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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Romance Movies Site! These are the top ten articles that your Romance Movies Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. What Dreams May Come (1998) Movie Review
Robin Williams and Annabella Sciorra play soul mates, Christy & Annie Nielsen in this dramatic romance movie. How far would you go to save your soul mate? How much would you risk? Everything?
2. Colin Firth
Colin Firth isn't red hot for some of us. Sadly we miss out on what so many others are fully enjoying, but it doesn't have to be that way. Colin graduated from lackluster to leading man material for me at the end of "Easy Virtue".
3. The First Romantic Movie
It's been 115 years since the first romantic movie was filmed. The first movie to feature a kiss lasted only 30 seconds and caused immense scandal at the time. We have Thomas Edison to thank for the beginning of this beloved genre.
4. Love and Other Drugs (2010) Movie Review
Jamie, a pharmaceutical rep and blatant cad, meets Maggie - a spirited artist with Parkinson's disease. What starts as a casual fling turns into much more.
5. Larry Crowne (2011) Movie Review
Who knew so many interesting people could become your friends as a result of a string of bad luck?
6. Days of Wine and Roses (1962) Movie Review
Joe and Kirsten start out in love and successful - until their fling with alcohol becomes a love affair. Blake Edwards directs this 1962 film portraying the realistic circumstances and consequences in an alcoholic marriage.
7. Moonlight Mile (2002) Movie Review
Diana's parents and fiance struggle to find their place in the world after her murder. Her fiance has a secret, though, and it threatens to ruin the tender affection that these three share for one another.
8. Becoming Jane
Was there a real Mr. Darcy? "Becoming Jane" speculates that Jane Austen´s romance with a dashing Irishman helped inspire one of literature´s most enduring novels, Pride and Prejudice.
9. P.S. I Love You
When her much loved husband Gerry dies, Holly doesn't know how she will go on. But Gerry has a plan to help his wife move on, via a succession of surprises accompanied by letters with the postscript: P.S I Love You.
10. I Think I Love My Wife (2007) Movie Review
Sometimes sex becomes noticeably absent in a marriage, though not in a man's mind. Richard finds himself pursued at a vulnerable point in his marriage. Which will win out - his character or his frustration?
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