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In honor of Valentine's Day...


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I'm sure there's a thread somewhere similar to this, but since it is Valentine's Day, I thought it would be fun to tell what some of your favorite romantic films are...

 

For me, they would have to be the silent version of "Seventh Heaven," "Come September" (one of my favorite romantic comedies), and for a more recent pick, "Before Sunrise." I'm very reluctant to call newer movies "classics" but I think that could qualify as one. I watched it last Valentines Day for the first time, and will be watching it again today.

 

Happy Valentine's Day everyone, and I can't wait to see what your movie picks are!

 

Carrie, aka harlow1085

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Hello,

 

Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie" from 2001.

 

Watched the movie Sunday night.

 

When I start to think the saying "they don't make them like they used to" really is true, I find an exception. "Amelie" is a grand exception.

 

A love story and a helluva lot more.

 

Oh yes, the "roaming gnome" commercial? Idea stolen.

 

Rusty

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David Lean's glorious romantic and beautiful looking 1955 motion picture SUMMERTIME which stars Katharine Hepburn and Rossano Brazzi. There is something timeless about this film which was shot entirely in Venice, Italy. Its my favorite Hepburn film. There are no films made like this one anymore.

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