Your Favorite Romantic Comedy of All Time

Give me your Top 3 (or 5 or 10) romantic comedies. And … go!

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10 thoughts on “Your Favorite Romantic Comedy of All Time

  1. 1. The Goodbye Girl (1977 version with Richard Dreyfus)
    2. The Philadelphia Story
    3. When Harry Met Sally
    4. My Big Fat Greek Wedding
    5. You’ve Got Mail / Sleepless in Seattle

  2. 1. Harold and Maude (How could it NOT be number one?)
    2. City Lights (Last scene always gets me)
    3. When Harry Met Sally (You know how I feel about Meg Ryan, pre-catface)
    4. The Phildelphia Story (NOT Philadelphia. This is totally different.)
    5. Better Off Dead (“Lane Meyer, a car is not a toy!”)
    6. Amelie (I realize now that I should have put this at number 3 or 4, but I’m not re-ordering now.)
    7. Grosse Point Blank (because what’s a romantic comedy without gunplay?)
    8. 13 Going on 30 (I know, I know…but I can’t help it! Jennifer Garner dancing to “Thriller,” Mark Ruffalo. Added bonus: Billy Joel’s “Vienna”!

  3. 1. French Kiss
    2. Chunking Express
    3. Moonstruck
    4. Overboard
    4. Much Ado About Nothing (Kenneth B. version)
    5. Sixteen Candles
    6. Roman Holiday
    7. When Harry Met Sally

  4. Harold & Maude counts? Then, okay, harold & Maude! 2) My best friend’s wedding 3) when harry met sally 4) all about steve (the sandra bullock version)

  5. In no particular order…
    Benny & Joon
    Stranger Than Fiction
    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    10 Things I Hate About You

    Doing some kinda weird social experiment or totally judging us on our choices of chick flicks?

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