Once again, I am conflicted with opting for a title without punctuation. The title that was originally intended for this post was Isn't It Romantic?, however, as you can see, there is a question mark. I just can't surrender to this odd habit of mine. Anyway, perhaps you can gather what topic I'll be discussing today from each of the titles: romance. In films, of course. I am far too inexperienced to digest on such a complex subject as love. (Digest?) That being said, the following analysis of each film I'll be mentioning may be a bit subjective, as always, as well as inaccurate, considering my lack of knowledge on the subject. It's as if I consider myself an expert on all the other things I talk about, which may very well be true. Much like my previous post on films that make you cry, I will provide two films that the general public consider to be the ideal romance, and two films I consider to be the ideal romance. In this particular case, I will choose two classic romances, dated back to the Golden Age of cinema, and two modern romances. Let's begin with the overrated romances, shall we?
Now, onto the real ideal romances. Short pause in the post.
Well, there you have it. Yet another succinct post describing four romantic films, some more so than others. I'd just like to say I rather enjoy writing these sorts of posts, as it provides readers with an interesting point-of-view on films they may or may not like as much as I. Of course, my view is, and always will be, subjective. With that in mind, please know that there are many more amorous romances and touching relationships out there for moviegoers to behold and admire, or to scoff at and mock. I attempted to close with another meaningful thought, but there's really nothing more to add. Say, why don't you provide some intriguing comments on films that you consider to be romantic or overrated? I'd have no objections to some comments like that. It would be swell of you.