But, I can't pass out an opportunity to show some of the greatest, sweetest, heart warming and romantic scenes from movies, that make me dream. Here are my choices:
Pride and Prejudice- field scene
I love the cinematography, the music, Macfadyen and the way he says "...and I, I, I love you" *sigh*
Dirty Dancing- nobody puts Baby in a corner
When I was little, my parents would use to put VCRs on to shut me up, call me down, so they can do some thing around the house. I had 3 videos that I loved and I could watch non-stop: Beauty and The Beast-Disney movie, Dirty Dancing and Cry Baby (the Johnny Depp). You'll probably wonder about the last two, but I was so little that I couldn't understand the love stories or specific jokes, so I just focused on the actors and the music and dancing- that made me happy. Dirty Dancing and this final part will always be a part of my memories, I love it, no matter what people say.
Country Strong- give into me
I don't usually go for country, but this movie is pretty good, and the song starting at the 1 minute mark is very cool. Plus, it has Garrett Hedlund, which I very much like, and the chemistry between them is believeable.
Reality bites- end scene
Bonus- the My Sharona scene is so fun!
Sixteen candles- church scene
Classic, no need for explanation! The guy is very cute! (sorry for the bad quality, couldn't find another one)
Romeo+Juliet- First meeting, first kiss
One of the most romantic scenes out there, I could watch this non-stop. The song, the story, the two young lovers- lovely, just lovely!
A walk to remember- the song
You probably don't like this movie and consider it to be a cheep romcom, but I like it. The story was new to me then (now, it appears to be the theme of the moment, as many movies and books have the subject of "Girl has cancer/leukemia, boy falls in love with her", with the obligatory sad ending), and I always liked Mandy Moore's sweetness and her beautiful voice. Plus, Shane West- yes :)
10 things I hate about you- HL singing+poem
Two iconic scenes which I am sure you know and love!
...and the poem
Jane Eyre 2011- Mr Rochester admits
It's not the full scene, but if you haven't seen it, I hope it makes you do, because it's a wonderful film!
p.s. If you're wondering why Titanic is not on the list, it's just because I never really liked it as much as the others, and I never cried during the water/wood scene.
p.s.2. If you are sick of romance, and just want sex, go check out Sati's post- 15 most memorable sex scenes
Which one is your favorite?
Do you have any plans for V day? With BF/GF, out with friends, or movie at home? Let me know!