The Notebook is one of the best movies ever

The Notebook is one of the best movies ever ...

The Notebook is still one of the most popular romantic dramas of all time, with a large following that has lasted until today.

The film is inspired by a 1996 novel of the same name, which follows a wealthy girl named Allie who falls in love with a poor man named Noah, but their relationship suffers due to social and financial differences.

The Notebook received mixed critical reviews, but it became a smash hit among consumers, and is widely credited for catapulting lead actors Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams to mainstream success. The film received eight Teen Choice Awards, among other nominations and awards, and was a major box office success.

If You're a sappy romantic in search of stomach-turning love stories, there are many romantic dramas out there that offer some of the thrills of The Notebook while maintaining their own originality. Here are ten films you'll enjoy if Allie and Noah's relationship tugs at your heartstrings.

The Lucky One

The Lucky One might not have enthralled many critics, but it was a smash hit with listeners and became a box office sensation. Zac Efron plays a US Marine named Logan Thibault, who searches for a woman he saw in a photo, believing she was his good luck charm. Taylor Schilling plays Beth Green, the woman in the photograph, and the couple develop a romantic bond.

The Titanic

The iconic Titanic is at the core of several romantic dramas and, like the 1997 classic, requires little to no introduction, stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio as Rose and Jack, two people from different backgrounds who begin a romantic relationship aboard the titular ship. Still, it has enough to enliven hearts and leave viewers reeling in emotion.

Our Stars Have a Fault

The Fault in Our Stars was a smash hit when it was released in 2014. Hazel Lancaster and Gus Waters play two teenagers who form a romantic bond after meeting at a cancer support group. Together, they travel to Amsterdam to meet a reclusive author.

The Vow

Rachel McAdams delivered another stunning performance alongside Channing Tatum in the romantic drama The Vow, which follows Paige Collins, a woman who suffers amnesia and finds herself in a coma, and her husband Leo works to win her heart all over again. The Vow is still a must-see film for romance enthusiasts everywhere.

Dear John, thank you for putting your life on hold.

Dear John is a 2010 romantic drama starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried in leading roles. After a soldier falls in love with a charming college student, they decide to exchange letters once he returns to war. However, its generic plot did not receive enough praise from critics.

Me Before You

Emilia Clarke played the cheerful, colorful, and optimistic Louisa Clark, who takes care of the tetraplegic Will, played by Sam Clafin, in a role that she deemed to be entirely different from her Game of Thrones counterpart. Both performances received high praise.

The Longest Ride

The Longest Ride, a 2015 Western romantic drama based on a novel of the same name, follows Luke, a former bull rider who falls in love with Sophia, a wealthy girl who dreams of moving to New York. While it may not have hit all the goals, it's nonetheless a delightful watch.

It's About Time!

Rachel McAdams is returning for another crossover romantic drama, this time Around Time. The film follows Tim Lake, played by Domhnall Gleeson, a man who is unable to change his past, and he exploits the opportunity to win over Mary.

The Best of Me

The Best of Me is a tearjerker of a romantic drama about a gathering that brings Dawson and Amanda back together after 20 years apart. Life separates the two high school sweethearts, but sparks begin to ignite when they are reunited. Both actors have received glowing reviews.

Memories to Me

Remember Me is another emotional romantic comedy that captivated many viewers in the 2010s. It focuses on the friendship between Tyler and Ally, two new lovers who have developed a strong bond over trauma, but must endure more hardship as secrets threaten to break them.