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    I loved "A Walk to Remember" as well. It's not a happy ending but it is a feel good movie and to me, a great example of how love can really change someone's life for the better - even if you lose that love.

    Oh, and "The Illusionist", a friend recommended it to me and at first I wasn't sure about it. But I loved the mystery in it, how I couldn't exactly predict what was going to happen and I loved how it all played out for the best of the lovers. I love happy endings.
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    Well, it probably wouldn't have worked for you, but for me it helped greatly that Mandy Moore was positively lovely in the role.

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    A few that rocked

    Gone with the Wind
    Somewhere in Time
    City of Angels (bring lots of tissue)
    Moonstruck
    The Princess Bride <sigh>
    Bull Durham.

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    Most of the James Bond movies were good chick flicks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Most of the James Bond movies were good chick flicks.
    Do you call Bond movies because of the chicks in it or because of the "romance" in it between Bond and the chicks?

    On that note, I loved Casino Royale - the new one with Daniel Craig. I thought it had a very sad but good romance side story in it. I haven't seen all the Bond movies but I think I like Casino Royale the best, I like how Bond was portrayed - not always so smooth and perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    On that note, I loved Casino Royale - the new one with Daniel Craig. I thought it had a very sad but good romance side story in it. I haven't seen all the Bond movies but I think I like Casino Royale the best, I like how Bond was portrayed - not always so smooth and perfect.


    That was one of the best Bond movies, IMO, and I'd call it a chick flick - it had the romance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natrushka View Post


    That was one of the best Bond movies, IMO, and I'd call it a chick flick - it had the romance.
    Oh, I agree, I call any movie that had romance in it a chick flick.
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    When Harry Met Sally is a documentary and the events happened in real time! Greatest chick flick ever! I am a chick that isn't really into chick flicks. I find myself on the man's side too often and am a self hating woman,lol. Worst one ever hmm How about Titanic- just die already this is taking forever and the pairing is all worng wrong wrong- she looks more like a petifile then a love interest in that movie, my opinion. How about pairing her with someone who doesn't look 12? No no no wait- The English Patient is another one that I found myself saying hurry it up and end all of our misery,lol.

    Also not that anyone has probably seen these two movies- but these are my other two favorite chick flicks- Mr. Skeffington and first and foremost- RANDOM HARVEST. My favorite movies are the older black and white ones where I feel character development and dialogue is much much better where as I think today's movies might have better plots and cinematography and special effects of course. Personally I prefer better dialogue and character development. Also The Long Long Trailer and Pillow Talk are excellent chick flicks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    Do you call Bond movies because of the chicks in it or because of the "romance" in it between Bond and the chicks?
    James Bond films are romance films at their finest. They portray romance in its ideal form, especially the early Connery films.

    I loved Casino Royale, but you gotta admit that Bond movies have become so PC over the years. I liked the old days when women were bimbos.

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    My wife likes romantic comedies, so I've probably seen all of those for the last decade or so. But they don't stick in my memory. I barely remember the plots of chick flicks for more than a week or so.

    How about "Thelma and Louise" for a good chicks-on-the-run flick?

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