Friday, February 15, 2013

Romantic scenes we love

Yesterday was VALENTINE'S DAY, a day of candy boxes, flowers, red dresses, greeting cards and most of all romance!
We're romantics at heart here at ROUTE 1 (and not just about mid-1970s British soccer magazines), which brings us to this week's FRIDAY QUESTION:
"What is your favorite romantic scene in a movie?"
SANDYE V. -- When Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr finally get together at the end of "An Affair to Remember." It's corny but I love it.
KERSTIN H. -- When Sam and Charlie are in the bedroom right before she leaves for college in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."
RICK T. -- The final kiss in "Ghost." When he kissed her goodbye for the last time.
ANNIKA H. -- "Harry Potter."
JIM S. -- The scene in "Ghost" where Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore -- through Whoopi Goldberg -- get one last physical embrace. It has a strange start, but it ultimately is very emotional and transcendent.
ERIK H. -- When the ambitious politician played by Brian Donlevy realizes he has fallen in love with Muriel Angelus' character, whom he had originally married only for political convenience, in Preston Sturges' "The Great McGinty."


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