A Definitive Ranking Of 90s Romantic Comedies

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Nothing compares to the lighthearted fun romantic comedies gave us in the 90s. These movies prove to us that a successful love story is never easy to come by. Plus, a little bit (or a lot) of love drama never really hurt anyone!

We've made a list of some of our favorite 90s romantic comedies. These films are perfect to watch while snuggling in bed with your bae, or on the couch with your best friends and some wine.

Can you think of any of your favorite 90s romantic comedies? We bet some of them will pop up on this list. Go ahead and sort through them, voting for all your favorites. Love is in the air!

  • Can't Hardly Wait

    Community Score: 1
    Can't Hardly Wait via Columbia Pictures

    Can't Hardly Wait is a teen romance comedy that follows everyone from the math geeks, to the football stars, to the beauty queens as they wreak havoc at a local party.

  • Sleepless In Seattle

    Community Score: 1
    Sleepless in Seattle via TriStar Pictures

    After Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) loses his wife, his son takes matters into his own hands to help his father find love again. Although he's living in Seattle, he catches the eye of a curious Baltimore woman over the radio.

  • 10 Things I Hate About You

    Community Score: 1
    10 Things I Hate About You via Buena Vista Pictures

    Bianca Stratford (Larisa Oleynik) isn't allowed to date until her older sister, Kat (Julia Stiles) finds love. Bianca makes a last-ditch effort by setting her sister up with the handsome Patrick Verona (Heath Ledger).

  • Clueless

    Community Score: 1
    Clueless via Paramount Pictures

    When a rich high school girl, Cher (Alicia Silverstone) gives her seemingly hopeless peer, Tai (Brittany Murphy) a makeover, she doesn't expect her to surpass her in popularity. Meanwhile, Cher falls for her ex-stepbrother, causing a whole world of drama.

  • Runaway Bride

    Community Score: 1
    Runaway Bride via Paramount Pictures

    Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) has been on a roll after leaving three men at the altar. Ike Graham (Richard Gere) is a journalist who is intrigued by Maggie for a story, but winds up falling in love with her.

  • The Wedding Singer

    Community Score: 0
    The Wedding Singer via Buena VIsta Pictures

    Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler), is a wedding singer whose world is turned upside down when he falls for a woman whose wedding he's hired to sing at.

  • There's Something About Mary

    Community Score: -1
    There's Something About Mary via 20th Century Fox

    Ted (Ben Stiller) hires someone to track down Mary (Cameron Diaz), his dream prom date in high school in order to trick her into dating him.

  • American Pie

    Community Score: -1
    American Pie via Universal Pictures

    A group of friends who believe they are plagued with the reputation of eternal virginity decide to finally take action.

  • Drive Me Crazy

    Community Score: -1
    Drive Me Crazy via 20th Century Fox

    Drive Me Crazy tells the story of Nicole (Melissa Joan Hart) and Chase (Adrian Grenier), next door neighbors who plot to date each other to make other people jealous. However, nothing really goes as planned.

  • Picture Perfect

    Community Score: -1
    Picture Perfect via 20th Century Fox

    Kate Mosley (Jennifer Aniston) shows her boss a photo of her and an acquaintance, claiming him to be her fiancé. When her boss asks to meet him, she must track him down and convince him to help her.

  • Pretty Woman

    Community Score: -2
    "Pretty Woman" via Buena Vista Pictures

    Pretty Woman tells the story of an unlikely romance between a prostitute, Vivian (Julia Roberts) and a wealthy businessman, Edward (Richard Gere).