i have a hot date with blockbuster this valentines, what do you recommend?

what movie do you recommend for a single gal on valentines? something mushy, maybe funny, and something that will require tissues.

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12 Responses to “i have a hot date with blockbuster this valentines, what do you recommend?”

  1. deedlebay said:

    50 first dates with drew berrymore and adam sandler was good. I have that same date on Valentines.

  2. HONORARIUS said:

    Notting Hill…

    It’s pretty good…

    And a date with Blockbuster isn’t so bad… I remember a few valentines days, going out to a restaurant and using those three magic words…

    TABLE FOR ONE…

  3. peterbrn2003 said:

    i recommend that you just go out anyway and spenbd tyme getting to know yourself and dont worry about having a valentine. get you a red rose pin it to your shirt and go and have a good time all by yourself find out a little about YOU on valentines day.

  4. JMarie said:

    Bridges of maddison county!

  5. Adam said:

    The First Wives Club, Broken Hearts Club, Breakfast Club… make it a club night

  6. rmacovei2000 said:

    I would say don’t go to blockbuster. Go to an adult video store. They have lots of valentines oriented movies and toys.

  7. Rich said:

    Wrestling Ernest Hemmingway

  8. reteach007 said:

    I just saw Wedding Crashers. You won’t need tissues unless your eyes start watering from laughing so much, but it was a good movie. A lot better than I expected.

    Now if you want a sweet and helarious and sad movie I tooooootally suggest
    1st Steel Magnolias
    2nd Hope Floats

    They are my two favorite movies and no matter how many times I see them I cry in the same spots every time.

    P.S. Blockbuster can be a good date. At least you won’t have to tell your date to get his hand off your butt/breast.

  9. czdrammaqueen said:

    just like heaven it is funny sad and everything else its great

  10. inodat said:

    Hello Girly,
    Do yourself a favor and forget Blockbuster. Take out your address book and go through the “A’s”, continue on until you come across someone you would love to take to the movies. Don’t be shy. Call them up asap and ask them to join you on a “dateless” Valentine’s Day, the movie is your treat, the drinks there’s. Now that is a hot date, cause you picked them! Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
    If all else fails, well it’s back to BlockBuster, go and rent any film directed by Preston Sturges, real funny stuff. Get your address book out again and go down the list of those hotties you DIDN”T call the first time, tell them your having a Preston Sturges party and their invited, you got the popcorn, all you need is the wine. Wine and popcorn, life doesn’t get much better than that. Anyway, I guarantee you will both become a fan of his movies. Start with the Palm Beach Story.
    You will have a great Valentine’s Day, either way you go.

    #The Palm Beach Story (1942)
    #The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949)
    # Unfaithfully Yours (1948)
    # The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947)
    … aka Mad Wednesday (USA: reissue title)
    # The Great Moment (1944)
    # Hail the Conquering Hero (1944)
    # The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek (1944)
    # Sullivan’s Travels (1941)
    # The Lady Eve (1941)
    # Christmas in July (1940)
    # The Great McGinty (1940)
    … aka Down Went McGinty (UK)

  11. Elegantly Black said:

    Can I suggest you something diffy…Forget Romantic Movie for a change, because if you watch a romantic movie, you would alwys feel like having a date. Instead feeling miserable…May be chillout on a good comic movie…or a thriller…which would keep you out of focus with the Valentines day.

    This can be an advice for all you the ladies and gentlman who dont have a valentine date…:))

  12. MacSteed said:

    Assuming you’re like me (and that’s a big assumption) and you rent several movies at a time instead of just one, I can offer up two choices for you to consider:

    Classic: “Sense and Sensibility” (1995)
    When it comes to romance, you can’t go wrong with Jane Austen. (I majored in English Lit so, yes, I’m biased in favour of the classics.) That said, this version is superbly acted and directed (by Ang Lee) with an Oscar-winning screenplay by one of its stars, Emma Thompson. It has everything you’re looking for, from heartache to heartbreak to the proverbial happy ending (Ms. Austen never failed to produce the latter). In addition to Emma, it also stars Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman and Tom Wilkinson.

    Modern: “The Very Thought of You” [aka “Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence” — original UK title] (1998)
    This is a little-known gem which stars the lovely Monica Potter as an American girl being courted by no less than three Brits of varying character and intent (Joseph Fiennes, Rufus Sewell and Tom Hollander). It’s sweet, funny and charming, and I think you’ll find it’s the perfect choice for the occasion (Valentine’s Day). Give it a shot; it will pleasantly surprise you.




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