True Romance

Any to add that you think should have made the list? What are your favorites?

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13 Responses to True Romance

  1. Joy says:

    I think the on screen couples are pretty dead on.

    I loved The Way We Were. I also really liked Sweet Home Alabama and LOVE LOVE LOVE Bridges of Madison County.

    I have never once watched Dirty Dancing and I know someone recommended The Princess Bride but I didn’t make it past 2o minutes. I didn’t care for it at all.

    I’m sure I’ll be back.

    • Jenny says:

      OMG Joy!! Never watched Dirty Dancing??!! What’s wrong with you!? LOL

    • Laura says:

      Snort. How can you NOT like Princess Bride??? And you’ve never seen Dirty Dancing?

      I feel like I don’t even know you!!!

      • Joy says:

        I’m so sorry. You want to hear something else?? Toby reamed me out last night. I’ve NEVER seen even ONE Indiana Jones movie!! *running now an ducking*

  2. SKL says:

    I’ve never seen half of those. I would not agree with all of them.

    I like spooky romances like Jane Eyre. I also liked the Scarlet Pimpernel. There are probably many other that don’t come to mind right now. I really like the classics where a look tells so much; you feel what they are feeling without having to see what amounts to soft porn.

  3. Nikki says:

    I’m trying to think of ones that aren’t on here and can’t. I’ll keep pondering that though! The Notebook is both mine and Jason’s all time favorite love story. I cry every single time I watch it. I thought The Time Travelers Wife was a beautiful story too.

  4. Jenny says:

    For Best Chick Flick- I would say I loved 10 Things I Hate About You. Has Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger in it

  5. Laura says:

    I really don’t know which I’d vote for as best Chick Flick, or Romantic Couple. I didn’t see Titanic (it’s a personal thing… I swore I’d never see it. long story), and I’m not really into the old ones, like Gone With The Wind, although I’ve seen and liked, many.

    I liked Dirty Dancing, as much for the actual dancing as the romance. Pretty Woman was fun and funny, but I don’t think I’d vote for it as “best” in either category.

    This is a toughie…

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