Best Relationship Movies


  • 500 Days of Summer

    500 Days of Summer (PG-13, 2009)

    Zooey Deschanel, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Clark Gregg, Minka Kelly, Matthew Gray Gubler
    Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel star in director Marc Webb's wry, nonlinear romantic comedy... read more about a man who falls head over heels for a woman who doesn't believe in love. Tom (Gordon-Levitt) is an aspiring architect who currently earns his living as a greeting card writer. Upon encountering his boss' beautiful new secretary, Summer (Deschanel), Tom discovers that the pair have plenty in common despite the fact that she's seemingly out of his league; for starters, they both love the Smiths, and they're both fans of surrealist artist Magritte. Before long Tom is smitten. All he can think about is Summer. Tom believes deeply in the concept of soul mates, and he's finally found his. Unfortunately for Tom, Summer sees true love as the stuff of fairy tales, and isn't looking for romance. Undaunted and undeterred by his breezy lover's casual stance on relationships, Tom summons all of his might and courage to pursue Summer and convince her that their love is real. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb1077523731: is life for 500 days, and we are bounced around within those 500 days to see how dramatically their relationship changes in less than a year and a half. This is very creative story telling because we
      Reviewed 58 days days ago
    • supercoolbeans2
      supercoolbeans2: I feel like I should commend the creators of the film for giving us a realistic rendition of a true relationship, I didn't feel satisfied. I know I was supposed to, what with Tom sort of moving on and
      Reviewed 2 months days ago
    • georgekelly26
      georgekelly26: The on-and-off again relationship between Tom and Summer will definitely annoy some, but 500 Days of Summer is still a ch
      Reviewed 4 months days ago
  • The Break-Up

    The Break-Up (PG-13, 2006)

    Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Joey Lauren Adams, Ann-Margret, Jason Bateman
    A once-loving Chicago couple whose happily-ever-after quickly turned into a never-again finds their ... read morecrumbling romance complicated when both parties refuse to move out of the pair's recently purchased condo. The Break-Up is a romantic comedy that starts where all the others end. The future once looked promising for thirtysomething couple Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) and Gary (Vince Vaughn), but lately it seems like a series of increasingly petty and intolerable squabbles have snuffed any semblance of romance in their relationship. Their confrontation endlessly fueled by mean-spirited suggestions of revenge tactics from friends and family and their stubborn refusal to budge resulting in an excruciating stalemate, Brooke and Gary ultimately decide to spitefully stick it out as hostile roommates until the weaker party eventually admits defeat. As the competition to drive one another out grows increasingly intense and outrageous, however, Brooke eventually comes to the realization that she's not fighting for possession of the condominium as much as she is fighting to salvage her relationship with the man she once viewed as the love of her life. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb1396410091: . Vince Vaughn plays his most seious of roles in this one, but he still splits your sides as the relationship between he and Jennifer Aniston crumbles under his feet. This one is on the verge of a
      Reviewed 20 months days ago
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      fb22422228: . Does a solid job of showcasing the worst outcomes of poor communication in a relationship.
      Reviewed 19 months days ago
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      fb502345110: . I think it is hilarious, has a great message of the importance of compromise in a relationship, and is not afraid of not-so-happy ending.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • The Last Kiss

    The Last Kiss (R, 2006)

    Zach Braff, Jacinda Barrett, Casey Affleck, Rachel Bilson, Michael Weston
    A successful 30-year-old (Zach Braff) with a the perfect girlfriend (Jacinda Barrett) and a lucrativ... read moree outlook on life struggles with the increasing pressures of adulthood as he weighs the merits of settling down with the woman who loves him against risking it all to be with a comely co-ed (Rachel Bilson) in director Tony Goldwyn's remake of Gabriele Muccino's 2001 comedy drama. Crash and Million Dollar Baby screenwriter Paul Haggis adapts a script originally penned by Italian filmmaker Muccino, and Casey Affleck, Blythe Danner, Eric Christian Olsen, and Tom Wilkinson co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb681546476: The film adequately conveys relationship struggles with a strong male point of view. Cool music. Good acting all around except
      Reviewed 7 months days ago
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      fb813389394: The Last Kiss meanders through a depressing minefield of marital and relationship problems with no real point. No character escapes unscathed; some flee, some trudge on,
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
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      fb1092004262: . They showed that being in a relationship is not easy. You have to work really hard at it. It also showed that you can not be bli
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Definitely, Maybe

    Definitely, Maybe (PG-13, 2008)

    Ryan Reynolds, Isla Fisher, Derek Luke, Abigail Breslin, Elizabeth Banks
    A political consultant in the midst of a bitter divorce attempts to delicately divulge the truth abo... read moreut his past relationships to his curious young daughter, who simply won't stop asking questions until she's satisfied with all the answers. Ten-year-old Maya (Abigail Breslin) is heartbroken to see her parents splitting up, but she's determined to find out precisely how it was that mom and dad came together in the first place. When Maya starts questioning her father Will (Ryan Reynolds) about his life before marriage, dad's memories soon drift back to the time when, as a na´ve Wisconsin native and aspiring politician hoping to work on the presidential election, he first arrived in New York City. As Will gradually became savvy to the ways of the big city, he gradually developed romantic relationships with three very different women: Emily (Elizabeth Banks) was the girl-next-door that he could always depend on, apolitical April (Isla Fisher) was the best friend and confidante who was always there to listen, and free-spirited journalist Summer (Rachel Weisz) was both beautiful and ambitious. In order to prevent his perceptive little girl from predicting the outcome before his story is told, Will carefully changes the names of his three romantic interests, creating a hopelessly romantic puzzle that highlights both the joys and hardships of true love. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • DarioHitchcock
      DarioHitchcock: . But I do like the way the film shows how time can heal all broken relationship wounds and even strengthen the bonds of some relationships. Perhaps a nod to the Jacque
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
    • her69eyes
      her69eyes: ... reflecting on seven years of his life, he tells of relationships with three different women. It's up to Maya to guess who the real mother is.

      Okay, if
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
    • Tsukaira
      Tsukaira: xcited for whomever I'm going to spend the rest of my life with and makes every bad date, every bad relationship completely worth it. I can't wait to meet him.
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
  • Away We Go

    Away We Go (R, 2009)

    John Krasinski, Maya Rudolph, Jeff Daniels, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Allison Janney
    This funny and heartfelt film follows the journey of an expectant couple as they travel the U.S. in ... read moresearch of the perfect place to put down roots and raise their family. Along the way, they have misadventures and find fresh connections with an assortment of relatives and old friends who just might help them discover "home" on their own terms for the first time.
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      fb36407375: Jon Krasinski and Maya Rudolph have such a cute relationship in this movie which is funny cause I can't imagine them being paired together. I recomm
      Reviewed 20 months days ago
    • MrMarakai
      MrMarakai: .
      When the film opens we are given a introduction to the solid relationship that the two main characters share, as while performing oral sex on his partner, Burt c
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • WheresThePopcorn
      WheresThePopcorn: Jon Krasinski and Maya Rudolph have such a cute relationship in this movie which is funny cause I can't imagine them being paired together. I recomm
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Annie Hall

    Annie Hall (PG, 1977)

    Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Paul Simon
    "Annie Hall" is a comical look at the up and down relationship between a New York City TV writer and... read more his aspiring actress/singer girlfriend who's originally from the Midwest.
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      fb1008742212: omedy style is particularly dated and the focus was in the quirky way it examined the deteriorating relationship between Alvie "Max" Singer and Annie Hall, but it was nonetheless a clever one and took
      Reviewed 10 months days ago
    • lewiskendell
      lewiskendell: . Talking directly to the audience, flashbacks, asides, they all combine to tell the story of a relationship - piece by piece. This isn't a straightforward narrative, and it's a better movie as a
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb35906603: depressing star crossed lovers way, but that way that some ppl just are not meant to be, yet their relationship wasn't horrible or something unforgivable didnt happen. I think most people can relate
      Reviewed 21 months days ago
  • Why Did I Get Married?

    Why Did I Get Married? (PG-13, )

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    "Why Did I Get Married" will be the big screen adaptation of Perry's stage play about the trials of ... read moremarriage, and what happens to one family when a sexy young temptress arrives on the scene.
    • chesnita
      chesnita: GOOD MOVIE!!! Makes you think about your own relationship!
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
  • He's Just Not That Into You

    He's Just Not That Into You (PG-13, 2009)

    Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Connolly
    Ken Kwapis' adaptation of Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo's best-selling self-help book He's Just Not... read more That Into You follows the love lives of a dozen or so characters. Ginnifer Goodwin stars as Gigi, a young woman attempting to understand the mixed signals she gets from the men she's dating. She gets advice from a bar owner (Justin Long) who prides himself on understanding the ins and outs of the dating scene. Gigi's co-worker Janine (Jennifer Connelly) finds herself involved in a major redecorating project with her husband, Ben (Bradley Cooper). Unbeknownst to Janine, Ben contemplates an affair with Anna (Scarlett Johansson), an attractive woman trying to make a career as a singer. Another of Gigi's friends at work, Beth (Jennifer Aniston), enjoys a successful, healthy relationship with Neil (Ben Affleck), but storm clouds hover over them as he has no interest in getting married. Kris Kristofferson co-stars as Beth's father. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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      fb508188214: funny, quotable, and brutally honest book adaptation that has you critiquing every past and present relationship.
      Reviewed 34 days days ago
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      fb100000265953070: . I think if I watched it earlie, I probably wouldn't ever built up a relationship.
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
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      fb565789866: . And although I don't care much for Jennifer Aniston, her character was on key for how I felt in a relationship that was serious and the whole pressure about marriage. I like the multicharacter plots
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Save the Last Dance

    Save the Last Dance (PG-13, 2001)

    Julia Stiles, Sean Patrick Thomas, Kerry Washington, Fredro Starr, Terry Kinney
    A 17-year-old high-school student sets her sights on being a professional ballerina, but she has to ... read moreput her plans on hold when her mother is killed in a car accident and she is forced to move to her father's bleak Chicago neighborhood. Intimidated by inner-city life, she turns to the clubs for refuge, where she meets a young black man who shares her love for dancing. As their mutual respect evolves, they soon discover that peer pressure is a more formidable obstacle to romance than differences in race or class.
    • romy861
      romy861: . Julia is lovely and the relationship between her and the brother of her new friend is believable. You really hope to see it
      Reviewed 11 months days ago
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      fb503552293: this was a good movie as well i like the whole interacial relationship in it
      Reviewed 19 months days ago
    • MovieQueen79
      MovieQueen79: . Great story about interracial relationships. Nice soundtrack. Also a little sad because of why she moved to Chicago and relationsh
      Reviewed 24 months days ago
  • High Fidelity

    High Fidelity (R, 2000)

    John Cusack, Iben Hjejle, Jack Black, Todd Louiso, Lisa Bonet
    In a biting romantic comedy, Rob Gordon is the owner of a semi-failing record store in Chicago, wher... read moree he sells music the old-fashioned way -- on vinyl. He's a self-professed music junkie who spends his days at Championship Vinyl with his two employees, Dick and Barry. Although they have an encyclopedic knowledge of pop music and are consumed with the music scene, it's of no help to Rob, whose needle skips the love groove when his long-time girlfriend, Laura, walks out on him. As he examines his failed attempts at romance and happiness, the process finds him being dragged, kicking and screaming, into adulthood.
    • lewiskendell
      lewiskendell: . John Cusack was beyond perfect for this role, The guy-centered relationship drama has become recent favorite of mine, as lately I've seen a number of great movies
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
    • deano
      deano: . Little crazy story of a man's attempt to determine why his relationship never last, John Cusack is mocking, analytical, and self-deprecating.
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • melonye
      melonye: Better than I remembered! I love the honesty in this far-from-perfect relationship. As always, John Cusack is great as this "loser" who loses himself in self-pity when hi
      Reviewed 6 years days ago