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This week, Carole has us thinking about our Ten Favorite Romantic-Comedies.

I'm not much of a movie-goer or movie-watcher -- but I do have a few favorites.  And I'm not sure if there's really a clear "definition" for the genre "romantic-comedy"  -- but I do think that some of my favorites might fall into the rom-com category.

Before we get started - and to get us in the mood, let's watch one of my favorite movie lines (from the ever-adorable Hugh Grant):


Perfect, non?

And, now.  My Ten Favorite Romantic-Comedies, which may or may not technically fit into that movie genre -- but do tend to be about love, and are also comedies.

  1. Amelie
  2. High Fidelity
  3. Four Weddings and a Funeral
  4. Something's Gotta Give
  5. Love, Actually
  6. Bull Durham
  7. Spanglish
  8. When Harry Met Sally
  9. Notting Hill
  10. Groundhog Day

How about you?  What are your favorites?

*Can you name the movie with this quote?  And who says it?




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You've named some of my very favorites! Bull Durham, High Fidelity, Groundhog Day. I also love Say Anything. Anything with Hugh Grant is a no no, IMO.


Great list Kym! I think I'm the only person who has never seen Love Actually. Got to get that done!


Fools Rush In is another cute movie. I really like Notting Hill also.


fun list! makes me want to curl up with my knitting and watch one!


Hugh Grant is a cutie pie, that's for sure. You must like Bridget Jones, too, right?


I am so with you on your top three!

Peppermint Mocha Mama

It's from Four Weddings and a Funeral... it's uttered by James Fleet who plays Tom, I believe. I haven't seen that film in years - good choice!

And a hat tip to you for "High Fidelity" - John Cusack is a cinematic god!


Love Actually, Stranger than Fiction, and even though I hate Adam Sandler usually, The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates are pretty great.


Almost any movie with Cary Grant...I was young and impressionable back then (when his movies used to play constantly on TV).

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