Jenny and Oliver are from very different backgrounds but that does not stop them from falling madly in love with each other when they are at college. But when tragedy strikes the meaning of love will be shown, remember though that means you never have to say you’re sorry!
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Found this on Facebook and thought it would be a good idea for blogging!
Day 1: Favorite film
Day 2: Least favorite film
Day 3: Favorite comedy
Day 4: Favorite drama
Day 5: Favorite action
Day 6: Favorite horror
Day 7: Favorite animated feature
Day 8: Favorite thriller
Day 9: Favorite musical
Day 10: Favorite foreign film
Day 11: Favorite kid’s movie
Day 12: Favorite love story
Day 13: Favorite chick flick
Day 14: Favorite documentary
Day 15: Favorite play adaptation
Day 16: Favorite book adaptation
Day 17: Least favorite book adaptation
Day 18: Film that is your guilty pleasure
Day 19: Film that made you cry the hardest
Day 20: Movie with your favorite actress
Day 21: Movie with your favorite actor
Day 22: Movie you wish you could live in
Day 23: Movie that inspires you
Day 24: Movie with your favorite soundtrack
Day 25: Movie with the most beautiful scenery
Day 26: Movie you’re most embarrassed to say you like
Day 27: Movie with your favorite villain
Day 28: Movie with your favorite hero
Day 29: First movie you ever remember watching
Day 30: Last movie you watched
Well my original plan was to have this top 10 done and out on Valentine’s Day mainly because tragic love stories where people don’t end up together seem to be more of a reality than the rom-com’s with the whole cliché of they lived happily ever after the end. I decided to make a long list of possible films which I could have put in my top 10 list.
In the list you will find many different love stories but all a lot shorter than they should have been.
Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, The Bridges of Madison County, Splendor In The Grass, Titanic, Brokeback Mountain, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Romeo & Juliet, City of Angels, Ghost, Love Story, A Walk to Remember, (500) Days of Summer, Phantom of the Opera and The Way We Were.
Tragic Love Stories: Part 2
WARNING: This post contains spoilers!!!
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The 2010 Grammy Awards took place last night so I have spent some time this morning searching YouTube to see clips of some of the performances. Lady GaGa really blew everyone away with a compilation of some of her songs from the previous year. “Poker Face” “Bad Romance” and my favorite “Speechless” which involved Sir Elton John in a duet and they changed to “Your Song” in the middle then went back to singing Speechless. It really was just incredible she seems to get better each time you see her perform.
Other performances which I loved were my favorites Bon Jovi 🙂 who sung three songs including classic hit “Livin’ On A Prayer” which was voted for by the public for them to sing. Pink was brilliant singing “Glitter in the Air” and Taylor Swift done an incredible performance of Love Story and You Belong With Me.
I could not yet find the Michael Jackson tribute but hopefully will be able to watch that very soon.
Yes this is a very random post, and doesnt really have anything to do with movies. But the odd random post about something else, or a little rant and stuff like that would be cool, right?
Yeah I think so. I am currently listening to iTunes and have had a couple of her songs on, and they are so good. They really appeal to me at the moment with the lyrics and stuff like that. So I figured I had to state this on my blog, haha. Yes it is random, but the songs are so good. I do sometimes think she is a little young to be singing some of these things as she cant really know what its all about, but hey who am I to judge?
Love Story is on now . . . love it !!! “Take me somewhere for us to be alone . . . you be the prince, i’ll be the princess . . . “