Watching a movie with the person you love has become a modern ritual in the dating world. You simply curl up, get comfortable, and bond over a wonderful story. There are innumerable genres to choose from these types of situations, but one of the most popular date night film categories has unquestionably become the romantic comedy genre.

With that in mind, the romantic comedy genre has definitely become insanely crowded over the years. To help figure to discern the cream of the crop, the folks at EliteSingles have conducted a survey to find out what romantic comedies their users actually like. Some of these films are more romantic, while others are more comedic, but all of them hold the honor of being bona fide rom-coms. Without further ado, let's get the ball rolling with a 2009 collaboration between Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler.

The ugly truth

10. The Ugly Truth

The ugly truth of modern love is the fact that men and women are fundamentally different beings who want different things out of their relationships. That's the overarching premise of 2009's The Ugly Truth, and the film uses Abby Richter (Katherine Heigl) and Mike Chadway (Gerard Butler) as avatars to explore the deeper philosophy of gender differences. The poster of the movie says it all: women think with their brains, and men think with something much, much lower.

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