This is my list of favorite romantic comedy’s , i hope you enjoy, and i recommend that you watch them. Thank you.
Two Weeks Notice (2002)
# 5 on the list.Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock star in this cute funny comedy about an activist lawyer Lucy (Sandra Bullock) talked into working for a man George Wade (Hugh Grant) she hates. He calls her at all hours of the day for trivial things such as what to wear, or what stationary to use, simply because she actually gives him an honest answer. Lucy gets fed up with this after George interrupts her best friends wedding to ask her what suit he should wear, and she gives him her two weeks notice. She finds a replacement for herself, and then gets jealous when George sleeps with her. They spend an increasing amount of time together and George realizes
he loves her. George ends up winning the girl, and loosing most of his fortune when he refuses to demolish Coney Island community center to put a mall in.
Made Of Honor: (2008)
Starring Patrick Dempsy and Michelle Monaghan. Made of Honor is funny, unique, classy, and #4 on the list. Tom met Hannah in college by accidentally getting into the wrong girls bed. She hated him. He was intrigued and they became best friends. Ten years later, they are still best friends. Tom is a classic rich sexy stud who sleeps around. Hannah is more reserved and wants to get married. When she leaves to Scotland for 6 weeks, Tom realizes he loves her and plans to tell her when she gets back. Only she comes back with a fiance of Scottish nobility. Tom is crushed, and then Hannah asks him to be her ‘Maid of Honor‘ as he is her best friend. His friends convince him to accept the role so he can woo her back. With breathtaking Scottish scenery, a seduction that almost looses the girl, and a crashed wedding, this is a must see.
The Wedding Singer (1998)
Starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, The Wedding Singer is #3 on my top 5 list because 1. its funny, 2. its classic 3. It stars a guest performance from Billy Idol.
Plot: Robby (played by Adam Sandler) Is a wedding singer, ironically left at the alter by his long term girlfriend Linda who realizes at the last minute he’s not who he used to be. Robby’s friends convince him to go back to work, and there he meets a waitress, Julia (Drew Barrymore.She is engaged to a wealthy broker who doesn’t care for her, only for the fact that he can trust her. When he refuses to take part in helping Julia plan the wedding Robby steps in and helps. They begin to fall in love, and the singer gets the girl in a dramatic ” I wrote you a song” Scene on an airplane to Vegas.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles, Joseph Gordon-Levit and Larissa Oleynik ranks #2 because it is simply a classic. Modern Teenage remake of Shakespeare’s Taming Of The Shrew‘ 10 Things I Hate About You follows not one but two love stories. Cameron (Joseph Gordon-Levit) is the new kid in school. He falls in love with popular and pretty Bianca Stratford (Larisa Oleynik). Only problem is, she’s not allowed to date unless her sister Kat (Julia Stiles) dates to. Kat ‘The Shrew’ would rather be dead. Cameron convinces rich pretty boy Joey (Andrew Keegan) to pay
someone to date Kat so Joey can date Bianca thinking he can get Bianca first. Joey hires bad boy Patrick (Heath Ledger) to do the job. Patrick fails at getting Kat to go out with him until her sister begs her to go on ‘just one date’. Bianca goes with Joey, and later realizes her mistake and ends up having Cameron drive her home. Catch: Kat falls in love with Cameron and vice versa, she finds out he was paid to take her out but ends up forgiving him for the small price of a guitar.
Kate And Leopold (2001)
Starring Hugh Jackman and Meg Ryan this would have to be #1 on the list. Romantic, funny insightful, with just enough blend of modern and history along with a touch of magic and daring. Kate(Meg Ryan) lives in NYC with her inventor Ex bf Stuart in the apartment above her, and her brother, an actor living with her. Stuart finds a wormhole in time, and goes back to the 1870’s where Leopold (Hugh Jackman) an English Baron short of funds is curious and follows him back. Stuart leaves Leopold with Kate and tries to find a way to get him back. Kate’s brother helps him out, thinking he is an actor with a bit of a problem with coming out of his act. Kate and Leopold fall in love as Stuart finds a way to send him back. Kate ends up following him to the 1970’s and Leopold banishes his chances of marrying a wealthy woman and retrieving his finances by instead marrying Kate.