10 VALENTINE MOVIES TO WARM YOUR HEART
With Valentine's Day on a Thursday, we can safely say that it's a Valentine's Weekend. So, cuddle up with a loved one and watch a movie or two that will make you see the power of love - it can heal and it can kill. No matter what you do, no matter how silly or ridiculous you act or how desperate you are to attract, hold and keep your love, just remember what Billy Joel had to say about it - "I've been a fool for lesser things."
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT - Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert are stuck on a cross-country bus ride. Her wealthy father is trying to track her down and his newspaper wants the exclusive story about the crazy heiress. First movie to win all 4 Big Oscars.
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY - Katharine Hepburn is going to marry a nouveau riche but never fear, ex-hubby blue-blood Cary Grant saves the day while Jimmy Stewart steals the picture as a reluctant reporter.
NINOTCHKA - Greta Garbo is a Soviet Commissar sent to Paris to recall three very naughty Russian agents when she meets Melvyn Douglas who shows her the real Paris.
THE AFRICAN QUEEN - Humphrey Bogart is skipper of a tug when his sole passenger, Katharine Hepburn, turns his oily heart to mush.
ENOUGH SAID - In his last flick, James Gandolfini meets Julia Louis-Dreyfus and while she doesn't hear the bells, eventually she sees the light.
ROMAN HOLIDAY - Reporter Gregory Peck, along with the rest of the world, falls in love with Audrey Hepburn.
VERTIGO - Detective James Stewart falls for the subject of his surveillance, Kim Novak, and the mystery begins. This is Hitchcock so you know it doesn't end with a weekend in Niagara Falls.,
THE APARTMENT - Schmuck Jack Lemmon has eyes for elevator-operator Shirley Maclaine. Eventually, he gets the key to her heart.
MOONSTRUCK - Falling in love can be dangerous - and if you don't know what I am talking about, that's all I'm saying. Snap out of it!
THE PRINCESS BRIDE - On the way to the fairy tale of love everlasting, you may meet a monster or two - don't panic. Love is many things - none of them logical.