We all know that feeling when you need a good romantic comedy to read. The good news is that there are plenty of great rom-coms to choose from! In this article, we'll give you a list of some of our favourite movie-based book adaptations which will leave you feeling all the feels.
One of the earliest and most iconic rom-com, “The Philadelphia Story” follows socialite Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn) as she tries to navigate her upcoming wedding while also dealing with the attentions of two former suitors, journalist C.K. Dexter Haven (Cary Grant) and businessman George Kittredge (James Stewart). The film is funny, charming, and features one of the most iconic on-screen romances of all time.
One of the most popular rom-coms of all time, “When Harry Met Sally…” follows the unlikely friendship and eventual romance between two people who meet by chance and then keep running into each other over the years. The film features brilliant performances from its two leads, Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal, and contains one of the most iconic scenes in romantic comedy history.
Another Meg Ryan classic, “Sleepless in Seattle” follows widower Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) as he moves to Seattle with his son, Jonah (Ross Malinger). When Jonah calls into a radio show and tells the host that his dad is looking for love, Sam suddenly finds himself the object of attention from women all over the country. The film is funny, heartwarming, and features a classic love story.
One of the most popular rom-com of the 1990s, “Notting Hill” stars Hugh Grant as William Thacker, a down-on-his-luck bookstore owner who falls for famous actress Anna Scott (Julia Roberts). The film is filled with humour and charm and features one of the most iconic on-screen romances of all time.
5. “The Princess Diaries”
A modern classic, “The Princess Diaries” follows Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway), an ordinary teenage girl who discovers that she is heir to the throne of Genovia. The film is funny, sweet, and features a charming
With that, we come to an end to today's article! Thank you for reading and see you next week.