Valentine's Day: 10 romantic movies to watch

Check out these 10 movies for the holiday

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2. 'The Philadelphia Story'

Try to figure out who ends up together at the end of the 1940 film directed by George Cukor – the movie's final minutes keep you guessing. Rich Philadelphia socialite Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn) is about to marry a businessman, but a reporter (James Stewart) and a photographer (Ruth Hussey) are determined to get a scoop on the wedding – and Tracy's ex-husband (Cary Grant) has shown up for the fun. The movie's original tagline was the cringe-worthy "The snooty society beauty who slipped and fell – IN LOVE!" During the shooting of the film, Stewart improvised his hiccuping in a scene where the reporter he plays is drunk while talking with ex-husband C.K. Dexter Haven. You can see Grant desperately trying not to laugh.

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