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    As an ENFJ, I thought you'd be inclined to rescue strays all the time. That movie seems perfect for your type :P

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    Most of the stuff they've been coming out with lately. It's as if movies are just getting worse and worse and the romantic ones are becoming too cheesy to bare

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    As an ENFJ, I thought you'd be inclined to rescue strays all the time. That movie seems perfect for your type :P
    There has to be a sincerity or genuineness about it though. Like I really enjoyed that John Cusack movie where he adopted a little boy who thought he was from Mars. Not romantic, but very redemptive. There's nothing redemptive about "Pretty Woman". She was slumming and he was opportunistic. Yay?

    I found the part in "Mad Max" where Goose is carefully retrieving a frightened and violated woman from a derelict car to be WAY more cavalier and moving.

    For romance, give me "Mrs. Brown" any day.
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    Martian Child.. yeah, great movie.

    Point taken though

    Speaking of Cusack, I can't seem to hate any romantic comedy he's in. He kind of makes them cool...even the ridiculous ones (like Serendipty.. Kate Beckinsale's character is far too cruel).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopelandic View Post
    The notebook.

    Eurgh. I'm wretching just thinking about it.

    That is all.
    Yes, that movie is nausea-inducing

    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Speaking of Cusack, I can't seem to hate any romantic comedy he's in. He kind of makes them cool...even the ridiculous ones (like Serendipty.. Kate Beckinsale's character is far too cruel).
    So true...so true. "Grosse Pointe Blanke" is such a romantic movie. Professional killer returns to win back his high school sweetheart


    I watched "The Way We Were" because my mom told me it was a great romantic movie....I HATED it. I just saw Barbara Streisand as this annoying woman desperately clinging to a guy too good-looking for her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    sigh.. I liked the Notebook.

    In fact, I teared up towards the end... When he was an old guy (James Garner). Those parts were the better parts of the film. How much of that is romantic is hard to say.. the part that got me is when she freaked out on him, and slipped back into her Alzheimer's/dementia.. and the guy just wouldn't give up on her. How can you hate that?
    Ya I cried too. Mostly cause I have a fear of getting Alzheimer's when I'm old and wrinkly, which would mean I would lose my memories, they are probably the most important thing to me. I also know how it feels to have a family that won't accept someone you love just because they are different. So I empathized with the characters, something I never usually do.
    Basically, the movie spoke to me, on multiple levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    There has to be a sincerity or genuineness about it though. Like I really enjoyed that John Cusack movie where he adopted a little boy who thought he was from Mars. Not romantic, but very redemptive. There's nothing redemptive about "Pretty Woman". She was slumming and he was opportunistic. Yay?

    I found the part in "Mad Max" where Goose is carefully retrieving a frightened and violated woman from a derelict car to be WAY more cavalier and moving.


    For romance, give me "Mrs. Brown" any day.
    that reminds me of the scene from CRASH. I actually found that scene really touching and sad; which is weird, considering it was the same cop who "violated her" in front of her husband the night before. O_O

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    I see right through romantic movies! Never cry. You'll have to get me when I least expect it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    I see right through romantic movies! Never cry. You'll have to get me when I least expect it
    THATS what I used to think. Until I watched The Classic(korean movie)

    Motha effin director/writer needs to be squeezed with my bare hands, until he cries the amount I cried.

    ps: notebook doesn't count, I was like in highscool, and totally in love with someone I couldn't have!!!! >: /

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    Well, English Patient was a complete snoozer for me

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