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Classic Love Stories and Romantic Comedies for Valentine’s Day

Adam’s RibAffair to Remember, AnAll That Heaven AllowsAnnie HallApartment, TheAwful Truth, TheBachelor and the Bobby Soxer, The Barefoot in the ParkBorn YesterdayBreakfast at Tiffany’sBride Came C.O.D., The Brief Encounter Bringing Up BabyCasablancaCome SeptemberDesire Under the Elms Desk SetDoctor Zhivago From Here to Eternity Gentlemen Prefer BlondesGilda Glass Bottom Boat, TheGone With the WindGraduate, TheHis Girl […]

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Contemporary ROMANTIC COMEDIES for Valentines’s Day

10 Things I Hate About YouAmerican President, AnAway We Go Best Man, TheBridget Jones’s Diary Brown SugarBull DurhamChasing LibertyChocolat (2000)Continental DivideDaddy’s Little GirlsDaveDefinitely, MaybeDoc HollywoodDown with LoveFailure to LaunchFamily Man, The Fever Pitch (2005)Four Weddings and a FuneralFrench KissGood Year, AGroundhog Day HitchHoliday, The (2006)Honeymoon in VegasHow to DealHow to Lose a Guy in Ten […]

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Comtemporary ROMANCES for Valentine’s Day

(500) Days of Summer Against All OddsAge of Innocence, The All the Pretty HorsesAs Good as it GetsAt First SightAtonement Autumn in New YorkBed of RosesBefore SunriseBefore the Rains Bridges of Madison County, TheBrokeback MountainCaptain Corelli’s MandolinCold MountainCrossing Delency Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Days of HeavenDead Again Dear John Dirty DancingEnglish Patient, TheEver […]

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Witness

By far, Harrison Ford’s finest performance…here as a Philadelphia cop who loses his partner in a shooting where the only witness is a little Amish boy. With his mother at a train station, the boy is in the bathroom at the same time the cop is shot…peering through the stall door, getting a good look […]

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The Shop Around the Corner

OK – I know. The setting for this film is a little bizarre. It’s a Jimmy Stewart film set in Budapest. Jimmy Stewart—the all-American boy living and working in Hungary? Strangely, neither Stewart nor Maureen Sullivan have Hungarian accents. Or dress Hungarian. Or act European in any way. Basically, this movie could have (and should […]

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The Sound of Music

Are the hills alive? Well, if they weren’t before this movie, they sure are now. Take the premise from Maria von Trapp’s life story and add songs and dancing and what do you have—magic! That’s what Rodgers and Hammerstein must have discovered when they began adapting this story for the stage. And, shortly after its […]

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