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    The Remains of the Day

    All-time tearjerkingest chick movie ever!

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    I liked "Pride and Prejudice". And yes, I prefer the one without Colin Firth. So sue me.

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    I do enjoy rom coms, but I enjoy most movies that don't involve shoot-em-up-explosions or stupid buddy antics as the major plot. I tend to enjoy movies I can relate to, such as Bridget Jones' Diary, 13 Going on 30, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Legally Blonde and I actually really liked The Lake House.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    I liked "Pride and Prejudice". And yes, I prefer the one without Colin Firth. So sue me.
    Colin Firth.....sigh......

    ETA: I'll watch just about anything with Colin in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    What is the best romance movie/chick flick you watched?
    I can narrow it down to 3 options. Before Sunrise/Before Sunset, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I've watched each of those at least 15 times in the last 2 years, and consequently can no longer meet the eyes of my local video-store clerks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    What is the worse romance movie/chick flick you watched? And why?
    By "worst romance movie" I will interpret you as meaning "romance movie you enjoyed the least". Pride and Prejudice. *YAWN*

    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    Or why do you watch chick flicks/romance movies?
    I'm a closet romantic. Plus, sometimes a solid bout of depression needs to be rounded out with a sense of loss engendered by the transitory relief of vicarious romantic fulfillment. I guess it's a form of masochism.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nonpareil View Post
    How often do you watch them?
    Maybe once a month (excluding the three favourite movies mentioned above).

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    I generally avoid chick flicks (all of that mushy, kissy, happy ending stuff kind of makes me nauseus!)- I didn't mind Love Actually though- I liked the cast and some of the characters were amusing!

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    "Grosse Pointe Blank" (always lovin' John Cusack)
    "Say Anything"
    "An Affair to Remember" (the original)
    "Sweet November" (very sad)
    "Somewhere in Time"
    "The Big Easy" (don't know if it's relevant, but anyways)
    "City of Angels"
    "French Kiss"

    And I'm wracking my brain for one that I just can't come up with right now. Back later. *another Sandra Bullock one, what the hell is it...hmm.* Guy wakes up and she pretends she's the fiance? For a movie I like so much, you'd think I'd remember it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllAboutSoul View Post
    "Grosse Pointe Blank" (always lovin' John Cusack)
    "Say Anything"
    "An Affair to Remember" (the original)
    "Sweet November" (very sad)
    "Somewhere in Time"
    "The Big Easy" (don't know if it's relevant, but anyways)
    "City of Angels"
    "French Kiss"

    And I'm wracking my brain for one that I just can't come up with right now. Back later. *another Sandra Bullock one, what the hell is it...hmm.* Guy wakes up and she pretends she's the fiance? For a movie I like so much, you'd think I'd remember it!!
    While You Were Sleeping

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    While You Were Sleeping

    Success! Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    "Four Weddings And A Funeral" - My favorite film of this type and notable for managing to be unrelentingly charming enough to hide the atrocious acting of Andie MacDowell.
    I'm resurrecting this thread just to exclaim my utter disgust with Andie MacDowell in this movie. What the hell is up with her acting? The whole time I was watching this (and I was watching it on the glowing recommendation of a friend) I just wanted to fast-forward through all of the scenes with her and Hugh in them. So boring, no chemistry, and her character comes off as incredibly bland and uninteresting.

    The rest of the film, though, was pretty funny. I especially like the part at the beginning where the guy giving the speech (during the first wedding) says, "if I speak with the tongues of men and of angels but have not love, I am become a sounding brass or a clanging symbol", and Gareth exclaims (from the audience) "good point." Lol.
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