The heartbreaking moment when you think it’s all over, I bet many people have been able to relate to this song. But it doesn’t end with Richard Gere climbing up a fire escape!
Every year as it gets close to Christmas time I find myself watching the same films you watch every year, but the good thing about them is that it’s special because you only watch them during a certain few weeks in December. So these seven films will be in no particular order and I will attempt to say what I like about them and why exactly I look forward to watching them at Christmas time.
The fourth and final set of emotions are hate and love. Probably the hardest set of emotions for actors and actresses to create on the screen? As let’s face it most of the time it all depends on the acting, however, the music and way the scene has been put together may also help create those feelings. But for it to be a truly great scene it must have all of those things mixed together.
The second two emotions as part of the blogathon will again see three scenes from films for each of emotions chosen. These emotions are Tears and Surprise. Trying to pick just three for tears is very difficult, due to having now cried at so many film scenes over the years. This post does contain SPOILERS as most of the scenes are end of films!!
The first two emotions for this blogathon are Fear and Awkward. What happens is I will select three scenes from films for each of the emotions and do my best to explain exactly why I have picked them but hopefully it will be easy to see why!
One of the best endings to a romantic film, especially when they eventually get the lift right!