10 Romance Movies to Cry and Get Emotional

There are films capable of provoking countless emotions in spectators. In particular, romance movies can make our hearts warm at the same time they can make us burst into tears.

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In this way, we prepared a list of romance movies to cry, and it has for all tastes, huh? Prepare the tissues and enjoy!

10. A love to remember (2002)

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For starters, how about a sugary romance full of twists? Based on the book of the same name by writer Nicholas Sparks, the feature film features young delinquent Landon Carter (Shane West) who unexpectedly ends up falling head over heels in love with religious Jamie (Mandy Moore).

However, she discovers an incurable cancer and the two need to be strong if they want to be together. It’s a production to take sighs and move us!

  • Watch the movie on Paramount Plus.

9. Solanin (2010)


(Asahi Broadcasting Corporation/Reproduction)(Asahi Broadcasting Corporation/Reproduction)Source: Asahi Broadcasting Corporation

Even with the hope of realizing their dreams, the couple formed by Taneda (Kengo Kora) and Meiko (Aoi Miyazaki) lead a frustrated life. While he is not happy with the odd jobs he gets, she is harassed at work.

However, willing to change that reality, Taneda decides to try his luck in the music career. However, a tragic accident puts everything at risk. Willing to try to start over and be strong, Meiko decides to live the dream of her great love to immortalize it.

  • Unfortunately, the film is not available online.

8. Two Sides of Love (2014)

(The Weinstein Company/Reproduction)(The Weinstein Company/Reproduction)Source: The Weinstein Company

Composed of two films focused on different points of view, Two Sides of Love tells the story of a separated couple who share a common trauma.

As he (James McAvoy) tries to understand because your great love can no longer live by your side, she seems to be grieving even more with a great loss. The importance each has in the other’s lives is placed side by side on a journey of self-discovery.

  • Watch the movie on Paramount Plus.

7. Carol (2016)

(The Weinstein Company/Reproduction)(The Weinstein Company/Reproduction)Source: The Weinstein Company

Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, the feature film directed by Todd Haynes addresses the romantic interest that the elegant Carol (Cate Blanchett) starts to nurture for the saleswoman Therese (Rooney Mara).

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With this pre-established but, in a way, forbidden link, both have to make different choicesabove all because of the consequences that their involvement can generate.

  • Watch the movie on Mubi.

6. love (2012)

(Les Films du Losange/Reproduction)(Les Films du Losange/Reproduction)Source: Les Films du Losange

What would you do if the person you’ve always loved seems to be just shelling on the outside while dying on the inside? This is the proposal that filmmaker Michael Haneke makes to the spectators of his film.

In lovean elderly couple formed by Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) have to deal with the latter’s paralysis, trying to survive and overcome the adversities of everyday life.

  • Watch the movie on Looke.

5. How I Was Before You (2016)

(Warner Bros. Pictures/Reproduction)(Warner Bros. Pictures/Reproduction)Source: Warner Bros. pictures

When optimistic Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke) is hired to care for depressed Will (Sam Claflin), who is paraplegic, there’s a big challenge on her hands. In addition to looking after the well-being of her client, she must also soften his heart. Soon, the two fall in love and develop a great love story.

  • Watch the movie on Amazon Prime Video.

4. La La Land (2016)

(Lionsgate/Play)(Lionsgate/Play)Source: Lionsgate

And dreams once again surface in a movie on the list. In this musical two-time Oscar winner, Mia (Emma Stone) is an aspiring actress who wants to participate in Hollywood productions. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) wants to rescue jazz from Los Angeles. The romance between the two develops from this perspective as the seasons pass.

  • Watch the movie on HBO Max.

3. Before the end of the day (2004)

(Sony Pictures/Playback)(Sony Pictures/Playback)Source: Sony Pictures

If life gave you a second chance, would you do everything differently? That’s what happens to the British Ian (Paul Nicholls), who, after losing his great love in an accident, wakes up the next day as if everything was still the same.

That way, he has a chance to right his wrongs and show his love for Samantha (Jennifer Love Hewitt) in a way he never has.

  • The film is only available for digital rental.

two. Senses of Love (2011)

(IFC Films/Reproduction)(IFC Films/Reproduction)Source: IFC Films

During a global epidemic, in which the population starts to lose the main senses, such as taste and smell, an unlikely couple – made up of chef Michael (Ewan McGregor) and infectious disease specialist Susan (Eva Green) – discuss their future at every possible occasion. Amidst the uncertainties that befall them both, they will have to be strong if they want to survive together.

  • Watch the movie on Mubi.

1. A matter of time (2013)

(Universal Studios/Reproduction)(Universal Studios/Reproduction)Source: Universal Studios

Finally, a feature film focused on family relationships. When Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers that all the men in his family have the incredible ability to travel through time, he makes several decisions in favor of his great loves, such as Mary (Rachel McAdams), his wife, Kit Kat (Lydia Wilson) , his sister, as well as his father (Bill Nighy).

  • Watch the movie on Star Plus.

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