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10 Things I Hate About You Year: 1999 Director: Gil Junger Inspired by William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, the 1999 teen comedy places Katherina and Perturchio into modern times as feminist Kat and bad boy Patrick, the breakout roles for Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger.
Notting Hill Year: 1999 Director: Roger Michell Like most good romantic comedies, everything about Notting Hill is an absolute dream: Oh, you’re a world-famous American actress, wealthy and beloved by millions? And you’re staying in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in London (one of the most beautiful cities in the world)? Lars and the Real Girl Year: 2007 Director: Craig Gillespie Lars and the Real Girl’s premise should have been cringe-worthy: Ryan Goslingdates a life-size sex doll, and the entire town goes to great lengths to protect the fairy tale.
But Nancy Oliver’s Oscar-nominated script is so gentle, and so melancholic, that it becomes a quietly powerful story of a stunted man who finally comes of age.
As heighted as Scott Pilgrim may seem at times, however, its undertones are all too relatable.—Mark Rozeman 49.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall Year: 2008 Director: Nicholas Stoller Following one of the standard romantic comedy tropes, a man (in this case played by Jason Segel) is tempted to chase the wrong girl (Kristen Bell), ignoring the soulmate (Mila Kunis) right in front him.
The film is a charming, modern take on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma, and with performances by a youthful Paul Ruddand Brittany Murphy, it’s anything but an airhead. Alex “Hitch” Hitchens is a professional dating consultant with an expertise in teaching nerdy men how to woo women.With the perfect amount of ‘90s nonsense, the film ends with Letter to Cleo performing Cheap Trick’s “I Want You to Want Me” atop the roof of Padua High School.—Stephanie Sharp 43.The Lady Eve Year: 1941 Director: Preston Sturges One of director Preston Sturges’ defining films The Lady Eve centers on a beautiful con woman (Barbara Stanwyck) determined to catch the affections (read: the inheritance) of a naive rich boy (Henry Fonda) just recently arrived from a year-long excursion to the Amazon.And come on, it is kind of adorable to see Hanks and Ryan get so excited over AOL Mail.—Anita George 45.Roxanne Year: 1987 Director: Fred Schepisi“Because I was afraid of worms, Roxanne! ” Steve Martin’s late ‘80s rom-com isn’t just his take on Edmond Rostand’s play Cyrano de Bergerac , it’s also a funny depiction of what would happen if everyone conducted their romantic lives as if they were giant games of Telephone.
Date night doesn’t need to mean a formulaic chick-flick that’s going to have one-half of the couple squirming and checking baseball updates on his phone.