A List Of The Best ‘90s And ’00s Rom-Coms You Need You Revisit

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Four Weddings And A Funeral

Grab the popcorn, and a glass of wine, because the ’90s (& 00’s) are calling! And they’re wanting their memorable rom-coms to re-appear in our lives. And we’re certainly not complaining. 

Notting Hill (1999)

Notting Hill

Hollywood actress meets London bookstore owner, and then *oopsy-daisy* the laws of love are defied and their laid back love story is one that gets us every time. But don’t forget the real star of the show, Rhys Ifan’s character Spike. 

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

When Harry Met Sally

When Harry, well, met Sally. It’s our favourite car journey of all time, and begs the ultimate question: Can men and women ever be just friends?

Love Actually (2003)

Love Actually

If this isn’t the film with the cast of your dreams then we may need to remind you of a few. Bill Nighy, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson and Rowan Atkinson (to name a few). It’s November and this is just perfect for this time of year because I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll find that love actually is all around.

Pretty Woman (1990)

Pretty Woman

She’s our favourite girl about town, and we all love a beauty transformation round here. Take to Beverley Hills, hit the polo and sip on champagne in the best room in town. (Whilst looking incred the whole way through!)

You’ve Got Mail (1998)

You've Got Mail

Cute New York bookshop owner meets big-time corporate top dog. Their professional relationship is a complete mess, yet without knowing each other’s secret online dating profiles, their real-life conversations allows true romance to blossom. 

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

Ten Things I Hate About You

Even if you don’t like the film (shame) you can’t not love the throwback fashion. Calling platform thongs and bare midriffs. But most of all, the irresistible and charming Heath Ledger, ladies and gentleman. 

Never Been Kissed (1999)

Never Been Kissed

Ah, Drew. 20-something poses as schoolgirl for newspaper research piece. The playground can be a nasty place, but we all have a part of us that misses it, right?

Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994)

Four Weddings And A Funeral

Yes, it’s Hugh, again. But his love-able English goofiness mixed with the best friendship group and the beautiful English countryside you’ll see, apart from the “funeral” bit, the weddings are hilarious and it’s a genuine feel-good watch. 

Sleepless In Seattle (1993)

Sleepless In Seattle

You hear a heartbroken widower on a radio show, and what do you do? Well, fall in love with him of course. It all hangs on their big meeting at the Empire State Building on Valentine’s Day, but will he show up?

Clueless (1995)


Pompoms, tartan and mini skirts… Cher is the ‘it girl’ and knows it, and she lives just like any other high-schooler (cough cough). Will her matchmaking skills work everyone into a dream-teen love story?

How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003)

How To Lose

Ladies, Ice yourselves. One of the funniest rom-coms going, Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey’s never ending on-screen romance gives us all the feels of a real life relationship. Be it the tears, the tantrums or the “trust in love” exercise with already dead plants. And can we just remind you of the “couple’s therapy”? Thank you Kathryn Hahn! 

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