Engagement Proposal
Movie Proposal Scenes

There is no denying the fact that movies have always encapsulated our deepest desires and wildest fantasies. Romantic comedy movies can be held responsible for some of the sappiest, sweetest, quirkiest, and unforgettable engagement proposals known to most of us today. Over the last few years, there has been a significant increase in the number of romantic comedy flicks in Hollywood. This evidently proves that audience loves to watch a romantic movie.

Have you ever heard a cheesy proposal and wondered how people come up with such stuff? Yes, they summarize their favorite quotes from movies and say it to their loved one to make her feel special. If you are planning to follow this trend, then some of the most romantic movie proposal scenes that have grazed Hollywood movies over the years are listed below.

Pride and Prejudice

The priceless novel, Pride and Prejudice, which was written by the famed writer, Jane Austen, is considered the apotheosis of comedy and love by many. The 2005 film, Pride and Prejudice, which was based on the novel, featured Matthew Macfadyen and Keira Knightley in the lead roles. The entwining score, rain, and the stunning performance from the lead gave rise to one of the best and most sincere engagement proposals in the history of Hollywood.

A Walk to Remember

A Walk to Remember is often considered as just a teen drama by many but there is a lot more to this film. The generic and conventional premise of a bad boy falling for a good girl is the only cliché in the movie. The heartfelt engagement proposal scene in the movie, however, still makes thousands of teens and adults cry. Even though the conversation in the proposal scene was simplified, the stunning background and superb acting left an impression in the heart of viewers.

The Notebook

The 2005 movie, The Notebook, which was based on one of finest works of Nicholas Spark, is arguably the most romantic movie of our era. This excellent film, which was a testimony to the phrase ‘true love never dies’, featuring Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in the lead roles. The engagement proposal scene in the movie where Noah tells Allie, “It’s not going to be easy, it’s going to be really hard and we’re going to have to work at this every day. But I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, you and me every day,” is purely magical.