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Friday, February 06, 2009

Q&A Friday!

Noodlers kicked off our month with blogs devoted to romantic films and romantic couples on TV. We also offered a few suggestions for Valentine's Day. Feel free to pass those along to your husband!

Our question for today:

What are some romantic movies we should add to our watch list? Why do you find these movies so appealing? And do you prefer popcorn with or without butter?

When you're finished posting, you may want to pre-order Noodler MJ Fredrick's February 24th release by Samhain titled Hot Shot. If you think firemen are sexy, this book's for you!

Their passion rivals the fires they battle. Peyton Michaels expected her assignment to be simple-write an article about everyday heroes. Heroes like Hot Shot firefighter Gabe Cooper. She never expected to find herself running up a mountain, a wildfire nipping at her heels, her life in his hands. And she never expected to be drawn to Gabe. After the loss of her husband in the line of duty, the last thing she wants is to fall in love with yet another man who routinely puts his life at risk. Gabe has had enough of women who want to make him into someone he's not. Women like his ex, who couldn't handle the heat of his job. Like Peyton, who sees him as a hero when he's just a man doing a job. Except time after time, the pesky reporter proves her mettle. And gets deeper under his skin. But there's an arsonist at work, and danger is closing in with the speed of a raging brush fire. Peyton and Gabe have to dig deep for what it takes to be a real hero-to find the courage to reach out and grab a forever kind of love. Before it's too late. Warning: sexy

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At 8:35 AM, Blogger Mo H said...

Some romantic movies I love that were mentioned earlier in the week: While You Were Sleeping, Romancing the Stone, Philadelphia Story. One that wasn't Ever After with Drew Barrymore. A fabulous version of Cinderella. I love the acting and that Leonardo di Vinci has a part in the story, the sets were fabulous. I cried when the father died. And I loved how even though the evil stepmother was clearly evil, Angelica Huston played the part with dimension. We felt the stepmother truly loved Danielle's father.

As to popcorn, definitely without butter, not that you can call that liquid that the theater's pour on popcorn real butter. Shudder.

At 11:32 AM, Blogger Sherry Lewis said...

Sliding Doors. It's one of my favorite romantic movies ever. I have to add Hope Floats, but only for that 30 second shot of Harry and Sandra face-to-face and him saying, "Who said anything about kissing?" The rest of the movie ... meh, not so much, but that scene gets me every time.

At 3:02 PM, Blogger Gillian Layne said...

If you haven't seen People Will Talk, you must rent it! :) Cary Grant is charming beyond words, and even though he "saves" her, she really does turn around and save him right back. (Nods to Pretty Woman.)

Butter! Until the doctor tells me no, butter! We use the real stuff.

At 12:00 AM, Blogger kim h said...

briget jones
the notebook
ps i love u


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