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Obviously not This Side Of Paradise cos that's pretty crap and more about SOCIALISM than love.
they make me too too happy.
BUT THE END, THE END :(
also, henry and claire in time traveller's wife.
shut up and deal
I'd give anything to be like Jack Lemmon's character. Unfortunately, my vote goes to Casablanca, implying a more tragic view of love.
Might be pushing the term "love story" a bit, but I'll let it count because it's my favourite ever. No relationship has ever come close to being as sad/awesome/distressing/depressing as Seishiro and Subaru. And it doesn't even qualify as a 'relationship' in any strict sense. But it's love so it counts.
Howard Hughes and cleanliness.
practically 90% of everything contains a love story of some sort
and also in the same episode David Brent and his new date (caroline? or something?)
FFS, I can't even get slander right.
There's courting but there's no love.
Graduate's a great nod, complicated is all.
monster imprissons girl, awaits stockholm syndrome to kick in, kills love rival, thats true love :') also like how he turns into a handsome prince at the end it is like it is saying although beauty is within outer beauty is also preferable, much more realistic than the likes of shrek.
But seriously it would probably be the first half of all the real girls
And I don't care who knows it. That ending...
thats pretty sweet
hopefully only twice
Amazing characters trapped in an impossible situation, ending with the ultimate act of love from Bogart.
Fucking great, might whack it on now.