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  • Oh shit almost forgot, when I was younger it was a Chick Flick for younger girls, Desperately Seeking Susan.
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  • Jeez, how could I forget The Witches of Eastwick, Romancing the Stone, and (especially) War of the Roses?

    That scene where Danny de Vito breaks open the fifteen-year-old (or whatever age) cigarette in the "emergency use" case, in response to the stress the divorce caused him as a divorce court lawyer was priceless.

    Also... RRRRuF!! And don't eat the casserole...
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  • Thelma and Louise! Great movie.
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  • Maulbert wrote:For anyone who listed one of Nicholas Sparks's page vomit, I ask you to consider this:

    http://www.cracked.com/funny-4725-nicholas-sparks/

    BTW, anything that qualifies as a chick flick that stars Cary Grant, whose movies I grew up watching. He was my mom's favorite actor so I saw a lot of his stuff, and at least a third of it qualifies as a chick flick. Probably a bit of a stretch on the definition, but Charade is my favorite.


    That's hilarious.

    My wife reads these crap books, and at least two times a week when we're both reading in bed I'll lean over and ask her who has Lou Gehrig's disease, who got killed in a tragic plane crash and who's in a coma so the chick can nurse him back to health.
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  • There are two at the top of my list:

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Kate and Leopold


    I've probably seen each close to 20 times. :oops:
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  • Mindsink wrote:There are two at the top of my list:

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Kate and Leopold


    I've probably seen each close to 20 times. :oops:


    Okay so YOU are the one that gets your Man Card revoked. Way to be the martyr. :P
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  • A couple that haven't been mentioned,

    Forget Paris (not Midnight in Paris)
    Kissing a Fool

    And I'm with SoulfishHawk, Fools Rush In. Salma Hayek in her prime was just about the most stunning, drop dead gorgeous woman I've ever seen in my life. Hell, she's like 50 now and she's still amazing.
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  • Chapow wrote:A couple that haven't been mentioned,

    Forget Paris (not Midnight in Paris)
    Kissing a Fool

    And I'm with SoulfishHawk, Fools Rush In. Salma Hayek in her prime was just about the most stunning, drop dead gorgeous woman I've ever seen in my life. Hell, she's like 50 now and she's still amazing.


    Dusk till Dawn she was pretty amazing there with almost nothing on :P

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  • I've never seen "Sliding Doors" but I know it is an "either/or choice" story, whether it's a chick flick or not.

    BUT, many years ago, unless I imagined it, I saw a movie which was also a "choice". All I can remember is a high school boy is in a baseball game, and he drops a catch. He sweats it terribly, but somehow gets the chance to reverse events and catch it. However, I recall vaguely the ramifications are not good. I don't suppose anyone remembers this, by any chance?
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  • Uncle Si wrote:High Fidelity.
    Not a chick flick in my opinion. One of my favorite movies, though.

    HawkFan72 wrote:Jerry Maguire
    Borderline chick flick for me. Love it, though.

    Zebulon Dak wrote:Ten Things I Hate About You and Can't Hardly Wait.
    Both great movies.

    Vetamur wrote:P.S. I Love You.
    Excellent movie. Hurts to watch it, though.

    RolandDeschain wrote:The Butterfly Effect
    Obviously not a chick flick, but super under-rated in my opinion.

    Aussie Seahawk wrote:Pretty Woman
    Surprised it took so long for this one to come up. Great movie.

    I'd like to add For Love of the Game to the list. I love that movie.
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  • I forgot an old movie, which I guess is a rom-com - "The Mating Game" (1959; Debbie Reynolds, Tony Randall) is a sheer delight!
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  • Mindsink wrote:There are two at the top of my list:

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Kate and Leopold


    I've probably seen each close to 20 times. :oops:

    I agree with these two. Devil Wears Prada is just a great movie.Streep was top notch.

    Personally, when I think of chick-flick I think romantic comedy. The two that come to mind first are The Butcher's Wife and Simply Irresistible.
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  • Pride and Prejudice
    Sense and Sensibility
    A Room With a View
    Say Anything
    Amelie
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    Shakespeare in Love
    LaLa Land....
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  • The One Movie that none of us listed that would guarantee you had no ball sack, thank go for that.

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  • Nice call on 10 things, love that flick. And it was filmed at my High School.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Nice call on 10 things, love that flick. And it was filmed at my High School.


    I went to Bellarmine, and when we'd have to go to Stadium to play sports we used to think the school was haunted.

    This was the 80's, before it was all remodeled. Now Stadium is amazing, but back then the locker rooms, classrooms and hallways would creep us the hell out.
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  • No doubt, I graduated in 86, it was pretty creepy in certain areas of the place. Very old building. It was old hotel a hundred years plus ago. Just a really cool setting, but the way it all looks now is so much better/upgraded etc.
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