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The American Film Institute chose Casablanca as its top U.S. screen romance movie in a list recently. The film institute
began issuing annual lists on different movie themes in 1998. The love story list was chosen by about 1,800 directors, actors,
studio executives, critics and others in Hollywood, who voted from a field of 400 nominated films.
- Casablanca - 1942 - Humphrey Bogart
- Gone With the Wind - 1939 - Clark Gable
- West Side Story - 1961 - Natalie Wood
- Roman Holiday - 1953 - Gregory Peck
- An Affair to Remember - 1957 - Cary Grant
- The Way We Were - 1973 - Barbra Streisand
- Doctor Zhivago - 1965 - Omar Sharif
- It's a Wonderful Life - 1946 - James Stewart
- Love Story - 1970 - Ali MacGraw
- City Lights - 1931 - Charles Chaplin
- Annie Hall - 1977 - Woody Allen
- My Fair Lady - 1964 - Audrey Hepburn
- Out of Africa - 1985 - Meryl Streep
- The African Queen - 1951 - Humphrey Bogart
- Wuthering Heights - 1939 - Merle Oberon
- Singin' in the Rain - 1952 - Gene Kelly
- Moonstruck - 1987 - Cher
- Vertigo - 1958 - James Stewart
- Ghost - 1990 - Patrick Swayze
- From Here to Eternity - 1953 - Burt Lancaster
- Pretty Woman - 1990 - Richard Gere
- On Golden Pond - 1981 - Katharine Hepburn
- Now, Voyager - 1942 - Bette Davis
- King Kong - 1933 - Fay Wray
- When Harry Met Sally - 1989 - Billy Crystal
- The Lady Eve - 1941 - Barbara Stanwyck
- The Sound of Music - 1965 - Julie Andrews
- The Shop Around the Corner - 1940 - James Stewart
- An Officer and a Gentleman - 1982 - Richard Gere
- Swing Time - 1936 - Fred Astaire
- The King and I - 1956 - Deborah Kerr
- Dark Victory - 1939 - Bette Davis
- Camille - 1937 - Greta Garbo
- Beauty and the Beast - 1991 - Paige O'Hara
- Gigi - 1958 - Leslie Caron
- Random Harvest - 1942 - Ronald Colman
- Titanic - 1997 - Leonardo DiCaprio
- It Happened One Night - 1934 - Clark Gable
- An American in Paris - 1951 - Gene Kelly
- Ninotchka - 1939 - Greta Garbo
- Funny Girl - 1968 - Barbra Streisand
- Anna Karenina - 1935 - Vivien Leigh
- A Star is Born - 1954 - Judy Garland
- The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - Cary Grant
- Sleepless in Seattle - 1993 - Tom Hanks
- To Catch a Thief - 1955 - Cary Grant
- Splendor in the Grass - 1961 - Natalie Wood
- Last Tango in Paris - 1972 - Marlon Brando
- The Postman Always Rings Twice - 1946 - Lana Turner
- Shakespeare in Love - 1998 - Gwyneth Paltrow
- Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Katharine Hepburn
- The Graduate - 1967 - Anne Bancroft
- A Place in the Sun - 1951 - Montgomery Clift
- Sabrina - 1954 - Humphrey Bogart
- Reds - 1981 - Warren Beatty
- The English Patient - 1996 - Ralph Fiennes
- Two for the Road - 1967 - Audrey Hepburn
- Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - 1967 - Spencer Tracy
- Picnic - 1955 - William Holden
- To Have and Have Not - 1944 - Humphrey Bogart
- Breakfast at Tiffany's - 1961 - Audrey Hepburn
- The Apartment - 1960 - Jack Lemmon
- Sunrise - 1927 - George O'Brien (No longer available)
- Marty - 1955 - Ernest Borgnine
- Bonnie and Clyde - 1967 - Warren Beatty
- Manhattan - 1979 - Woody Allen
- A Streetcar Named Desire - 1951 - Vivien Leigh
- What's Up Doc? - 1972 - Barbra Streisand
- Harold and Maude - 1971 - Ruth Gordon
- Sense and Sensibility - 1995 - Emma Thompson
- Way Down East - 1920 - Lillian Gish
- Roxanne - 1987 - Steve Martin
- The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - 1947 - Gene Tierney
- Woman of the Year - 1942 - Spencer Tracy
- The American President - 1995 - Michael Douglas
- Quiet Man - 1952 - John Wayne
- The Awful Truth - 1937 - Irene Dunne
- Coming Home - 1978 - Jane Fonda
- Jezebel - 1939 - Bette Davis
- The Sheik - 1921 - Rudolph Valentino
- The Goodbye Girl - 1977 - Richard Dreyfuss
- Witness - 1985 - Harrison Ford
- Morocco - 1930 - Gary Cooper
- Double Indemnity - 1944 - Fred MacMurray
- Love is a Many Splendored Thing - 1955 - William Holden
- Notorious - 1946 - Cary Grant
- The Unbearable Lightness of Being - 1988 - Daniel Day-Lewis
- The Princess Bride - 1987 - Cary Elwes
- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - 1966 - Elizabeth Taylor
- The Bridges of Madison County - 1995 - Clint Eastwood
- Working Girl - 1988 - Harrison Ford
- Porgy and Bess - 1959 - Sidney Potier
- Dirty Dancing - 1987 - Jennifer Grey
- Body Heat - 1981 - William Hurt
- The Lady and the Tramp - 1955 - Peggy Lee
- Barefoot in the Park - 1967 - Robert Redford
- Grease - 1978 - John Travolta
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 1939 - Charles Laughton
- Pillow Talk - 1959 - Rock Hudson
- Jerry Maquire - 1996 - Tom Cruise
We Americans love our movies. After all, few places in the world are as important to movie production as Hollywood. But that doesn't mean
we're indiscriminate when it comes to movies. If you have children, you don't want to take them to an inappropriate movie.
Besides, it is expensive to go to the movies. Tickets alone can be $8 or more. So we don't want to waste our time and money on a bad movie.
How do you decide if you'll see a movie? You may rely on the advice of friends. Or maybe you follow movie reviews.
But Larry James has a better way for you to find out about all kinds of movies:
Rotten Tomatoes. The site gathers movie reviews from a number of sources.
So, it is a quick way to get multiple opinions.
The reviews are tallied, so you can see what the average review is. Tired of listening to the experts? Then read the user reviews!
You can also read interviews and catch up on movie news.
(A special thanks to
Kim Komando for this tip!)
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