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Little Miss Naughty Posts: 1046
...again. It gets the tears flowing every time. I recommend highly, what a soppy romance.... :o(
3ym Posts: 77
It's mine and DH's favourite film also (and he doesn't like soppy films generally). It gets me everytime
clucky Posts: 26471
im saving it for this weekend i have the house all to my lonesome - gonna have a tearfest :o(
aylala Posts: 3673
I still havent seen this yet and want to wait for a rainy saturday afternoon all snuggled up in fron tof the fire sobbing
Ginger Rogers Posts: 442
I was a little disappointed with this I must say, probably coz I'd heard so much about it. It was well worth a watch though. Although, if you want an even bigger, more tear jerking film, "This is my Father" is a must. Brilliant film.
Little Miss Naughty Posts: 1046
i hadn't even heard of it when i first watched it. My old housemates rented it a night i was out. I picked it up the following day when bored and watched it... balled my eyes out
justwaitin Posts: 2462
i love this film, ive read a good few of nicolas sparks books, and bawled through them all.
Dee71 Posts: 412
[quote="Angel09":1gbsruyt]...again. It gets the tears flowing every time. I recommend highly, what a soppy romance.... :o([/quote:1gbsruyt] And me - it rally is a soppy teary one, but brillian and highly recommended. Watch it some day by yourself ...... it is great
curliwurli Posts: 3369
oh i love this film too, sooo sad. even tho i know it's soppy i watch it again and again :o(
Miss_M Posts: 877
Loved this film - so moving. Cried a few times through it. Watched it in bed all curled up....mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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