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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Top 5 Romantic Movies

These are just the movies that makes you hug your partner or if you are alone, your pillow. These are the movies that make you wish it was your story you are watching, the start of our fantasies that would never happen unless you pay someone to do it for you. So here you are, the list of movies that you would love if you are in a relationship or hate if you are single and still miserable. And take note, Twilight will never make it in this list.

5. ATONEMENT
- Based on Ian McEwan’s novel of the same title, Atonement is a story about two lovers caught between the malice of a person. This contemporary film is a combination of the depressing and the hopeful. This movie launched Saoirse Ronan’s career. This movie showed how love can change things even when consequences are against between two people.
Notable scene: THE TWIST IN THE END OF THE FILM AND THE LETTER





4. GHOST
- Ghost is one of the romantic films ever won the Best Picture Award in 1990. It stars Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in the prime of their careers. The film is the best combination of Whoopi Goldberg’s humor and Moore’s and Swaze’s chemistry. The movie showed how death could not separate true love.
Notable scene: THE POTTERY 





3. DIRTY DANCING
- The second Swayze film in the list. Yup, he made a lot of great romantic films during his time. Dirty Dancing is set in the early 60s when Baby (Jennifer Grey) was at summer camp and met the star dance instructor (Swayze). When Baby offered help to be a replacement of Swayze in a dance, this started the sparks. Dirty Dancing has a lot of moments you wish you were Baby
Notable scene: THE LAST DANCE




2. THE NOTEBOOK
- The only film based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel that gives the best justice his novel could have. The chemistry between Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling is evident on screen. The bitterness of a love that is endless and the sacrifices of both partners make this movie loved by its viewers.
Notable scene: THE LAST FRAME



1. PRETTY WOMAN
- The plot may be unbelievable for some but this is just the one that really hits the spot in everyone’s hearts. A millionaire falling in love with a prostitute could be the best fairy tale ever told. Julia Roberts plays as the hooker and Richard Gere as the millionaire in this film that teach us to look beyond the superficial.
Notable scene: RICHARD GIVING THE DIAMOND NECKLACE







19 comments:

  1. I don't remember any of this film ^_^ tehe ,
    but I like all the trailers.
    thanks for including them !

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  2. These are classic movies. Ghost and pretty woman was the films that made big names out of Demi Moore and Julia Roberts, respectively.

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  3. When were you born?? 90's perhaps! We actually have the same favorites when it comes to romantic flicks, especially Pretty Woman... oh, and definitely The Notebook! :)

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  4. i was born in late 80s. my aunts would usually bring home videos of these movies back in the 90s

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  5. Love them all especially Ghost! I've watched it more than 5 times. hehe

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  6. i love "a walk to remember" heheh it always makes me cry! every time!

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  7. i love the top 2. The Notebook.. Pretty Woman..

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  8. I've heard a lot about Pretty Woman but sadly, I haven't watched the movie. I've watched 2/5 on this list: The Notebook and Dirty Dancing. Although I really don't remember Dirty Dancing that much because I saw it when I was still young but I vividly recall the last dancing scene. As with The Notebook, I'd have to say that the movie and the book are two of my favorites. =)

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  9. from the list i haven't seen atonement yet...

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  10. I very rarely watch anything romantic. The only movie so far that has made me "kilig" was Pride and Prejudice hehe.

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  11. Love your list! I wasn't impressed with The Notebook though but Ghost and Atonement are on my list also. :))

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  12. Among the entries in your list, Ghost is a favorite of mine.

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  13. almost everyone i know cried while watching the notebook, and i didn't. but while reading the book, i really cried. it's really a beautiful sad story.

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  14. I love Dirty Dancing and Ghost more.

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  15. i like all theses chick flick movies ,very romantic and kaka in love. My husband don't like to watch it but he just let me buy DVD'S and he ended up watching with me.

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  16. I love the notebook!
    Rachel McAdams as of today had become a veteran in romantic movies..
    But this one had cemented her status as a viable actress. The chemistry they both have is tangible that could feel it. :)

    I wonder why a walk to remember is not here.. haha! well, there's only a few of Nicholas Sparks novels that had been rendered nicely in films.. his Message In A Bottle made me cry, but in the movies, it was different.. seemed out of place.

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  17. Francis, I agree with you with Message in a Bottle, the novel is so heartfelt and I really like the book, the movie is just so bland, I didn't even bother to finish the whole film..

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  18. I've seen 4 of them and loved them. Think I should watch Atonement soon. Just sad all I have is a pillow lols

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  19. great list! but only 1 or two would make it on my top 5 :)

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