Thursday, February 11, 2010

Romantic Flicks

These are our favorite romantic movies to watch on Valentine's Day. What are yours?

1. The Mirror Has Two Faces

2. Garden State

3. Dirty Dancing

4. Pretty Woman

5. The Way We Were

6. Notting Hill

7. Meet Joe Black

8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

9. Lost In Translation

10. Ghost

11. Untamed Heart

12. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

13. The Fabulous Baker Boys

14. Never Been Kissed

15. Four Weddings and a Funeral

16. Music from Another Room

17. Moonstruck

18. Punch Drunk Love

19. Brokeback Mountain

20. Something’s Gotta Give


  1. I am sap. The Notebook. For a variety of reason...

  2. I'm actually doing a two part post, today and tomorrow about this! I love romantic movies!

  3. This list is going into my netflix query.


    Samantha @PrettyLovely

  4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is perhaps my favorite movie of all time. You've listed a number of my other favorites as well (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Mirror Has Two Faces, Notting Hill and Breakfast at Tiffany's in particular). A few more I might add include Bridget Jones' Diary, High Fidelity, Say Anything and Pride and Prejudice.

  5. Really love all your choices-old and new stuff.

    I will forever love julia roberts. anything she is in-i love.

  6. Persuasion
    Sense and Sensibility
    Heck...anything Jane Austen
    Two for the Road
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    Heck....anything Audrey Hepburn
    Shanghai Express
    Heck..anything Marlene Dietrich
    Ryan's Daughter
    Doctor Zhivago

  7. Marija- Yep, everyone loves "The Notebook."

  8. SogniSorrissi- "Reality Bites" is one of my favorite films. Good one!

  9. Averill- Your choices are spectacular too. There are too many romantic films to choose from.

  10. Thomas- Thanks. Julia is not only an amazing actor but she's always in movies you want to see again and again.

  11. Washington Cube- I'm going to finally netflix Persuasion!

  12. It's a sad and sweet movie. Anne--the family member who shoulders all responsibility with her family of flibbergibbets and arrogance. The sensible, hard-working girl gets the sea captain. A wonderful feminist sensibility in another sea captain's wife shown, joining her husband and his life at sea--and him praising her. If you've ever been the one cleaning up the messes, you'll appreciate it.

  13. All Things Romantic- A classic for sure.