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The Edge List: Fox 24 Crew's Favorite Romantic Movies

If you're not in the mood to go out for Valentine's Day, might we suggest a good movie? We took a poll of the women in our Fox 24 newsroom and compiled a list of our favorite romantic movies!
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In preparation for Valentine's Day, we rounded up our favorite romantic movies!

Rebecca Jeffrey's Favorite: Love Actually

        The British, Christmas-themed romantic comedy follows ten separate love stories and somehow manages to weave them all together. It stars tons of famous British actors including Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Emma Thompson and Keira Knightly. 


Fox Morning Edge Producer Lauren's Favorite: You've Got Mail

        Starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, the movie follows two business rivals who hate each other, but fall in love online via email. It might seem a little dated now, as it's set in a world where the internet is still fairly new and things like Facebook and Twitter didn't exist, but the 15 year old film is still a classic.

Marissa Kargas's Favorite: Sleepless in Seattle
        Tom Hanks plays a single father who's son calls into a radio show looking for a new mom. Thousands of miles away, Meg Ryan's character is listening, and falls in love with a man that she's never even met. The famous ending at the top of the Empire State Building is an homage to another classic love movie, "An Affair to Remember."

KNWA Today Producer Ify's Favorite: The Notebook
        Based on the Nicholas Sparks book, the movie follows Noah and Allie as they fall in love in the 1940's. The narrator is an elderly man, telling the story to a fellow nursing home resident, and -- spoiler alert -- the older couple turns out to be Noah and Allie, still together in their old age.

Liz Hogan's Favorite: The Princess Bride
        The movie is based on a novel and is full of everything a good fairy tale should have: sword fights, magical creatures, and a romantic love story. Princess Buttercup is kidnapped and it's up to her childhood love, Westley to save her. The movie is number 88 on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 greatest film love stories.
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