Wednesday Favorites – Romantic Comedies

After talking with authors Candace Calvert and Robin Shope, I’ve been on this romantic comedy kick. Let me come clean right now and tell you guys that I love, love, love romantic comedies. My husband knows when I’m watching a “chick flick” and he quietly leaves the room to let me enjoy the movie. Over the years I’ve had boatloads of favorites, but there are a few that I can watch over and over again and still enjoy them.

When Harry Met Sally is still one of my all-time favorite romantic comedies. How can you not love this scene?

Another favorite is You’ve Got Mail. I guess you could say I’m a Meg Ryan fan.

 

Okay, for my last favorite romantic comedy I’m going to pick 27 Dresses. The movie was just plain fun.

 

So there you have it. What are your favorites?

 

 

 

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6 Responses

  1. I’m a Meg Ryan fan, too. My favorite of hers is “Sleepless in Seattle.”

    Other favorites of mine are “Sweet Home Alabama” and my all-time favorite movie: “Fried Green Tomatoes.” LOVE that movie! And I can watch “Steel Magnolias” over and over again… (Do you see a Southern theme here?) LOL!

  2. Sarah, you and I have such similar taste in movies. I loved “Sweet Home Alabama”, and I could watch ‘Sleepless in Seatle” over and over again. And don’t even get me started on “Steal Magnolias.” “Hit her Weezer?” Ha! Do you remember that part?

  3. LOL! I absolutely remember that part! In fact, that movie was on this past weekend (on cable somewhere) because of Mother’s Day. I watched it twice while I was doing housework and stuff.

    Now, I wouldn’t say that it’s particularly a chick flick… But have you seen “Radio” with Cuba Gooding, Jr and Ed Harris? OH, girl! I LOVE that movie! And it’s just icing on the cake that it’s based on a true story in my old pastor’s hometown in SC. 🙂

  4. Radio was such a good movie. I was so inspired, and Cuba Gooding Jr. and Ed Harris were excellent in that movie. Now I’m in the mood to watch it again. 🙂

  5. Sharon,
    My husband is more of a romantic-comedy movie lover than I am. His all time favorite is when harry met sally. The one I like the best is the one you, your mom and I watched on a rainy night one summer, “The Holiday” with Cameron Diaz. I don’t know if it was the movie, or the company or both, but l loved it.
    I also like Hitch with Will Smith and Kevin James, but the ending is kind of weak.

  6. It’s so funny, Cheryl, because that day couldn’t have been more perfect. The movie was great, the timing just right, and of course the fellowship was even better. Man, I long for more special days like that one.

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