A&E — 15 February 2017







“A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets.”

Titanic is an immediate classic. This is one of those movies that remind people of what true love is and how strong of an experience love can be for some.

The love story of Jack, a struggling artist and Rose, a troubled young woman raised in a rich society, is a story that resonates with most people.













The Notebook

“If you’re a bird, I’m a bird.”

This 2004 film is a classic romance movie that most people have seen at least once before. This movie follows the love story of a poor and passionate young man (Ryan Gosling) who falls in love with a lively young woman (Rachel McAdams).











50 First Dates

“There’s nothing like a first kiss.”

This movie is a story about Lucy, a young art teacher and painter, whom following a road accident, suffers from a rare case of memory loss. This disorder causes major complications once marine biologist Henry Roth, falls head over heals in love with Lucy. Henry devises a new plan to make Lucy fall in love with him every single day.











500 Days of Summer

“There’s no such thing as love. It’s a fantasy.”

This movie might seem like an anti-romantic comedy in some ways, but it touches on some of the most honest and painful facets of love. It polarizes those times when love feels one-sided or clouded by desperate optimism.












How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

“True or false: All’s fair in love and war.”

A young woman magazine journalist lands the perfect piece: “How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days.”
Her editor urges her to pick an attractive advertising executive.
What she doesn’t realize is that the same guy she’s trying to get rid of is vying to win a bet too; that he can make her fall in love with him in just 10 days.










Love Actually

“True love lasts a lifetime.”

During the holiday season, a Prime Minister begins to fall in love with his caterer, a writer discovers his wife is cheating on him, a recent widower coaches his son through his first crush and the Prime Minister’s sister suspects her husband of infidelity.
The movie is heart warming and showcases each couple and their struggle to find love or keep it.











Forgetting Sarah Marshall

“She’s complicated like the DaVinci code, ya know but harder to crack.”

Peter had spent six years idolizing his girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall. His world came crashing down on him when Sarah dumps him and Peter finds himself alone and miserable.
After the breakup, Peter escapes to Oahu while also falling for another woman, Rachel.










When Harry Met Sally

“You know; you may be the first attractive woman I’ve not wanted to sleep with in my entire life.”

After graduating from the University of Chicago, Harry and Sally meet on a shared car ride into New York City.
Harry tries to pursue Sally, but she declines and they go their separate ways. Five years later, they bump into each other on a plane ride. They remain close friends for a while until they accidently sleep with each other and then things start to get complicated.










Crazy Stupid Love

“I have loved her even when I hated her…only married couples will understand that one.”

Cal is trying to deal with his wife divorcing.
Cal goes to a local bar and is noticed by Jacob. Jacob vows to help Cal become a more attractive man and teaches him to get any woman he wants.
Meanwhile, Jacob approaches a beautiful redhead named Hannah who ends up being the only woman ever to turn Jacob down.










Sleepless in Seattle

“Destiny is something we’ve invented because we can’t stand the fact that everything that happens in accidental.”

Sleepless in Seattle is a heartwarming story of a grieving widower Sam whose young son calls a radio talk show psychologist and tells her his Christmas wish is a new wife for his dad.
Annie who is engaged to a boring man, Bill, hears Sam’s soulful comments and it ignites something in her.





By Brianna Ross and Jennifer Snook


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