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#1
After making a list of my favorite movies, I realised not a single one of them had to do with love, romance, getting the girl, etc. I'm not sure if it's because:

1) I've only seen shitty romance movies
2) Movies about love are generally shitty to begin with
or
3) I'm a heartless jackass

So Pit, what's your favorite movie about love? After thinking about it, I finally decided my favorite would be The Terminal with Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta Jones. Even that one isn't completely about love. But damn that's a really good movie.
#4
I don't have one because why the **** would I care about fictional characters pretending to be in love?
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#5
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World/most movies with Michael Cera.
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Forrest Gump, in a sense
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#11
Lars and the Real Girl
Princess Bride
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Stranger Than Fiction (it involves a main love storyline anyway)
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I don't have one because why the **** would I care about fictional characters pretending to be in love?


Why would you care about fictional characters doing anything then?
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#14
500 Days of Summer, one of my favorite movies ever
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#16
Wristcutters.

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Annie Hall
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Why would you care about fictional characters doing anything then?

Because it's different when the premise is them sharing the love. I don't need a movie to watch a mundane relationship.
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#23
Vanilla Sky, though it's science fictioney, in the end it's all because of love.

True Romance by Quentin Tarrantino is pretty bad ass.

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#24
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


I honestly couldn't get into that movie for some reason. Which is weird because I usually love Jim Carry movies.

The Notebook (or anything based off a Nicholas Sparks novel)
Twilight (ok, maybe not so much the movies, but the books are 10x better)
Titanic

That's all I got at the moment. I'll probably think of more later.
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I don't have one because why the **** would I care about fictional characters pretending to be in love?

Empathy? Understanding part of the human experience through the constructed experiences of a character? i dunno.

Chasing Amy.
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Wristcutters.


this... that was one of the best movies ever...
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Empathy? Understanding part of the human experience through the constructed experiences of a character? i dunno.

Chasing Amy.

Yeah I can understand it much better by observing real situations.
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#30
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also watched titanic yesterday for the first time in a while. shit was cash.

Titanic is awesome.
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Annie Hall
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#33
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Wrist Cutters: A Love Story
Love Actually
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
Amelie
Whisper of the Heart
Lost in Translation (not exactly a love story, but I think it counts)

I think that's about it.
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I honestly couldn't get into that movie for some reason. Which is weird because I usually love Jim Carry movies.


Yeah I can understand that. It took me a few views of it to actually get it, but once I did it became one of my favorites.

I'd also have to say "Definitely, Maybe" with Ryan Reynolds. Great story.
And of course Amelie and The Princess Bride.
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#36
500 Days of Summer, can't believe i forgot that one
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#37
Phantom Of The Opera. Maybe not the movie so much, I mean it is the same story but not as well done as broadway. But broadway I cried.
#38
My favorites are...

The Fountain
What Dreams May Come
500 Days of Summer

The first two are my two favorite movies of all time, of any type
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