Recommendation Needed: Talk Back! | Tell Us Your Favorite Valentine's Day Guilty Pleasure Movie!

We ran this post last year...have your suggestions changed? What movies do you recommend for Valentine's Day 2014?
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In honor of Valentine's Day, we want to know what your favorite romantic movie is and WHY! Click here.  ...Is it the perfect romantic comedy with a happy ending, the tumultuous relationship with its ups and downs, the iconic silver screen duo, or perhaps the quirky, anti-love indie film. 

Tell us!...and maybe your movie recommendation will give another wonderful woman or man a Happy Valentine's Day!

Comments

Alice said…
We just saw the new movie "Celeste And Jesse Forever"...I was a little skeptical, but it was actually really cute and clever. Highly recommend...you can get it on Netflix!
Karen said…
"Still breathing" with Brendan Fraser. #1 It's based in Austin TX #2 It has Brendan Fraser. It's a star-crossed movie, with a sweet Texas guy who dreams of the woman he is destined to be with. She's a typical L.A. woman. It's about letting go of fear and falling in love
Heather Lance Brock said…
An Affair to Remember - best movie kiss of all time - u only see their legs on stairs, then her leg kicks up as they kiss!
Alyssa Burgin said…
Sorry, it's not based in Austin, it's based in San Antonio. In fact, it is as much of a Valentine to San Antonio as it is anything else. There are scenes at the missions, scenes at a lovely ivy-covered private home (the Hammond house) just northwest of Central Market in Alamo Heights, and scenes driving through the southside. The river scenes are from San Marcos. Even the musicians are the Jim Cullum band, from the Landing at the SA riverwalk. Very much a San Antonio movie! And we are proud of it, too.
Karen said…
Whoops! Sorry!!!! I knew that because of the missions, I just "goofed it." Thanks for the correction :)
Texan99 said…
"An Affair to Remember" is a solid choice. I'm also fond of "Truly, Madly, Deeply" and "Overboard." The first is a sweet and heartbreaking story about a woman whose lover died young but returns as either a ghost or a hallucination; she eventually learns how to move on and open her heart again to the living. The second is a funny take on "The Taming of the Shrew," in which a spoiled rich princess loses her memory and makes a new life with a poor carpenter. Both movies have sharp humor, loads of true romance, and terrific feel-good endings.
MARGETTA COULSTON said…
On Golden Pond. A demonstration of love in advanced age.
txveggie said…
Green Card and the BBC versions of Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion. Mmmmmm....Mr. Darcy and Captain Wentworth!
Kelly Herzog said…
"French Kiss" with Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline. Runner-up -- "50 First Dates" with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. Both are lighthearted and fun!
Linda Holzman said…
Tough but I would have to say "The Notebook" from the book by Nicholas Sparks. A story of enduring love.
Anonymous said…
AGREED! That's definitely my guilty pleasure movie too!!

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