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Re: iCM Forum's Favourite Romance Movies; Results

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#142 Dodsworth (William Wyler, 1936) :imdb:
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#141 Badlands (Terrence Malick, 1973) :imdb:
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#140 Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) :imdb:
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#124

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#139 Sommarnattens leende [Smiles of a Summer Night] (Ingmar Bergman, 1955) :imdb:
292.5 points, 2747 checks, official lists: 13
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#138 37°2 le matin [Betty Blue] (Jean-Jacques Beineix, 1986) :imdb:
295.14 points, 2021 checks, official lists: 8
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#137 La collectionneuse [The Collector] (Éric Rohmer, 1967) :imdb:
296.88 points, 1387 checks, official lists: 4
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#136 Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) :imdb:
297.93 points, 51953 checks, official lists: 4
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#128

Post by joachimt » August 30th, 2020, 3:55 pm

I love Broken Circle Breakdown. I didn't vote for it though. To me it's more a drama about their relationship while dealing with the situation around their daughter etc... The romance parts are less interesting and don't leave the impression on the viewer than the rest of the movie.
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#135 Lucky Star (Frank Borzage, 1929) :imdb:
300.19 points, 391 checks, official lists: 4
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Lonewolf2003 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 3:48 pm
#136 Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) :imdb:
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#131

Post by AB537 » August 30th, 2020, 4:11 pm

This is an interesting list, not least because of the huge divergence others have pointed out in what people are including. Clearly, some people have cast wider nets than others in defining "romantic" films. In my case, I tried to use widely recognized sources that also utilize genre tags, which probably resulted in broader inclusion than some lists and narrower than others.

Another consideration is whether to rank entries solely on their quality as films in general (once otherwise qualified for the "romantic" challenge), or whether the relative prominence of "romantic" elements is a significant consideration. My approach was hybrid, resulting in some all time favourites like North by Northwest and The Adventures of Robin Hood ranking lower than they otherwise might have, while others like Casablanca and Sunrise jumped higher.

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#134 Copie conforme [Certified Copy] (Abbas Kiarostami, 2010) :imdb:
304.55 points, 2871 checks, official lists: 6
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Gordon_Gekko (#36)
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#133

Post by Opio » August 30th, 2020, 4:25 pm

cinewest wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 8:02 am
...not only because I was Cinematically enamored with Monica Vitti for A few years....
I felt the same way, and it helps make L'avventura one of my favorite films and very high on this list for me.

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#133 À bout de souffle [Breathless] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960) :imdb:
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#132 Silver Linings Playbook (David O. Russell, 2012) :imdb:
308.98 points, 35912 checks, official lists: 6
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Gordon_Gekko (#176)
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#136

Post by Fergenaprido » August 30th, 2020, 4:57 pm

joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 3:55 pm
I love Broken Circle Breakdown. I didn't vote for it though. To me it's more a drama about their relationship while dealing with the situation around their daughter etc... The romance parts are less interesting and don't leave the impression on the viewer than the rest of the movie.
The drama about their relationship is still romance to me. Granted, it's not your typical aspect of romance, but
big spoilers - don't read this if you haven't seen the filmShow
wanting to help your partner get through a tough time, and the devotion (and tough love) that the husband shows to his wife (or gf? I don't remember if they got married or not - I think they did) is incredibly romantic to me - I've seen firsthand what the death of a child can do to a relationship (my sister lost one of her kids at age 2, and the relationship never recovered), but that determination to come to terms with tragedy, reconcile with the situation, and move forward in your life together is just as important and romantic to me as the initial feelgood meetcutes that are so often shown in film. I've definitely got a soft spot in my heart for puppylove tales of the young, but I've an equally soft spot for mature heartbreaking tales of unfaltering devotion.
The film, from beginning to end, is a complete love story to me, and is always the focus of the film. Everything else, including the central situation with their daughter, is just an obstacle for them to try and overcome - the film isn't just how they handle the situation as individuals, but also as a couple.

But yeah, I also love that film :wub:

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#131 A Place in the Sun (George Stevens, 1951) :imdb:
310.56 points, 3542 checks, official lists: 13
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#138

Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 5:07 pm

Fergenaprido wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 4:57 pm
joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 3:55 pm
I love Broken Circle Breakdown. I didn't vote for it though. To me it's more a drama about their relationship while dealing with the situation around their daughter etc... The romance parts are less interesting and don't leave the impression on the viewer than the rest of the movie.
The drama about their relationship is still romance to me. Granted, it's not your typical aspect of romance, but
big spoilers - don't read this if you haven't seen the filmShow
wanting to help your partner get through a tough time, and the devotion (and tough love) that the husband shows to his wife (or gf? I don't remember if they got married or not - I think they did) is incredibly romantic to me - I've seen firsthand what the death of a child can do to a relationship (my sister lost one of her kids at age 2, and the relationship never recovered), but that determination to come to terms with tragedy, reconcile with the situation, and move forward in your life together is just as important and romantic to me as the initial feelgood meetcutes that are so often shown in film. I've definitely got a soft spot in my heart for puppylove tales of the young, but I've an equally soft spot for mature heartbreaking tales of unfaltering devotion.
The film, from beginning to end, is a complete love story to me, and is always the focus of the film. Everything else, including the central situation with their daughter, is just an obstacle for them to try and overcome - the film isn't just how they handle the situation as individuals, but also as a couple.

But yeah, I also love that film :wub:
This is one I doubted about. But included after all. For the reason you say. And cause, as far as I remember, the first part is also very centered about the start of their relationship.

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#139

Post by joachimt » August 30th, 2020, 5:12 pm

Lonewolf2003 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:07 pm
Fergenaprido wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 4:57 pm
joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 3:55 pm
I love Broken Circle Breakdown. I didn't vote for it though. To me it's more a drama about their relationship while dealing with the situation around their daughter etc... The romance parts are less interesting and don't leave the impression on the viewer than the rest of the movie.
The drama about their relationship is still romance to me. Granted, it's not your typical aspect of romance, but
big spoilers - don't read this if you haven't seen the filmShow
wanting to help your partner get through a tough time, and the devotion (and tough love) that the husband shows to his wife (or gf? I don't remember if they got married or not - I think they did) is incredibly romantic to me - I've seen firsthand what the death of a child can do to a relationship (my sister lost one of her kids at age 2, and the relationship never recovered), but that determination to come to terms with tragedy, reconcile with the situation, and move forward in your life together is just as important and romantic to me as the initial feelgood meetcutes that are so often shown in film. I've definitely got a soft spot in my heart for puppylove tales of the young, but I've an equally soft spot for mature heartbreaking tales of unfaltering devotion.
The film, from beginning to end, is a complete love story to me, and is always the focus of the film. Everything else, including the central situation with their daughter, is just an obstacle for them to try and overcome - the film isn't just how they handle the situation as individuals, but also as a couple.

But yeah, I also love that film :wub:
This is one I doubted about. But included after all. For the reason you say. And cause, as far as I remember, the first part is also very centered about the start of their relationship.
First part is romance indeed. The rest of the movie, what Fergy is describing, is love. Those are two different things in my opinion.
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#140

Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 5:13 pm

AB537 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 4:11 pm
This is an interesting list, not least because of the huge divergence others have pointed out in what people are including. Clearly, some people have cast wider nets than others in defining "romantic" films. In my case, I tried to use widely recognized sources that also utilize genre tags, which probably resulted in broader inclusion than some lists and narrower than others.

Another consideration is whether to rank entries solely on their quality as films in general (once otherwise qualified for the "romantic" challenge), or whether the relative prominence of "romantic" elements is a significant consideration. My approach was hybrid, resulting in some all time favourites like North by Northwest and The Adventures of Robin Hood ranking lower than they otherwise might have, while others like Casablanca and Sunrise jumped higher.
I ranked my list in ratings groups, which are based on my overal opinion. In those groups I ranked the movies on how much I like them as a romance movie, how much the romance aspect plays part in my appreciation and not my overal opinion of them. So it’s a mix of both.
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#141

Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 5:15 pm

joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:12 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:07 pm
Fergenaprido wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 4:57 pm

The drama about their relationship is still romance to me. Granted, it's not your typical aspect of romance, but
big spoilers - don't read this if you haven't seen the filmShow
wanting to help your partner get through a tough time, and the devotion (and tough love) that the husband shows to his wife (or gf? I don't remember if they got married or not - I think they did) is incredibly romantic to me - I've seen firsthand what the death of a child can do to a relationship (my sister lost one of her kids at age 2, and the relationship never recovered), but that determination to come to terms with tragedy, reconcile with the situation, and move forward in your life together is just as important and romantic to me as the initial feelgood meetcutes that are so often shown in film. I've definitely got a soft spot in my heart for puppylove tales of the young, but I've an equally soft spot for mature heartbreaking tales of unfaltering devotion.
The film, from beginning to end, is a complete love story to me, and is always the focus of the film. Everything else, including the central situation with their daughter, is just an obstacle for them to try and overcome - the film isn't just how they handle the situation as individuals, but also as a couple.

But yeah, I also love that film :wub:
This is one I doubted about. But included after all. For the reason you say. And cause, as far as I remember, the first part is also very centered about the start of their relationship.
First part is romance indeed. The rest of the movie, what Fergy is describing, is love. Those are two different things in my opinion.
They are indeed but cause it also has the first romance part next to second love part I included it. If it only had focused on the second part and hadn’t had the romance part I wouldn’t have.

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#142

Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 5:19 pm

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#130 Reds (Warren Beatty, 1981) :imdb:
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#129 La jetée (Chris Marker, 1962) :imdb:
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#144

Post by Fergenaprido » August 30th, 2020, 5:43 pm

joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:12 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:07 pm
Fergenaprido wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 4:57 pm

The drama about their relationship is still romance to me. Granted, it's not your typical aspect of romance, but
big spoilers - don't read this if you haven't seen the filmShow
wanting to help your partner get through a tough time, and the devotion (and tough love) that the husband shows to his wife (or gf? I don't remember if they got married or not - I think they did) is incredibly romantic to me - I've seen firsthand what the death of a child can do to a relationship (my sister lost one of her kids at age 2, and the relationship never recovered), but that determination to come to terms with tragedy, reconcile with the situation, and move forward in your life together is just as important and romantic to me as the initial feelgood meetcutes that are so often shown in film. I've definitely got a soft spot in my heart for puppylove tales of the young, but I've an equally soft spot for mature heartbreaking tales of unfaltering devotion.
The film, from beginning to end, is a complete love story to me, and is always the focus of the film. Everything else, including the central situation with their daughter, is just an obstacle for them to try and overcome - the film isn't just how they handle the situation as individuals, but also as a couple.

But yeah, I also love that film :wub:
This is one I doubted about. But included after all. For the reason you say. And cause, as far as I remember, the first part is also very centered about the start of their relationship.
First part is romance indeed. The rest of the movie, what Fergy is describing, is love. Those are two different things in my opinion.
Well, I've never truly been in love, so I suppose the lines are more blurred for me. But I don't think the romance has to end once the relationship reaches a certain point.

I'll report back on my findings once I've been in love.
Just don't expect an answer any time soon. :P

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 5:49 pm

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#128 Un long dimanche de fiançailles [A Very Long Engagement] (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2004) :imdb:
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#127 Trois couleurs: Blanc [Three Colors: White] (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1994) :imdb:
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Post by joachimt » August 30th, 2020, 6:19 pm

Fergenaprido wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:43 pm
joachimt wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:12 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 5:07 pm

This is one I doubted about. But included after all. For the reason you say. And cause, as far as I remember, the first part is also very centered about the start of their relationship.
First part is romance indeed. The rest of the movie, what Fergy is describing, is love. Those are two different things in my opinion.
Well, I've never truly been in love, so I suppose the lines are more blurred for me. But I don't think the romance has to end once the relationship reaches a certain point.

I'll report back on my findings once I've been in love.
Just don't expect an answer any time soon. :P
Report back when you've been married for a few years. ;)
I'm not saying there isn't any romance anymore in my marriage, but there's certainly more love than romance.
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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 6:19 pm

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Post by Smoover » August 30th, 2020, 6:29 pm

Why is Forrest Gump tagged as Romance on Imdb? Why is it in this list?

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#125 Gegen die Wand [Head-On] (Fatih Akin, 2004) :imdb:
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#124 Bringing Up Baby (Howard Hawks, 1938) :imdb:
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Post by beasterne » August 30th, 2020, 6:50 pm

Smoover wrote:
August 30th, 2020, 6:29 pm
Why is Forrest Gump tagged as Romance on Imdb? Why is it in this list?
The whole structure of the movie is Forrest’s and Jenny’s relationship! The reason he’s even sitting on the bench and telling his stories in the first place is that he’s waiting to see Jenny again after many years apart.

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#123 Bound (Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, 1996) :imdb:
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#122 The English Patient (Anthony Minghella, 1996) :imdb:
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#121 Two for the Road (Stanley Donen, 1967) :imdb:
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#120 Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock, 1946) :imdb:
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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 8:05 pm

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#119 Mimi wo sumaseba [Whisper of the Heart] (Yoshifumi Kondô, 1995) :imdb:
328.09 points, 7127 checks, official lists: 5
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beasterne (#26)
Carmel1379 (#41)
Fergenaprido (#112)
jvv (unranked)
mightysparks (#93)
OldAle1 (unranked>65)
Opio (#35)

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 8:20 pm

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#118 The Lady Eve (Preston Sturges, 1941) :imdb:
328.63 points, 5287 checks, official lists: 19
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Fergenaprido (#179)
Gorro (#48)
joachimt (unranked>6)
jvv (unranked)
lineuphere (#32)
Obgeoff (#326)
OldAle1 (unranked>65)
Opio (#105)
Perception de Ambiguity (#272)
Rufus-T (#36)

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 8:35 pm

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#117 Modern Times (Charles Chaplin, 1936) :imdb:
328.78 points, 28840 checks, official lists: 29
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Caracortada (#30)
Opio (#45)
Rufus-T (#37)
Teproc (#18)
tommy_leazaq (#29)

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » August 30th, 2020, 8:50 pm

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#116 The Big Parade (King Vidor, George W. Hill, 1925) :imdb:
330.47 points, 1845 checks, official lists: 13
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beasterne (#64)
Gorro (#66)
joachimt (unranked>6)
Lilarcor (#8)
Melvelet (unranked>20)
Obgeoff (#185)
Opio (#34)

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