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Because nothing says Romance like racism and rebellion.
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Toss up between Two For The Road (Finney and Hepburn), The Americanization of Emily (Garner and Andrews) and When Harry Met Sally (Crystal and Ryan). Make me laugh and I'll fall in love.

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GHOST.
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One of my all time favorite ROMAN HOLIDAY.

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ROMAN HOLIDAY
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City of Angels was a beautiful and very sad movie. I know there are angels amongst us here on earth and I loved this movie.

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City of Angels, with Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage. She had a hard time holding back even though she didn't believe.  Very sad ending, wicked sad.

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The Notebook with James Garner.

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"Love Story" love means never having to say you're Sorry!!!!!
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My vote goes to "The Enchanted Cottage" starring Robert Young as a disfigured war veteran who lives in seclusion in a cottage. There he meets the plain housekeeper, Dorothy McGuire. As the two get to know each other and fall in love, they are physically transformed by that love. When his mother, Spring Byington, visits, she doesn't "see" the two beautiful people. The question for me is "What is real?"

The movie speaks to the transformative power of love and that beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. The film was made in 1945. I saw it as a young child and I've never forgot it!
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