Top 10 Romantic Drama Movies Of All Time



Holly Kennedy is attractive, intelligent,romantic and married to Gerry, an ardent, humorous, and impulsive Irishman who is the love of her life. As a result, Holly too perishes when a disease claims Gerry’s life. The person who is no longer present is the only one who can assist her. Gerry is the only one who truly knows Holly.

So it’s fortunate he thought ahead. Gerry left Holly a number of letters before he passed away, which will help her not only get through her grief but also find who she is. On her 30th birthday, Holly receives the first message in the shape of a cake and, much to her dismay, a recorded message from Gerry, telling her to leave and “enjoy yourself.”

More letters from Gerry are sent to her in the weeks and months that follow, each of which takes her on a different romantic and ends with the same P.S. I Love You. Holly’s mother and closest friends start to worry that Gerry’s letters are keeping Holly bound to the past, but each letter is actually helping Holly move closer to a new future. In a tale about marriage, Holly sets out on a journey of rediscovery, using Gerry’s words as her map.

  • Brief Nudity (Sexual References) PG-13
  • Genre: Romance
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Richard LaGravenese is the director.
  • The producers are Wendy Finerman, Broderick Johnson, Andrew A. Kosove, and Molly Smith.
  • Steven Rogers and Richard LaGravenese
  • on December 21, 2007, in theatres
  • May 6, 2008 is the day of release (streaming).
  • $53.7 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 2 hours and 6 minutes in length
  • Warner Bros., the distributor,
  • Dolby SRD, DTS, and SDDS sound mixes.
  • A Flat Aspect Ratio (1.85:1)


The focal point of “The Wedding Date” is Kat Ellis (Messing), who visits her parents’ London home once more for her sister’s wedding with romantic. She employs a top-notch male escort (Mulroney) to act as her new partner since she is afraid of confronting her ex-fiance, who dumped her two years earlier.

  • PG-13 (content/dialogue contains sexual content).
  • Comedy and romance
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Clare Kilner helms the film.
  • Jessica Bendinger, Paul Brooks, Michelle Chydzik, and Nathalie Marciano are the producers.
  • Dana Fox is the author.
  • The film will be released in theatres on February 4, 2005.
  • (Streaming) Release Date: August 16, 2005
  • $31.6 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 28 minutes.
  • Universal Pictures is the distributor.
  • Dolby SRD, DTS, SDDS, and surround sound
  • A Flat Aspect Ratio (1.85:1)


On the evening of their graduation from college, Emma and Dexter cross paths. On the anniversary of that day, July 15, we see them every year. Although Emma is intelligent,romantic she struggles to find success; in contrast, Dexter has little trouble finding both success and women. As their lives change over time and they meet new people, they drift further apart. Emma and Dexter discover that they are meant to be together as they grow apart from those other people and their lives once more diverge.

The film is rated PG-13 (some language, some sexual content, some violence, and some drug abuse).

  • Genre: Romance
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Lone Scherfig, director
  • Nina Jacobson is the creator.
  • David Nicholls wrote this.
  • The Theatrical Release Date: August 19, 2011
  • The release date is November 29, 2011.
  • $13.8 million in box office revenue (in the United States)
  • one hour and forty-eight minutes
  • Focus Features is the distributor.


Sarah Nolan (Diane Lane), a preschool teacher, has been divorced for eight months, yet she is still mourning the loss of her marriage. If her ex-husband, Kevin, hadn’t ended it by leaving her for a younger woman, even though she didn’t think it was perfect, she probably would have stuck it out as what she considered the “for better romantic or worse” requirement of the wedding vows. She has been hesitant to enter back into the dating environment because she doesn’t feel ready, but her overly supportive family, which consists of her several siblings, their spouses, and her father, who is widowed, is pressuring her to do so.

Beyond her female siblings, Sarah is given unique perspectives on the topic of dating and commitment by her father, Bill (Christopher Plummer), who is considering dating after losing Sarah’s mother, Dolly (Stockard Channing), one of his online conquests, and Sarah’s gay teaching colleague, Leo (Brad William Henke), whom she perceives as being in the most committed loving relationship with his partner. Sarah believes she has connections with two of the men she meets, even though they are both awkward and romantic.

One example is Bob Connor (Dermot Mulroney), the divorced father of one of her students, whom she is reluctant to date since it would breach the divide between their personal and professional lives. The second is Jake Anderson (John Cusack), a bespoke wooden boat maker, who was persuaded to attempt online dating by his best buddy and divorce lawyer, Charlie (Ben Shenkman), who only wants Jake for some action despite Jake’s desire for his love life to resemble Lara and Yuri in Doctor Zhivago (1965).

Much of what transpires between Sarah and the two men depends on where they are in their post-divorce dating lives, but it also depends on how much of a chance Sarah is willing to take on romantic of each. This could lead to her and the respective man simply not clicking at a given point in time, or it could lead to her making the wrong decision in the process based on what she perceives to be the prospects.

  • PG-13 (For Sexual Content)
  • Comedy and romance
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Gary David Goldberg is the filmmaker.
  • Gary David Goldberg, Jennifer Todd, and Suzanne Todd produced the film.
  • Clairre Cook and Gary David Goldberg
  • In theatres on July 29, 2005.
  • Date of Publication: December 20, 2005
  • $43.9 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 38 minutes in length.
  • Warner Bros. Pictures is the distributor.
  • Dolby SRD, DTS, SDDS, and surround sound
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


Adaline Bowman has led a reclusive life, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might learn her secret, having miraculously remained 29 years old for almost eight decades. However, a serendipitous meeting with affable philanthropist Ellis Jones rekindled her enthusiasm for life and love. Adaline takes a choice that will alter her life forever when a weekend with his parents poses a threat to reveal the truth and romantic.

  • PG-13 (Suggested Comment)
  • Romance, drama, and fantasy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Lee Toland Krieger is the director.
  • Sidney Kimmel, Tom Rosenberg, and Gary Lucchesi are the producers.
  • J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz, authors.
  • The film will be released in theatres on April 24, 2015.
  • The release date is September 8, 2015.
  • $42.6 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 53 minutes
  • Lionsgate Films, the distributor


Zoe has always had trouble letting people into her life; once they get too close, she tends to push them away. She now wants a child but is single, so she decides to undergo artificial insemination. She meets Stan soon after the treatment and instantly develops a connection and become romantic. She anticipates him walking away when she informs him she is pregnant, yet he stays.

  • Rating: PG-13 (Sexual references, language, and some crude content).
  • Romance and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Alan Poul is the director.
  • Producers: Steve Tisch, Jason Blumenthal, and Todd Black.
  • Kate Angelo wrote this.
  • In theatres on April 23, 2010.
  • (Streaming) Release Date: August 17, 2010
  • $37.5 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 44 minutes
  • CBS Films, the distributor,
  • SDDS, Dolby Digital, and DTS sound mixes


A practical joke on a person in North Carolina, specifically in Beaufort, goes bad and lands the student in the clinic. Carter, a well-known kid with no future ambitions, is held accountable and made to participate in after-school community service activities, which includes playing the lead in the play romantic. Jamie Sullivan, the reverend’s daughter, who has high aspirations and nothing in common with Landon, is also taking part in these activities.

Landon approaches Jamie for assistance and starts to spend most of his time with her when he decides he wants to take his activities seriously. He didn’t expect to like her, but he soon finds himself liking her. They started dating, much to the dismay of Jamie’s strict preacher father and Landon’s old, popular pals. But Landon and Jamie only understand the true meaning of romantic,love and fate when a heartbreaking truth comes to light and puts their relationship to the test.

  • PG-13 (some sexual content, language, and thematic elements).
  • dramatic and romantic
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Adam Shankman is the filmmaker.
  • Producers: Hunt Lowry and Denise Di Novi
  • Karen Janszen wrote this.
  • The film was released in theatres on January 25, 2002.
  • (Streaming) Release Date: July 9, 2002
  • $41.2 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 41 minutes
  • Warner Bros. Pictures is the distributor.
  • In the sound mix, Dolby Stereo, Surround, SDDS, Dolby A, and Dolby Digital are included.
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


Caleb and Catherine Holt, who live in Albany, Georgia, decide to divorce since their marriage is in trouble. Caleb’s father suggests they postpone their separation for 40 days and use a method called “The Love Dare” to rekindle their romantic.

  • Thematic Material: Some Peril; PG
  • Original Language: English Genre: Dramatic
  • Alex Kendrick, director
  • The authors are Alex and Stephen Kendrick.
  • The Theatrical Release Date: September 26, 2008
  • 27th of January, 2009
  • $33.5 million in domestic box office revenue
  • Two hours and two minutes in length
  • Samuel Goldwyn Company is the distributor.


John Clark, a Chicago estate lawyer, is in his forties. He adores his family, which includes his wife Beverly, but he doesn’t feel fulfilled because of their demanding schedules together or because he and Beverly have become stuck in a rut after 20 years of marriage. Every night as he rides the el train home, he sees the same young, attractive, and solemn woman gazing out of one of the windows of Miss Mitzi’s Dance Studio, a ballroom studio that specialises in He decides to see her one evening on his way home since he is attracted to her beauty and misery. He discovers that she is Paulina, one of the instructors and a former ballroom dancer of international renown.

He enrols in basic group dance lessons as a result of her, despite the fact that Miss Mitzi, and not Paulina, is teaching them. As time goes on, John becomes entangled in the lives of those who attend Miss Mitzi’s, including his two fellow classmates, Vern, who is overweight and wants to learn to dance for his upcoming wedding, and Chic, who wants to impress the ladies, as well as two of the studio’s competitive amateurs, opinionated and brash Bobbie, who is looking for a dance partner with romantic way, and one person who surprises John and simply wants to be able to reveal his true colours to the world while hiding behind

The stated realisation of what John was seeking when he first saw Paulina in the window occurs as Paulina gradually lets herself be involved in their lives as well, despite her vowing not to socialise with the students. Similar to Paulina, every member at the dance studio is looking for the proper person to fill their own niche in life. Given the circumstances, Beverly suspects John of having an affair and romantic; therefore, John might not achieve the happy ending he desires.

  • PG-13 (Brief Language, Some Sexual References)
  • Romance and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Peter Chelsom is the filmmaker.
  • Producers: Simon Fields and Jessica Berman
  • Audrey Wells and Masayuko Suo are the authors.
  • In theatres on October 15, 2004.
  • The film was released on February 1, 2005.
  • $57.9 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 46 minutes
  • Miramax Films, the distributor,
  • Dolby SRD, DTS, SDDS, and surround sound
  • (1.37:1) Aspect Ratio


While looking for gloves in New York, Sara Thomas and Jonathan Trager met. The magic was in place, and a night of Christmas shopping was transformed into romantic, even though they were buying for their separate spouses. Sara wasn’t convinced their love was meant to be, and Jon wanted to explore things more. They made the decision to separate in order to see if fate would bring them back together. Both are engaged to be married many years after losing each other that evening. Yet neither can escape the need to give fate one final opportunity to bring them romantic together.

In order to find the lady he can’t forget, Jon enlists the assistance of his best man, starting at the shop where they first met.Before the wedding, Sara requests a break from her fiancĂ©, a new age singer, and, with her closest friend at her side, they fly from California to New York in the hopes that destiny will bring them back romantic together. The two come close to meeting several times due to near-misses and typical Shakespearean uncertainty, but fate will ultimately decide whether it was meant to be.

  • PG-13 (Sexual Behavior Scene; Strict Language)
  • Romance and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Peter Chelsom is the filmmaker.
  • Robert L. Levy, Simon Fields, and Peter Abrams are the producers.
  • Marc Klein, an author
  • Date of release: October 5, 2001
  • Release Date: April 9, 2002 (Streaming).
  • Box office revenue of $50.2 million (US)
  • 1 hour & 30 minutes.
  • Miramax Films, the distributor,
  • Dolby Digital, Dolby A, Dolby SR, Surround, and Dolby Stereo
  • Aspect Ratio (1.85:1)

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