The Greatest Love Story of All Time—Final Round

An orange background with pink trim along the bottom, separated by popcorn kernels, with a heart made out of popcorn kernels in the lower left and movie poster cases with the Regal logo across top and bottom of the image featuring posters from (left to right) (top) Casablanca (1942), Crazy, Rich, Asians (2018), Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011), Dirty Dancing (1987), The Fault in Our Stars (2014), Love & Basketball (2000) (bottom) The Notebook (2004), Pretty Woman (1990), Sixteen Candles (1984), Sleepless in Seattle (1993), 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

We're celebrating the "Month of Love" with a Valentine's Day-themed bracket that pits 16 movies against each other to determine The Greatest Love Story of All Time. Each Monday through the month of February, the past week's winners will be revealed and voting for the next round will open until a winner is crowned during the final week of February. The tournament continues this week with the Final Round.

Voting on the Final Round has ended. Click the link below to see who won.

The Greatest Love Story of All Time—Winner

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Valentines Bracket-Final Round

 

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ROUND 3 RESULTS

Total Responses: 18,266

Revisit the Round 3 Matchups

 

DIRTY DANCING (42.54%)

TITANIC (57.46%)

 

THE NOTEBOOK (60.23%)

PRETTY WOMAN (39.77%)

 

FINAL ROUND MATCHUP

 

TITANIC (1997)  vs  THE NOTEBOOK (2004)

Titanic vs The Notebook

Titanic is tied with All About Eve (1950) and La La Land (2016) for the most Academy Award® nominations of all time (14) and with Ben-Hur (1959) and The Lord of the Ring: The Return of the King (2003) for the most wins (11). In addition to these records, Titanic is the only Best Picture winner to be produced, directed, written, and edited by the same person (James Cameron).

Trivia Quiz—Best Picture Winners

To improve the initially troubled relationship between Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams during the production of The Notebook, director Nick Cassavetes staged an intervention where the two stars could air out their grievances and come to an understanding. Gosling and McAdams soon overcame their differences enough to spark a real-life romance.

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