Monthly Archives: February 2020

How to Spend Valentine’s Day When You’re Single — Leggy Blonde

Hey there, all you single people. As you all may have seen…Valentine’s Day is coming up. But hey, just because this is the most romantic day ever – designed by our society for couples to exclusively celebrate their love for … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Of The Week: The Awful Truth (1937) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Cary Grant, Irene Dunne Director: Leo McCarey A classic and much lauded screwball comedy, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Cary Grant and Irene Dunne sparkle as a married couple in the process of divorcing when they each separately … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘Brokeback Mountain’ remains a perfectly tragic getaway for romance —

Set in the prejudiced decade of the 1960s, ‘Brokeback Mountain’ captures the moving love story between two ranchers who can’t seem to abandon their feelings for one another. via REVIEW: ‘Brokeback Mountain’ remains a perfectly tragic getaway for romance —

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Goodbye Mello Brick Road: Top Five Songs from the Mamma Mia! Movies — Goodbye Mello Brick Road

Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again are two of the greatest musicals ever made! So who is better to talk about the music from these amazing films than the wonderful Jordan Masterson? Jordan and I go through … Continue reading

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Six of My Favorite Movies About Love — Angie Aguayo

An arbitrarily ranked list of my favorite movies best fit for this holiday season. via Six of My Favorite Movies About Love — Angie Aguayo

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Older Woman Younger Man Relationship Movies Letterboxd — eserygy6ce

Older Woman Younger Man Relationship Movies Letterboxd Top 10 Memorable Films About Older Women and Young Boy Relationship —– Our channel promote only top 10 relative content.Its one kind of review.So please subscribe our channel. If you have any Older … Continue reading

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Film Review: ‘The Photograph’ Falls in Love With Regret — AwardsCircuit | Entertainment, Predictions, Reviews

Writer-director Stella Meghie kicks off the romantic holiday weekend with “The Photograph,” a love story featuring a rarity in big studio presentations: the openly affectionate and physically uninhibited courtship between black leads. Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield are magnetic together … Continue reading

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