Favorite: "Jerry Maguire." Even after all Tom Cruise's insane outbursts, I still am — embarrassingly — a fan. Least favorite: "Armageddon." It was difficult to find animal crackers all that romantic in between all the terrible writing.
Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun
Fave: "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind."Least fave: Pick the Kate Hudson film of your choice.
Anne Tallent, editor, b
"Definitely, Maybe" is my favorite rom-com, so let's go with that one. Least? That"Human Centipede"sequel isn't an ideal date movie.
Wesley Case, reporter, b
Favorite: "Say Anything." Least favorite: Any film that tries to convince you anyone could fall for Helen Hunt.
Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b
Favorite has to be "Love Actually." It's touching. It's funny. It's romantic. My least favorite is "The Notebook." It's so sappy and over-the-top. I absolutely hate that movie. I laughed throughout the entire movie.
John-John Williams IV, reporter, The Baltimore Sun
I'll pick a classic like "Sleepless in Seattle." Other than that … every romantic movie is my least favorite.
Mick Lee, Z104.3
Best: "Love Actually." I laugh, I cry and I only roll my eyes a little bit. Worst: "From Justin to Kelly." Watching it was a friend's idea, I swear.
Olivia Hubert-Allen, community manager, The Baltimore SunCopyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun