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Kate & Leopold (2001)
It was a wonderful film, with plenty of humor, and the /romance/...
Gosh, the romantic aspects...wouldn't it be /glorious/ to have a man like that...so polite that he would rise from the table every time you prepared to leave it... I'm a hopeless romantic, really, and although normally, I sit in a theater and have the occasional urge to look at my watch...this time, I admit I felt no such urge. I was lost in a completely fabricated world, one that had me forgetting that in two days I was to take a driving test, or that in five days I was to start my second semester of college. I was riveted, wanting to call for her to 'take that leap'...or for him to give her the ring, as they cuddled so comfortably apon the landing outside her apartment. Meg Ryan did an excellent job playing the non-believer, as did Hugh Jackman, playing the man who didn't fit in, but tried so hard in his own way, and reached his goal. Not to mention, getting the woman of his dreams (all thanks to Stuart, of course, who I was happy to have back, only because of his genius at the end). And who couldn't love Kate's brother, Charlie, who obviously loved his sister a great deal, to encourage her to chase the man she loved to the far reaches of time...
This movie, if you're a sap, like myself...this movie is certainly for you.
The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
I enjoy the romance, and sympathize as well as identify with Rose's feelings...the transformation inspires me...in a sense.
Indeed, I am greatly inspired by Rose's transformation, as I myself have never imagined that anyone may consider me beautiful, nor attractive in any manner. Until recently I have found myself to be rather plain, and yet, once noticed, have understood what the character of Rose may have felt. The music in the film is truly inspiring as well, and Barbra Streisand's singing is, as usual, wonderful. I do wish that she would do another film like this...and perhaps even with Jeff Bridges. It would be nice...