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Lovely, lovely films full of loveliness

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JeffsanArsehole Tue 17-Nov-15 09:22:09

I'm watching 'Sense and Sensibility'. It's so lovely. Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant being 'proper' and very intelligent.

ThomasRichard Tue 17-Nov-15 09:24:18

Untouchable. Hilarious film.

MuddhaOfSuburbia Tue 17-Nov-15 09:26:33

I am a cynical old bag

but the Sound of Music with its fucking relentless positivity and cheer fills me shrivelled heart with joy

Titsywoo Tue 17-Nov-15 09:30:32

About Time - such a lovely film with lovely characters

123Jump Tue 17-Nov-15 09:31:12

Strictly Ballroom.
Little Women.

RiverTam Tue 17-Nov-15 09:31:50

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day. Gorgeous 1920s setting, lovely fun story, amazing actors. Perfect in every way.

TheWoollybacksWife Tue 17-Nov-15 09:35:30

The Bishops Wife - on my "must watch" list of Christmas films. A sweet story with the added bonus of Cary Grant.

Clawdy Tue 17-Nov-15 09:39:06

Cinema Paradiso.

Fiderer Tue 17-Nov-15 09:55:49

The Music Man

BurtMacklinsWife Tue 17-Nov-15 10:00:22

I came on to say 'About Time' too. Just a lovely film! So lovely. One of my favourites.

TheSpottedZebra Tue 17-Nov-15 10:05:04

Amelie is quite lovely and gentle.

TondelayaDellaVentamiglia Tue 17-Nov-15 10:09:42

TSOM for sure....who isn't horrified by Rolff and his betrayal, the Countess and her conniving although she realises and Does The Right Thing in the end and the joyous Nuns and their singing!!

My Fair Lady....love love love the grand ball scene

Elf ....now I am probably even more cynical and heart shrivelled than Muddah, but I defy anyone not to feel the joy after seeing it.

arizonamaybe Tue 17-Nov-15 10:15:48

I second Little Women, although I do start weeping shortly after Beth contracts Scarlet Fever and continue intermittently (but more happily) all the way the final scene. DH has banned me from watching it in his presence.

The Secret Garden, the 1993 adaptation, is admittedly aimed at children but is a beautiful adaptation that leaves me with all the feels.

North & South, the 2003 miniseries with Richard Armitage. That is the loveliest of them all. You might want to take the precautionary measure of having your ovaries covered in a protective layer of adamantium though, just in case...

Also, off the top of my head--

84 Charing Cross Road
My Fair Lady
Philadelphia Story, Bringing Up Baby... really anything involving a combination of Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant.

niminypiminy Tue 17-Nov-15 10:26:25

The Railway Children
Strictly Ballroom
Clueless
Singing' in the Rain + any Fred and Ginger musical

KatherineMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 17-Nov-15 10:50:18

Hi all,

We're going to move this luffly thread over to films in a mo.

<SINGS BADLY> Theeeeee hills are aliiive!

JeffsanArsehole Tue 17-Nov-15 11:02:35

"Give me an occupation Miss Dashwood, or I shall run mad"

I love Alan Rickman. He's such a beautiful actor, so intense when he's heartsick.

CMOTDibbler Tue 17-Nov-15 11:05:30

I always love To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything as a film which makes me smile happily at its fabulousness

OnlyLovers Tue 17-Nov-15 11:22:15

Mary Poppins.

Once.

A Knight's Tale.

Singin' in the Rain.

And YES, Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday, all of those. So witty. Such great threads.

OnlyLovers Tue 17-Nov-15 11:23:25

Oh, also Enchanted and The Muppets (the one from 2011, not the more recent). Both are pitch-perfect and Amy Adams is magnificent in both.

spankhurst Tue 17-Nov-15 11:25:21

Hugo.

Local Hero.

jennymac Tue 17-Nov-15 14:19:24

Spent a lovely couple of hours watching An Affair to Remember in front of the fire on Sunday. Set me up well for the rest of the day!

Dancergirl Tue 17-Nov-15 14:19:57

Cinema Paradiso

SummerHouse Tue 17-Nov-15 14:22:15

The holiday. Lovely

vladthedisorganised Tue 17-Nov-15 14:23:00

YY to Sense and Sensibility and Singin' In The Rain

My pick-me-up films:
My Life as a Dog - very sad at the beginning but utterly lovely from there on in
The Station Agent
Amelie
Gregory's Girl
Stardust

Matildatoldsuchdreadfullies Tue 17-Nov-15 14:24:08

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