39 Rom-Com Actors Who Can Say “Good Girl”

There’s this moment in so many romance novels when the male love interest drops a well-placed “good girl” in the middle of a sex scene — and it’s almost always HOT. But for some reason, the “good girl” effect doesn’t translate as well to romantic comedy movies.

We gathered our crack team of writers to break down which male leads from popular rom-coms can actually pull off saying “good girl” under VERY specific circumstances.

For example: There is always at least one moment in every movie Mark Ruffalo is in where he can say “good girl.”

2.

David Abbott (Mark Ruffalo) in Just Like Heaven — yes

3.

Graham (Jude Law) in The Holiday — yes


5.

Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) in When Harry Met Sally… — no

6.

Dr. James Harvey (Bill Pullman) in Casper — yes

7.

Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) in You’ve Got Mail — yes

8.

Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) in Sleepless in Seattle — absolutely not

9.

Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) in Pretty Woman — no

10.

Mr. Darcy (Matthew MacFadyen) in Pride & Prejudice — yes

12.

Brad Pitt can’t pull off saying “good girl” in any context


13.

Monty James (Idris Elba) in Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls — yes

15.

David, the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) in Love Actually — no

16.

Harry (Alan Rickman) in Love Actually — maybe, and we’re not proud of ourselves for even considering it

18.

Tom Hansen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) in 500 Days of Summer — no

20.

George (Edward Burns) in 27 Dresses — no

21.

Cal Weaver (Steve Carell) in Crazy, Stupid, Love — maybe

22.

Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling) in Crazy, Stupid, Love — yes

23.

Darius Lovehall (Larenz Tate) in Love Jones — yes

24.

Emmett Richmond (Luke Wilson) in Legally Blonde — no

25.

Warner Huntington (Matthew Davis) in Legally Blonde — maybe

26.

Robert Redford and Paul Newman in literally any movie — yes


27.

Patrick Verona (Heath Ledger) in 10 Things I Hate About You — 100000%

28.

Alex “Hitch” Hitchens (Will Smith) in Hitch — no

30.

Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) in The 40-Year-Old Virgin — no

31.

Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) in Murder Mystery — maybe

32.

Gil Pender (Owen Wilson) in Midnight in Paris — yes

35.

Ian Miller (John Corbett) in My Big Fat Greek Wedding — YES

36.

Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) in Forgetting Sarah Marshall — no

38.

Harper (Mackenzie Davis) in Happiest Season — no

He should have said it right there.

Do you agree? Which rom-com leads do you think can say “good girl”? Drop them in the comments below!

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