What's the most romantic film you've ever seen?

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  1. ravenvii macrumors 604

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    With keeping with the latest "What's the _____est film you've ever seen?" trend, what's the most romantic film you've ever seen?

    For me, that must be Notebook and Gone With the Wind (I can't believe the movie was made in the 1930's, it was so far ahead of it's time).
     
  2. kjanice2009 macrumors member

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    well, i think Titanic is one of the most romantic movies i have ever seen
     
  3. c-Row macrumors 65816

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    Gandhi II


    (nah... "Love, Actually" it is, I guess) :D
     
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    Another vote for Love Actually.

    The clincher is the fact that it's extremely funny, too... :)
     
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    I don't know if I'd say "most romantic" (maybe though...), but my favorite movie of that whole general genre is "Notting Hill". Which is odd cause I don't normally like Julia Roberts.
     
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    Indeed. :) It's one of the few romantic movies I can truly enjoy.
     
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    Bridget Jones

    "he likes you just as you are?!" :confused:

    Loads more, I love romantic films. That line's my favourite right now though.
     
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    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, or in a really twisted sorta way Buffalo '66
     
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    Yeah...I usually don't really appreciate romantic comedies, but this one and Wild At Heart (and perhaps True Romance), on the other end of the scale, I really like... ;)
     
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    Romantic. Romantic. Hmmm... Only You wasn't bad as a love story, but it wasn't really romantic. I really liked the underlying theme in The Illusionist, but then again the movie itself wasn't romantic. Casablanca was very good, and I like in the end Bogey does the noble thing. That's kind of romantic.

    Gone With the Wind was a long soap and Titanic was too disturbing.

    I love that movie UHF :D
     
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    Don't you mean Sleepless In Seattle II: Internet Version?
     
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    Yep, both directed by Nora Ephron. Who also directed Julia & Julia and Bewitched.
     
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    Ooh also this: Validation

    Certainly not a full length movie, but is definitely up there in the most fantastic movies I've ever seen.
     
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    In the true sense of the definition of "romantic" movie, I would have to say Forrest Gump. One of my top five favs of all time.
     
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    Sigh...I agree with those that said Love Actually.

    ::face palm::
     

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