Love is in the air. Well, at least it’s on the screen.We think you’re going to love this: TODAY is asking you to pick the best romantic comedy of all time. That’s right — to celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’ve assembled a bracket to find the film that melts hearts the most, the one that makes it skip a beat, the one we think about when we’re watching other movies and feel unfulfilled.
Watch TODAY All Day ! Get the best news, information and inspiration from TODAY, all day long.We're now down to the final four. Some of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters are featured in the quartet of movies that have already won audience's hearts, but remain in contention for your vote.
So, start a roaring fire, open a box of chocolates and pop a bottle of wine. Here are the movies still vying for the coveted title.
“Pretty Woman” vs. “Sleepless in Seattle” Julia Roberts’ reward for knocking out Meg Ryan in “When Harry Met Sally” in the last round? She gets Ryan again, this time in “Sleepless in Seattle,” which toppled “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” in the quarterfinals. These two fan favorites will now duke it out for the right to go to the finals.
Help Them Adapt to New Environments. “The only thing that likes change is a four-week-old baby in a wet diaper.” Though puppies and kittens are easygoing, mature pets often need guidance transitioning into new spaces. Dr. Becker advises introducing them slowly. “Don’t just dump them in a new house and hope for the best.” Pheromone sprays are handy for making strange houses more inviting. “Cats,” notes Dr. Becker, exist as both predator and prey, and in predator mode, they need vertical surfaces like climbing towers to feel safe.”