Especially for the holiday Lovers. Another option how to spend the evening together.
Here is another option for a memorable Valentine’s Day: a Warm blanket, sweets and one of those classic movies about love, informs Rus.Media.
Year and ILSA will always have Paris, and we will always have this wonderful film. Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Ingrid Bergman comes to Bogie (the stage name of Humphrey Bogart) owns a nightclub where they play gambling. There she meets her past love River, and former lovers Voss droutsa between them and sparks fly. But it happens a little scuffle called world war II, and, frankly, their problems are on the second place. In the end, Bergman is with her husband-a war hero (Paul Henreid), and the Year is with a new friend, played by the incomparable Claude Raines.
Shakespeare In Love (1998)
“Romeo, Romeo, why are you Romeo?” In this funny and witty novel Shakespeare (Joseph Finnes) is in a creative crisis and could not finish his next play, Romeo and Juliet (his first project was called Romeo and Ethel). Then he meets an attractive young woman (Gwyneth Paltrow, who has received for a role “Oscar”), which gives him much inspiration as he needs to finish the play.
Gone with the wind (1939)
Everyone will tell you that this picture is the final story of immortal love between a resident of the South Scarlett o’hara (Vivian Leigh) and the rascal Rhett Butler (Clark End). Actually, it’s a love story between Scarlett and her home. It’s really a beautiful house, so we posted the film on our list.
The African Queen (1951)
Again, this Bogie (Humphrey Bogart)! This time he, along with Katharine Hepburn in Africa during the First world war. The great Director John Huston made the film with humor, action and joined the two great personalities of the American screen. Boogie and happy. Hepburn plays mesonero that runs from the Germans. Boogie is an alcoholic, reckless captain who sails on an old ship, which should ensure that the heroine safe passage. Together they shy away from the leeches, white water and unpleasant Huns on the way to discovering that love will survive even different hygiene problems.
Not all men like this movie, but women love it, because they are more romantic. Women just playcute when the scene is like Patrick Swayze and demi Moore making love on the wheel for the manufacture of ceramic ware. However, some might cry, when the pair destroyed a perfectly made pot – in a word – everyone will find the film something for themselves. In the film, one of the main roles plays the consummate Whoopi Goldberg, so it will be really awesome.
The Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)
Clumsy, prone to trouble a woman decides to take control of his life at the age of 32 years. The first thing she decides to do: start a diary. On the way to perfection, she meets and falls in love with Hugh Grant and Colin Firth – not bad for a clumsy, prone to misfortune women. Unfortunately for her, two people hate each other. Fortunately for us, their mutual hatred leads to a violent fight with his fists. Without a doubt the most valuable film in the list.
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
You really should know the person with whom you wirte to go on looting and shootings. And every robbed Bank and morwenna of the law, love Bonnie and Clyde Leah is growing. Of course, a little easier to fall in love when the person you porua laws, looks like Warren Beatty or faye dunaway, who played the gangsters of the depression era. Despite the fact that Director Arthur Penn shows a lot of bloody action, in fact, it is a love affair between two beautiful psychopaths.
The notebook (2004)
Without a doubt, James garner played a role. Based on the novel by Nicholas Spars, the film tells the story of an old man whose wife suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. Garner appears daily at home to read her a Chapter from his notebook. The story he reads is about two young lovers that takes place in the 40-ies. Her rich parents don’t approve of such relationships. How will it end? Well, you can guess for yourself. But who cares when the film itself is very cute, and actors garner, Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams and Gena Rowlands (her son Nick Cassavetes) – just beautiful. As they say, it’s a movie for the whole family.
The apartment (1960)
Oh, God, I think this film has everything that goes against the romance. In exchange for promotion, our hero, Jack Lemmon, rents the apartment to his oily boss (Fred macmurray), who has an extramarital affair with our heroine (Shirley MacLaine). Of course, in the end, our hero and heroine fall in love. So, how this film managed to be funny, charming and absolutely romantic, and not screaming? This has to do with writer /Director Billy Wilder, one of the consummate Hollywood authors.
Four weddings and a funeral (1994)
Charles (Hugh Grant) is not lucky in love, that is, as long as he meets at the wedding of a beautiful American named Carrie (Andie MacDowell). When Charles and Kerry continue to intersect in the four weddings and a funeral (where the film got its name) – it comes to the idea that maybe he finally got lucky in love. The movie’s funny moments and Grant is the charm. How it magical? Find out for yourself.