Saturday, July 24, 2010

What Dreams May Come? My Favorite Romantic Movies Ever

So I wake up this morning around 2 a.m. For some odd reason Im thinking about romantic movies. How weird is that? So I get up, go on the computer, and looked around for the best romantic movies. I decided to make my own list. Remember, this is only my opinion and these are the only romantic movies that moved me. For example, everyone loves The Notebook. I loved it as well. But I did not cry. It was a sweet movie but I did not think of it as a tear jerker. Many would disagree with me which is understandable. Thats why Im going to post a list of really good romantic movies of my own taste. Go rent at least one, or at least the number one movie on my list. Its in order from least to greatest.

I also saw that a movie called What Dreams May Come is on everyones top romance list. I have never seen it. Im going to check it out today. I have a free coupon for a free movie anyway. Its sounds so interesting. Plus Im in the mood to cry today.

Top 10 Romantic Movies I Love

10. The Piano
My mom actually told me about this movie. As soon as I watched I feel in love with the heart felt romance between this woman and a secret lover. I love romantic movies that has a love triangle or has a relationship that is not suppose to be. Its more exciting. And this movie has that. Its kinda depressing but the end is quite beautiful. The woman is deaf by the way and can not talk. But someone loved her beyond her short comings.

Most Romantic Part:
I don't want to blow it for everybody, but the end is the most touching.

9.) Monsters Ball
The main character is racist but he falls in love with a black women in the south. They come from two different sides yet it works. This is not what people would qualify as a romance but it is to me. The sex scene was pretty wild. It looked pretty real.

Most Romantic Part:
When he names his new gas station after her. Awww...

8.) Brokeback Mountain

This movie was super romantic. Yes there were guys making out and stuff but it was more to it then that. It was so extreme and powerful. The complications of being gay around that time were pretty harsh. It was a love that was hidden for a long time. They pretended to be straight and both had a family of their own. Again, another movie about a love your not suppose to have. Dangerous love is always more exciting to me.

Most Romantic Part:

"I wish I knew how to quit you" - Enise
So sweet

7.) Say Anything
A guy falls in love with a girl. They have passionate sex in his car while listening to Peter Gabriel on the radio. They break up for some reason. The guy is crushed. So what does he do? Stands out side holding a boom box over his head blasting the song they made love to outside her window. Now if that ain't love nothing is.

Most Romantic Part:
"In your eyes, the light the heat, in your eyes, I am complete" - Peter Gabriel
Song played in movie

6.) The Bridges of Madison County
One of the most romantic films of all time I must say. Its about a woman whose husband and children leave for a weekend. She mets a photographer and they have a lover affair for about four days. She has to make a choice either to leave her family or go with him. When you find out the reason why its called The Bridges Of Madison County, you will cry.

Most Romantic Part:
The end of the movie, I don't wanna spoil it.

5.) Notting Hill
Usually funny romantic comedies don't make me cry. This one didn't but I was close. Very romantic movie about a movie star and a normal guy getting together. One of my most favorite movies. There I go again, its a movie about a love thats unusual.

Most Romantic Part:
A part were the two were at a park and they saw a bench that said "To my beautiful wife who sat here on this bench, and me who alwys stood beside her."

4.) Twilight Saga (c'mon you knew it was coming)
A vampire falls in love with someone he wants to kill. A human falls in love with someone who wants to kill her. They can't even fuck because he will tear her to shreds. Need I say more..
You guys know the rest... Now if this was about most romantic books, this would be number one.

Most Romantic Part:
Bella runs towards Edward when he is about to kill himself by walking into the sun. He has not seen her in months. She pushes him back into the dark and saves his life then asks him to look at her. Before he could open his eyes. He whispered"Heaven".

3.) Titanic
One of the most depressing love stories ever. The end is the worst. Rose and I cried in each others arms after this crap went off, and I think that was our second time seeing it. Jack and Rose are so touching. It melts your heart. And Leo was looking yummy, hello! Bottom line is this movie makes me cry so much. Its super sad. Yet beautiful.

Most Romantic Part:
"I'll never let go Jack" - Rose

2.) Legends Of The Fall
If you have not seen Legends of The Fall, please go to your nearest blockbuster or go on Netflicks right now. You have no idea what your missing. Sex, love, lies, and betrayal. And best of all, Brad Pitt! Oh my Damn! He looks like cake in this movie. Its about three brothers falling in love with the same woman, but its more to it. Its amazing. And did I mention brads in here?

Most Romantic Part:
"Father loved you, Samuel loved you, even my own wife loved you more then me."

1. An Officer and A Gentelmen

Hands down. My favorite most romantic movie. Yes, it deals with the military which I am all too familiar of, but it is a stunning classic. I cry every time I watch this movie. Its about courage and love, also finding out who you truly are. And airman falls in love with a girl who is from the poor side of town. A place where women hook up and marry airmen for their money and to travel. He falls in love with her but pushes her to the side thinking her motives is not for love, but for his money. Amazing turn out at the end..
Blows me away..thinking about it now makes me wanna cry

Most Romantic Part: is this picture...:)

carry me away Richard Gere!

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