1. Romeo + Juliet (1996) Shakespeare's ultimate classic depicts the impossible love of Romeo and Juliet. The young Juliet is of Capulet blood and therefore, Romeo's family arch enemy. Society and destiny don't allow their match, which ends with a simple, yet tragic, mistake with a poison bottle. Believing Juliet is dead, Romeo commits suicide by drinking the venom. The death of Romeo ultimately kills Juliet, as sorrow makes her take her own life as well. The story is the classic epitome of true young love and a must-see movie for romance fans.
2.Titanic (1997) Rose, a young aristocrat girl, accidentally meets Jack, a poor artist, aboard the legendary British passenger liner RMS Titanic. Both from different worlds, but with a passion for the simple things in life, they fall in love and become secretive starcrossed lovers. One of the most tragic maritime disasters in modern history is told through the story of this impossible young couple, making it one of the saddest love stories to be portrayed on screen.
3. The Notebook (2004) Allie and Noah meet and fall in love at a tender age. Social discrepancies and different paths lead them astray, but they manage to rekindle their love again as adults. Noah rediscovers Allie, who is engaged to another man, but he decides to fight for his old love. Their troubled, fiery passion in a love/hate relationship seems to prevail, despite all obstacles. The Notebook is a classic and powerful romance story that depicts the ultimate soulmate love.