The Movie: Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) marks his commitment to an adult relationship with Trish Piedmont (Catherine Keener) by flogging his treasured collection of action figures on eBay.
How To Replicate It: At some point in your life, you're going to have face the fact that it's time to grow up. Either the toys go into the loft, or you may as well make some cash out of them.
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Feb 13th 2012, 13:37
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Feb 13th 2012, 14:24
I thought we knew what he said in 'Lost In Translation' now...
Feb 13th 2012, 14:55
Nice to see "Sideways" up here...an all time favorite of mine! I still stay Giamatti should've got the Oscar for this! He got robbed...Also very much agree on "Harry and Sally" and "Groundhog Day" (another all-time favorite!). And great to NOT see "Titanic" up here (drowning of cheesy-ness). But "Jerry Maguire" is almost as big as cheese-fest as Titanic (like the Movie, but the "complete me" scene is just way too much).
Feb 13th 2012, 15:02
Or The Ghost, When a Man loves a Woman?!!! There could be more named as well What a list totally not right
Feb 13th 2012, 19:08
Nothing from True Romance?
Feb 13th 2012, 21:58
You got ESOFTSM and AMOLAD so I'm happy. The rest could all be moments from Uwe Boll films and I wouldn't care. Very well done.
Feb 13th 2012, 23:09
No "peck pop of love" from Journey 2??? A disgrace I tell you!
Feb 18th 2012, 0:24
"LadyHawke"? That was a tear-jerker of romance...
Mar 23rd 2012, 3:32
Harold and Maude is a hilarious dark comedy, but also an incredibly sweet romance. It lures the audience in with humor and lays on heavy emotion when they are invested. A suicidal teenager falls in love with an old woman who teaches him to love life. It is really hard to describe what type of film this is because it is so unique. The best way to word it is an adventure, but an emotional adventure. It is a slice of life film, but it takes the audience so far without really going anywhere major. Overall, it is one of the best romances of all time, and deserves a place on this list.
Despite the trailer's tone, the movie is extremely heartfelt and sweet.
Mar 16th 2013, 7:54
I'm happy that Before Sunset is on this list but I also thought that the listening booth scene in Before Sunrise was one of the most romantic movie moments.
May 7th 2013, 16:21
Lots to debate, however I won't. Love that you put in City Lights which contains some of the single most romantic moments I've ever seen on film....and believe me married to a top film critic I see a lot! I take issue with Once though as it's only romance is with the music. Good work and lots to think about all in all.
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