Friday, February 11, 2011

My Top 10 Most Romantic Movies

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With Valentine's Day fast approaching - I thought I'd list my "Top 10 Most Romantic" movie picks. They are in no particular order. I've also included one memorable lin
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Clicking on the titles will take you to a clip of the movie. Be warned though - some are spoilers.
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1. Annie Hall - A classic. I've seen this movie too many times to admit. "La-de-da."_
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2. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - A tragic kind of love story, since the female lead has to wait her whole life alone, before she can reunite with her true love ghost/captain - still I love it. _ "I can't imagine you being an ordinary anything."_
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3. When Harry Met Sally - A strange, hilarious, perfect love story. "I'm saying, that the right man for you might be out there right now, and if you don't grab him someone else will and you'll have spend the rest of your life knowing that someone else is married to your husband."_
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4. Before Sunset and Before Sunrise - Not fair to name two at the same time but they go together. Such witty, intelligent, complicated dialog and continuous shots that seem to go on forever. "Baby, you are gonna miss that plane."_
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5. Out of Africa - OK, I've seen this movie a ridiculous amount of times as well. My husband always says Dennis (R.R.) is mean to Karen (M.S) but I get these characters completely. _ "Doesn't that outfit come with a rifle?"_
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6. The Way We Were - Doesn't everyone love this film! I cry each and every time I see it. _ "See ya kid."_
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7. An Affair To Remember - _ "If you can paint, I can walk." Enough said. _
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8. Romancing the Stone - This is "our movie" as couples like to say. _ "Let me see the map."_
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9. The Notebook - The whole premise of the movie is soooo romantic. _ "If you're a bird, I'm a bird." _
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10. City Lights - Some of the most charming scenes of The Little Tramp (Charlie Chaplin). The female lead is blind and mistakes the tramp for a man of means. She needs an operation to restore her sight...but I've said too much. _ "Wonderful! Then I'll be able to see you." _
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11 comments:

love.boxes said...

You know I've never seen #1 or #10 and I need to see both. Thanks for the recommendation!

Liz said...

I happened onto your blog today, it's lovely!

Stacey said...

these are chick flicks... hey I thought Romancing the Stone was 'our movie'...

love sta

Sabina said...

Thanks for all the wonderful comments!! Tiffany, Liz and Stacey.

P.S.

Sta - I thought it was High Anxiety!!

Stacey said...

once again... you are right!!!

Sta

At Home with Kim Vallee said...

Like you, I always cried when I watched The Way We Were. It is one of my favorite love story.

Linda Lou said...

Oh Sabina, Out of Africa and the Way we Were were always my top two - and Annie Hall just brings back so many memories of my life back then living in New York - Happy Valentine's Day!

Eva @ Four Leaf Clover said...

The only movie here that I've watched completely is The Notebook. Definitely need to catch up on my movies!

Eva @ Four Leaf Clover said...

The only movie here that I've watched completely is The Notebook. Definitely need to catch up on my movies!

Honeygo Beasley said...

Great picks, Sabby. I enjoyed An Affair to Remember and City Lights, too, for their sweetness and romance.
Romancing The Stone is another one of my favs, too. : )

Petreceri Private said...

I am so ashamed right now. From your list I’ve only seen The Notebook which is the greatest movie of all time in my opinion. Well that and An Affair To Remember. But I guess I should see some other movies to form an objective opinion. Thanks for the titles. I promise I’ll try to watch them all.

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