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I can't argue about New Year's Eve (Valentine's Day was unmemorable) - Leah Michelle's performance of Auld Lang Syne made it memorable for me.

On the subject of sort-of oldies -- Do you remember Heaven Can Wait with Warren Beatty? I haven't seen it lately so don't know if it held up over time. It was so original in its day, and such a beautiful romance. I also liked Only the Lonely, with John Candy and Ally Sheedy, believe it or not. Another one that surprised me - Just like Heaven, with Reese Witherspoon. Not Groundhog Day or even close, but more meaty than New Year's Eve. (Not very old, but I missed it when it came out.) Splash was also good. Guys and Dolls with Marlon Brando, I can't remember if the movie was hot, but Brando at that age put it in that category!

In its own way, Oh Brother Where Art Thou is, at its heart a (comic) romance....

The very recent PBS remake of Jane Eyre is the best one I've seen, even better than the 2011 film remake, and the romance surprisingly steamy - intense longing, well done.

I liked Avatar better than the men in our household - I think because it's a romance at its heart. ("My Jake"!) I could watch that scene over and over with a lump in my throat even though it's a big blue alien and a guy in a stupor.

Do you have any opinions about the romances available for free right now on Amazon prime?

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anne, I find that happy endings don't always work with the material in both books and film, but I agree that when done well, they are very emotionally satisfying. That's certainly what I love so much about Anne of Green Gables/Avonlea. And in Little Women, for example, there's something so unsatisfying about Jo's romance with Professor Bhaer compared with the one she might have had with Laurie. A fantastic book and reasonably good set of movies turned grim by an author's stubbornness. Age of Innocence doesn't have a happy ending, but it's a beautiful movie. Donnie Darko is dark in every way, not just in the ending - about a schizophrenic teenager, his family and the girl he likes. I only mentioned it because it is romantic and involves time travel. I haven't seen Tortilla Soup, but I quite enjoyed Eat Drink Man Woman, so I'll add that to the list. I've been meaning to watch Letters to Juliet because I like the premise so much- will see if it's free to stream on Netflix or Amazon. I liked Happy Accidents, by the way. I'm so glad you enjoyed this post - I have watched a lot of good/bad movies and enjoy trading opinions.

Thanks for letting me know about Age of Innocence. Sorry to ask for a revisit of the list, but I'd love to know which of the ones I haven't seen on your recommended list has a relatively happy ending:
Amelie
The Philadelphia Story
The Way We Were (isn't this a classic tearjerker? sometimes they can be okay, but I've been afraid to watch it...)
Impromptu
Two for the Road
Kissing Jessica Stein
Nothing Sacred
My Man Godfrey

Something I really enjoyed that is now on Amazon Prime (under TV) is a PBS miniseries called The Buccaneers. It's not a happy ending in the classic sense, but the main characters find love in the end, it is romantic and human.

I was just scrolling through an online list of IMDB's top 100 romantic comedies (and thinking 9 out of 10 of their choices are forgettable or a waste of time), and came across Shallow Hal, which I really enjoyed. Also loved Gulliver's Travels with Jack Black, which has a romance element. His movies I seem to either love or hate. Shallow Hal was one of those movies that exceeded my (admittedly low) expectations.

"The Bourne Ultimatum" is one movie that benefited from such unofficial marketing, as bloggers and teens online spread the word that the chase scenes and fight scenes of the MTV-style film were especially realistic, says Douglas Gomery, former professor of the economics of cinema at the University of Maryland and resident scholar of the Library of American Broadcasting.

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