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Everyone loves a good love story, but there are a few classic movies that give us an unforgettable look at romance.

We clutched our tissues and stifled our sobs when we saw “The Notebook” and we could never forget the fire escape moment from “Pretty Woman”.

If you are a true romantic at heart, you have probably seen these love stories time and time again.

Some movies never get old!

Here are the 8 most romantic love scenes captured on film.

1. “when Harry Met Sally” - the New Years Moment

“when Harry Met Sally” - the New Years Moment

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After watching Harry and Sally tap dance around a love affair through this entire movie, we are left with one final scene that makes it all worthwhile.

Suddenly it’s New Years Eve and Harry finds Sally looking fabulous.

In his most desperate tone, he finally tells her that she is the only one for him.

He says, "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." This has got to be the most romantic thing I have ever heard in my entire life.

Kudos to Harry!

2. “Romeo and Juliet” - First Glances

“Romeo and Juliet” - First Glances

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I was only 14 when I first saw the 1996 version of “Romeo and Juliet” but I will never forget how it made me feel.

When Romeo and Juliet first meet, they see each other through the fish tank and they lock eyes.

It is ELECTRIC.

This movie made me think that love at first sight it actually possible.

There was just something about the way he looked at her through the fish tank.

3. “Sleepless in Seattle” - What’s so Amazing about Her

“Sleepless in Seattle” - What’s so Amazing about Her

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In a heart wrenching phone call to a pushy radio host, the sweet son of a broken hearted widower reveals that he wants his dad to find a new wife for Christmas.

His dad gets on the phone and ends up in a long dialogue about why his deceased wife was amazing.

He describes how she could peel an entire apple in “one long curly strip”.

This has got to be one of the most romantic scenes every simply because it showed a man who loved a woman in such a way that the tiniest details of her fascinated him.

“the Wedding Singer” - the Airplane Serenade
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