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Showin’ Some Love…

Definitely going to be a classic...
Definitely going to be a classic...

It's the age-old activity for Valentine's Day; many pop in a movie, cook up some popcorn, then sit down and enjoy the cpmpany of loved ones. Here are the classics...

When Harry Met Sally
Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal see sparks fly in New York City. (I LOVE the resturant scene...gets me every time..:D)

Breakfast at Tiffany's
Any Audrey Hepburn fans? She's amazing as Holly Golightly in this love story.  She has a really adorable cat too...

This movie proved to fans everywhere that tragedy is often really romantic and enjoyable. Not many can pull off drowning as handsomly as Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Notebook
Ya...Nicholas Sparks really nailed this one. I'll bet that every girl out there knows what I'm talkin' about with this tear-jerker. (I'll bet most guys understand too...)

Kind of untraditional, underground-hit - but amazing just the same. A love story between two teenagers and a lot of 'slushie''s a classic.

What's YOUR favorite lovey-dovey movie? What are you plans for today?

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