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Today’s question is: What movie shows the kind of love you want?
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Mmmmm well till now there no movie. Show the kind of love that I want
I would say the movie which best expresses the kind of love I want is the hindi movie – ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ where the hero goes all out just to win over the love of his life from her family members.
Crazy, Stupid, Love! The way Ryan Gosling’s character fell for Emma Stone’s character was sweet, tender, and authentic. This tough/player type guy really just wanted to be listened to and appreciated for who he was, and to share about the loss of his father and the impact that had on him. Emma’s character created the safe space for him to be himself and to not have to engage in his usual agenda of sleeping with the girl on the first night then moving on; although they tried, they had more fun laughing and talking all night till he fell asleep. She then covered him with a blanket, kissed him on the forehead and cuddled next to him. The way the night unfolded was sweet, touching and beautiful, as they both had agendas going it, but they gave them up midway which created space for true love and compassion to show up. <3
“The Notebook”. I loved both love stories- love, commitment, tenderness, creativity, passion etc. On so many levels this shows great love.
“Winnie The Pooh” as it is a clear example of the ultimate ‘unselfish’ love we should be showing, sharing, and representing together for one another.❤
OH so many movies to chose from, but I really have not seen any that make me feel wish I had that kind of love from a partner..
The Notebook. To know that he has loved her so faithfully all those years and even now when she doesn’t remember him.
Disney’s UP. Simply love with no struggle, just joy!
“Message in a Bottle”, the beauty of lost loves and yet the desire and risk to love again.
Kate & Leopold
Hmmm… I don’t know… Before Sunrise – Before Sunset – Before Midnight… kind of lived this — but the third part of the trilogy (where stability, normalcy and true, lasting love has not yet been attained… Someone recently forced me to see The Notebook — and it made me long for a man who could maintain that kind of certainty and fearless devotion in their love for me… so perhaps – that would be the kind of love I would want…