As Valentine’s Day is approaching, what better way to get into the loving spirit than to watch a good rom com! Here we will be listing our fave five romantic comedies of the 2000’s. And guys, we made our picks with both you and the ladies in mind.

The Break Up – 2006

This celebrity filled film is bound to be a movie that you can watch with your significant other (or alone), and you will both enjoy. With the plot line of a break up, this is not your typical rom com and with the main characters being the beautiful Jennifer Aniston and the hilarious Vince Vaughn, this movie is a must see that will never get old.

The Sweetest Thing – 2003

With the cast of Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate and Selma Blair, it is fair to say that this movie is filled with some raunchy humor and some plot twists. Ultimately coming together for the happy ending that everyone is looking for.

The Proposal – 2009

The classic plot of going from hating each other to falling in love, along with the humorous cast of Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds, and Betty White makes this movie a must on our fave five list.

500 Days of Summer – 2009

This independent production that premiered at the Sundance Festival quickly became hit. The not so classic plot of Tom (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt) being the one in deep infatuation with Summer (Zooey Deschanel), and Summer being the blasé one of the two, with a silver-lining ending that gives hope to all of those singles out there makes this movie one of our favorites.

How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days – 2003

When a journalist, played by Kate Hudson, and a notorious lady’s man, played by Matthew McConaughey, are catch between her job which needs her to ditch him and him keeping a bet which needs him to keep her, somehow love finds its way in. This makes for a romantic comedy that you can watch over and over again.

Romantic Comedies of the 2000’s

And that completes our Fave Five list of romantic comedies of the 2000’s. Hope they get you into the Valentine’s Day spirit.

Francisco Macia

Francisco Macia is a staff writer for OC Foodie Fest. He is an Orange County native from Mission Viejo.He enjoys attending many events in Orange County and discovering new restaurants, bars and cool places in Orange County. When he's not writing, Francisco can be found body boarding at the beach or playing basketball with friends.

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