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Smith’s comedic chemistry with Kevin James is showcased when Hitch teaches Albert how to move it on the dance floor. You’ve Got Mail Year: 1998 Director: Nora Ephron The quintessential tech-based romantic comedy.

The story deals in a situation that is all too familiar in the relationship world—that of dealing with your romantic partner’s past romantic baggage.

However, to paraphrase Scott Pilgrim’s own words, this emotional baggage (i.e.

Our list ranges in date from 1934’s It Happened One Night to 2012’s Silver Linings Playbook, covering every decade in between.

We only included films where the romance was central to the plot and that we felt were truly funny—whether the dark comedy of Harold and Maude or the slapstick of The Princess Bride.

Roxanne is one of those smart comedies that seems to effortlessly balance complex, often serious themes of romantic attraction, self-esteem, intelligence and the art of conversation with hilarious pratfalls, physical comedy and sight gags.

Even iconic film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebertagreed on how wonderful this romantic comedy was, commenting on its effervescence and Martin’s ability to take the story of Cyrano de Bergerac and successfully make it his own.

Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, the drama follows Adèle’s (Adèle Exarchopoulos) self-discovery, which is helped by meeting and starting a relationship with the blue-haired Emma (Léa Seydoux).

Blake Edwards' classic based on the Truman Capote novel stars Audrey Hepburn as New York City socialite Holly Golightly who begins to fall for the new guy (George Peppard) who has moved into her apartment building. We highly recommend this as a double feature with ‘Under the Tuscan Sun.” Renée Zellweger playing a Brit determined to improve herself and hilariously running into roadblocks has many similarities to Lane’s character.

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.

Eddie (John Cusack) and Gwen (Catherine Zeta-Jones) are the latest "it" couple who have broken up, but having to promote their new movie they have to look like they still can tolerate each other. Based on the Ian Mc Ewan novel about how the acts of a 13-year-old girl affect the lives of those around her for decades to come, this powerful story is brought to life by great performances from Keira Knightley, James Mc Avoy, Benedict Cumberbatch, and a very young Saoirse Ronan.