While she cruises potential boyfriends for her girlfriends, she struggles to figure out her relationships. However, this standout 2005 romantic comedy did teach us the Q-tip dance, and we can all be thankful for that.
Everyone you’d expect (Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader) co-stars.—Josh Jackson 48.
Smith’s comedic chemistry with Kevin James is showcased when Hitch teaches Albert how to move it on the dance floor. You’ve Got Mail Year: 1998 Director: Nora Ephron The quintessential tech-based romantic comedy.
If any studio executives decide to make a sequel, we suggest you take Aziz Ansariadvice: “Hitch 2 ending – Girl: I’m a girl & need Hitch-esque advice! Rivals away from the computer screen, characters Joe and Kathleen (Tom Hanksand Meg Ryan) unknowingly fall in love with each other via an email relationship and humorously deal with a number of common online dating issues.
Plus, you can’t help but smile whenever Martin’s prosthetic nose shows up on screen.—Anita George 44.
10 Things I Hate About You Year: 1999 Director: Gil Junger Inspired by William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, the 1999 teen comedy places Katherina and Perturchio into modern times as feminist Kat and bad boy Patrick, the breakout roles for Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger.