If you manage to get Julia Roberts to star as the lead in your romantic comedy, you can probably expect a financial windfall in your future. And if her co-star is Richard Gere, even better. Roberts has appeared in four of the top 25 highest-grossing romantic comedies of all time, and the two biggest earners of those four—1990’s Pretty Woman and 1999’s Runaway Bride—also feature Gere.

It’s probably not a coincidence that both of those films were directed by the late Garry Marshall, who was a master of balancing laughs and sap on the big screen. Marshall also directed 2010’s Valentine’s Day, 19th on the list, and 2004’s The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, which was the only rom-com sequel to crack the top 25.

Apparently what moviegoers want even more than a Garry Marshall romance is a Nancy Meyers one: What Women Want (2000) edged out Pretty Woman by about $4.4 million to take second place. Two more Meyers-directed flicks, Something’s Gotta Give (2003) and It’s Complicated (2009), also made the list. But in the end, neither Meyers nor Marshall could create a film to rival 2002’s My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which raked in more than $241 million at the domestic box office to make it the most successful romantic comedy in Hollywood history (so far).

While most of the films in the top 25 are from the late 1990s and early 2000s, there is one notable outlier: 2018’s Crazy Rich Asians, which sits in sixth place and boasts more than $174.5 million in domestic box office profits.

If you don’t see your favorite romantic comedy on the list below, it may have just missed the cut—you can see the top 100 (and beyond) from The Numbers here.

  1. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) // $241,438,208
  1. What Women Want (2000) // $182,805,123
  1. Pretty Woman (1990) // $178,406,268
  1. Hitch (2005) // $177,784,257
  1. There’s Something About Mary (1998) // $176,484,651
  1. Crazy Rich Asians (2018) // $174,532,921
  1. The Proposal (2009) // $163,958,031
  1. Jerry Maguire (1996) // $153,952,592
  1. Runaway Bride (1999) // $152,257,509
  1. Knocked Up (2007) // $148,761,765
  1. As Good As It Gets (1997) // $148,478,011
  1. Enchanted (2007) // $127,706,877
  1. Sleepless in Seattle (1993) // $126,680,884
  1. Something’s Gotta Give (2003) // $124,685,242
  1. 50 First Dates (2004) // $120,776,832
  1. The Break-Up (2006) // $118,703,275
  1. Notting Hill (1999) // $116,089,678
  1. It’s Complicated (2009) // $112,735,375
  1. Valentine’s Day (2010) // $110,485,654
  1. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003) // $105,807,520
  1. Just Go With It (2011) // $103,028,109
  1. Shakespeare in Love (1998) // $100,317,794
  1. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004) // $95,149,435
  1. He’s Just Not That Into You (2009) // $93,953,653
  1. Maid in Manhattan (2002) // $93,932,896