One of the most romantic movies ever made. Casablanca is a story about a love triangle. The main characters Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman are old lovers who meet up again when Bergman, married to Paul Henreid, stumbles into a bar in Casablanca, owned by Bogart’s character. The sexual tension and romantic conflict in this movie have us wanting them to reunite. But, the most emotional scene comes at the end when Bogie says, “good-bye” and makes one of the most difficult decisions to let Bergman go even though he still loves her.
From Here to Eternity (1953)
Winner of eight Oscars, this film is best remembered for the romantic kissing-scene on the beach between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr. "Nobody ever kissed me the way you do,” says Kerr as they contemplate their heated adulterous affair.
Doctor Zhivago (1965)
Dr. Zhivago with Omar Sharif and Julie Christie is a film that most boomers fell in love to when they were young. The movie, set around the Russian Revolution follows the story of poet-doctor Zhivago who is married but falls in love with a nurse (Lara) played by Christie. The theme song, Lara’s Song known as one of the most romantic songs in a movie, won an Oscar. According to a Blockbuster survey, the most romantic scene is when Sharif and Christie are at the frozen country estate and he writes her a poem.
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Love Story (1970)