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5 Best Hollywood Romcoms from the 2000s

Hollywood and moviegoers always have a major thing for romcoms (or romantic comedies). From 2000 through 2010, we were all gifted with some of the finest romcoms as the genre was booming in the market.

No matter how complex the plot might be, most of the romcoms from the 2000s usually have that one thing, the happily ever after ending. And the audiences also always root for such an ending. Romcoms are always easy to enjoy and simply make audiences smile.

To satisfy your imagination of romance, here is our list of ‘5 Best Hollywood Romcoms from the 2000s’ that you can enjoy to celebrate the months that are full of love.

The Proposal (2009)

The Proposal

The combo of Sandra Bullocks and Ryan Reynolds shows plenty of chemistry. The story is pretty simple and quite cliché for a romcom, but it is refreshing and delivers the fun.

Bridget Jones’ Diary (2001)

Bridget Jones’ Diary

Bridget Jones’ Dairy won the heart of audiences as a female protagonist who is looking for love. The comical element is on-point, the plot is sharp and completed with a lively performance.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

The film is a simple and entertaining romantic comedy. The performance is endearing and witty with many funny Greek stereotypes. It has that charming eccentric element that can crack us up.

My Best Friend’s Wedding (2001)

My Best Friend’s Wedding

Julia Roberts shows a charming performance in the film. The story is bright and has great story development. The film is simply fun and entertaining from start to end.

500 Days of Summer (2009)

500 Days of Summer

Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel are that good. They show perfect chemistry despite how their characters are developing.  A true, funny love story that’s not a love story at the same time with various emotional delivery.


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Demon Lord (Editor-in-Chief) of Monster Journal.
Film critics, and pop-culture columnist.
A bachelor in International Relations, and Master's in Public Policy.
Working as a Consultant for Communications and Public Affairs.


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