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”








10 comments:

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!

Mere

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!
Penny

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!

Rosie

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,
Jo-Anne

Julie Marie said...

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

Julie

karlascottage.typepad.com 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