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16 Mar 2014 07:51

Have you been experience while watching the movies that movies has a great impact to your life. You can relate because you have a common ground.
Can you share this one? Or as might as well the movies your watching.
Thank you!
My bodyguard-actor Kevin costner and Whitney Houston..

Edited by clixsters / 16 Mar 2014 08:46
16 Mar 2014 08:06

Quote by clixsters
Have you been experience while watching the movies that movies has a great impact to your life. You can relate because you have a common ground.
Can you share this one? Thank you!
My bodyguard-actor Kevin costner and Whitney Houston..

Yes, I have watched, but, I cannot express by writing!

Edited by Wafa-waseem / 16 Mar 2014 08:22
17 Mar 2014 09:24

Sorry i had don't watched that movie

17 Mar 2014 10:08
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18 Mar 2014 05:17

TITANIC Leo Dicaprio and Kate Winslett

18 Mar 2014 09:24

Walk to remember!!!

19 Mar 2014 04:50

if only and coyote ugly.

19 Mar 2014 08:54

Mmm... there are a lot
1. notebook
2. dear john
3. vow
4. lucky one
5. last night
6. ....

19 Mar 2014 10:58

A M0MENT 2 REMEMBER it was a japanese film. A beautiful m0vie i ever watch.
27-year-old fashion designer, spurned by her lover, a colleague who was also a married man. Depressed, she goes to a convenience store, where she bumps into a tall, handsome man with whom she has a slight misunderstanding. Following that, she returns home and, receiving her father's forgiveness, decides to start life afresh.
One day while accompanying her father, who is the CEO of a construction firm, she coincidentally meets the man whom she earlier bumped into at the convenience store. He is Choi Chul-soo, the construction site's foreman who is studying to become an architect. Though he initially appears like a rough and dirty construction worker, Chul-soo exudes sheer masculinity in its most basic physical form. Su-jin instantly takes a liking to Chul-soo and actively courts him. There are many sweet events that take place in the occurrence of their courtship, eventually leading to their marriage.
The second act follows the couple happily settling into married life, with Chul-soo designing their dream house and Su-jin learning to become a housewife. As time passes, however, Su-jin begins to display forgetfulness, including an incident in which a fire breaks out because of a stove she'd forgotten to turn off. While Chul-soo caught the fire in time, the seriousness of the incident and others like it lead them to seek medical help.
The third act deals with Su-jin's early- onset Alzheimer's diseasediagnosis, and the couple's consequent response to it. Su-jin at first experiences denial, then becomes heavily burdened by the knowledge that she will forget her husband. Nevertheless they make the commitment to stay together and as the disease progresses, the trials the couple go through increase because of Su-jin's deteriorating memory. Finally, Su-jin makes the decision to leave their home and check herself into an assisted facility.

Edited by Jhes05 / 19 Mar 2014 11:04
19 Mar 2014 10:59

Despite his grief, Chul-soo remains at Su-jin's side even when she doesn't remember him, hiding his eyes behind sunglasses when he visits her so she can't see his tears. At the end of the film, Chul-soo reenacts the first time they met in the convenience store, with all of Su-jin's friends and family there. In the final scene, Su-jin is riding in a car beside her husband at sunset, and he tells her, "I love you."

Edited by Jhes05 / 19 Mar 2014 11:06
19 Mar 2014 11:26

Somewhere in time jane seymour and christopher reeve,the lake house,dying young,twilight

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19 Mar 2014 16:19

main nahi bata sakta plz mujhy sharm aati hai .

19 Mar 2014 16:19

Once my wife told me story of her love life , when she was single , wat a great story

19 Mar 2014 16:25

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sharm kyu ati hai
is ki waja bhi bata do plz ?

19 Mar 2014 16:40
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19 Mar 2014 19:10

When a prank on a fellow high-school student, Clay Gephardt, goes wrong, popular but rebellious Landon Carter ( Shane West) is threatened with expulsion. His punishment is mandatory participation in various after-school activities, such as tutoring disadvantaged children and performing in the drama club's spring musical. At these functions he is forced to interact with quiet, bookish Jamie Sullivan ( Mandy Moore), a girl he has known for many years but to whom he has rarely ever spoken. Their differing social statures leave them worlds apart, despite their close physical proximity.
When Landon has trouble learning his lines, he asks Jamie for help. She agrees to help him if he promises not to fall in love with her. Landon laughs off the strange remark, believing Jamie to be the last person with whom he would ever fall in love. After all, Landon has access to the prettiest and most popular girls in town; and between her shy demeanor and old-fashioned wardrobe, Jamie doesn't exactly fall into that category.