BallsToTheWall
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Favorite Love Movies

There's something about a good love story that just gets me emotional and shit. Here's my 5 favorite chick flicks.
1Explosions In The Sky
The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place


1.Titanic. True love personified. Killer soundtrack, great everything for that matter. Ending is emotional. I'm not ashamed to get tears in my eyes at the end.
2Kelly Clarkson
All I Ever Wanted


2.Princess And The Bride. Cheesy, campy, and Monty Python esque, doesn't matter Wesley returns from the dead to rescue Buttercupfrom oversized rodents.
3Taylor Swift
Fearless


3. Penelope. After along 2 year wait, I finally saw it. Time after time. Christina Ricchi is just so cute. Ending had me clapping along.
4Book of Black Earth
Horoskopus


4.True Romance. The second manliest movie here. Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette are beast.
5James Horner
Braveheart Official Soundtrack


5.Braveheart. (Scoff) The British savages just murder Wallace's wife like that. Very upsetting but of course the Irish and Scottish crush them at the end so it's all fun and games.
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