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Edward R Murrow

Does the director's cut of 9 1/2 weeks count?

Barrett

Punch-Drunk Love

slobone

For me it's gotta be Say Anthing. Somehow everything works just right in that movie, and John Cusack and Fiona Skye are adorable as the teenaged opposites-attract couple. Great subplot with John Mahoney too.

corey3rd

Chopping Mall & Death Spa.

eazyguy52

Sleepless in Seattle - and my favorite moment is when the guys are sitting there pretending to be bawling their eyes out over how sad The Dirty Dozen is, because we just don't get the attraction of An Affair to Remember....and they were right, I don't.

eazyguy52

Sleepless in Seattle - and my favorite moment is when the guys are sitting there pretending to be bawling their eyes out over how sad The Dirty Dozen is, because we just don't get the attraction of An Affair to Remember....and they were right, I don't.

kwheless

I'm a classic movie lover. One of my favorites is probably Notorious, with Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant. The kissing scene was so steamy (for the time) that it had to be reshot (and they got around the sensors by having dozens of short kisses instead of one long one). And it's full of Hitchcock suspense which will keep any guy happy.

One of my other favorites is The African Queen, which STILL isn't out on DVD. Why not?

CJ

Movie you probably never heard of... "Jeremy" from 1973. Can't explain why, which is probably why it seems so romantic.

hawk5391

"I cried at the end of 'the Dirty Dozen.' Jim Brown was throwing these hand grenades down these airshafts. And Richard Jaeckel and Lee Marvin [begins to cry] were sitting on top of this armored personnel carrier, dressed up like Nazis...And Trini Lopez...He busted his neck while they were parachuting down behind the Nazi lines...And Richard Jaeckel - at the beginning he had on this shiny helmet...."

Please no more, easyguy52. Oh God! I loved that movie.

hawk5391

But seriously, I prefer the classics, like Casablanca and To Have and Have Not. In a more modern vein, I like You've Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally. And the Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast makes me a little misty-eyed at the end, when the Beast turns into Fabio.

Big Will

My fav is City Of Angels

Manda

It's hard to pick just one. There's Moulin Rouge and Pride & Prejudice, of course. Only You is highly underrated. You've Got Mail; While You Were Sleeping; He Said, She Said.. I could go on...

That said, my current favorite is not a movie but a TV episode: "The Girl in the Fireplace" from the latest season of Doctor Who. It's a three-hanky story that gets me every time I watch it.

zenubio

Love Actually

sellario

Take your pick from Albert Brooks' romantic comedies.

Broadcast News, Defending Your Life, True Romance, etc.

rabryki

"The notebook" is the best romantic movie ever. "A walk to remeber" is also good. -the male leads in those movies are just as my future husband are going to be like;)

titanic

Diana

I totally agree with Rabryki, i thought i was the only one who loved "a walk to remember" but i guess not! i absolutely love Mandy Moore. And "The note book" is great too, the love between those two is just to good to be true. lovely to watch! But there are more films like that, for example "Cold mountain" is fabulous too (love Jude) and "Chocolat" (for anyone who loves chocolat or Johnny Depp.. ) oh and "Sweet home Alabama" is a good one and i watch "Love actually" every christmass, i never get tired of that movie!

mandee

mine is definitely a lot like love.

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