What Do You Think is the Most Romantic Movie Ever?

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"The Magic of Ordinary Days" starring Keri Russell and Skeet Ulrich. Made in 2005 and set in the mid-West during WWI, it follows the journey of a young (single) pregnant woman whose appalled father sends her half-way across the country to marry a farmer she's never met. Beautifully acted, intelligently scripted and visually appealing, it transports us back to a tenuous time in our history.  The displaced

mother-to-be continues writing to the soldier she fell in love with hoping he'll rescue her.  Desperate for companionship during the long days at home while her new stranger husband works the farm, she befriends two Japanese sisters from California who are working in the fields and living in a nearby internment camp.  The film is sweet, compassionate, gentle and revealing. It is full of heart, understanding, forgiveness and love.  For all these reasons and more, it's my pick for the most romantic movie ever.

 

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There have been many films with exceptionally romantic scenes, such as Picnic, which was recently posted and which I like very much. But for start-to-finish romanticism, I don't think the 1937 MacDonald-Eddy film Maytime can be beaten.

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Picnic, with William Holden and Kim Novak, I feel is the most romatic movie ever.  The scene in which they dance to the song "Moonglow' has always been memorable for me.

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One before my time but I watch it at least once a year-Casablanca

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and that movie has the most romantic scene - when Gere carries Winger out of the factory at the end when she had thought it was over and everyone is cheering.

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try kevin Costner in REVENGE w Anthony quinn n madeline stowe...powerful movie
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maybe not the best but leaves your heart wanting more , you actually feel n connect if it hadn't happened at one time to you ... check out a walk in the spring rain 1970 Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman cant get any better than that for talent
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Bodyguard  of course.....Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner

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An Officer and A Gentleman.....Debra Winger and Richard Gere

 

 

LOL...I think Smiley Very Happy

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I really enjoyed Somewhere in Time

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I just remembered a movie I saw many, many years ago.  It starred Sally Field and James Garner in a May-December type love story entitled

Murphy's Romance. 

 

Even though I haven't seen the movie in years (over thirty to be exact),  I remember it fondly as a good, well-acted, tug-at-the-heartstrings love story.

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