what is ur best ever romantic movie that u have watched?

titanic - the love of Jack and Rose
India
February 13, 2007 2:58pm CST
what is ur best ever romantic movie that u have watched? mine is Titanic.. its really at its best .. how u feel?
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8 responses
13 Feb 07
I like When Harry Met Sally. The mixture of comedy and romance gets to me every time. I think I like the idea that if I like someone but we don't get on that years later we might be able to get together.
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• United States
13 Feb 07
I enjoyed "When Harry Met Sally" as well. It's a great older romantic comedy; just the kind I like. How about "Sleepless In Seattle"? That was fantastic as well.
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• India
14 Feb 07
well friends, as u are telling this to be of ur favourite movies so i will definitely try my best to watch this movie...i hvnt yet got the scope to watch this..and thanx to u ..
• United States
13 Feb 07
One of my favorite romantic movies is "Hope Floats" with Sandra Bullock. It is an awesome tearjerker love story. Titanic was alright, but I think it is overrated. There are many many more romantic movies out there there, that frankly deserve more credit. Another favorite of mine is "How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days."
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• India
14 Feb 07
yeah u might b right that titanic may be overrated ...bt sorry i hvnt watched out those movies.. will try definitely.. and how u like "the bule lagoon" ?
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• Brazil
13 Feb 07
"The other side of the sky" This is the name used in Brazil, trnslated to english, so, i don't know if it's the real name, but is a quite nice movie :)
• India
14 Feb 07
no i dont..well thanx for replying
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• United States
14 Feb 07
This movie isn't exactly a romantic movie, but it is to me. Garden State is my absolute fav. I suppose I relate a lot to the main character, and the way he just sort of stumbled into love and turned around in life in so short a time was just moving. Also, the way he highlighted the disfunction in everyone in the movie made it all so real. So the romance he had was also one that was real. No roses, dreamy unreal scenes. Everything was just reality, and romantic at the same time.
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• United States
13 Feb 07
I personally liked "How To Deal." It's a great movie with people my age, dealing with problems that are... well, real. lol. But my second choice would be "The Phantom of The Opera." I really like that one because of how they were Childhood sweethearts, and they remembered eachother... Titanic was a cute movie, how they fell in love on the ship was kinda cute. But I'm not really one for drama's for the most part.
• Italy
15 Feb 07
watched a moon
• India
15 Feb 07
I too think, it's Titanic. It has to be Titanic, because the heart throbbing elements of love, the depth of rose and Jack's love had touched the bossom of the Atlantic, and there also it didn't stop. It just went on for ever end ever. We all would dream of having a companion like Rose and Jack. They had shown such a strong bond of love that, that would inspire today's generation to feel the depth of true love. Also obviously it was the magical work of James Cameron, which portrayed this beautiful bond of the lovers, through thier eyes, body, and speech. No doubt, Titanic is that movie, which I would recommend every person to see, to know the essence of true romanticism and love.
• India
14 Feb 07
my all time favour. movie is TITANIC