A Romance is a popular genre of film and books. The narrative of a romance usually rests on the main character finding love or of couples finding a way to be together against all the odds. They can sometimes be a bit cheesy to watch, and you do question how the characters (usually women) seem to throw everything away for what they view as love. This has changed in recent years and romances often show the complexities of falling in love with someone. Sometimes romances can be quite nice because they can make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
True love means that a love is strong and long-lasting between spouses or lovers that are in a happy, passionate, and fulfilling relationship. True love means loving your partner unconditionally and without judgement. True love encompasses love, trust, responsibility, happiness, compromises, and respect. Some people debate about the existence of true love while others says that it only happens once in a lifetime.
The greatest love stories of all time inspire audiences and fill hearts with hope and joy. Some of the greatest love stories of all time are Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, and The Thorn Birds by Coleen McCullough are also considered some of the greatest love stories of all time.
The common elements of a romantic comedy are that the main couple meets in an interesting way within the first 10 to 20 minutes of the movie, they are typically polar opposites, and have a problem that everyone in the audience can easily understand. Other elements of romantic comedies are that they feature friends in which the main character relies on and also have a happy ending that shows the characters overcoming the main problem.