I've never been much for romantic comedies. I find them predictable and—whilst they can be entertaining—many are embarrassing (or, in modern terms: cringy). However, Bride Wars (Gary Winick, 2009) is one film where I find myself putting away my critical side (although, sometimes it creeps up on me).
Peter Jackson's 2005 King Kong remake of the 1933 original centers on seeking beauty and love in an ugly, unfair world. The narrative explores the damage of greed, and the different approaches to fear.
Grease (Randal Kleiser, 1978) will forever hold the title of My All-Time Favourite Film. To me, it's much more than a story of how the guy gets the girl, with a handful of catchy songs.