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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Okay, Guys...Time To Get Honest

Okay, men.

None of us are exempt. This is a time for honesty. For courage. For authenticity.

In the comment section below, I want you to share with us ONE romantic movie that you enjoyed.

Don't be afraid. Share with us one chick flick that got to you.

You will not be mocked for your participation. In fact, be sure and tell your significant other about your entry on this post and I'm sure you will receive their respect and admiration.

Now, share...

18 comments:

Scott said...

My wife and i watched The Notebook and both held each other and cried like babies

David George Montalvo said...

do Lifetime movies count bc Jenny forces me *not really* to watch them and usually the evil husband dies and then along comes Mr Right *that's the romance part*.

we did recently watch Fireproof! that was a good flick. a tad cheesy but best produced Chrstian film I've ever seen *sans The Passion*

Michael James said...

A Walk to Remember. I don't care if the book was better, I don't read! Plus, I love Mandy Moore!

Jason said...

When Harry Met Sally. Yes I am dating myself here but dude two words, "Meg Ryan." She was Kate Hudson before there was Kate Hudson.

joseph said...

Gotta say, 'The Bourne Identity'. There was just such a connection between Bourne and Marie. Not good enough?

Ok, if I have to be really honest, I had a hard time choosing,but I'm gonna go with 'P.S. I Love You'. I was a crier that night (and it had some music and the dude had a rockin' Irish accent).

Clay said...

The Notebook

Valtool said...

Notting Hill - but my wife thinks I like it because it suports the premise that a really average guy could get a girl like Julia Roberts.

Jeff said...

Love Actually.

Johnny! said...

Sweet Land. Absolutely incredible movie.

Artie said...

Notebook, Pretty Women.. I will stop here so that I do not affect my standing in the general population of males. Just a reminder that I was a participant in Man up Movie Night.

Steve Killam TMTL said...

I got a thing for Bridget. (Jones that is.) What I do is listen to the english accents and think about Monty Python skits.
I also enjoyed 4 Weddings and a Funeral. You have to admire a romance that starts off dropping the "F" bomb about a half dozen times.

Lance said...

I wish I could remember the name.

Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour in a time traveling love story.

Somewhere in time.

that's it. (I wept)

It's antithesis was a movie with Keanu and Sandra... lakehouse... horrible.

chrismaroon said...

Nottinghill for exactly the reason that valtool's wife says.

Serendipity - cause it was just cool.

And I'm glad no one has mentioned Brokeback Mountain. Really thought that might come from Clay

Jason Fullen said...

Return to Me: Minnie Driver & David Duchovny (que laugh track)

I've seen this movie probably three times. It makes me cry every time & I have a prediction. I predict that I will watch it again.

And cry again.

oldfart said...

OMgoodness. the "Green Mile" was the last movie to get me choked up. Was that a chick flick? Hardly......

Artie said...

oldfart.. you're such a man's man...not in the brokeback mountain kinda way though. I did love the green mile though.. another wonderful movie where Tom Hanks pees.

ross said...

Fargo...

you'd have to know my wife.

ross said...

nevermind... what I "meant" was
Sense and Sensibility

Fargo is something entirely different. And as my consequence for defaming my wife by making you all think she things Fargo is a chick movie... I get to watch it this weekend.

I am so excited.

(and yes... it makes me emotional)