Sure! Here are some of my favorites:
- "Becoming Jane" - My number one recommendation! A great fictionalized biography about Jane Austen's young adulthood, with Anne Hathaway and a very hot James McAvoy. Very romantic, and this one made me cry.
- "Moulin Rouge" - This musical combines comedy, tragedy, romance, and even a few hallucinations, set to a soundtrack of pop culture's greatest hits. The Oscar-winning costumes and sets alone make it worth seeing. With Nicole Kidman and a very handsome Ewan McGregor.
- "Music and Lyrics" - A funny and sweet romantic comedy about a washed up '80s British pop star (Hugh Grant) who is trying to write a song for a young pop tart, but he's terrible at lyrics. The woman who comes to water his plants (Drew Barrymore) starts to help him out. It's a good romantic comedy with a great soundtrack.
- "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." This is a genuinely funny and romantic comedy. I think the funniest part is the culture clash! It's a must-see if you have any relatives from any "old country" in your life!
- "Pride and Prejudice" with Keira Knightley. Beautifully made adaptation of Jane Austen's novel.
- "Sense and Sensibility" from the mid-1990s. It's the one with Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, and Hugh Grant. Very good, Oscar-winning movie! Again, based on a Jane Austen novel.
- "The Wedding Singer." By far Adam Sandler's best film. It's about a wedding singer who is stood up for his big event and later falls for a waitress at one of the reception halls where he frequently works (Drew Barrymore). Hilarity ensues. A must-see for any fan of the '80s.
- "While You Were Sleeping." It's a very sweet romantic comedy about a woman who works in a Chicago el train booth and pines for one of the train riders. This is a great one for around Christmas. With Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman.