Catch Up on These 2015 Romance Movies

Hilariously awkward high school relationships, forbidden love affairs, and period pieces with costumes that will take you back in time. Last year promised to be a big year for both fresh love stories and re-created classics, and we couldn't wait to see all of the romances unfold. Watch the trailers for 2015's sweet, silly, and downright sexy movies that we enjoyed last year.

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Bradley Cooper plays Brian Gilcrest, a disgraced soldier who gets a career do-over in Hawaii. There, he meets a bubbly fellow officer, played by Emma Stone, and amid their flirtation, we see some of Brian's baggage come back to haunt him — namely an ex (Rachel McAdams) and her current man (John Krasinski).

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This romantic comedy stars Amy Schumer as a party girl who doesn't believe in commitment. Her life gets complicated when she meets Aaron (Bill Hader), a sweet, successful guy who actually calls her back. Amy then has to rethink her stance on settling down. The movie looks like it will keep you laughing from beginning to end.

Out July 17

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Paper Towns

Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff star in the adaptation of John Green's novel. The two play neighbors Margo and Quentin, who plan a revenge plot against Margo's cheating ex. Just when things are looking up for Quentin, Margo disappears into thin air, and it's up to him to follow the clues to find her.

Out July 24

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Madame Bovary

Based on Gustave Flaubert's novel of the same name, Mia Wasikowska stars as the title character. Madame Bovary is a recently married woman who finds that her new life is depressing. She starts relationships with two men (Ezra Miller and Logan Marshall-Green), and her life slowly begins taking a turn for the worst.

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The Age of Adaline

Blake Lively stars in this epic romance about a woman who remains 29 years old for almost 80 years. An encounter with a handsome philanthropist (played by Michiel Huisman) reignites a passion within her that for years she worked to keep at bay.

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Accidental Love

Accidental Love is the story of a waitress (Jessica Biel) who gets spurned by her fiancé (James Marsden) after she gets a nail shot into her head and can't afford to get it removed. She seeks out a handsome politician (Jake Gyllenhaal) to help her reform health care, and wackiness ensues.

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Fifty Shades of Grey (Trailer 2)

Get another glimpse of Christian and Ana's chemistry in the second trailer.

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Bianca, played by Mae Whitman, is a high school senior content with life until she discovers that she is the "DUFF," or the "designated ugly fat friend" in her group of girl friends. She then goes on a mission — with the help of her very attractive jock guy friend — to reinvent herself.

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The Boy Next Door

Jennifer Lopez stars in this steamy thriller about a teacher's and young man's secret affair that goes awry.

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Song One

A young woman tries to bring her brother out of a coma by playing him sound bites from his favorite things in life — including music from a band he idolizes, led by a man she begins to fall for.

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Love, Rosie (Trailer 1)

Lily Collins and The Hunger Games' Sam Claflin star in the comedic British adaptation of Cecelia Ahern's novel Where Rainbows End, a rom-com about two childhood best friends growing up together then going their separate ways.

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Love, Rosie (Trailer 2)

Love, Rosie follows the two friends on their paths to find true love.

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The Last Five Years

This film adaptation of the musical by the same name starts at the end of a marriage between a novelist and struggling actress and tells the story of their relationship in reverse chronological order.

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This live-action version of the classic fairy tale is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Lily James and Game of Thrones stud Richard Madden.

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Far From the Madding Crowd

Set in Victorian England, this adaption of the novel by the same name follows a strong and independent woman, played by Carey Mulligan, who attracts three different suitors: a frugal sheep farmer, a dashing army sergeant, and a rich bachelor.

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Old Fashioned

A couple attempts to build a relationship in modern society while using old-fashioned methods of courtship.

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A period piece taking placing in Depression-era North Carolina, Serena explores the relationship between a husband and wife as they both struggle to deal with a failing timber empire and the revelation that they can't have children.

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The Longest Ride

The Longest Ride is based on a Nicholas Sparks novel and told through the eyes of an older man recalling his past with the love of his life, and a younger couple as they fall in love.

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Set in 1950s New York, Rooney Mara as Therese and Cate Blanchett as Carol find themselves falling in love — but will their complicated, tangled romance last? Carol may be the most sensual movie of the year.

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By the Sea

This romantic drama starring A-listers Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt centers on a couple visiting a French resort in the 1970s, their marriage on the rocks.

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Man Up

Lake Bell plays Nancy, a single woman who's mistaken as a blind date . . . which may just lead to her discovery of the perfect man.