Sunday, February 10, 2008

Count down to Valentine’s Day & romantic movies

"An Evening Dance"

This year for Valentine's day my husband and I will be staying at home
and watching one of my favorite romantic movies "Somewhere In Time."
I love the theme, I love the place, I love the clothes.
What are some of your favorite romantic movie ?
I would love to hear.
Some of my other favorites are “Summer of 42”
and “The Way we Were”


Victorian Lady said...

You've Got Mail...right at the end when Tom says, "I would have asked for your number. I'd ask you out for dinner and a movie...for as long as we both shall live."

I love Tom! My hubby even looks a bit like him. :) Not a coincidence!


Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...
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Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Hi! It was me who deleted the comment above....lots of typos :-).

I loved Somewhere in time. I think one of my most favorite romantic movies is When Harry Met Sally.

I will be back to see what other loved!

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering my giveaway. Can't wait to peruse your blog :-)

I loved all of the above mentions......My Hubby and I especially love "You've Got Mail" since we actually met online!


Jenn and Jacqui said...

Hi Louise, oh that is a hard question to answer! OK, for Jacqui it is Enchanted, for me it is Casablanca, maybe not your usual choice of romantic, but I thought so and could watch it over and over!! Have a great week! Jenn and Jacqui

Fete et Fleur said...

This is my one of my very favorite movies! I love everything about it just like you. What a romantic way to spend your Valentine's!

Hugs! Nancy

Vintage Rose Collection said...

Thats exactly what my husband and I will be doing as well, watching romantic movies. Somewhere in time is one of my favorites.
I can't think of a lovelier way to spend and evening, at home with loved ones...
Happy Valentine's Day,

Julie Marie said...

Love "While You Were Sleeping" for a modern, light-hearted romance, and "Tristan and Isole" for a historical, tragi-romance.

Julie said...

I hadn't thought about Summer of 42 in years! Yes, I'd say "The Way We Were" has to be in my top faves.

Leigh Ann said...

That is one fabulous movie. I love the soundtrack, too. I've always wanted to go to the Grand Hotel when they host the Somewhere in Time weekend there.

I think Love Actually is a wonderful romantic movie and Notting Hill. I've been watching both lately.

Cheers! LA