What Is Your Favorite Romantic Movie Of All Time?

It’s the month of love once again, and I’m pretty sure you’re excited to learn how February plays out in terms of your love life!

For this month’s edition of The Voice of the Teachers, here’s the question that we asked the EGB authors:

What is your favorite romantic movie of all time?

This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the EGB authors, specifically on what their personal preferences are when it comes to watching romantic films.

one more chance

Engr. Mark Rotor

My most favorite romantic movie is One More Chance starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo. It’s one of the few Filipino films that I really enjoy. The story line is very good! It’s a romantic movie that would melt your heart and also sometimes break it. It shows the in’s and out’s of a relationship and the couple struggles to work it out. Life is all about second chances which this movie truly proves. Sometimes we don’t see the good in people unless we let them go. I remember reading an old saying “If you love something, let it go. If it comes back to you, it’s yours forever. If it doesn’t, then it was never meant to be.” Lastly, I can relate with the character Popoy since he’s an engineer! :D

pride and prejudice

Engr. Leah de Castro

I love watching romantic films! This is why it is so difficult to choose which one is my all-time favorite. I have been thinking over this for the past couple of days and I would probably go for Pride and Prejudice. I love that the lead female character is courageous and independent, as well as kind and affectionate. I have watched this movie a gazillion times and I would not mind watching it again and again!


Engr. April Salazar

Titanic. Jack and Rose’s story had a remarkable plot and an exciting story line. Yes, I had hoped for a happier ending but I still love it nonetheless. Other than the movie itself, I remember watching it with my closest friends. That made the movie extra memorable. The music was a plus as well.

the wedding singer

Engr. Chito de Castro

I’m a fan of romantic comedies, with special emphasis on the comedic part. That’s why I consider The Wedding Singer as the best romantic film of all time. Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore look cute together in this movie, and I could really feel the heartwarming chemistry between the two. There’s so much to love about this film, aside from the endearing couple — catchy soundtrack (“Grow Old With You”), funny supporting cast, and a whole lot of love.

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