In Fact, It’s Always Love

I confess: I’m a rom-com-aholic. Of course, we don’t need to wait for a special day of the year to watch romantic comedies or romantic movies, just to have an excuse!
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You may remember that during the pandemic, we often heard about creating a comfort zone and staying in a safe area. Watching things whose ending we know makes us feel good and safe; Things that we can continue to watch without paying much attention, perhaps while doing other things… That’s why sitcoms such as Friends, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, in particular, experienced a Renaissance at that time. Since these TV series and movies always return one after the other on my big and small screens, I wonder what this trauma is that I have never missed throughout my life, but I chose not to go into the subject too much, not to tamper with it, and to read (or watch) what I know, and frankly I still do. 

Psychological side aside, talking about my favorites are the titles that I recommend you to watch with your lover on Valentine’s Day, with your girlfriends on Galentines Day, celebrated on February 13, invented by Leslie Knope in the Parks and Recreation series, or on your own on ordinary days without any special features. I wanted to list them in this article. 

For example, I am watching Ally McBeal very regularly right now . I found Ally, which I realized that I had not watched very regularly when it was aired on CNBC-e (hey!) years ago, on Disney + and I am taking great care to make sure it does not end… The series takes place in a law office, but our main concern is people in their late 20s. Ally and her lawyer friends in their early 30s try to find true love. Isn’t that what lies at the core of every series? While watching Friends for 10 seasons , wasn’t our biggest expectation to see whether Ross and Rachel would eventually realize that they were in love with each other?

There are productions that do this with less intrusion, approach love more realistically, and have characters express themselves and their troubles to each other more honestly (see: Obvious Child, Frances Ha, Booksmart, Lady Bird…). But here I have made a selection of the most classic ones for you.

The 90’s are calling you! (and a little bit of the 2000s)

All of the movies I will list shortly and more are like chocolate or popcorn for me. Whenever they appear in front of me, or if I consciously sit in front of them, I cannot get up until I finish them. You’ve Got Mail, Notting Hill, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Never Been Kissed, Pretty Woman, The Wedding Singer, Bridget Jones’ Diary, French Kiss, Sliding Doors, Only You, 10 Things I Hate About You, How To Leave A Guy In 10 Days, Dirty Dancing, The Notebook, The Mirror Has Two Faces, 500 Days of Summer, What If, Love, Simon…

Before Sunrise (+along with Sunset & Midnight of course) , Reality Bites, High Fidelity, Amelie and Stealing Beauty besides cementing my love for Ethan Hawke, less Hollywood means more real feelings. Although I love them all, especially Stealing Beauty ; This Bernardo Bertolucci film, which tells the story of a young woman finding love and herself in a wonderful villa that I have never seen before, with a beautiful Liv Tyler, her trouble partner Jeremy Irons, Tuscan landscapes that are like a painting, has a special place in my heart.

If you want to laugh a little, I would like to leave the following trio here that you should never miss: The Proposal, starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds (in fact, this is the movie that made me start to like Reynolds, whom I could not take seriously before); Moonstruck is a true classic in which the fire within Cher, a woman who has stopped looking for love and even given up on all her ambitions in life, is reignited when she meets Nicolas Cage, and is torn between Meryl Streep’s ex-husband Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin, who plays the new architect in her life. It’s Complicated offers an absolutely delightful viewing experience .

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