Our favorite romantic comedies


When it comes to the mating season, every year is different, depending on who you spend it with. While these special people may come and go, romantic comedies are still a constant. There’s nothing quite like grabbing your favorite blanket, some comfort food, and snuggling up to your favorite rom-com. If you need new options, we’ve got you covered. Here are our favorite romantic comedies:

Rich Asian Boobies (2018)

Aside from the romantic comedy genre, boobies rich asian is honestly one of my most favorite movies of all time. It’s the perfect blend of romance, comedy, sincerity, and even ideal fantasy. I mean, who wouldn’t appreciate, at least a little, that their partner is from an influential family? Despite the film’s rich and glamorous concept, it also touches on intimate love and the effects it can have on a person. As an Asian American myself, I also appreciate that this is an Asian love story, as the romantic comedy industry generally lacks diversity. Overall, nothing can beat this film’s heartwarming gestures and precise comic timing. -Mimi Calhoun

How to lose a guy in 10 days (2003)

I would be lying if I said that this film did not make me want to be a journalist. This is just one of many films released during the golden age of romantic comedies (2000-2008). Although there are many films with similar plots of young journalists in New York, I think this one is the best. The chemistry between Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey is unmatched. I’m not even a big fan of romantic comedies, but this will always be one of my comfort movies. -Caroline Kammerer

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

When Harry Met Sally is an age-old classic of the rom-com genre, and its incredible storyline has set a new standard for rom-coms, engaging viewers to wonder if a man and a woman could be friends without being physically attracted to each other. other. Co-stars Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan give hilarious and moving performances and share incredible chemistry in their relationships between friends and lovers. It has the ability to be watched over and over again and still manages to tug on every nerve with every viewing. Nothing can make me cry every time like the beautiful end scene of this movie. -Logan Humphrey

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

When this film came out, in my second year of high school, I was over the moon. I had read this book series before and thought it was the perfect adaptation for its Netflix debut. Peter Kavinsky is Noah Centineo at his best, and Jenny Han, the author of To all the boys I’ve loved before, did a great job of visualizing the perfect web of lies that lead its main characters to pose as a fake couple. Although corny at times, this film is humorous, witty and overall romantic, and it lets you believe in the fate and magic of opposites attracting! -Grace Koennecke

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

It’s a romantic comedy that perfectly avoids the cliché of high school romance. This film perfectly depicts the 90s in all its glory. It accurately evokes just the right amount of emotion towards the end to make you cry, but it’s playful enough to make you laugh. The movie is adorably nerdy and is great to watch with friends if you want a good story or a good laugh, without having to roll your eyes at the nerdy that seems to be in all popular rom-coms. -Sean Eifert

Adventureland (2009)

Adventureland is not only my favorite romantic comedy, but it’s also one of my favorite movies, period. It’s one of those projects where you can feel that everyone involved, in front of and behind the camera, was passionate about what they were doing. Every part feels authentic, especially the chemistry and connection that Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart have as a duo, both in their characters’ relationship and as actors. The rest of the cast is also fantastic, with Ryan Reynolds, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig all ahead of their big breaks. Even the smaller names among actors, like Martin Starr and Wendy Malick, are perfect in their roles. It’s an endlessly enjoyable rom-com with a killer cast, ’90s soundtrack, and chill vibes; it is a film of total comfort. Check it out. -Zach James

27 Dresses (2008)

As a frequent viewer of romantic comedies, it was difficult to choose just one. Corn, 27 dresses created my obsession with the genre. After watching this movie for the first time in eighth grade, I fell in love with the grand gestures and corny bonding between the characters. Katherine Heigl portrays the lead role of Jane in such a realistic way that you can’t help but put yourself in her shoes while watching. The overarching message of always being someone else’s shadow and never having time to shine created a movie I could watch a million times. -Anna Porten

Dear John (2010)

As someone who doesn’t like to rewatch most movies, Dear John is one of those romantic comedies that I could watch once a month. My experience when viewing this masterpiece always brings me into a whirlwind of laughter and tears. Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried play a young couple who fall deeply in love with each other quite quickly. However, life’s challenges test their relationship. This film and its corresponding novel by Nicholas Sparks is a classic romantic comedy that depicts a more realistic version of love. – Grace Brezine


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