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10 Best Rom Coms Year by Year of this Decade [2011 – 2020]

Romantic comedies baby! We all want to have a love like what it shows in a rom-com film. Well, that could happen if you’re lucky and sometimes you just have to find that person worth loving for. Well, you can help yourself by watching one of the best rom-coms of every year for one decade. Here’s our opinion about the best romantic comedy movie of every year between 2011 to 2020. 

2011: Crazy Stupid Love

There is more than one love story here. Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling), who is too good with picking up girls, meets Cal Weaver (Steve Carell) who is asked for a divorce by his wife (Julianne Moore). Jacob teaches Cal to look good and how to get girls. But Jacob falls for a girl Hannah (Emma Stone) who is the daughter of Cal. Things are starting to mess up and they figure out who is right for themselves without getting us bored.

2012: Silver Linings Playbook

Bradly Cooper as Pat who loses his wife and goes crazy about everything. He lives with his parents and tries to get back with her wife. When he meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), she agrees to help him to get back with her wife. In return, she asks for a favour about helping her to win a dance competition by dancing with her. During this process, things change and Pat falls for Tiffany.

2013: What If

Here’s Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe), who had pretty bad relationships in his past love life. So he doesn’t want any relationships for a while but then he meets Chantry (Zoe Kazan) who has a boyfriend already. But when they meet, they form an instant connection between them. They said they’re gonna be best friends but they couldn’t deny the chemistry between them. The things they did when they try to be friends are fun to watch. Then, in the end, the pair made us wonder What If the love of your life is actually your Best Friend??? What If?

2014: Love, Rosie

Rom-com list can’t be completed without Love, Rosie. This is one of the best rom-com out there in our personal opinion. Alex (Sam Claflin) and Rosie (Lilly Collins) are best friends from 5th grade. Alex leaves to Bosten and Rosie stays in England with some problems. They go through relationships and breakups and more. They make bad decisions throughout times, being in love with the wrong people and keep missing each other. After a lot of mess, they realize they’re actually made for each other. A cute love story with some twists in between. It’s a must-watch in our opinion. You won’t regret it. We could tell you more but we don’t wanna spoil much!

2015: The Longest Ride

It’s one of the masterpieces from Nicholas Sparks’s novels. There are two love stories here. One with Luck Collins (Scott Eastwood) and Sophia (Britt Robertson) and the other one is with Ruth (Oona Chaplin) and Ira (Alan Alda). Luck is a bull rider who falls for Sophia but they have different paths for life. One day they meet Ira and finds out his love for Ruth which is pretty awesome. Then by their love, their future turns so good with Ira and his paintings.

2016: The Choice

Travis (Benjamine Walker) who thinks that the secret to life is the choices we make. And It’s the second Nicholas Sparks movie on this list. Gabby (Teresa Palmer) is a medical student who has a long term boyfriend and abuts to settle down with him. But fate brings her as a neighbor to Travis. They form a connection instantly and have some good times and hard times together. They make a choice that lasts forever.

2017: The Big Sick

Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani) is a Pakistani who meets Emily (Zoe Kazan) in one of his comedy shows. Then they start to date and their relationship grows. On the other hand, Kumail’s traditional Pakistani Muslim parents searching for a girl for Kumail for an arranged marriage. Kumail starts to worry about what will his parents think of Emily. One day Emily gets ill and goes to a medically induced coma. Kumail goes to see here where he bonds up with her parents. And spoiler alert, she’ll be alright!

2018: Crazy Rich Asians

Nich Young (Henry Golding) and Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) are dating for a year. Then Nick wants Rachel to come to his best friend’s wedding and also to meet his parents and friends in Singapore. Rachel finds out that he’s so rich and afraid of how she’s gonna fit in. She goes through some difficult times there because of the wealthy people around her with the help of her friend who also lives there. But can love more powerful than money? Let’s find out!!!

2019: Long Shot

Frank Flarsky (Zeth Rogan) is a writer who gets fired and meets Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron) who runs for president. She is actually his old baby sitter and his childhood crush. After they met, Charlotte wants a speechwriter so she hires Frank to be his speechwriter. They both share a lot of things and fall for each other.

2020: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) are officially together after the first part of To All the Boys series. When John Ambrose (Jordon Fisher) from her old love letter crush shows up, things start to mess up. But finally, she’ll figure out who she really loves. Who would it be?

If some movies are not available in your region, try to check out YouTube movies, most of the movies are available here too. Amazon Prime has more movies to watch in an effective way. 

That’s it, guys! Hope you all find it helpful. Go watch them if you haven’t. We included a detailed video of this best 10 films year by year from our YouTube channel so Go check that out. Cheers! Love You!!

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