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Love is always so much better in movies. The sex scenes are never awkward, the perfect Coldplay song is always playing, and everything always works out in the end. Best of all, the love story in cinema never involves awkward conversations or misintrepreted text messages -- from "Jerry Maguire's" famous "You had me at 'hello,'" to Casbalanca's iconic "We'll always have Paris," the romantic lines in movies are always spot on.
In honor of Valentine's Day, we've compiled fourteen of the best romantic lines from movies. Click through below and let us know your favorites in the comments.
"You Complete Me" And "You Had Me At Hello" - "Jerry Maguire"
These iconic lines were a team effort from Tom Cruise and Renée Zellweger in "Jerry Maguire." After a quick marriage, and rocky relationship, and professional troubles, Jerry (Cruise), returns to Dorothy's (Zellweger) house to win her back. After beginning his speech with "hello," he tells her, "You complete me." Dorothy then makes hearts melt by simply responding "You had me at 'hello.'"
"Love Means Never Having To Say You're Sorry" - "Love Story"
The classic 1970 romance "Love Story" gave audiences Ali MacGraw, Ryan O'Neal, and one of the best pieces of wisdom about love. "Love means never having to say you're sorry" is used twice in the film, including as the last line.
"I'll Never Let Go, Jack" - "Titanic"
After falling in love aboard the Titanic, Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) are tossed overboard when the ship crashes. Rose floats on a panel of wood as Jack treads water, and promises him, "I'll never let go, Jack." (SPOILER: she does.)
"If You're A Bird, I'm A Bird" - "The Notebook"
"The Notebook" tells the unlikely love story of Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams). In one of the most memorable scenes, the duo is on the beach and Allie is playing in the waves. She demands that Noah recognize that she is a bird like the gulls flying by, before asking that Noah say he is a bird as well. He responds, "If you're a bird, I'm a bird."
"When You Realize You Want To Spend The Rest Of Your Life With Somebody, You Want The Rest Of Your Life To Start As Soon As Possible" - "When Harry Met Sally"
In Nora Ephron's celebrated rom-com, "When Harry Met Sally," Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) test the limits of whether men and women can be just friends. After loving and hating one another, the pair finally reunites towards the end of the movie and Harry proclaims to Sally, "I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible."
"I'm Also Just A Girl, Standing In Front Of A Boy, Asking Him To Love Her" - "Notting Hill"
Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant team up for 1999's "Notting Hill. Roberts plays movie star Anna, who falls in love with a simple Englishman Will (Grant). He becomes intimidated by the level of her fame, to which she responds, "I'm also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."
"We'll Always Have Paris" - "Casablanca"
Perhaps the most celebrated romantic film, "Casablanca" stars Humphrey Bogart as Rick and Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa. When they are forced to leave one another, Rick tells Ilsa to focus on the time that they fell in love, telling her "We'll always have Paris."
"To Me You Are Perfect" - "Love Actually"
One of the many story lines featured in "Love Actually" is the love triangle between Juliet (Keira Knightley), her husband Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor), and his friend Mark (Andrew Lincoln). After appearing standoffish to Juliet, Mark finally confesses that he is in love with her, telling her at Christmas, "To me you are perfect."
"Nobody Puts Baby In A Corner" - "Dirty Dancing"
Starring Patrick Swayze at his best, "Dirty Dancing" chronicles the romance between Johnny (Swayze) and Baby (Jennifer Grey). The boy from the other side of the tracks, Johnny's relationship with Baby is filled with drama. At the end of the movie, everything comes to a head when Johnny pulls Baby into the spotlight, declaring, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner."
"You Should Be Kissed, And Often, And By Someone Who Knows How" - "Gone with the Wind"
In "Gone with the Wind," Clark Gable stars as Rhett Butler, the dashing man who is the object of Scarlett O'Hara's (Vivien Leigh) desires. Rhett teases Scarlett, telling her, "You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how."