Hollywood’s Great Romantic Scenes: The Sequel -- 1960 to Present

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Waypic250Because filmmakers around the world have embraced love stories at a near-alarming rate over the decades, the idea of falling in and out of love earns its own sequel.

In this presentation enhanced with PowerPoint images and film clips that runs just over an hour, we’ll focus on the most moving romantic scenes between 1960 and today.
 
Some movies show up on both lists, of course, like “The Way We Were” and “Moonstruck.”
 
In this popular presentation, however, we'll move a little closer to today with "Something's Gotta Give," "Titanic" and perhaps the most romantic of them all ...
 
Well, you'll just have to join us to find out which one that is. Get out your hankies and book your "Great Romantic" movies presentation today.
 
For availability and speaking fees, call 214-364-7364 or email moviememories@verizon.net.
 
 
(Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford photo from "The Way We Were" courtesy:  Columbia Pictures.)

Comments

Great. Now I have Ms. Streisand's song playing in my mind and I can't get it out. Memories...

Some of these movies were really good. others were just made to make us cry. That's my opinion on it. There's no way that a director can just come up with a film that evokes so much emotion without planning it that way at the beginning.

We like it too I think. The recommendations we get from friends who have seen a movie before us are quite effective when they say that a film made them cry.

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If I'm lion, you dirty rats are dyin'

Must-have items on today's shopping list:  Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla ice cream (half gallon now only $8.99!), a big ol' bag of Halloween candy and mountain lion urine.

What, you're shocked?

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Me, too.  I can remember when a half gallon of Blue Bell was $2.99, or on sale for 3-for-$5.  That's at least a dollar less than what they're getting for a pint now.  If my math is right, there are four pints in a half gallon.  Shouldn't a pint be about $2.25?  Of course not.  That would make too much sense, and, apparently, way too little cents.

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What, that's not what shocked you?  Must be the Halloween candy.  The best bargain in town this week has to be leftover Halloween candy.  One of those giant gut-buster bags of bite-sized morsels such as BabyRuths, Whoppers, KitKats and Butterfingers, my personal favorite, are marked down to half-price now.  That means only 25 or 30 bucks a bag.

 

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