Aww! The cinema is never more magic than when it’s depicting true love. Here are the romantic movie moments that made audiences dream, swoon, and cry.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's "I'm flying!" moment in Titanic is so iconic by now that you may forget that it includes their first kiss!
A teenage boy sets out to make a dying girl's dream bucket list come true, including building her a telescope and naming a star after her, in A Walk to Remember. Can you pass the tissues?
When are the star-crossed lovers finally going to realize they're still in love with each other in The Notebook Oh, during a passionate kiss in a rainstorm.
Another rainy kiss was the upside down smooch in Spiderman.
In a moment that spanned teenage fantasies for decades to come, the hottest guy in school picked Samantha on her 16th birthday in Sixteen Candles—and got her a cake!
All hail Lloyd Dobler, the eternal romantic who held a boom box playing "their" song outside the window of the girl who dumped him in Say Anything.
It's worth watching 2005's Pride and Prejudice over and over just for that ending, and to hear Mr. Darcy say, "You have bewitched me body and soul."
You just know that her teacher is going to show up to kiss Drew Barrymore on the pitcher's mound at the end of Never Been Kissed, but you still find yourself so nervous anyway!
It's still not too late for Jo to accept Laurie's proposal, right? It's a heart-breaker, but you've still gotta love Christian Bale asking for Winona Ryder's hand in Little Women.
A romantic comedy about a pregnant teen? Only Juno and Paulie Bleeker's sweet awkwardness could make the kiss in Juno more cute than scandalous.
It's wildly unsafe, but still romantic to stop a taxi on a bridge, if it holds the girl you're in love with. Just see How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days to understand what we mean.
Sure, their love is completely unsustainable, but you will still feel moved by Edward's proposal in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
There are three love stories in Crazy Stupid Love, but the most romantic moment is watching Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's characters fall in love over the course of one all-night conversation.
Sometimes, you need a push to fall in love, like some alcohol and dancing on a bar to "Bennie and the Jets." The best scene in 27 Dresses is also its most relatable one.
The criminally underrated When in Vegas ends with the perfect goofballs played by Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher getting together for real, not by some drunken accident.