The 27 Best Romantic Love Stories on Amazon Prime Video

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Romantic movies work their own magic on us viewers thanks to their heartwarming love stories. Whether cheesy tearjerkers or profound masterpieces, these films give their protagonists butterflies in their stomachs. Suppose you are also a fan of the romantic genre and also have a subscription to Amazon Prime. In that case, we have happy news for you: All 28 romantic movies we present to you below are not only extremely worth watching but also included in your subscription for free. Enjoy our selection!

1. Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)


“Bridget Jones” manages to do two things: the romantic comedy of 2001 touches our hearts on the one hand while maltreating our diaphragms at the same time. The film starring Renée Zellweger does not focus on perfect beauty but on the main character with whom the viewer can fully identify.

Bridget, in her mid-thirties, is still a bachelorette, has a few too many pounds on her, and is addicted to cigarettes. From then on, the title character decides to take control of his life and, above all, to find the man of his life. The romantic odyssey ensues quirky, approachable, touching, and worth a look!

2. The Space Between Us (2017)


Many romantic productions seem to have taken their plot from the romance movie textbook. If you’re a fan of the genre but crave a breath of fresh air, 2017’s “So Close to the Stars” comes highly recommended. The flick transports its story to a setting where humanity sent its first representatives to reside on Mars permanently.

One of these new Martians is Gardner Elliott (Asa Butterfield), the first human born on the red planet. Gardner falls in love with the charismatic Tulsa (Britt Robertson) over the internet – but she is thousands of miles away on Earth.

The U.S. production comes with a good dose of emotion and fascinates with its differentness.

3. Safe Haven (2013)


Katie (Julianne Hough) is new to Southport and carrying a big secret. The reclusive protagonist prefers to stay away from her fellow human beings. But when the shy main character meets Alex (Josh Duhamel), she begins to open up – and feel understood for the first time in a long time.

“Safe Haven” draws vulnerable characters that lend the film a fitting veil of emotional weight. For all those who like romantic movies with depth, the work from the United States is a safe bank.

4. Remember Me (2010)


Fate sometimes bears strange fruit. Actually, the rebel Taylor (Robert Pattinson) just wanted to humiliate a hated cop by grabbing the lawman’s daughter. Instead of false love, however, a real romance quickly develops between the rapscallion and Ally (Emilie de Ravin).

When watching “Remember Me,” you’d better ensure you have a box of tissues within reach. The film gets under the skin more than once with its heavy blows of fate, thereby pressing the tear gland with the audience quite violently.

5. Until Forever (2016)


Sometimes, it takes a moment to change two people’s lives forever. In the case of Michael and Michelle, this fateful moment came when Michael was diagnosed with a severe form of leukemia. The once happy and carefree couple is now facing a battle against an insidious disease, which actually can not be won.

“Until Forever” is not a lighthearted love story but a production that manages to captivate with its profound seriousness.

6. Love and Other Drugs (2010)


That love can be intoxicating in the truest sense of the word is something we learned in the U.S. production “Love and Other Drugs” in 2010. This well-known film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Jamie and Anne Hathaway as Maggie. While the charismatic Casanova seems to have all the ladies at his beck and call, Maggie is struggling with her Parkinson’s disease. The two fall in love and headlong into a love adventure that holds many complications in store for the lovebirds.

Although “Love and Other Drugs” has a refreshing lightness in many parts of the film, deep elements complement the story.

7. Silver Linings Playbook (2012)


When Pat (Bradley Cooper) catches his wife with another man, the betrayed man sees red. He beats up the lover so badly that he is committed to a psychiatric hospital because of his violent outburst. After the period of purification is over, the badly marked Pat slowly tries to fight his way back to life and, in the process, meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence). Her soul is also adorned with numerous scars.

“Silver Linings” is one of the most original romantic films in recent memory. Thus the American strip breaks again and again with well-tried patterns of the genre and does not shy away even from taboo topics.

8. About time (2013)


When romantic comedy and adventurous time travel meet, we get a film in the “It’s all a matter of time” category. Because the protagonist, Tim (Domhnall Gleeson), has the gift to break the space-time continuum and simply travel through time.

From then on, the main character does what many of us have secretly imagined: He travels back in time to outsmart fate and win the heart of an ex-love. Anyone who knows anything about time travel knows that trips of this kind have their own rules. Thus, Tim must soon realize that his undertaking will not only have consequences for himself.

“It’s all a matter of time” is an extraordinary work of machismo, which in its staging, clearly differs from the usual productions of the romance genre.

9. Love Actually (2003)


Everyone who can’t get enough of romantic love stories should definitely take a look at the classic “Love Actually…”. The British-French-American joint production in Christmas setting tells us in 135 minutes of film ten different stories and shows the most diverse facets of love.

Each story touches in its own unique way. The protagonists manage to exude understandable romance without sinking into melancholy. The work, released in international cinemas in 2003, has become a cult film over the years and is also considered a genuine Christmas classic.

10. Every Day (2018)


The approach that the makers of “In the end, the universe doesn’t care about us” chose can be described as quite unusual. The strip has its roots somewhere between fantasy and coming of age. The U.S. production centers on 16-year-old Rhiannon, played by Angourie Rice. Growing up goes over the teenager’s head, and feelings of insecurity and heartbreak plague her.

In the course of the film, Rhiannon falls in love with a mysterious soul who has the gift of slipping into all kinds of bodies, making it increasingly difficult for the titular heroine to find the mysterious being again.

The work shows viewers that the search for great love can be more original than we are used to.

11. Pride & Prejudice (2005)


Nowadays, we take it for granted to enter into a partnership of our free will and base our relationships on love. However, this was not always the case. Let’s turn the clock back about 300 years. We find ourselves in an era where marriages were still arranged constructs primarily intended to ensure the continuation of one’s own bloodline. In “Pride and Prejudice,” Keira Knightley finds herself in a conflict between feelings and reason, which develops its dynamics throughout the story.

The 2005 film adaptation is based on the world-famous novel by Jane Austen. The opulent cinema adaptation convinced both fans and critics and was nominated for a total of four Oscars.

12. How to Be Single (2016)


Many romantic films focus on the search for one true love. “How to Be Single” initially chooses a different premise, presenting the protagonist Alice (Dakota Johnson) with the task of adjusting to being single after a long-term relationship.

The flick from 2016 is the light and easy fare for in-between and knows how to entertain with its humorous vibe over the entire 110 minutes of film coherently.

13. Forrest Gump (1994)


Forrest Gump – a love story? We think so because the changing relationship between the fickle Jenny (Robin Wright) and the simple-minded Forrest (Tom Hanks) plays a central role in the film. In addition to its romantic aspects, the 1994 masterpiece has much more to offer. Forrest Gump shows us which sometimes bizarre blossoms the search for great happiness can bear.

The production is brimming with emotion, humor, and absurdity and should not be missing from any well-stocked film collection!

14. Step Up (2006)


Where spoken words reach their limits, dance movements come into play. Rhythmic choreographies can express things that would be very difficult to say. “Step Up” is a classic dance film in a high school setting, which combines dynamics and romance.

The story focuses on the rebellious Tyler and the school beauty Nora, who become closer during the course of the film and also train for a joint dance performance. In the course of their liaison, the lovebirds learn not only about their partner but also about entirely new sides of themselves.

Thanks to its debauched, lavishly staged dance interludes, this flick from the USA has a particularly high show value.

15. Meet the Parents (2000)


Blessed is he who gets on well with his in-laws. While Greg (Ben Stiller) has already captured the heart of his beloved Pam (Teri Polo), he has yet to win the favor of her father, Jack (Robert De Niro). However, this endeavor proves to be much more difficult than expected, as the silent father-to-be is an emotionally cold piece of work.

“My Bride, Her Father and I” offers the best entertainment and is particularly convincing with its wry humor, repeatedly interrupted by heartwarming scenes.

16. My Awkward Sexual Adventure (2012)


Jordan really doesn’t have it easy. The protagonist’s bed skills are so pathetic that his partner is. Rachel ends their relationship so that Jordan first learns valuable lessons in the art of mating. As a sex tutor, the scolded man chooses stripper Julia, who is henceforth to instruct her apprentice in the arts of carnal passion. As fate would have it, Jordan quickly develops feelings for Julia.

“Sex-Up Your Life” doesn’t really reinvent the romantic movie wheel, but it offers solid entertainment at all times and provides the necessary laughs in the right places.

17. Lying to Be Perfect (2010)


“Cinderella Love Story” or: How to transport a fairytale love story into the present day. The 2010 film version centers on Nola Devlin (Poppy Montgomery), who is a gray mouse and writer by day. At night, she again assumes the identity of the self-confident Belinda Apple. When the charming Chip enters the life of the wallflower, chaos begins to take its course.

The film draws its dynamism from the protagonist’s double life and offers a total of 88 entertaining minutes.

18. The Holiday (2006)


To escape the monotonous grind of their disappointing love lives, the young women Amanda (Cameron Diaz) and Iris (Kate Winslet) decide to swap houses for a while. It doesn’t take long for the missing momentum to enter the protagonists’ daily lives.

While Amanda soon starts flirting with Iris’ brother, Iris herself is taken with a work colleague of her swap partner. The star-studded cast may not have met the pundits’ expectations at the time, but Love Needs No Vacation is still a thoroughly solid romantic film that fans of the genre can’t go far wrong with.

19. Fifty Shades of Grey – Liberated Lust (2015)


It may be true that “Fifty Shades of Grey” divides minds. Those who couldn’t do anything with the other offshoots of the series won’t be enraptured by “Befreite Lust” either. However, if you’re a big fan of the sadomaso between billionaire Christian Grey and his Anastasia Steele anyway, you’ll also be thoroughly entertained by the 2018 installment!

20. Der Perfekte Ex (2011)


Last but not least, we recommend “The Perfect Ex” from 2011. With the help of statistics, Ally (Anna Faris) wants to look for an overlooked dream man among her exes because, according to the mathematical formulas, this man should have been among the former lovers of the main character.

With this, the makers created a nerdy starting point to prove to us viewers in the following that love cannot always be calculated.

21. The Big Sick (2017)

22. Love, Rosie (2014)

23. Dirty Dancing (1987)

24. Brittany Runs a Marathon (2019)

25. The Aeronauts (2019)

26. Heartbreakers (2001)

27. The Girl Next Door (2004)

We hope you enjoy the featured romance movies!

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