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Break a vase, and the love that reassembles the fragments is stronger than that love which took its symmetry for granted when it was whole. -- Derek Walcott



Romantic Movie Posters

Movies affect us the way few other things can. We can see the heroine in full color, hear the angst in their voices, get swept into their story with great power. These romantic movie posters help us bring that romance into our own lives.

Casablanca
Casablanca
Humphrey Bogart loved and lost - and has no idea why the woman he adored ran out on him. That is, until he runs into Ingrid Birgman and begins to see the full story of what went on. Classic love at its finest.

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Gone With the Wind
Gone With the Wind
Scarlett is spoiled rotten. She gets everything she wants and has a bevy of men vying for her affection. But when Rhett comes along, he has a power and charm that she finds hard to resist. This epic tale covers long years of the Civil War, highs and lows, changes of fortune.

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Breakfast at Tiffany's
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Breakfast at Tiffany's released in 1961 to show a funny new side of Audrey Hepburn. In this version she's not a call girl - she's simply a woman who enjoys a fun life. She runs into a guy who is a kept man, and together they realize their lives are not quite as fun and fulfilling as they thought they were.

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Doctor Zhivago
Doctor Zhivago
Set in Russia, this classic movie tells of the epic journey of Doctor Zhivago has he deals with war, chaos, and the love of women. It was filmed in 1965 and was set during the Bolshevik Revolution. Based on a novel by Boris Pasternak. Starring Omar Sharif and Julie Christie.

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Robin Hood
Robin Hood
There's been many versions of Robin Hood in the movies. This one is with Kevin Costner in the starring role. Maid Marion could her hold her own against him, and together they bring justice to the innocents of England.

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Titanic
Titanic
The classic romantic movie. We know how the ship ends, but the love that goes on during its voyage lasts a lifetime. Rough boy from the streets runs into high class woman and the sparks fly. He opens her eyes, and she opens his heart.

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Princess Bride
Princess Bride
Buttercup falls in love with Wesley - but he goes off and abandons her. She finally gives in to the demands of an arrogant prince to marry him - but what will she do when Wesley finally returns to her? A true love story.

Princess Bride Details

Braveheart
Braveheart
When the world is against you, it can be easy to give up and to not do anything about it. But a man of strength stands up for what he knows is right, and takes on the enemy no matter what the consequences.

Braveheart Details

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