The most beautiful love films of all time

We have collected for you the most beautiful love films of all time: romantic films to dream, funny love comedies to laugh and sad love movies to cry. To make our list as extensive as possible, we asked for the help of all readers and asked in the context of the 100-item YAY! Raffle, which film is the most beautiful love movie of all time. There were many submissions, and it quickly became clear that love movie classics are high on personal favorite lists. But new love films, novel adaptations and romantic cartoons are among the favorite films. And here they are – drum rolls – your most beautiful love films of all time: Titanic A film about the unforgettable love of Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio). Forty-eight years after the sinking of the Titanic, treasure hunters are on the hunt for a diamond missing on the Titanic. But instead of the jewel they find the drawing of a young woman: Rose. After a television report, the survivor reports and tells of her experiences on the RMS Titanic and her encounter with the 3rd class passenger Jack. (OT: Titanic, 1997) Dirty Dancing In carefree America of the 60s, Baby Houseman (Jennifer Gray) goes on vacation together with her parents. Bored with all the adults, she begins to get interested in the hotel’s dance teacher. The heartthrob Johnny (Patrick Swayze) teaches boring standard dances during the day and then swings his hips in the hot Dirty-Dancing style. A summer full of dance and love begins. (OT: Dirty Dancing, 1987) Gone with the Wind The oldest love film that has made it into the list of the most beautiful love films of all time, is an absolute classic: Gone with the wind already thrilled millions of spectators with the heartbreaking love story of Southern beauty Scarlett O ‘ Hara (Vivien Leigh) and heartbreaker Rhett Butler (Clark Gable). (OT: Gone with the Wind, 1939) Like a single day In a nursing home, an old man tells an old woman the story of two new lovers: Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) are young and in love, but Allie’s parents do not agree with the relationship and separate the two. After years of waiting in vain for a letter from Noah, Allie decides to accept Lon’s marriage proposal. But before the wedding, she goes again to search for Noah to find out if he is well. It quickly becomes clear that both have never forgotten their first love. (OT: The Notebook, 2004) P.S. I love you Holly (Hilary Swank) and Gerry (Gerald Butler) are happy, they want to grow old together. But it turns out differently: Gerry dies and leaves the 29-year-old as a grieving widow back. Desperately, she encapsulates more and more, only when one day receives a letter written by Gerry, she finds new courage. 12 letters with small tasks, which Gerry wrote and planned before his death, help Holly find the way back to life. (OT: P.S. I Love You, 2007) Pretty Woman As the call girl Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) goes into the room one night with the handsome businessman Edward Lewis (Richard Gere), this is the beginning of a beautiful love story. After an evening of champagne and fun, Edward Vivian books directly for a whole week. An offer that Vivian can not refuse and Edward a decision with unexpected consequences … (OT: Pretty Woman, 1990) The fabulous world of Amelie Amélie (Audrey Tautou) is a very special girl: naive, innocent and with their very own sense of justice , In her attempt to help people around her, she discovers the love by the way. (OT: Le fabuleux destin d ‘Amélie Poulain, 2001) Life is beautiful In the Italian of the 1930s, the Jewish accountant Guido (Roberto Benigni) leads a carefree life. He gets married, gets a son and is happy. But family happiness comes to an end through the Nazis. Father and son are deported and Dora (Nicoletta Braschi) follows them to the concentration camp. To protect his son from the horrors of the camp, Guido keeps his wit and imagination, because his son should continue to believe that life is beautiful. (OT: La vita è bella, 1997) Do not forget me! When the relationship between Joel (Jim Carrey) and Clementine (Kate Winslet) ends, they decide to let themselves be erased from the other’s memories. However, just through the loss of memories they realize what they had together. (OT: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004) Harold and Maude At the heart of this extraordinary love story …


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