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Valentine’s Day Quotes: 10 Totally Romantic Lines from ’80s and ’90s Movies

Movies can have quite an impact on a young impressionable mind. They inspire us in so many ways from how we dress, how we speak, and how we view (and measure) huge life moments, like romance.

So many of us, especially women, look to these totally amazing romantic moments from films as dreams of what we would like to have happen in our lives. Although Hugh Grant, Tom Hanks, or John Cusack may not whisk us off our feet, we have those seconds, minutes and hours where we’re lost in the romance and magic of these movies. So many of us came to age in the ’80s and ’90s, so there are particular moments that really stick with us.

In honor of the day of love, we’ve complied 10 totally romantic lines from ’80s and ’90s movies. Check out these awesome Valentine’s Day quotes right here:

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  • The Princess Bride 2 of 11
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    From: 1987

    It's only three words, but what three words they are!

     

    Photo Source: Amazon - poster available here

  • When Harry Met Sally 3 of 11
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    From: 1989

    The whole movie is about how these friends become so much more. That moment when Harry tells Sally how he feels, well, it's so incredibly sweet and wonderful.

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

  • Say Anything 4 of 11
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    Year: 1989

    Having a man be good at loving you, yeah, that.

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

  • Sleepless in Seattle 5 of 11
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    From: 1993

     

    Sigh, it was so romantic when Tom Hanks' character said: "It was a million tiny little things that, when you added them all up, they meant we were supposed to be together … and I knew it. I knew it the very first time I touched her. It was like coming home. .. only to no home I'd ever known … I was just taking her hand to help her out of a car and I knew. It was like … magic."

     

    Photo Source: Youtube

  • Jerry Maguire 6 of 11
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    Year: 1996

    Renée Zellweger delivers the most powerful and heartfelt line of the entire movie. It wasn't just unforgettable, but it became totally iconic. Kenny Chesney was especially inspired by the line, writing a love song aptly named: "You Had Me at Hello." The fact that Chesney went on to marry and then divorce Zellweger is just pricesless. 

     

    Photo Source: YouTube 

  • My Best Friend’s Wedding 7 of 11
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    From: 1997

    The honesty of this moment when Julia Roberts' character tells her best friend she loves him is so heartbreaking and heavy ... and romantic.

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

  • Titanic 8 of 11
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    From: 1997

    Yes, Titanic is all colors of romantic, but this line is a doozy.

     

    Photo Source: Amazon/ Available here

  • You’ve Got Mail 9 of 11
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    From: 1998

    Love sometimes comes in packages you'd never expect, and in this case, Meg Ryan's character is pleasantly surprised.

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

  • Notting Hill 10 of 11
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     Year: 1999

     There is something so charming, so sweet, so vulnerable of a movie star asking a bookstore owner to love her.

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

  • Bridget Jones’s Diary 11 of 11
    Valentine's Day Quote

    Year: 2001

    Okay, one from this century sneaked in there, but it's such a good one. Don't we all just want people to like us just as we are?

     

    Photo Source: YouTube

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