Friday, 20 January 2012

Valentine's Must Watch Movies

Dear lovers,

As we all know Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. It is one of those days we tend to work the hardest to find that one thing to express our feelings to our loved ones in a special way. Coming up with an extraordinary idea is difficult, and there is no doubt many of you are feeling the pressure. If you are facing this problem then let us assure you that you truly are deeply in love with your partner and he/she is absolutely gifted to have you. Many of you may have loads of ideas in mind, a hot air balloon ride probably, or a candle light dinner in a beautiful park or maybe even a special firework show for your dearest. What ever it is, ensure that your ideas revolve within your budget and the resources that you have. With that in mind, we thought what better way to fill your minds with some interesting ideas to do on this affectionate day. Our quest in making the best of your Valentine’s Day starts today. We will visit restaurants and suggest movies suitable for a passionate evening. Ideas and comments are most welcomed.

For now, we have a list of possible movies you might want to consider:

The TITANIC is a wonderful film by James Cameron, and it is by far one of the most touching films we have ever watched. For those who haven't watch it, we highly recommend you to get a copy of it and watch it with your loved one during Valentine's. The movie tells the tale of a well mannered Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) that is pressured to marry a rich man by the name of Cal Hockley due to her family’s condition – an idea which Rose would prefer to avoid. Attempting to commit suicide, she was saved by Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) a raffish and charming third-class passenger. Jack and Rose started to spend time together, ultimately falling in love, in spite of the disapproval of both her mother and Hockley.

JERRY MAGUIRE on the other hand is a modern day film. The movie has a blend of comedy and romance. With Tom Cruise playing the leading role as a super sports agent named Jerry Maguire who losses his job due to a mission statement he presented. Joining him is a 26-year old single mother, Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger), who is so moved by Jerry's Mission Statement that she's willing to throw away a safe job to be part of his new venture. The film describes how the life of both individuals grow into a magical love story. In this film you'll be surprised to find how our Mission Impossible hero, actually has a sensitive side.

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