Released in 2001 but still playing in Moscow theaters today, the movie stars Audrey Tautou as Amelie, a single waitress who helps other lonely people fix their lives. Gradually she realizes her own life needs fixing. Charming and romantic.
Sleepless in Seattle
This 1993 flick is already a classic with fans of the Tom Hanks-Meg Ryan romantic comedy genre. A lonely widower meets a woman from New York in this fairytale romance.
Shakespeare in Love
Gwyneth Paltrow stars with Joseph Fiennes and Ben Affleck in this 1998 romantic flick about the real William Shakespeare and his muse.
Talk To Her
Pedro Almodovar has earned himself a best director Oscar nomination this year for his 2002 story about unconditional love and unresponsive partners.
The English Patient
If you like your romance to have a sob-inducing ending, then this beautifully shot 1996 epic film is for you. Starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Ralph Fiennes as doomed lovers in the Egyptian desert.
Japanese director Takeshi Kitanos 2003 love story about a man who leaves his girlfriend to marry up, and then runs off with her after her mental breakdown. Masterfully filmed and thought-provoking.
Baz Luhrmanns pop-inspired 2001 musical, set in 1890s Paris, sees sparks fly between co-stars Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman. Great singing, too.
Boy meets girl, and boy loses girl in this 1997 romance starring Larenz Tate and Nia Long. Here, the emotions, poetry and dialogue are real, and you never quite know how its all going to turn out.
This movie centers on a love story between Rob (John Cusack) and Laura (Iben Hjejle), whose breakup is painful yet witty and interesting. Plus, a surprise ending.
You cant have a list of 90s romances without Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. In this 1999 movie, he plays a lowly bookshop owner, while she is his on-off movie star lover.