Rank 1: The Notebook
Like A Walk to Remember, The Notebook is based a novel written by the master of romantic fiction, Nicholas Sparks. If you enjoyed these films, then don’t miss Nicholas Sparks’s upcoming books-turned-film: Dear John and The Last Song.
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