December 25, 2013


Dear readers, this week ‘F IS FOR *F*ILMS ... FOR CHRISTMAS ...   

The following are reckoned to be among the most romantic films ever made. Do you agree? Films like:

When Harry Met Sally (above and below)

The Graduate:
Annie Hall:

Brief Encounter:

Breakfast at Tiffany’s:

The Apartment 


My Night With Maud

Notting Hill

Play it Again, Sam

Some Like it Hot


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                                     HAPPY HOLIDAYS...

                                 ... AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

And, finally, thank you to all our dear readers who visited or commented this past year!




Draffin Bears said...

Merry Christmas dear Nora and Lola and wishing you a bright, healthy and happy New Year.
Love some of the old movies - Breakfast at Tiffany's is a favourite.


Arija said...

I do think you would also enjoy 'Blond Bombshell' with Judy Dench and 'The Boathouse' with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. There are just too many to mention from over the years.

Hope you were not affected by the recent storms and that you had a wonderful Christmas. Wishing you all happiness for the coming New Year . . . Arija

Anonymous said...

Yes, ~ most of them are great films ~ Happy New Year to you and great post for F ~ carol, xxx

fredamans said...

Breakfast at Tiffany's is one of my all-time faves!

storybeader said...

great suggestions. I'll have to add some to my Netflix list. I love Netflix on My (tv) List, and watching the old Masterpiece Theatres, like Upstairs Downstairs and The Forsythe Saga. Check it out! {:-Deb

Splendid Little Stars said...

Happy Holidays to you!
I've seen most of these movies, but not all. Some Like It Hot is hilarious--even today.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What a wonderful list! It is filled with favorites!

Tracy Cook said...

What a lovely selection of films

Birgit said...

I recently watched Notting Hill once again. :)

Oh, I can add one movie to the list -- Frozen. It's my F for Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday this time! :)

Greetings from Germany,

Jeannie Marie said...

I loved the film fest! So many of the greats. Happy SOOC Sunday and a very Happy New Year!

Laura said...

Beautiful photos Nora, and some of my favorite timeless films too. Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro… wishing you a very happy New Year:-)

Norma Ruttan said...

I love all the sparkly added to some of the photos! I've seen very few of these films, but I have watched "When Harry Met Sally" more than a few times, and enjoy it each time!
Happy New Year to you and your delightful Lola!

My name is Riet said...

Happy new year


The classics can't be beat. There is something about the 'oldies but goodies'....I think of all you listed, The Apartment was my favorite.

Happy New Year.

Lady Lilith said...

Nice list. Have a happy holiday.

Gillena Cox said...

good film list

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Anonymous said...

I've only seen a couple of those, so I'll have to take your word for it!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

I love You've Got Mail.

Ralph said...

All are good, but I am partial to Casablanca, a favorite film of personal redemption for Rick. I love when the French patrons are singing La Marseillaise while drowning out those drunk singing Nazis. And the lines:
- “We’ll always have Paris”
- “You played it for her, now play it for me”
- “This looks like the beginning of a beautiful friendship”

Great post! Happy New Year!

Jim said...

Happy New Year

Draffin Bears said...

Happy New Year dear Nora and Lola and best wishes for a wonderful 2014.
Best of luck with the latest novel -

Sending hugs

Jenny said...

I think you got most of the romantic films covered...

"When Harry Met Sally" is one of my favorites!

Thanks for linking to the letter "F"!


Annesphamily said...

I think I have seen everyone of the movies you shared! Breakfast at Tiffany's! Ah, Audrey Hepburn! What a beautiful woman and actress! I always enjoy your shares. Thank you!