The best romantic comedies deliver an irresistible double sucker punch of meet-cute moments (only Julia Roberts could make prostitution adorable) and aw-shucks sentiment (who doesn't cry at the end of 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'?).

Even better, they're perfect date-night material. We count down the 25 best rom-coms ever -- and believe it or not, Roberts, Renee Zellweger and Meg Ryan don't star in all of them.
Say Anything...
PG-131989
Based on 17 critics

A high-school senior (John Cusack) loves an England-bound honor student (Ione Skye). Read More

Muriel's Wedding
R1994
Based on 14 critics

An Australian social outcast (Toni Collette) gains validation. Read More

The Philadelphia Story
Not Yet Rated1940
In Theaters on December 26th, 1940

A snooty socialite fights with her ex-husband (Cary Grant) and flirts with a reporter. Read More

December 5, 2016
7:30pm
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Roxanne
PG1987
In Theaters on January 23rd, 2006

A long-nosed man (Steve Martin) woos a beautiful astronomer (Daryl Hannah). Read More

Pretty Woman
R1990
Based on 17 critics

A corporate raider (Richard Gere) hires a hooker (Julia Roberts) to act as a business escort. Read More

December 8, 2016
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There's Something About Mary
R1998
Based on 29 critics

A remarkable woman (Cameron Diaz) attracts assorted admirers (Matt Dillon, Ben Stiller). Read More

Jerry Maguire
R1996
Based on 28 critics

An attack of conscience changes an L.A. sports agent's (Tom Cruise) life. Read More

His Girl Friday
Not Yet Rated1940
In Theaters on January 18th, 1940

Editor (Cary Grant) tries to keep ace reporter (Rosalind Russell) from remarrying. Read More

My Best Friend's Wedding
PG-131997
Based on 23 critics

A woman (Julia Roberts) tries to ruin her friend's (Dermot Mulroney) marriage plans. Read More

Annie Hall
PG1977
In Theaters on April 20th, 1977

A New York comedian (Woody Allen) recalls his kooky lost love (Diane Keaton). Read More

Tootsie
PG1982
Based on 7 critics

Out-of-work actor Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) becomes soap-opera star Dorothy Michaels. Read More

Sixteen Candles
PG1984
Based on 11 critics

Girl (Molly Ringwald) turning 16 likes another girl's guy (Michael Schoeffling). Read More

January 17, 2017
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It Happened One Night
Not Yet Rated1934
In Theaters on February 23rd, 1934

A newsman (Clark Gable) rides a bus and shares a cabin with a tycoon's runaway daughter. Read More

The Wedding Singer
PG-131998
Based on 21 critics

An entertainer (Adam Sandler) and a waitress (Drew Barrymore) work at weddings. Read More

Harold and Maude
PG1971
In Theaters on December 20th, 1971

Gloomy rich kid (Bud Cort) meets 79-year-old lover of life (Ruth Gordon). Read More

Adam's Rib
Not Yet Rated1949
In Theaters on November 18th, 1949

Married lawyers (Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn) clash in and out of court. Read More

Some Like It Hot
Not Yet Rated1959
In Theaters on July 29th, 1959

Two guys (Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon) on the run pose as members of an all-girl band. Read More

Groundhog Day
PG1993
Based on 14 critics

February 2nd keeps repeating for a TV weatherman sent to watch the groundhog in Punxsutawney, Pa. Read More

February 24, 2017
7:30pm
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Four Weddings And A Funeral
R1994
Based on 19 critics

An English charmer (Hugh Grant) meets a lusty American (Andie MacDowell). Read More

The Shop Around the Corner
Not Yet Rated1940
In Theaters on January 12th, 1940

Bickering Budapest co-workers (Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart) fall in love as secret pen pals. Read More

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December 4, 2016
2:00pm
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Moonstruck
PG1987
Based on 17 critics

An Italian-American widow (Cher) loves her fiance's brother (Nicolas Cage). Read More

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