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 on: Today at 03:02:54 PM 
Started by mare - Last post by FrickingKaos
Romantic comedy is the only way I can handle romance lol

Romance never was my favorite genre of anything depending on the movie...but if I had to pick a favorite romantic comedy it would be 50 First Dates... I also love Blast From The Past, and there's a couple others I can't think of. I love comedy films.

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 on: Today at 12:38:15 PM 
Started by mare - Last post by RokofAges75
I LOVE Dirty Dancing!  I prefer romantic dramas to romantic comedies (shocker).  I generally hate romcoms, with the exception of a few (My Best Friend's Wedding, The Wedding Singer, The Princess Bride).  I want to see that new Rebel Wilson movie that makes fun of them.

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 on: Today at 05:40:40 AM 
Started by mare - Last post by mare
I was underwhelmed by A Star is Born.  It wasn't a bad movie; the acting was good, and the music was great.  The storyline just reminded me of every Mary Sue "Backstreet Boy randomly discovers aspiring singer and makes her a star" fanfic I've ever read.  But the music really is good, so you might like it for that.

Spoiler alert: As for who dies at the end...
Bradley Cooper hangs himself.


Thank you! lol

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 on: Today at 05:39:59 AM 
Started by mare - Last post by mare
Iíve never had the desire to see Dirty Dancing either. 

I know this is a shocker, but Iím not a fan of romance 😮 lol

In fact, I honestly canít think of even one purely romantic drama that I have enjoyed. I can name theee rom-coms: My Best Friendís Wedding, Ever After and The Princess Bride, but nothing else. Except musicals I guess, where pretty much all of them have at least some Mary Sue elements.

I never saw the other two versions of A Star is Born either. As far as Gaga, sheís incredibly talented but Iím not a fan of her stuff popwise. I do really enjoy Shallow though. I think my favorite version of her was the jazz one with Tony B. No weird stuff, just her and her talent.




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 on: Today at 04:09:06 AM 
Started by mare - Last post by FrickingKaos
I adore Lady Gaga but I did not have a urge to see the movie.

However my mom and I went to see the anniversary edition of Dirty Dancing (I'd never seen the full movie before) and that was fun. AMC had a special two night showing so I bought tickets. It was fun when they started clapping in the movie when Johnny and Baby dance at the end because everyone in the theater started clapping and cheering too. My mom loved that and the behind the scenes documentary they showed in the beginning.

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 on: Today at 03:38:18 AM 
Started by mare - Last post by Rose
The story just doesn't interest me at all. I don't know, I have no urge to see A Star Is Born.

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 on: Today at 12:40:16 AM 
Started by FrickingKaos - Last post by FrickingKaos
Hey anyone who is checking for updates. I'm working on a chapter now currently and should be updating sometime this weekend, sorry I went MIA but I've been distracted and not writing. Tonight was better because I finally turned off my Friends marathon for the night to write on breaks at work. Hope to be posting soon Smiley thanks for being patient!

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 on: February 16, 2019, 10:39:05 PM 
Started by RokofAges75 - Last post by RokofAges75
Chapter 2 of A Heart That Isn't Mine is up!

(In my effort to shorten its long title, I realized the acronym for this story is AHTIM... which I've started saying as "Ah, Tim!"  Then I think of Mare's creepy Tim from Hope Is The Last Thing Ever Lost, LOL.)

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 on: February 16, 2019, 10:12:18 PM 
Started by mare - Last post by RokofAges75
Iím always jealous of people who can listen to audiobooks while driving. I canít do it. I get so involved in the story I canít concen on anything else.

I havenít seen A Star is Born. I have a feeling I wouldnít really enjoy it,
even though I love Bradley Cooper. Iím just curious to know who dies at the end lol

I was underwhelmed by A Star is Born.  It wasn't a bad movie; the acting was good, and the music was great.  The storyline just reminded me of every Mary Sue "Backstreet Boy randomly discovers aspiring singer and makes her a star" fanfic I've ever read.  But the music really is good, so you might like it for that.

Spoiler alert: As for who dies at the end...
Bradley Cooper hangs himself.

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 on: February 16, 2019, 08:09:30 AM 
Started by mare - Last post by mare
Iím always jealous of people who can listen to audiobooks while driving. I canít do it. I get so involved in the story I canít concen on anything else.

I havenít seen A Star is Born. I have a feeling I wouldnít really enjoy it,
even though I love Bradley Cooper. Iím just curious to know who dies at the end lol

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