Although Valentine’s Day is now past, you wouldn’t want to miss the opportunity to watch a romantic movie with your bae, curled up in one blanket, and perhaps even recreate the best romantic scene ever. There are a plethora of romantic movies which can fuel your soul with love and faith.

From ‘Titanic’, ‘The Notebook’, ‘Crazy, Stupid Love’, ‘Eat Pray Love’, to ‘Bridget Jones’ Diary’, the list goes on and on. Here is the list containing some of the best romantic scenes ever to help you celebrate love with or without a partner and perhaps even recreate them.

13 Best romantic scenes ever

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Topping the list of the greatest love scenes is not a shocker for Titanic and those who have viewed it a million times. It is indeed difficult to choose which is the best one out of a plethora, however, as per the majority’s inclination, it would be when Rose and Jack stand on the prow of the ship, embracing each other.

This pose has been recreated by uncountable couples, making it a bit cliché. Be that as it may, the original scene in the movie is infinitely passionate and heart-wrenching especially when people know how the movie’s end will asunder the couple forever.  

Romeo + Juliet:

Yet another classic featuring Leonardo Di Caprio has been an inspiration for many couples out there. Perhaps the best scene in this movie was when Romeo meets Juliet through the glass of the fish tank and the ensuing playful conversation between them.

The reason why this scene has instigated the sparks to fly is yet unknown but perhaps it could be ascribed to the famous plotline of these lovers and their passion which led to their unfortunate end.

10 Things I Hate About You:

When you have the legend, Heath Ledger, in this movie, every scene strikes a high note in your heart. However, one of the best romantic scenes ever in this movie was when Heath Ledger breaks the security rules and starts singing ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You’ for his lover makes your heart melt and wishes if you could have someone who could sing that for you. Even the other way around works.

When Harry Met Sally:

The best part of this movie is the craziness and friendship between the two lovers which make you realize that lie is not supposed to be taken so seriously. The best romantic scene in this movie is when Harry perfectly yet imperfectly confesses his love for Sally and the crinkle above her nose.

Show this movie to your unromantic and stone-cold friends and see if they do not feel some sparks and stirring.

The Notebook:

The Notebook has a plethora of love scenes in the movie which causes butterflies to swarm in your stomach. The two best romantic scenes ever in the movie are when Noah and Allie are lying on the road, untangling their lives and slowly catching feelings for one another. The second is when Noah is trying to catch the attention of Allie, which is cutely romantic in its way.

Moulin Rouge:

When it comes to Moulin Rouge, the greatest love scene is when Christian wins the heart of Satine with a love song melody. This scene never fails to flutter the hearts of the people who are watching it.

Bridget Jones’ Diary:

This rom-com of a perfect single girl out there in the world smells a lot of craziness and love which could be sensed from far away. Be that as it may, the best romantic scene is when Mark Darcy comes back to Bridget because he had forgotten to kiss her goodbye.

Now, this might seem a bit exaggerated but have you ever thought that in this fast-paced materialistic world, people do be adorable and romantic like Mark?

Love Actually:

The plot of the movie and its morality have been put under a lot of question and suspicion. The female protagonist is a newly-wed who falls in love with her husband’s best friend. Be that as it may, the part where Mark confesses his love with the help of a poster board on a chilly night is surely romantic and makes one fancy about their imaginary partner, if they don’t already have one.

Breakfast At Tiffany’s:

Being the classic romantic it is, it brings those 60’s romantic vibes and nostalgia. The best romantic scene ever from ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ is when Holly Golightly and Paul Varjak sneak into a toy store and try the costumes of various animals and masks. Their laughter has something romantic and passionate in it, which echoes throughout the movie.


It is extremely difficult to understand why all the best romantic, passionate movies had to ever have a hapless end. Casablanca revolves around the lives of two star-crossed lovers Ilsa Lund and Rick Blaine played by Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart, who meet each other again in Casablanca.

However, fortune favored them a lot lately, it seems as Ilsa is already married to some other guy when they reunite.

The Princess Bride:

The story of ‘The Princess Bride’ is what everyone would wish to be theirs. Love, distance, and meeting each other make the movie romantic and passionate. However, the best romantic scene is when Buttercup realizes that her lover whom she believed to be dead is alive. This is the same person who is holding her in his arms.


‘Gentleman’ is a fairytale of a ‘knight-in-shining-armor’ coming to save the ‘damsel-in-distress. You will feel the romantic vibes in the scene when Richard Gere comes to the factory where Debra Winger is working and is carrying her into his arms.

Say Anything:

The scene where John Cusak is carrying the boombox over his shoulders to impress his lady love has not only become one of the best romantic scenes ever but it has also successfully become one of the popular iconic and classic scenes implying love and anguish.  

This is the list of movies, each having their best romantic scene ever. however, this is not the first one and certainly not the last one. You can choose whichever scene out of the movies is the romantic one and enjoy with your bae.