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Top 10 Romantic Movies of 2000 Ranked

The year 2000 was an amazing time romantic films. So much so that some great films don’t get the attention and appreciation they deserve. If you’re interested in watching some of the most underrated romantic movies of the decade, this list is for you.

10 Sidewalks of New York (2001)

Paramount Classics

Edward Burns directed, wrote and wrote this movie that tells many stories about love, romance, marriage, cheating and sex. New York docks It is a product of early firsts; An independent film that shows men and women talking about sex and love as they try to find some in the Big Apple. Rosario Dawson, Brittany Murphy, Stanley Tucci give great performances in this movie, which was shot in 17 days, and tries to show many perspectives on love and sex, and it turns out to be a great success.

9 complex (2009)

It is complicated
Universal Pictures

in It is complicatedMeryl Streep stars as Jane Adler who begins an affair with her ex-husband Jake (Alec Baldwin), 10 years after their divorce, while also gaining the romantic interest of her architect, Adam (Steve Martin). The movie is a satire on how she manages both men and love in middle age and it has some very funny moments.

Written and directed by Nancy Meyers, the film is one of her best films and shows how much comedy, love and passion you can get when there are great performers (they’re all experts at playing romantic roles), a nice kitchen (this is a Nancy movie after. Everything Myers. thing) and cute , backing performances from John Krasinski (he has a confused reaction when he finds out what’s going on), Zoe Kazan, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Mary Kay Bliss, and Rita Wilson.

8 Two people can play this game (2001)

Two people can play this game
Sony Pictures launch

Shanti (Vivica A. Fox) stars in this movie, so much so that she broke the fourth wall and spoke to the audience, telling us how she knows how to keep her man in line. Trouble begins when her boyfriend Keith (Maurice Chestnut) is found almost kissing another woman, which proves… Two people can play this game. The movie is a funny example of the battle of the sexes and how sometimes you just can’t live with or without them. Both actors are great, as are the supporting cast, from Anthony Anderson and Gabrielle Union to Mo’Nique and David Krumholtz.

7 Like Love (2005)

Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet in A Lot Like Love
Buena Vista Photo Distribution

Many love love It’s a love story between Oliver (Ashton Kutcher) and Emily (Amanda Peet). They meet on a plane and have sex before they know each other’s names. They spend almost a day together before the sun rise Kind of, then they go their separate ways. They still exist over the years, but the timing is never right until then.

This movie has many things going for it; Chemistry between the two contestants, one of the best Amanda Peet performances ever, a great soundtrack, a great road trip sequence, funny supporting characters (especially those played by Kathryn Hahn and Kal Penn) and an ending that will melt every viewer’s heart.

6 Definitely Maybe (2008)

He sure can
Universal Pictures

He sure can he how i met your mother Something of a story like Will (Ryan Reynolds in his theatrical retelling) tells his daughter Maya (Abigail Breslin) about his three most important relationships, while she (and the audience) tries to guess who these three women (played by Rachel Weisz, Isla Fisher and Elizabeth Banks) are her mother . Most of the movie is told through flashbacks and metaphors, so there’s no fun in having sex in this one-of-a-kind romantic comedy.

Rachel Weisz told Female of why she made the film: “It’s a different kind of story. It’s about the real-life complexities of having a baby, then getting divorced, then getting a second chance at love. It also reminds me of old movies from the ’50s where a blanket gets stuck and you get A box of chocolates to curl up in and watch the movie.”

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5 Youth in Rebellion (2009)

Youth in revolution
Dimension movies

Youth in revolution It starts out like many teen rom-coms, in which a virgin boy (Michael Cera) loves a girl (Portia Doubleday) and hopes to lose his virginity to her. But the movie turned out to be something unusual and unique, and not just because the girl in question has a boyfriend and lives in another country. Not only does Cera’s character have an alter ego with a goofy mustache, but both teens are completely outgoing and in their own world, oblivious to the adults around them.

This movie was released around the time Cera was a main character in her teens (as well Juno, Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist And Scott Pilgrim vs. world), and he plays the same type of character as always, but with a twist, and gets in on the joke. Actor and Doubleday (who know more than Mr. Robot)You have great chemistry that makes it easy to fall under the spell of this quirky little romantic movie.

4 Imagine Me and You (2005)

Imagine me and you
Universal Pictures

Imagine me and you It tells the story of Rachel (Piper Perabo), who, while preparing for her wedding to Hector (Matthew Goode), falls in love with a flower girl, a woman named Luce (Lena Headey). While she has feelings for this woman she just met, she continues the marriage and things start to get complicated for the three of them.

This movie has a British flavor as it was written and directed by Ollie Parker (who also directed it Mamma Mia: Here he is again and last year’s traveling comedy with George Clooney and Julia Roberts, A ticket to heaven). It’s also great for showing all of Rachel’s confusion and how trying not to hurt anyone can end up hurting everyone. Falling in love when you’re already in a relationship is complicated, and even more so when it’s the first time you’re falling in love with someone of the same sex, and the script and acting show all those mixed feelings, so it’s different. Seems too much for most romantics.

3 Blueberry Nights (2007)

Raspberry nights
The Weinstein Company

Raspberry nights The film is about a woman named Elizabeth (singer Norah Jones in her first acting role) who travels across America and meets all kinds of people and their visions of love. It was Wong Kar-Wai’s first American film and also his most underrated In the mood for love And Chongqing Express Ranked as the best romantic films of all time. This picture is a little different because the director still seems to be trying to articulate his vision of America, but it still has a rustic and poetic personality, showing how each of the characters perceive love and how their experiences of love, good and bad, are. their point of view.

About working with Wong Kar-Wai, singer Norah Jones told Rotten Tomatoes: “He said he studied our country and our culture and grew up watching a beautiful American film, but he would never become an American director because he could never be. He grew up with American movies, music and culture.

2 Kissing Jessica Stein (2001)

Kissing Jessica Stein
Fox Searchlight Pictures

Kissing Jessica Stein It tells the story of Jessica (Jennifer Westfeldt), a woman who feels pressured to find a man and settle down, and instead falls in love with a woman named Helen (Heather Jorgensen). There have been a lot of LGBTQ+ romantic comedies in the past decade, but that didn’t happen in 2001 because this movie almost created the genre. The movie is also interesting not only because it shows strange relationships, but also because it shows someone who keeps coming through and understanding with the audience how they feel about this woman they just met and can’t get out of their heads.

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1 Drunk Love Punch (2002)

Emily Watson and Adam Sandler in Punch-Drunk Love
Sony Pictures

Drunk love punch He was a surprise pick for Paul Thomas Anderson magnolia. Not only because of the story, a lost lonely man with anger issues will fall in love, but also because he played the title role, comedian Adam Sandler. The actor had a very special kind of humor and Anderson was able to pull off a great performance out of it that proved he can be a dramatic actor.

The story is sweet, weird, and charming, and the chemistry between Sandler and Emily Watson works almost two turns (with the odd small role of Philip Seymour Hoffman), resulting in a wonderful romantic thriller. He smiles at every interaction between his protagonists. For all of these reasons, it’s a great underrated movie, and it’s also one of Paul Thomas Anderson’s best.



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