1. Are you kidding me? Do we have the same brain? I have been watching this on my trainer this week and literally posted about it during my morning coffee today. Seriously – this is getting weird… πŸ™‚

  2. Room with a View would be my pick, hands down. Love, Actually was also a good one. As far as old guilty pleasures: Untamed Heart. Classic 90’s melodrama. Pretty sure I’d find it just a titch over the top now, but loved it back in the day. πŸ˜‰
    I missed Paris Je T’aime. Looking forward to seeing it.

  3. i was just thinking about this movie the other day! it’s very interesting… and made me miss paris terribly! i don’t really love romantic movies the way i used to… but at one point i was REALLY obsessed with ‘playing by heart’. maybe because it had jon stewart in it and i adore him? dunno. but i liked it πŸ™‚ great cast.

  4. I share your love for Paris Je t’aime, and it could be a great idea, like Jamie said, to do the same with New York, and maybe a lot of other cities.

    Even if some of my friends thank that the short with the couple of mimes was corny, that was my favourite. What was yours?

  5. I love this movie and I’ve added it to my queue to see again – Thanks! I know it’s horribly cheesy but Love Actually is cute and I adore Pride and Prejudice… although, those are just movies that I think are romantic, my husband strongly dislikes them… so if you can’t enjoy it with you significant other – then is it romantic??? (This is a long comment)

  6. It’s so nice to hear someone else obsessed with Before Sunrise/Sunset. My husband always makes fun of me for watching them (especially Before Sunset) over and over and over again. I haven’t seen “Paris J T’aime” yet, but it’s on my Netflix. I’ll have to move it to the top!

  7. I went to a press screening of He’s Just Not that Into You tonight. It’s absolutely awful. The worst movie I’ve seen in years! I was all geared up to enjoy some mindless fluff but couldn’t even bring myself to blog about how bad it is!

    My fave romantic movie is Unbearable Lightness of Being. I also love Chocolat and Love Actually and the good Jane Austen productions πŸ™‚ Oooh, and Rebecca!

  8. Oh no, Jane! I knew it would be mindless but i was hoping it was watchable:(

    Summer- Glad you are obsessed… me too!

    Roberta Jane- I don’t know…Good point!

  9. before sunrise/before sunset! ohh how i love. when celine is dancing to nina simone in her gorgeous apartment and says to jesse “baby you are gonna miss that plane”

  10. Yes, Julia, that’s my favorite part!

    Thanks, Deanna I’ll have to check out the NYC version. I am excited about a new ooy Deschanel movie!! Off to your blog to check it out!

  11. I know someone said they hated He’s Just Not That Into You, but I just got back from seeing it and I enjoyed it! It’s not a perfect movie, but I do like the ending. : )

  12. i’ve always wanted to watch Paris Je t’aime, now that you’ve recommended it, it’s definitely the next dvd to watch on my list! =)
    i like notting hills, amelie and roman holiday (even though the ending wasn’t like the rest).

  13. Sorry for not being original, but Before Sunrise must be my favourite movie as well. I might have watched it 15 times already, every time with a smile on my face. If you like Julie Delpy, see the romantic comedy she directed! It’s lots of fun and has similarities to Linklater’s style. It’s called 2 days in Paris.

  14. Oh, this is one of my favourite movies, right next to AmΓ©lie and Once! I cannot wait for the New York, I Love You film release! It should have been out by now but they delayed it until April… I hope that will be concrete!

    They are hoping to release a whole series of these with the City of Love concept. Wikipedia says the director wants to continue with Shanghai, Jerusalem, Istanbul, and South America!

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