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    Love, attachment, and affection have a deep impact on well-being, and from time to time, we need a dose of those heartwarming romance vibes. If you are looking for tremendously romantic movies, don’t go anywhere. We have compiled a list of the Top romantic movies on Amazon Prime Video. Here are the 20 best romantic comedies available to stream for free on Amazon Prime:

    1.) The Big sick

    Year: 2017
    Director: Michael Showalter
    Starring: Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 120 minutes

    It’s a romantic story loosely based on a true story in which Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani and phycology student Emily Gardner fall in love, but things become complicated due to cultural differences. The situation is exacerbated by Emily’s mysterious illness. “The Big Sick” has a bitter touch, but it is humorous, and dramatic as well. This all adds a fresh take on the style.

    2.) (500) days of summer

    Year: 2009
    Director: Marc Webb
    Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zooey Deschanel, Geoffrey Arend
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 35 minutes

    This crazy romantic comedy story revolves around Tom Hansen, a greeting card writer and a hopeless romantic, who falls for a woman, Summer Finn, who doesn’t believe real love exists. The story fluctuates when Tom is dumped by his girlfriend and discovers that he needs to adjust his thinking when it comes to romance. During their 500 days together, while trying to figure out where things went wrong, he finally encounters his true passion.

    3.) Words on bathroom walls

    Year: 2021
    Director:  Thor Freudenthal
    Starring:  Charlie Plummer, Taylor Russell, Andy Garcia
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 50 minutes

    Based on the thought “If you can’t trust your mind, trust your heart,” the story starts when a high school senior and aspiring chef, Adam is diagnosed with schizophrenia, trying to hide his illness. But his perspective changes when he meets and falls in love with his cheerful and breezy classmate, who influences him to open his heart.

    4.) Waitress

    Year: 2007
    Director: Adrienne Shelly
    Starring: Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Cheryl Hines
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 4s7 minutes

    It is the story of a beautiful, caring, and charming young waitress named Jenna who bears the offensive, controlling, and childish behavior of her husband. Her pregnancy eliminates any chance of escaping this horrible marriage. To complicate matters, she started to develop feelings for an exciting out-of-towner. It is one of those exceptional films that truly mirrors the way most of us live our lives.

    5.) Love actually

    Year: 2003
    Director: Richard Curtis
    Starring:  Bill Nighy, Gregor Fisher, Rory MacGregor
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 2 h 15 minutes

    An irresistible and heartwarming story reflecting the Complexities that arise in the love life of 8 very different couples which are connected by a common emotion Love. This story is all about Love’s Delightful twists and turns including love confessions, sadness, uncertainty, and emotional intimacy.

    6.) The handmaiden

    Year: 2016
    Director: PARK CHAN-Wook
    Starring: KIM MIN-hee, HA JUNG-woo, CHO JIN-woong
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 2 h 25 minutes

    A South Korean psychological mystery film set before World War II, in which a Korean girl, Sook-hee, is hired to serve as a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress, Lady Hideko, who is living in secret. But little does Hideko knows that her employee is secretly plotting with a conman to deceive her of a large inheritance.

    7.) Crazy Heart

    Year: 2009
    Director: Stanley Donen
    Starring: Jeff Bridges, Colin Farrell, Robert Duvall
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 1 h 51 minutes

    “Crazy Heart” is the story of a middle-aged, broken-down country musician, Bad Blake, who is living a miserable life in the shadows of a decline. After so many years of hazy days and boozy nights, Blake begins to turn his life around when he meets a kind journalist named Jean Craddock. A romantic relationship ignites, and their story begins.

    8.) Charade

    Year: 1963
    Director: Stanley Donen
    Starring: Aubrey Hepburn, Cary Grant
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 1 h 53 minutes

    “Charade” is a romantic film infused with mystique where A beautiful widow, Regina Lampert, is followed and frayed by three men who are linked with the mysterious death of her husband, Charles. She seeks help from a charming stranger, Peter Joshua, with whom she was having a romantic relationship before her husband’s death but he is entangled in the world of lies. Whom she can trust? You can decide after watching the movie.

    9.) Sylvie’s Love

    Year: 2020
    Director: Eugene Ashe
    Starring:  Tessa Thompson, Nnamdi Asomugha, Eva Longoria
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 56 minutes

    A story of intimate love starts when Silvia, who dreams of a television career, meets a Saxophonist named Robert at her father’s record store in Harlem. Their friendship instigates a deep passion in each of them that they never felt before. Their love rekindles a sweeping romance that surpasses professional courtesy, time, and culture, and they discover that their feelings for each other never left.

    10.) Who you think I am

    Year: 2021
    Director: Safy Nebbou

    Starring: Juliette Binoche, François Civil, Nicole Garcia
    Rating: 16+
    Runtime: 1 h 41 minutes

    A middle-aged, divorced professor, Claire, creates a fake Facebook profile of a 24-year-old girl to spy on Jo, her infrequent lover. But Jo accepts the requests of only those people who are familiar to him. When his attractive best friend Chris befriends her fictional character “Clara,” unconsidered conformity quickly turns into intense intimacy and wild obsession.

    11.) Sleepless In Seattle

    Year: 1993
    Director: Nora Ephron
    Starring: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Bill Pullman
    Rating: PG
    Runtime: 105 minutes

    A widower San Baldwin, settle in Seattle with his son, Jonas after the death of his wife. Jonas tries to convince his father to get a Companion for him. In this journey, they encounter a reporter, Annie Reed in a talk radio program who falls for San and through the letter, invites him to meet her at the Empire State building On valentine’s day.

    12.) under the Tuscan Sun

    Year: 2021
    Director:  Audrey Wells
    Starring:  Diane Lane, Sandra Oh, Lindsay Duncan
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 52 minutes

    This beautiful romantic story revolves around, a 35 years old, Writer, Frances Mayes who recently gets divorced and fall into a deep depression that affects her writing profession as well. Trying to bring her out of desolation, Patti, her best friend motivates Frances to travel to Italy. During her trip, Frances decides to buy a charming Villa to change her destiny. This act breaks her out of her shell and she struggles to start her new life with a charming Italian man.

    13.) The map of tiny perfect things

    Year: 2021
    Director: Ian Samuels
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 1 h 39 minutes

    A mentally keen teenager Mark is satisfied in living the same day in an endless loop. Suddenly his life evolves with the arrival of a mysterious girl, Margret who is also stuck in the time loop. The two, in a romantic partnership, struggles to find all tiny things that make one day perfect. While figuring out how to escape their never-ending day, a beautiful love story with fantastical twists arises.

    14.) Brittany runs a marathon

    Year: 2019
    Director:  Paul Downs Collazo
    Starring:  Jillian Bell, Michaela Watkins, Utkarsh Ambudkar
    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 1 h 43 minutes

    The story starts when Britany Forgler, a Hilarious, Benevolent, Overweight Woman, gets some shocking news about her health from the doctor. Brittany decides to lose weight but can’t afford a gym membership. To bring positive changes in her life she sets an unbelievable goal: the New York City Marathon.

    15.) Somethings Gotta give

    Year: 2003
    Director: Nancy Meyers
    Starring: Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Vanna Bonta, Keanu Reeves
    Rating: PG-13
    Runtime: 2 h 8 minutes

    A romantic story with a humorous touch where A 60 year’s old, gallant man Harry Sanborn, only dates women younger than him. But his romantic preferences change when he meets 50 years old Successful Woman Erika Barry, who is the mother of his new young girlfriend, Marin. Erica tries to ignore him but some inescapable events force them to share a roof.

    16.) Life Itself

    Year: 2018

    Director: Dan Fogelman

    Starring: Oscar Issac, Olivia Wilde, Mandy Patinkin

    Rating: NR

    Runtime: 1 h 57 min

    Packed with trauma and tragedy, it’s a romantic story of a Young couple, Abby (Olivia Wilde), who left an orphan at age 7, and Will (Oscar Issac). Story goes forward from their college romance to marriage and having their first baby. Abby gets hit by a bus and dies but the baby girl, Dylan (Olivia Cooke), lives. Will couldn’t overcome his grief and attempted suicide.  Dylan seems to have a dark cloud following her throughout childhood. The film also comprises events that affect another family’s life across the ocean.

    17.) What if

    Year: 2014

    Director: Michael Dowse

    Starring: Daniel Redcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Megan, Megan Park, Adam Driver

    Rating: PG-13

    Runtime: 1 h 42 min

    An undeniable cute love story with youthful romanticism where a college dropout and loveless boy Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) and an Animator girl Chanty (Zoe Kazan) meet and became close friends. Wallace tries to hide his love emotions for Chanty as she’s already in a long-time relationship with Ben (Rafe Spall), her boyfriend. The story is all about exploring whether a best friend can also be the love of Your Life.

    18.) I will see you in my dreams

    Year: 2015

    Director: Brett Haley

    Starring: Blythe Danner, Martin Starr, Sam Elliot, Malin Akerman, June Squibb, Rhea Perlman

    Rating: PG-13

    Runtime: 1 h36 minutes

     A widow and former Singer Carol Peterson(Blythe Danner) trying to overcome loneliness with the help of her best friends(June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, Mary Kay Place), She establishes an unlikely friendship with her pool maintenance man Lloyd(Martin Starr), pursuing new love interest with Bill (Sam Elliott), a retired person, and reconnecting her daughter Katherine (Malin Akerman). Including heart-touching moments of sadness, also have so many laughs with the comedian cast.

    19.) Finding You

    Year: 2021

    Director: Brian Bough

    Starring: Rose Reid, Jeddiah Goodacre, Katherine McNamara

    Rating: PG

    Runtime: 1 h 59 min

    After a doomed audition at New York music conservatory, a Violinist Finley Sinclair(Rose Reid), travels abroad to begin her semester study where she encounters Beckett Rush (Jedidiah Goodacre), a famous Young Movie Star, in an Irish Coastal village. An unconsidered Intimacy evolves between them and Beckett enkindles a journey of discovery for Finley to find her true passion.

    20.) The family stone

    Year: 2005

    Director: Thomas Bezucha

    Starring: Claire Danes, Diane Keaton, Rachel McAdams

    Rating: PG-13

    Runtime: 1 h 43 min

    Everett Stone (Dermot Mulroney) invites his girlfriend Meredith Morton (Sarah Jessica Parker), an uptight and conservative businesswoman, to meet his family at the Christmas celebrations. A Personality clash evolves there which makes Everett doubt his intentions.

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