When you’re looking for the best clean romance movies with little-to-no risqué content, wholesome language, and tasteful handling of life’s ups and downs… Well, sometimes that sort of romantic film is awfully hard to find.
But never fear! We’ve done the leg work for you by selecting 100 of the very best clean romantic movies ever made.
Great for a good laugh and/or a good cry, every clean chick flick on this list makes us want to cuddle up with our significant other, pop some corn, light a candle, and be transported into a sweet love story with a happy ending.
Clean Romantic Comedies
These wholesome rom coms will have you laughing, crying, and everything in between.
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1. While You Were Sleeping (1995)
PG / 6.8 IMDB / 81% RT
This classic tale starring rom-com darling Sandra Bullock is one of my very favorite Christmas movies as well!
You can’t beat the chemistry between Lucy and Jack, and the one-liners? Well, there are too many to count… “These mashed potatoes are so creamy…” “I never said Guy Lombardo was tall, I said he was Cuban!” “Is he leaning? Cuz he looks like he’s leaning.”
A truly memorable flick, and super clean, too.
2. You’ve Got Mail (1998)
PG / 6.7 IMDB / 73%
A cute flick with the always perfect Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan (didn’t they just rule the silver screen when it came to rom-coms way back when?).
Bookworms love this movie for the old-fashioned bookstore and literary references, and everyone else loves it for the romance! Oh, and it’s got an absolutely killer soundtrack of oldies, too.
3. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)
PG / 6.6 IMDB / 76% RT
Nia Vardalos stars in this huge hit from the early 2000s, and it’s so easy to see why she made it an instant classic!
Ian Miller is simply a man head over heels with the love of his life Toula, the unmarried daughter of a very big, very Greek family. What he doesn’t know is that by marrying her, he is also marrying her family, too.
Whether you’re Greek or not, you’ll adore this hilarious and refreshing story of true love and the comedies of family life.
One of the most beloved clean rom coms of all time.
4. Wedding Season (2022)
PG / 6.3 IMDB / 87% RT
Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. That’s Asha’s life. But the tides slowly turn in her and brother-of-a-friend Ravi’s favor, but not before some punchy and fun drama ensues.
This Netflix original takes a tried and true rom-com formula and freshens it up a bit with the addition of Indian families and the pressures that come with.
Sure, it may be predictable but we never said we wanted a shock ending!
5. Father of the Bride (1991)
PG / 6.5 IMDB / 70% RT
Kimberly Williams and Steve Martin (plus a lot more!) lead this heartwarming film that isn’t just about finding true love, it’s also the sweet tale of a dad who is not quite ready to let go of his little girl just yet.
A cult classic that even the ardent rom-com hater will get a good chuckle (and maybe even a good cry) out of.
6. Groundhog Day (1993)
PG / 8.1 IMDB / 94% RT
Bill Murray always has us in stitches, and Groundhog Day reminds us why! Such a totally original story, with great punchlines, and a charming romance that will have you grinning ear to ear.
Billy Murray leads the cast as a cynical TV weatherman who finds himself trapped living the same day over and over again in a small town. Funnily enough, the way he finds to cure his predicament is with a little romance.
7. The Parent Trap (1998)
PG / 6.6 IMDB / 86% RT
Lindsay Lohan was such a stellar little actress in this remake of the Haley Mills classic film! She plays not one, but both twin sisters with such delight and freshness.
With a little help of an awesome and hilarious supporting cast, she is able to pair her previously divorced parents (played by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson) back together for another chance at everlasting love.
A great family film that isn’t heavy on the romance, but has enough to keep you cheering. Not to mention it gets top marks for our list of wholesome romance movies.
8. Moonstruck (1987)
PG / 7.1 IMDB / 93% RT
Cher and a very young Nic Cage take the screen in this classic romantic comedy! With their off the charts chemistry and delightfully quirky characters, you’ll fall in love all over again.
The fated tale of a young, widowed Italian-American (Cher) and the love that grows between her and her new fiancé’s younger brother (Nic Cage), Moonstruck is just one of those overall, feel good romantic movies that you and your pookie will love.
9. Princess Diaries (2001)
G / 6.4 IMDB / 68% RT
If you’re looking for clean chick flicks, you won’t go wrong with The Princess Diaries.
Equally as much a coming-of-age tale as it is a romance, this modern fairytale follows Mia, an average American teenage girl who suddenly discovers she’s not so average, but—in fact—a princess.
Julie Andrews is charming as the Queen in this beloved family film! A young Anne Hathaway is the perfect lead with her quirks, clumsiness, and sense of adventure as she learns to become a princess her grandmother can be proud of.
10. Dog Days (2018)
PG / 6.2 IMDB / 75% RT
Do you love dogs? Love rom-coms? Love Vanessa Hudgens? Look no further than this little-known gem of a tale!
The lives and loves of four endearing characters are brought together by none other than their beloved pooches in this sweet and endearing romance film.
Watch with your beloved canine for a perfect way to spend an afternoon!
11. No Reservations (2007)
PG / 6.3 IMDB / 62% RT
The only thing I like better than a good movie, is one with a lot of delicious looking food!
In a classic tale of rivalry to romance, New York City Master Chef Kate Armstrong butts heads with her new sous chef — but not for long!
This cute film stars Catherine Zeta Jones, and is a great bet when you want to be inspired.
12. Runaway Bride (1999)
PG / 5.6 IMDB / 53% RT
Julia Roberts… has she ever made a bad movie?!
This quirky flick from 1999 reminds us why she’s the queen of rom-coms. From her facial expressions, to her witty one-liners and unusual heroine, her role as the pretty little bride with perpetually cold feet makes this one of those really good romance movies you’ll want to watch again and again and again.
Ignore the middling ratings from the movie review sites. This is one of the best clean rom-coms on our entire list, in my oh-so humble opinion.
Best Clean Romance Movies
These wholesome romantic movies will get you in the feels. Get out the popcorn, chocolates, and tissues!
13. A Walk to Remember (2002)
PG / 7.3 IMDB / 78% RT
Want to sniffle a little at the ending of a great movie? Tired of the ho-hum happily ever afters? A Walk to Remember has all the swoon worthy romance you need, plus a healthy dose of real life and unique characters.
A not-so-average story of young love in small town America, Mandy Moore and Shane West share surprisingly great on-screen chemistry in this sweet story.
14. Return to Me (2000)
PG / 6.9 IMDB / 79% RT
This is another one we quote constantly around my house!
David Duchuvony and Minnie Driver are absolute perfection in this hilarious and heartfelt tale about a heart transplant survivor and the grieving widower who doesn’t know their connection. And the supporting cast is flawless!
15. I Still Believe (2020)
PG / 6.4 IMDB / 98% RT
Yearning for a based-on-a-true-story tale that will inspire you and let your heart soar? Look no further than this touching movie!
I Still Believe recounts the story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp and his personal trials of love, loss and regained hope.
16. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
PG / 6.8 IMDB / 75% RT
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan once again lead the pack when it comes to rom-com chemistry in this instant classic!
Tom Hanks plays Sam Baldwin, a widower and father of a young son who moves to Seattle to start fresh. Through a varied series of events, long distance romance blossoms between him and reporter Annie Reed.
Recipient of a Golden Globe award for best picture, Pacific Northwest lovers will adore the scenery and everyone will root for their favorite movie couple.
17. Mostly Martha (2001)
PG / 7.2 IMDB / 92% RT
Another one with not only great chemistry and fun, but a lot of yummy looking food preparation to boot!
Focused around top chef Martha Klein and how she handles the upsets of life and love, this cute tale has some epic romance, lots of laughs, and an exciting, unique storyline that isn’t your normal.
18. Shall We Dance? (1996)
PG / 7.7 IMDB / 91% RT
This flick will make you want to dust off your dancing shoes and enroll you and your partner in a class asap!
Richard Gere plays a successful, though bored, lawyer who decides to shake up his life a touch by enrolling in a ballroom class on a whim.
A sweet and darling tale that will be your new favorite flick, we’re just certain of it. Who doesn’t love Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez? Not to mention Stanley Tucci and Susan Sarandon?
19. The Love Letter (1998)
TVG / 7.2 IMDB / 78% RT
The Love Letter is an under-seen TV movie that hits all the right romantic notes, while staying completely G-rated.
The story revolves around Campbell Scott’s character, a college professor who finds a love letter from the 19th century in an antique desk he purchased. The letter was written by a woman named Elizabeth to her lover, and Stanton quickly becomes obsessed with discovering the identities of the two people and what became of their relationship.
The Love Letter is a heartwarming and captivating tale of love and passion, and is one of the best romance movies to show the enduring power of the written word.
20. The Lunchbox (2013)
PG / 7.8 IMDB / 97% RT
Need something isn’t your typical Hollywood, oh-so predictable rom-com? Then you’ll love The Lunchbox! A big winner at all the Indie festivals, this one will warm your heart and make you feel all the feels.
Centered around lonely housewife Ila and a delivery mixup with big silver lining, this heartwarming, feel-good flick is a perfect choice for a night in.
21. A Love Song (2022)
PG / 6.8 IMDB / 95% RT
Tired of all the young whippersnappers getting all the lead roles in romance movies? Then you’ll love this truly unusual and absolutely wonderful film starring the incomparable Wes Studi and Dale Dickey.
An old flame, breathtaking Colorado scenery, and untapped emotions fill this cinematic spectacle that will charm and delight you and your snookums.
22. Truly Madly Deeply (1990)
PG / 7.2 IMDB / 88% RT
Even die-hard Alan Rickman fans (haha! See what I did there?) have forgotten this hidden gem of a film from 1990.
British humor and realism are a winner here, especially when you’re used to the polished and not-very-realistic stuff that Hollywood puts out.
23. This Beautiful Fantastic (2016)
PG / 6.9 IMDB / 75% RT
At first you won’t hardly recognize the evil Moriarty from Sherlock, but once you realize Andrew Scott isn’t out to burn you, you’ll relax into one of the most charming movies ever made!
Jessica Brown Findlay is a gem and you can tell she reveled in playing such a unique and quirky character. An underrated film that more than earns its place on our list of best clean romance movies
24. Penelope (2006)
PG / 6.7 IMDB / 73% RT
A delightful story that turns fairy tales on their heads!
Christina Ricci loves to play unique and different characters, despite her beauty and poise. This role where she plays Penelope, a girl under a curse to have a pig nose, is no exception!
25. Finding You (2020)
PG / 6.4 IMDB / 91% RT
Want a coming-of-age story with beautiful scenery? Hey, we were talking about Ireland, not Jedidiah Goodacre. Although we admit he has a beautiful face! A great rom-com to watch as a mom/daughter movie date.
Rose Reid plays Finley Sinclair, a young musician studying for a term abroad. Little does she know that both her heart and her music will be transformed by the people she meets in the cozy Irish B&B at which she is staying.
26. Letters to Juliet (2010)
PG / 6.5 IMDB / 62% RT
Need to swoon a little? Craving total romance with a poet’s heart? Then you’ll love this movie starring the gorgeous Amanda Seyfried.
The beauty of Verona, Italy, long lost lovers, and lots and lots of charm abound in this sweet film which also stars Tony Award winner Venessa Redgrave.
27. Sense and Sensibility (1995)
PG / 7.7 IMDB / 97% RT
More Alan Rickman? We’ll take it! Emma Thompson — Queen Emma as I like to call her — leads the way in this gorgeously done Austen movie.
Practically perfect in every way, and definitely a perfect pick for your movie night.
28. Persuasion (1995)
PG / 8.3 IMDB / 87% RT
Forget the dreadful remake of 2023 and stick with this classic adaptation of the beloved Jane Austen tale of a slow burning love!
Revel in the costuming and the scenery as you root for Anne and Captain Wentworth to finally end up together in this stunning period drama.
29. Pride & Prejudice (2005)
PG / 7.8 IMDB / 89% RT
Keira Knightley’s portrayal of the spunky Lizzie Bennet makes it an instant classic, and the rest of the cast is wonderful (and star studded!) as well. A magnificent feast for the eyes, too, with the costuming and scenery.
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30. Shadowlands (1993)
PG / 7.4 IMDB / 97% RT
When is Anthony Hopkins going to make a bad movie? Not in this lifetime, it seems!
This beautiful movie tells the true story of C.S. Lewis finding the love of his life after decades of being a confirmed bachelor. The historical, romantic drama is beautifully filmed, achingly sweet, and will heartrendingly illustrate the meaning of true love.
31. Little Women (1994)
PG / 6.8 IMDB / 93% RT
Winona Ryder leads the way in this perfectly cast movie, based on the beloved novel by Louisa May Alcott.
You’ll love the adventures, the lessons, the costumes, the humor, and it has just the right amount of romance to make your heart flutter. We can’t recommend this one highly enough, and it’s definitely one of our top best clean romance movies.
32. Love Comes Softly (2003)
PG / 7.2 IMDB / 87% RT
Need a super clean flick to watch with your daughters? You’ll all adore Love Comes Softly!
Based on the book by Janette Oke, this sweet romance is set in the days of the Oregon Trail. After a young, newly married woman faces the tragedy of the loss of her husband, necessity forces her into a new marriage where she comes to learn the true meaning of love.
33. Belle (2013)
PG / 7.3 IMDB / 85% RT
Get swept away in this little known gem of a movie!
Inspired by a true story, Belle tells the tale of the young, mixed-race daughter of a navy admiral who helps turn the tides in the campaign against slavery in 19th century Britain. Epic scenes and lush, rich content make this historical epic a real winner.
34. Bright Star (2009)
PG / 6.9 IMDB / 83% RT
Finding a love story like the one poet John Keats had with his Fanny Brawne is no small feat! Set just after the turn of the 19th century near the end of Keats’s life, this epic tale will sweep you off of your feet and have you believing in true love again.
35. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)
TV-14 / 7.3 IMDB / 81% RT
Based on one of my favorite books ever, this wonderful movie (with a regrettable title IMO) is a must see!
Part history lesson (don’t worry, you won’t be bored) and part inspirational tale, you’ll leave the couch ready to make history of your own.
36. Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991)
G / 7.3 IMDB / 80% RT
Another great pick for a mom and daughter movie night, Sarah, Plain and Tall is just a gem of cinematic history.
A sweet story that will have you cheering, there’s enough romance to give you the feels, without being cheesy or giving secondhand embarrassment.
37. The Young Victoria (2009)
PG / 7.2 IMDB / 76% RT
A film I will watch again and again, The Young Victoria is one of those movies that draws you in and makes you feel like you are living history. No boredom to be found here!
The Young Victoria is a great film for both history buffs and lovers of period dramas.
38. Becoming Jane (2007)
PG / 7.0 IMDB / 74% RT
Every wonder if the girl who penned the greatest classic romance novels of all time had a chance at her own love story? Find out, with Becoming Jane!
It’s not so different from many of her own fictional musings, really. An arranged, loveless marriage for wealth; a penniless yet dashing suitor full of love… A little bit of swoon with a lot of heart, you won’t want to miss a single second.
39. Emma (1996)
PG / 6.6 IMDB / 84% RT
Kate Beckinsale is a darling Emma, with her pretty face and sharp tongue! A great intro into the world of Jane Austen, Emma is funny and sweet and full of witty banter.
Even if you’ve never read or seen an Austen romance, this film will be a delight. One of the best clean romance movies in the period genre, for sure.
40. The Importance of Being Earnest (2002)
PG / 6.8 IMDB / 72% RT
“CAAAAAAAKE!” This movie has so many great lines and is so utterly witty, you’ll be both delighted and sad when it ends.
Quick to have its audience rolling with laughter, this movie adaption of the famous play centers around John Worthing, a charming young man who creates a fictitious brother as an excuse to escape social pressures and obligations.
“To lose one parent, Mr. Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune. To lose both looks like carelessness.”
More Period Romance Movies
- Emma. (2020, Anya Taylor-Joy)
- Love & Friendship (2016, Kate Beckinsale)
- Mr. Malcolm’s List (2022)
- Under the Greenwood Tree (2005)
- Washington Square (1997)
- Wives and Daughters (1999)
Classic Romance Movies
41. Casablanca (1942)
PG / 8.5 IMDB / 99% RT
If you ask true movie buffs what the best film in history is, chances are you’re going to hear a resounding Casablanca!
This classic and gorgeously shot flick stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in two of the most iconic roles to ever grace the silver screen.
“Here’s looking at you kid.”
42. The Shop Around the Corner (1940)
NR / 8.0 IMDB / 99% RT
You had us at Jimmy Stewart! This fun story hits all the right notes and will have you cheering for the two reluctant lovers.
In a classic “enemies to lovers” type scenario, Alfred and Klara are co-workers with a lot of beef between them. Little do they know, the pen pals they both pour their hearts out to are none other than each other.
43. It Happened One Night (1934)
NR / 8.1 IMDB / 98% RT
Claudette Colbert was such a talent and It Happened One Night shows us why.
Colbert plays an impetuous and feisty young heiress determined to do things her way. And boy, does she! This hilarious story is so funny and witty, you’ll forget you’re watching a black and white film from 1934.
44. The Philadelphia Story (1940)
NR / 7.9 IMDB / 100% RT
Another black and white classic that holds up today absolutely! Where do you even start with a tale like this?
Hepburn plays Tracy Lord, a stubborn yet beautiful Philadelphia socialite caught between her affections for three equally charming men: her ex-husband, her fiancé, and a moxie-filled reporter.
This funny tale, which also stars the lovable Jimmy Stewart and Cary Grant, will have you in stitches.
The musical adaptation of this film High Society, featuring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra, is also a must-see.
45. His Girl Friday (1940)
NR / 7.8 IMDB / 99% RT
Cary Grant does it again as a hilarious leading man! A classic story of a man determined to win his ex-wife back no matter what!
I mean, when she’s about to give up her life of excitement and adventure for that of a boring insurance salesman’s wife, what else is he to do?
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46. Roman Holiday (1953)
NR / 8.0 IMDB / 95% RT
Was there anyone more beautiful and lovely than Audrey Hepburn? We think not! She’s at her best in Roman Holiday, opposite the always wonderful Gregory Peck.
An original, modern fairytale that will have you laughing and maybe even reaching for the tissues at the end.
47. Bringing Up Baby (1938)
NR / 7.8 IMDB / 95% RT
When you want a little slapstick humor and some fabulous witty banter, you’ll be entranced with the hysterical Bringing Up Baby! The shenanigans that leads Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn go through in this hilarious romp include everything from a misplaced dinosaur bone to a missing pet leopard…
A total classic that everyone of all ages will love.
48. The 39 Steps (1935)
NR / 7.6 IMDB / 96% RT
Want an intro to Alfred Hitchcock films without being too scared or scarred? The 39 Steps is a great way to get your feet wet!
The 39 Steps features one of Hitch’s favorite plot devices, “the wrong man on the run.” This time, the young man ends up handcuffed to a lady who is convinced he’s a desperate criminal — but can he convince her of his innocence before she betrays him to the crooked officials chasing after him?
Big on adventure, thrills, humor, and, yes, romance too, this is an early classic from the master of suspense.
Other Hitchcock movies big on romance include Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, Notorious, and The Lady Vanishes.
49. Sabrina (1954)
NR / 7.6 IMDB / 93% RT
A lovely old-Hollywood tale that isn’t too saccharine-sweet, Sabrina tells the tale of a darling and beautiful girl being fought over by her long time crush David Larrabee (William Holden) and his straight-laced, businessman older brother Linus (Humphrey Bogart). What a lucky girl, but who will win out in the end?
The 1995 remake with Harrison Ford is also clean and well worth seeing.
50. Gone with the Wind (1939)
NR / 8.2 IMDB / 92% RT
Learning about the Civil War never seemed so lush and inviting as it does with Gone With the Wind! This classic movie holds up and stands the test of time.
It’s hard to believe they did it all in 1939, before CGI and special effects, but the reason it all works is because of the romance and excellent acting at the heart of the film.
51. Holiday (1938)
NR / 7.7 IMDB / 100% RT
Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant do it again with the hilarious and oh-so fun Holiday!
Stuffy millionaires, socialites and suitors with a bit too much wanderlust take center stage in this cute romp. You’ll get a kick out of their antics and their perfect comedic timing.
52. Ninotchka (1939)
NR / 7.8 IMDB / 97% RT
Laugh along with Greta Garbo in Ninotchka!
You’ll be totally entranced and sucked into the funny and heartfelt tale of a Soviet diplomat who is very reluctantly warmed, charmed, and falling in love with her rival, the carefree bachelor Count Leon d’Algout.
53. The African Queen (1951)
PG / 7.7 IMDB / 96% RT
Such heart in this movie! And great one-liners, as well.
When her missionary brother is killed in WW1 Africa, Rose Sayer (Katherine Hepburn) is left at the mercy of no-fuss riverboat captain Charlie (Humphrey Bogart). The war between them is honestly more of a threat than that with the Germans as they make their journey toward safety (and love).
This movie is a classic for a reason, and you’ll forget you’re watching an “old” movie. Every age will fall in love with it!
54. Marty (1955)
NR / 7.7 IMDB / 96% RT
Who says you can’t find true love in middle age? This adorable, acclaimed story stars Martin Landau as a bachelor butcher who falls for a teacher. But will he hearken to his heart or the discouragement of his family?
55. All That Heaven Allows (1955)
NR / 7.6 IMDB / 91% RT
Jane Wyman plays a determined “cougar” long before the term was coined in this fun romantic movie! Rock Hudson plays her groundskeeper who is much younger than herself.
Will their ages (and social criticism) stop them from finding love?
56. West Side Story (1951)
NR / 7.6 IMDB / 92% RT
Need some music and jazz hands in your romance movie selection? We’ve got you with the classic West Side Story!
Based on Shakespeare’s tragic tale, this film stars Natalie Woods and she won’t leave you with a dry eye in the house!
The recent remake was also quite wonderful.
57. The Quiet Man (1952)
NR / 7.7 IMDB / 91% RT
A classic rom-com that stars John Wayne and Maureen O-Hara, this is my dad’s favorite and for good reason! It’s silly and fun, full of lush scenery (and Maureen’s red hair!) and is super quotable, too.
58. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
NR / 7.6 IMDB / 91% RT
We can’t get enough of this ‘60s tale: from the fashion to the cars to the makeup to, well, everything!
Audrey Hepburn plays Holly Golightly, a hill-billy turned New York socialite running from a difficult past and a not-so-amiable present. When she meets Paul Varjak, a young man that moves into her brownstone, her life is turned upside down as he attempts to domesticate her.
It’s not really a rom-com in the truest sense, it’s more of a dramady, if you will.
59. Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
NR / 7.3 IMDB / 89% RT
The only thing better than a great love story is one set at Christmas time, right?
Christmas in Connecticut hits all the right notes and will leave you feeling full of hope, no matter the season. This fun story, filled with lots of witty one-liners and sweet (yet not overbearing) romance, will leave you with lots of life lessons, too.
Particularly not to believe everything you read in the papers…
60. An Affair to Remember (1957)
NR / 7.4 IMDB / 87% RT
If you love Sleepless in Seattle, then you have to watch the film it was loosely based on (and they even reference it)!
This sweeping film is such a treat to watch, and Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr sparkle in their leading roles. You’ll be sad (and maybe a bit sniffly) when it ends!
More Classic Romance Movies
- Anchors Aweigh (1945, Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly)
- Desk Set (1957, Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn)
- Easy Living (1937, Jean Aurthur, written by Preston Sturges)
- The Enchanted Cottage (1945, Dorothy McGuire)
- Funny Face (1957, Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire)
- My Fair Lady (1964, Rex Harrison, Audrey Hepburn)
- Trouble in Paradise (1932, directed by Ernst Lubitsch)
PG Romance Movies
Here’s a great big list of PG-rated romantic films! This list is much more extensive than the “best clean romance movies” featured above, so you might find some are hit or miss (though we haven’t included any real bombs, pinky promise)!
- A Cinderella Story (2004, Hilary Duff)
- Beauty and the Beast (2017, Emma Watson)
- Becoming Jane (2007, Anne Hathaway)
- Bed of Roses (1996, Christian Slater)
- Bride Wars (2009, Anne Hathaway)
- Cairo Time (2009, Patricia Clarkson)
- Cinderella (2015, Lily James)
- Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009, Isla Fisher)
- Dance with Me (1998, Vanessa Williams)
- Dancing at Lughnasa (1998, Meryl Streep)
- The Decoy Bride (2011, David Tennant)
- Downton Abbey (2019, written by Julian Fellowes)
- Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022)
- Ella Enchanted (2004, Anne Hathaway)
- Enchanted (2007, Amy Adams)
- The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain (1995, Hugh Grant)
- Faith, Hope & Love (2019, Peta Murgatroyd)
- Fireproof (2008, Kirk Cameron)
- Flipped (2010, directed by Rob Reiner)
- Forever My Girl (2018, Alex Roe)
- God Bless the Broken Road (2018, Matthew Derek Davis)
- High Strung (2016, Keenan Kampa)
- Ice Castles (1978, and also the 2010 remake)
PG Romance Movies Cont.
- Infinity (1996, Matthew Broderick)
- I.Q. (1994, Meg Ryan, Tim Robbins)
- It Could Happen to You (1994, Nicolas Cage)
- Jane Eyre (1996, William Hurt)
- The Lake House (2006, Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock)
- The Last Song (2010, Miley Cyrus, LIam Hemsworth)
- Leap Year (2010, Amy Adams)
- The Lightkeepers (2009, Richard Dreyfuss)
- Little Manhattan (2005, Josh Hutcherson)
- Little Women (2019, Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh)
- Lovely, Still (2008, Martin Landau)
- Miss Potter (2006, Renee Zellweger)
- New in Town (2009, Renee Zellweger)
- New Life (2016, Jonathan Patrick Moore)
- One Fine Day (1996, George Clooney)
- One Night with the King (2006, Omar Sharif)
- The Prince & Me (2004, Julia Stiles)
- Raise Your Voice (2004, Hilary Duff)
- The Remains of the Day (1993, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson)
- Resort to Love (2021, Christina Milian)
- Sabrina (1995, Harrison Ford)
- Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005, America Ferrera)
- Somewhere in Time (1980, Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour)
- Sweet Land (2005, note that there is brief backside nudity in the version streaming on Netflix, but none in the DVD version)
- Tuck Everlasting (2002, Alexis Bledel)
- Twelfth Night (1996, William Shakespeare)
- The Ultimate Gift (2006, Abigail Breslin)
- What a Girl Wants (2003, Amanda Bynes)