Classic Hollywood Romantic Movies: Part 1
Yes, we list down 6 Classic Hollywood Romantic Movies that you must absolutely watch, if you haven’t already. We’re talking about timeless love stories – that whose dialogues are etched in your hearts forever. That with which your heart skips a beat and your world turns upside down, just by seeing the protagonists finally coming together in the end. That where at times the lovers remain divided, melting your heart and breaking it into a million pieces, like it’s your own little love story. That which will turn you into a hopeless romantic, if you aren’t one!
Starring: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, and Paul Henreid
A movie that will give a new meaning to your perception of love, this timeless love story is based during the time of World War 2. An American romantic drama that has to be in your top list of movies to watch, no words can do justice to the profoundness, dramatic engagement and extremely passionate love this movie has portrayed. A man torn between the choice of love and virtue, this movie will keep you captivated right till the end, and even after.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal
The gorgeous Audrey Hepburn, playing the role of Holly in this movie, reminds you of a modern-day free-spirited girl, with no inhibitions whatsoever. Commitment phobic she must be, her ambitious and young character will make you fall in love with her. Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a brilliant combination of drama, comedy and romance, packed to give you unforgettable moments to think of. And how can we forget the little black dress’ popularity that came into being courtesy Holly!
Starring: Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant
“I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her”, such is the effect of this movie – simple yet so full of conviction. When a mega movie star, famous for her flamboyance and larger than life living, meets a timid, shy travel bookstore owner, sparks are bound to fly all over the place. Simple romantic gestures that one often forgets are reminded from this love saga of two imperfect individuals, so perfect for each other.
Gone With The Wind
Starring: Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O’Neil, Vivien Leigh
A melodrama, a love saga, call it what you will, the storyline of Gone With The Wind will take over you with Scarlett’s fierce individuality and Rhett’s alluring magnetism. Set in the pre-civil war, the movie is a heart-melting tale of lovers who cannot truly be happy, but be happily true to their love.
Starring: Richard Gere, Julia Roberts
Pretty Woman is not your conventional love story, but an epic one nonetheless. Vivian Wards, a hooker in L.A. played by Julia Roberts, meets rich and successful Edward Lewis and an unexpected, adventurous love grows. A masterpiece in its own accord, Pretty Woman makes you believe that love can be found in the darkest of corners, if only the ray of hope remains.
Starring Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, Eddie Albert
Trust Hepburn to get her perky little self in movies you wouldn’t want to miss. A what’s-her-name actress disguised as a runaway princess Ann, visits Rome, of course only to find herself meeting the love of her life. Delightful and light, whimsical and witty, Roman Holiday is your go-to movie on a dull day. A classic romantic’s dream come true – Let’s run away to Rome and fall in love, shall we?