The 10 Best Movies Like Tiffany's
For fans of recent episodes of "Something at Tiffany," "Love Actually," "Happiest Season," and "The Proposal," the holiday watch list is filled to the brim.
The new romantic comedy "Something Tiffany" has everything one could want from a film of this type. There's palpable on-screen chemistry between the two leads, as well as romantic confusion that leads to an inevitable romance.
This is the kind of sweet romance that audiences look forward to at this particular time of year. And, while it certainly has its unique parts, it also engages in many well-established genre traditions. So it's worth checking out some other movies, whether based on the holiday or not, that have a lot in common.
Happiest Season (2020)
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Dan Levy proved he's a comedic genius in "Schitt's Creek," and he brings his energy to life in a supporting role in Happiest Season, a holiday rom-com sure to please fans of Something from Tiffany's. In typical rom-com fashion, there were many misunderstandings, but it managed to emerge in the end.
The film is notable for Kristen Stewart in one of her best roles. And, while this is undoubtedly an entertaining film, it also explores fraught territory in the wardrobe, and how Staying inside can ruin the emotional lives of LGBTQ+ people.
Sleepless In Seattle (1993)
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Sleepless in Seattle is arguably one of the best romantic comedies of all time. There's no denying, for example, the chemistry between Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, and Nora Efron's writing and directing abilities.
Like "Something at Tiffany's", there are some narrative twists. What really makes this rom-com stand out, though, is that the romantic leads don't actually meet until later in the film. The movie manages to take various established elements of the romantic comedy genre and turn them into something new and utterly captivating for the 1990s decade.
Single All The Way (2021)
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One of the things that makes Something from Tiffany's so captivating is the way it combines romantic comedy and holiday movie. That's also what happens in one of the best LGBTQ+ holiday movies, "Single All the Way."
In this case, it focuses on Peter, a gay man who brings his best friend back to his hometown. In predictable fashion, the two soon begin to fall in love, though they each take their time Admit it. Although the plot is somewhat predictable, the undeniable chemistry between the two leads makes this a Christmas movie worth seeing.
The Lost Valentine (2011)
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The late Betty White played many well-loved roles, and while she is best known for television, she also starred in the moving romance Gone Girl. Like "Something at Tiffany's," it's an emotional film, even if some elements of it are a little predictable.
In particular, Betty White shows why she is so beloved as she plays a woman whose husband disappears during World War II. While she has plenty of reasons to watch the film, it also has its fair share of romance in the moment.
The Shop Around The Corner (1940)
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In a movie like Something at Tiffany's, part of the fun comes from the way it uses confusing egos to drive the plot. Such is the case with The Shop Around the Corner, which focuses on two people who dislike each other very much in real life, though they've begun to fall in love through letters they don't know they're writing to everyone else.
There's undeniable chemistry between stars James Stewart and Margaret Sulavan. It's one of those 1940s films that has stood the test of time, refreshingly bittersweet and poignant.
Christmas In Connecticut (1945)
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The 1940s was a particularly rich decade for Christmas movies, one of the best being Christmas in Connecticut. In it, Barbara Stanwyck plays a magazine writer who pretends to be a happy housewife, even though she knows nothing about such things. Things go awry when her publisher commissions her to create her signature meal for a returning war hero.
Of course, this sets the stage for all sorts of confusion, as Stanwyck's heroine begins to fall in love with the war hero. It's the perfect Christmas dessert in a genre that aims to make audiences feel good about the season.
The Proposal (2009)
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The idea of two people seemingly at odds is common in romantic comedies, and Tiffany's Stuff has it too, with strong romantic and comedic effect. Few Romantic Comedies Do It Better Than "The Proposal," Starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds and Betty White.
From the very beginning of the movie, it's clear that they were meant to be a couple, though it took them a long time to figure that out. And, as if the on-screen chemistry between these two leads wasn't enough, the movie also features one of Betty White's best performances.
Love Actually (2003)
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In the years since its release, Love Actually has become part of the Christmas canon. With its sprawling collection of stories—some of which are interconnected—it manages to delves surprisingly deeply into what it means to be love in the early 21st century.
This is one of those films with an almost supernatural ability to keep the romance and comedy elements in perfect balance. What's more, it also features some of the most talented actors from the UK, Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and many more. With tireless Christmas cheer, it's sure to please fans of Something from Tiffany's.
A Christmas Prince (2017)
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A movie like "Something at Tiffany's" is refreshing because it reminds viewers that there is still love in the world and that romance isn't dead. Fans of the new film should also find a lot of fun in "A Christmas Prince," which manages to take its cliché story -- an American in love with a foreign prince -- and somehow make it fresh. and refreshing.
In fact, a movie like this works because it doesn't try to be something it's not. It's a very enjoyable romance, rather than trying to reinvent the wheel or do something that subverts general expectations.
Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)
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"Something From Tiffany" is such an interesting movie in part because of the simple chemistry between its two leads. The same goes for The Diary of Bridget Jones, an amazing adaptation of the original novel.
Of particular note is Renée Zellweger's performance as the lead, and her undeniable chemistry with the two leads, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant. While this is a very hilarious movie, it also never loses sight of the romance at its center and has stood the test of time very well.