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Top 10 Romantic Movies

Valentine’s Day is a great time to cuddle up on the couch with your sweetheart and pop a romantic DVD into the player. But how do you choose the best of those love stories when there are so many out there? Here’s Kidzworld’s updated guide to the top 10 romantic movies for Valentine’s Day.

10. Titanic

Some loved it, some thought it was the longest and most torturous movie of all time. Still, no matter how you feel about cheesy lines like “I’m king of the world!” you have to admit Titanic is one romantic flick.

9. The Princess Bride

Everyone loves this fairy tale adventure! Princess Buttercup gets kidnapped and the handsome hero must save her. Good for old softies of all ages!

8. Never Been Kissed

Drew Barrymore plays a young woman who goes back to high school undercover. The twist is she finds herself confronted with all the same old problems she used to have as a teen, and falls in love to boot. Will she experience her very first kiss before the curtain draws?

7. The Parent Trap

We love this movie. While it may not strike you as a romance, the newer version of the film actually contains a pretty decent love story, as long-lost twin sisters meet at summer camp for the first time and decide to reunite their parents.

6. Splash

This is an oldie but a goodie starring Tom Hanks, a New Yorker who meets and falls in love with a real, live mermaid. Will she stay with her new beau or rejoin her fishy pals back in the sea?

5. Sweet Home Alabama

You know – where the skies are so blue. Reese Witherspoon plays a New York fashion designer who goes back to her small hometown to get her husband to sign the divorce papers when she decides she wants to remarry. Will she go through with a second wedding, or is she still hung up on her first?

4. A Walk to Remember

In this Nicholas Spark novel-turned-movie Mandy Moore plays a girl with leukemia whose life drastically changes when she meets a boy who is her exact opposite, and warns him not to fall in love with her.

3. Beauty and the Beast

Courtesy of Disney

Sure, it's a cartoon. We know it's not real. But it's hard not to get totally caught up in this romantic film by Disney, where the Beast gets his Beauty - and the Beauty gets her Prince.

2. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Don’t like going through an entire box of tissues in one sitting? Choose this film about a girl with a goal: to drive a guy she’s dating away in 10 days!

1. Step Up

Bad boy meets good girl. Amazing dancing scenes. Music. Love! What more do we have to say?!

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