Happy Monday! A Favorite Movie Moment Returns

This past Saturday I played this favorite movie moment from Notting Hill with sound was down. I thought something was wrong with the video so I replaced it with Micheal J. Fox's Back To The Future skateboard scene. Many of you thought you were losing your marbles when you returned to find a different movie. Well, I've had a few special readers ask what happened to this clip, so I decided to see what would happen if I played it again.

Happy Monday and Smile! I hope you enjoy it!


Sandee said...

That was so wonderful Ann. Since I don't watch TV or go to the movies I hadn't seen this wonderful love scene. Beautiful. Thanks for the tons of love this morning. :)

Anonymous said...

Cool Ann! I was one of the ones that thought I was nuts when the video changed. :-) So funny, this particular movie seems to be the talk of the blogosphere this week. Suddenly it's everyones favorite movie. (smile)

My favorite bit in the movie is when Julia says to Hugh - "I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."

If only that worked for all of us, not just in the movies.

Marja said...

Oh this is so romantic. I haven't seen this one yeat so I am going to get it soon. Thanks for sharing ann

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Polli, I'm glad you saw that I reposted it. I love that scene too. What a fantastic line. It is touching and heart wrenching at the same time.

So many things only happen in the movies. They are larger than life.

Hugs, Ann

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Marja, You have got to see this movie. You will love it. These two actors have great chemistry together and the sound tracks to die for...

Go get it! LOL :)


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