Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Thursday 13 - Favorite Chic Flicks





I'm the type of person that never likes to watch a movie more than once. I always figure what's the point. You already know what's going to happen in the end. It drives my husband nuts. These movies listed below are an exception These are a few of my favorite chic flicks that I actually like to watch over and over again.



Sleepless In Seattle

A Walk To Remember

Where The Heart Is


Titanic


Hope Floats


Ghost


Legends Of The Fall


Sense & Sensibility


Terms of Endearment


Steel Magnolias


Beaches


Pearl Harbor


The Notebook




30 comments:

  1. Love these movies. Great idea for a TT. Happy TT

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  2. The "Notebook" was on television last Saturday, and although I have seen it "hundreds" of times, I still stayed up last watching it again.

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  3. Oh, I was both charmed and heartbroken by the little girl (Bullock's daughter) in Hope Floats. Remember her calling for her father to come back? (Sniffle, sniffle.) Thanks for visiting my TT.

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  4. It's interesting that Pearl harbor is a chick flick. It certainly wasn't any use as a war film!

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  5. I love Beaches, I could watch it over and over.

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  6. Some serious tearjerkers in your list. I agree about re-watching movies, what's the point. But there were a couple in your list, that I will put on my netflix list. Thank you!!

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  7. Oh gosh, I haven't even seen most of these movies! Wow. That's embarrassing! :)

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  8. Beaches and Steel Magnolias are great ones.

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  9. You've got some tear-jerkers on there! Great stuff. Steel Magnolias breaks my heart--every time.

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  10. Definitely some worth watching again and again in this list!

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  11. Oh, what a great idea for a TT! You have some awesome picks there especially The Notebook! Happy TT!

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  12. Great list...Ive seen them all!!! Legends of the fall...man I loved that movie. I dont know why Brad Pitt ever cut his hair. Happy TT:)

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  13. I love watching films over and over again but chick flicks aren't my thing. Happy TT.

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  14. Ghost is definitely on my list. I watched the Notebook on the weekend. What a tear jerker lol Great list! Happy T13!

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  15. The first half hour of Steel Magnolias is just the funniest damn thing. My husband and I will talk about the armadillo groom's cake a lot.

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  16. Many of my favorite movies!

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  17. I've only seen Steel Magnolias and Sense& Sensibility. There aren't enough chick flicks!

    SJR
    The Pink Flamingo
    http://thepinkflamingo.blogharbor.com/blog/_archives/2008/6/18/3751571.html

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  18. Great list! I own seven of the thirteen, but love all of them. I might have to sit down this weekend for a chick flick fest.

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  19. These are all great, but I fave on your list is Ghost :)

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  20. I love movies, period! And your list is super. I've seen them all over and over. And I still cry at the 'mushy' parts, even tho, I know what's going to happen afterward. That's the great thing about the classics!!!


    My 13 is posted, come join me?
    Happy Thursday.

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  21. Happy TT! Great list here! Mine's up hope you can drop by.

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  22. I think I must not be a chick flick kinda gal! None of these movies really grabbed me. Now, Pretty Woman? That's another story.

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  23. Great movies in your list. Steel Magnolias is one of my all time favorites. Happy TT

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  24. Get yourself a box of tissues and you're set. I never cry at Titanic... until the old lady drops the necklace off the ship... then bring on the waterworks.

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  25. love these movies too. i also like Urban Cowboy, Victor/Victoria, Yentl and others that I can't think of right now as my brain has gone offline....

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  26. four of those are in my top list too anything Jane Austen is worth it

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  27. I THINK I might have seen Pearl Harbor, but I'm not even sure of that. I'm not much of a movie person, I guess.

    Happy TT!

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