Well, I'm obviously not your typical "lady", as I'd much rather watch The Matrix or LOTR than a romantic film! Sleepless in Seattle etc just leaves me cold. Just about the only "romance" movie I've seen and enjoyed was Bridget Jones's Diary, so I'll go for that one!
Having oozed sweat over my answers to the macho movies, I thought I should even things out with a blokes view of romantic movies - you know Commando has a fine romantic subplot... honest.
Seriously though, In the Mood for Love by Wong Kar-Wai is extraordinary and George Cukor's Philadelphia Story ranks up there as my favourite rom-com.
The best...it would be "Little shop around the corner" with James Stewart. The main characters were so sweet, the plot interesting and there was a lot of subtle humour in it.
If the cartoons can also compete, I choose also "The Beauty and the Beast" by Disney. I love its message.
I would say so, I loved it as well...
Maybe it's not the most romantic but, if I don't say The Princess Bride then I'm gonna be sorry. It's a must for me. Other than that, where to start? I love romantic movies, though I don't get to see as many as I'd like. Romantic comedies are good too, and even though I can't name them, I'm sure I've seen quite a few. ^_^
I loved French Kiss with Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline, I know it's dead cheesy but I just loved how it was set in Paris and Kevin Kline was such a scallywag!
I did see a film abolutely ages ago with a blonde gangster's mole and it was set in Italy, with an Italian photographer and a bright yellow car, can't remember what it was called though!!! It was quite an old film about the same time as an Affair to Remember.....possibly.