Movie moments we loved
We take a look at the best movie moments we love from our favourite movies.
We all have that one movie we can keep watching over and over again with no difficulties. We asked you to tell us about your favourite movies of all-time. Here are some of the greatest movie moments we love from your favourite movie list.
Pretty woman chosen by Jenni MacLeod
The Plot: A down and out prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) with forgotten dreams meets a wealthy and handsome business man Edward Lewis (Richard Gere). He hires her to escort her to several business and social outings. A few hours turn to days and love develops between the two.
Why we love it: It’s the idea that love conquers all that makes this a great movie.
The Holiday chosen by Fatimah Chetty
The plot: Two beautiful women, Amanda Woods (Cameron Diaz) and Iris Simpkins (Kate Winslet) find themselves in dead end relationships just before Christmas. A holiday sounds like a great idea for Amanda so she starts surfing the net. She meets Iris online who lives in the countryside in England. They swop homes but they soon find out that changing their surroundings is not enough to heal a broken heart. Then, Amanda meets Iris’s brother and Iris meets Jack a film composer and love is in the air.
Why we love it: There are always second chances with love.
50 First Dates chosen by Victoria Fraser Pollet
The Plot: Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) lives in a Hawaiian paradise with an endless string of 'no strings attached' relationships until he meets Lucy Whitmore (Drew Berrymore). They like each other and have a great first date and Henry is confused when Lucy fails to recognise him the next day. He discovers that Lucy suffers from short-term memory loss and can only remember each individual day. He decides that he is going to do his best to make Lucy not only remember their first date but to also fall in love with him all over again.
Why we love it: Who wouldn’t want to relive a great first date?
Notting hill chosen by Patricia Hannie
The Plot: William Thacker (Hugh Grunt), a broke Notting Hill bookstore owner, gets a lucky break when Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), an American actress enters his shop. He bumps into her again, literally, spilling juice all over her. He offers his flat for her to clean up and to his surprise she agrees. They get to know each other but being in love with a star in not easy.
Why we love it: This movie shows that love knows no boundaries even people from different backgrounds can come together.