Romantic movies based in San Francisco make total sense. It's a beautiful, scenic city -- the kind of place where you'd want to fall in love. It also offers a multitude of visually appealing locations for on-screen romance to blossom. From the Golden Gate Bridge, to Fisherman's Wharf, to various spots around the bay, there's no shortage of great places for movie scenes to be set. Filmmakers have long enjoyed showing the elegance of the city.
What are the best romantic movies set in San Francisco? You'll be the judge of that. Vote up the ones you feel are the most romantic. If your favorite films aren't here, add them so that others can weigh in.
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