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Posted: Monday, October 01, 2012 6:48:19 PM

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This one is one of my all time favorites
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Somewhere in Time-- with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour

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Posted: Monday, October 01, 2012 8:58:15 PM

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the vow, the notebook, pretty woman, top gun, love and basketball,

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Posted: Monday, October 01, 2012 9:54:53 PM

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The Secretary, The Notebook, and of course The Titanic
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Posted: Wednesday, October 03, 2012 1:50:59 PM

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OK, its Casablanca without a doubt!
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Posted: Wednesday, October 03, 2012 2:00:17 PM

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well maybe not, it was a tad morbid, but what the hell it's SID!

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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 2:07:16 PM

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The Notebook, I don't care how many times I see it I still cry like a baby at the end...
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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 2:13:53 PM

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Casablanca

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This is a tough one. So many contenders, including “An Affair to Remember” starring Cary Grant and Debra Kerr. But, all things considered, the hands down winner is:

“Casablanca”, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman (1942, Warner Brothers)
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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:25:10 PM

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A Japanese movie called Audition
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Somewhere In Time!!!! I own it now so I can watch it as much as I want.
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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:46:13 PM

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"Brief Encounter"......

(Nobody fucks in it..... But we WISH they DID!!!!!!!!)

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I gotta go with Somewhere In Time as well. It was filmed (for the most part) on Mackinac Island Michigan, a tiny island in the straits between the upper and lower peninsulas. I was in a band playing on the island during 7 days of shooting and although I never met any of the stars, the crew and a few extras packed the bar we were working at every night. Didn't know a thing about the movie until it came out and right off the bat I recognized the Grand Hotel. The Island is one of my favorite places in the world. Very cool.
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"The English Patient"

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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 6:02:35 PM

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JERRY MAGUIRE "You complete me."
A romantic movie for women and.. men!


- I wish I could say the WOW, since I thought it had so so much potential. I ran to go see it! How to make the love of your life fall in love again, wow. I mean NO, no wow.


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I'll join the Casablanca crowd but also nominate The Princess Bride.

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either Steel Magnolias or The Godfather...can't decide
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Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012 4:01:12 PM

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Ladyhawke....oh so close and yet so far!
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Brief Encounter hands down.
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In another world I'd REALLY like Alpha Magus.......

('Brief Encounter' is my favourite ever movie....)

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Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 8:14:02 AM

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For your cheesy reference of the day, I'm going to throw a curve ball on this thread and suggest "For love of the Game". Kevin Costner and Kelly Preston.
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Ladyhawke....oh so close and yet so far!


Forgot this one. I'd put it a little below The Princess Bride on my personal list but not by much. Definitely one of the rare good fantasy movies from that period.


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Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 10:08:59 AM

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I love "The Holiday," at this time of year especially. Going to snuggle in front of the fire tonight and watch it - might even open Mr Swollen's vintage port, to really get me in the mood. santa
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Lol, I think so, yes. It counts. xP

menarealwaysignorged wrote:
This one is one of my all time favorites
[youtube width=560 height=315]http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/F_PTxpIjGXE[/youtube]


Okay so I watched this an um.. First of all, She takes a bus which cost money but can't afford dinner, then goes and takes the bus to the movies then to see the movie but couldn't pay for the dinner. So How did she pay for the bus rides and the movie ticket? Lol Fail!!! Otherwise this is great. I agree that women shouldn't always expect men to pay for everything. If anything you can go dutch or take turns paying.. That's what my ex and I use to do.

seeker4 wrote:
Forgot this one. I'd put it a little below The Princess Bride on my personal list but not by much. Definitely one of the rare good fantasy movies from that period.


I love the movie Princess Bride but never really saw it as a "romantic movie" more of a comedy. With a little love. I guess. It was one of my favorite movies growing up! :D

For real though. I'm not much into chick flicks even being a girl myself. I do like some of them though. I do like "P.S I love you." Ah, but I'm a sucker for accents so that was a big help. lol Otherwise most chick flicks or "romantic" movies aren't my thing.

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Casablanca

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Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 1:10:52 PM

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Poppet wrote:


I love the movie Princess Bride but never really saw it as a "romantic movie" more of a comedy. With a little love. I guess. It was one of my favorite movies growing up! :D



See, for me, romance needs a little lightness. I hate heavy, overbearing romantic tragedies. Titanic is, IMHO, Cameron's worst movie and don't get me started on Love Story. For me, romance needs some playfulness and laughter, even if there is tragedy involved. Another movie that I could cite here is Kenneth Branagh's version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. It's one of my favorite Shakespearean comedies to start with and he made a sumptuous, beautifully filmed version of it. As a romance, I'll take Much Ado over any version of Romeo & Juliet any day. It captures the joy and giddiness of love in a wonderful way. Princess Bride does the same thing with the relationship between Wesley and Buttercup.

YMMV, of course, but that's why I put Princess Bride as my most romantic movie.


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