In honor of Valentine’s Day, Us looks back at the movies that made our hearts melt
After being dumped by his movie star girlfriend (Kristen Bell), Peter (Jason Segel) flies to Hawaii to get his mind off his failed relationship. While there, he falls for hotel receptionist Rachel (Mila Kunis) in this 2008 rom-com.
While the adorable rapping wedding granny may have been a highlight, it was Adam Sander's romance with Drew Barrymore's waitress character that made the 1998 comedy really sing. The flick was even adapted into a Broadway musical that ran for eight months in 2006.
In the 2002 romance based on the Nicholas Sparks bestseller, Landon (Shane West) falls for Jamie (Mandy Moore) only to find out Jamie is stricken with terminal leukemia. and has stopped responding to her treatment. In their final days together, Landon helps Jamie live life to the fullest, crossing off amazing items from her bucket list.
When Julia Roberts' BFF (played by Dermot Mulroney) falls in love with another woman (Cameron Diaz) and is ready to walk down the aisle, she hatches a plan to distract Mulroney's character Mike so he'll fall for her instead.
Tired of being in complicated relationships, GQ creative director Dylan (Justin Timberlake) and head hunter Jamie (Mila Kunis) decide to forge a strictly-physical relationship. Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Andy Samberg and Jenna Elfman costar in the flick, released in 2011.
In 2001, Jennifer Lopez's character fell -- literally! -- for a handsome doctor (Matthew McConaughey). The only hitch? He's already engaged to her biggest client Fran (Bridgette Wilson) and she's in chrage of planning the ceremony.
One of Woody Allen's most lauded films, the 1977 romantic comedy won four Academy Awards including Best Picture. Directing and starring in the flick, Allen plays Alvy Singer, a comedian trying to maintain his relationship with Annie (Diane Keaton). Paul Simon, Shelley Duvall and Christopher Walken costar.
In 2010, Miley Cyrus played a rebellious teen who's shipped to a Southern beach town to spend the summer with her father Steve (Greg Kinnear). While there, she falls hard for Will (Liam Hemsworth), who encourages her to be kinder to her ailing dad.
Always a bridesmaid, never a bride -- that's the story of Jane Nichols' (Katherine Heigl) life in this 2008 film. When reporter Kevin Doyle (James Marsden) agrees to cover Jane's sister's wedding, he stumbles upon Jane's day planner and decides to make her the focus of his story.
Ben Stiller made his directorial debut in this 1994 cult classic costarring Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke and Stiller. Produced on a $11.5 million budget, the flick documented Ryder's character Lelaina's quest to film a documentary about the lives of her three roommates (Hawke, Janeane Garofalo and Steve Zahn).
Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew was revived in this teen comedy costarring Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. In the film -- which served as a breakout role for Ledger and Stiles -- Kat (Stiles) falls for Patrick (Ledger), unaware that he was being paid to date her.