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    Default Your favorite romantic film?

    what would be your favorite romantic film of all time, regardless of era or genre?
    whether it was a drama or rom-com or whatever.
    i adore love stories, they're my favorite kinds of movies

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    Breakfast at Tiffany's is right up there for me, or The Way We Were, but I'm not really into soppy movies. Map of the Human Heart is also excellent.

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    Oh, I probably have tons. Most recently watched Casa Blanca. I couldn't believe how some of the scenes are so close to reality, and the romance is so much more alive!

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    For some reason I cannot think of one.....

    When Harry Met Sally?? Would that be considered romantic? Not really...

    I love Gone With The Wind, not sure that is romantic either....

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    Dirty Dancing, Romeo and Juliet, there are way too many to list.
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    In no particular order, these movies always touch me: The Way We Were, Ghost, Roman Holiday, Splendor In The Grass, Love Story.
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    breakfast at tiffany's for sure
    i think in recent years the most touching love story i've seen is brokeback mountain. that movie broke my heart.
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    ^^
    i agree..i was crying like a baby at the end of brokeback mountain..
    btw pk, whhat do you think of my new avatar for gossip rock. it is a tacky red bustier lampshade haha. hott, eh? lol

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    I agree with Breakfast at Tiffany's but... Has anyone here read the book? The ending is quite different, the movie sort of had the Hollywood cliche ending, you know, happy and romantic. It was more or less realistic in the book IMO.

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    My favorite has always been "The Way We Were". Not your typical love story, but Robert Redford was at his best (and absolutely gorgeous). The plot about two people who had an intense love for one another but were far too different to be together though they wanted to be can't help but leave you in tears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoxo View Post
    ^^
    i agree..i was crying like a baby at the end of brokeback mountain..
    btw pk, whhat do you think of my new avatar for gossip rock. it is a tacky red bustier lampshade haha. hott, eh? lol
    haha that's a lampshade? i didn't get it until you explained.

    forgot to add 'bin-jip' ('3-iron' in english). great korean film. there's almost no dialogue between the two lead actors and yet it's one of the most sensual, touching love stories i've ever seen.
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    The English Patient

    You Got Mail

    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

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    Green Card..........

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    Love Actually.... one of the best movies ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
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    When Harry Met Sally?? Would that be considered romantic? Not really...
    Yeah i think its romantic! Its the one movie that restores my faith that maybe true love does exist!

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