Friday, July 24, 2009

Post 94 and Counting....

I'm feeling a little lonely tonight and missing hubby terribly, So I thought I'd show you some pictures of movies I love and never get tired of seeing them....some romantic, some with gorgeous men, some with gorgeous scenes.. hope you've seen at least one and if you haven't go to the movie place and get one!! Enjoy!

The most romantic movie ever made.....love the countries this takes place in!



The Notebook... love never stops, even when you think it has!



A movie of love, doubts and loss... so moving....love it!




Clive, Need I say more? I dont' think so. This is him in Inside Man with Denzel..great movie!



Carey Grant & Sophia Loren..in Houseboat.. the most beautiful couple ever in a movie!


12 comments:

Karyn - (French Charming) said...

Hi Tracey,

All great movie picks! I've seen the Notebook dozens of time...I can't get enough of that one!!

Sorry you are feeling a little lonely. Pop in a movie, curl up on the couch with a great movie and enjoy yourself!!

xoxo
Karyn

Small House said...

I'm gonig to have to write these down. I think the only movie I've seen out of all of these is the Notebook. I spent last night watching movies while snipping beans.
Sandra

Dustjacket Attic said...

I've seen a couple, the Notebook is a box of tissues movie!

Sending you some love,
DJ

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Great choices all of them. I must say Cary Grant is a favourite [especially the younger years]. I once nursed myself through a broken heart by watching Cary Grant movies. About your last post, I spent a lifetime being the chaser, 'so sorry', fixer upper. Rightly or wrongly I now just move on. Good luck with it though.

Kathleen said...

I have always thought that Sophia Loren was the most beautiful and sexy woman of all. Audrey Hepburn is a favorite actress (love that neck) Lyle left yesterday, and I always feel a little blue on the day he leaves. I feel ya' Love, Kath

Maggi said...

That is a great list! I'm sorry you're feeling lonely. :( Movies always make me feel better too! And Cary Grant was d-r-e-a-m-y! lol

Have a great day!

50s Housewife said...

I'm an oddball, but I've never seen any of these movies, although I did read The Notebook. I love Cary Grant so I'll have to see if I can find Houseboat. You can't go wrong with a good Cary Grant movie. :)

Couture de Papier said...

I love this movie.

Michelle said...

Awwwww...I'm sorry you're feeling lonely Tracey. You got us to keep you company too! :) I am so like you about movies. There are so many I could watch over and over and over. It's almost like going "home" when watching them again. You and I have the same tastes in movies.

Cheer up...hubby will be home soon!

xoxo

Lots of hugs and kisses!

Michelle

Finding Home said...

I watched The Notebook once and cried uncontrollably. I identified way to much with it because my grandma has Alzheimers. Wonderful movie though. I haven't seen some of the movies you posted about but am definatly going to take your recommendations. I'm sorry you are missing your hubby. Hang in there friend.

Nora Johnson said...

Hi Tracey!

Sorry you're feeling a bit lonely but I do find watching any film with CLIVE helps immensely!!

Thanks for taking part in the giveaway yesterday (hope you enjoyed the fun & treats!) - & be sure to check back at my place on Saturday to find out if you've won the draw & are the lucky winner!!

xxxLOL LOLA:)

Jessica Cangiano said...

What wonderful movie choices! This is the second time this week I've encountered a post that mentioned The Notebook, and I'm even more eager now that ever to see it ASAP.

Thinking of you, sweet soul, and sending a million hugs your way to help lift your spirits until your darling hubby returns.

♥ Jessica