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so much so that I can't watch it anymore. Don't tell anyone though, yeah?
does that count?
i'm only say because alabama insists
i like the aristocats.its not romance at all is it.
Terms of Endearment.
and say that I really enjoyed Love Actually.
I often use it when inducting a new girlfriend.
2girls1cup is for inducing.
and. ehem. the ahhh ehem *notebook* AHGerh. what?
on my phone.
Give us the gist, yeah?
using the words 'cunt' and 'pretentious' a lot.
I love that guy.
but it touched me. seriously. chills down my spine. its awfully cliched i guess but it still manages to be quite tasteful.
the slightly sci-fi concept perfectly matches the themes and emotions the film deals with
when I saw it the music kind of annoyed me but I havn't seen it in ages. The final sequence was heart melting.
the worst film I've ever, EVER seen.
I also like eternal sunshine.
Love actually makes me want to stick a 12 inch bowie knife through my eye!
the heart of the matter
or if I'm feeling downer In The Mood For Love.
Also Harold and Maude and The New World, even though their not romantic films, have amazing relationship scenes. New World especially, Q'orianka Kilcher is amzing in it.
and would show it to anyone who'd watch, now several people think I've got a thing for almost-octogenarian hotties.
discomfited by Chuck & Buck, I noticed that too.
is just about the only 'romantic' film I can stand tbh.
it handles such an odd tone really well. The political satire and such is handled really lightly and Peter Sellers is really heartbreaking in it.
the writer also wrote and directed 'The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas', which isn't as porny as the title suggests. It's a wierd little film.
Hal Ashby made 'The Last Detail', which is definitely worth seeing, it's set in the US Navy and has Jack Nicholson taking Randy Quaid out to show him the world before he gets sent to the brig, is my favourite Ashby after Harold and Maude. He also did a great biopic of Woody Guthrie, and Coming Home is one of the better Post-Vietnam dramas. I think he did Shampoo as well, I'm not sure though
is great, it's weird 'cause David Carradine's playing him, it always reminds me of Keith Carradine in Nashville. It's called Bound for Glory, it's also veeery long but very immersive. It's not easy to find on DVD but worth the effort.
dresses up as a lady.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
I enjoyed secretary.
I also liked that film with will ferrel and Maggie Gylenhall (I love her) but the name escapes me right now.
She is fucking amazing!
for TRUE romance i.e abstract from any sexuality
and indie and cool. which is what I am because i am 17.
I love you, by the way
invite me round for a screening yeah?
i remember falling in love with the the trailer ages ago but no one was releasing it.
or through naughtier means.
If it actually starred a groundhog in place of McDowell.
and Now, Voyager
probably either "The Big Sleep" or "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind".
I posted this before reading the thread. Tons o' love for Eternal Sunshine. Amelie's a good shout, too. And I've been reminded of the fact I haven't seen Wild At Heart in YEARS.
Easily the best for an entirely romance based film. They're the perfect films for when you feel ill, or generally rubbish. Kind of like now, I think I might go watch one.
Also, basically every 1930/40s romance. Especially those with Cary Grant.
but i hate the character holly golightly so much that i was totally unmoved by breakfast at tiffany's
In the Mood for Love
or Turkish Delight. Verhoeven, Rutgeur Haeur and the monique 'i give boys a funny feeling in the there pants' van de ven. Great Movie!
Good Will Hunting