Tag: Romance Movies

You’ve Got Mail

A classic 90’s romance. But really more then that. I recently read Buzzfeed post that had some completely unfounded and biased opinions about it that I finally had to rewatch the movie and, I’m happy to say, the post was completely and utterly wrong. This movie has more depth and insight into the human soul

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Spaceballs

You can’t get much better than the satirical genius of Mel Brooks. Despite the obvious comedy and goofiness the film holds a level of cinema that’s seen only in a classic film. For those who aren’t familiar with Brooks he’s a forefront leader in comedic satires; the reason is that he doesn’t abandon the things

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How To Use Guys With Secret Tips

  This hilarious Korean movie is a bright interactive thematic experience that was an enjoyable and easy watch. I’ve recently been on a long, obsessive kick of Korean dramas and I was actually trying to find something different, but I came upon this movie by accident and I couldn’t resist. The plot just sounded too

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When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep

  This film has to be one of the most unique and creative films I’ve seen in a while. The sheer creative direction and style of the film is so playful and the imaginative mixture of camera slides and motions with the graphic illustrations is just too amazing. I wish I knew more about the

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Populaire

This film was very exciting for me to watch as it was my first French film I’d ever seen. I should have known that only the French could make a well and true Romantic Comedy. Although, like I’ve mentioned before, I’m not huge on romances, I still really enjoyed this film and thought it was

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Stardust

  Stardust. My favorite movie for the longest time and I still think it is pretty great, albeit not my all-time fave anymore. This film has just about everything one could hope for: magic, princes, witches, ghosts, pirates and some pretty exciting action scenes all wrapped up in a classic coming-to-age hero story. The plot

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Howl’s Moving Castle

  Here we have one of Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpieces: Howl’s Moving Castle. If you are somehow unaware  of Miyazaki’s work, he is a brilliant artist and story teller from Japan that has reached world renown and then some. This movie was the first Miyazaki film I’d ever seen as a girl so it will always

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