From 'you had me at hello' to 'Cinderf***in'rella', Hollywood has delighted us over the years with cheesy "romantic" one-liners – both awful and excellent in equal measure – which we've rounded up here to get you in the mood for Valentine's Day.
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“Modern love is hard, but cool,” writes one of our older readers to all of Halifax’s heartbroken youths.
(Which is annoying, since it's pretty much a given that Hollywood men will have much younger female love interests.) In fact, we wondered whether there were many movies at all where the female love interest was older—and we did find a few.
"What puzzles me, Harold, is that you want to sleep with your grandmother." So says a psychiatrist to this cult classic's death-obsessed protagonist about his joyous paramour, Maude—which just about sums up the other characters' opinions about this dark comedy's central relationship.
In the present, Chuck (Dane Cook) is a successful dentist in his thirties, and runs a dental practice in the same building as his best friend Stu's (Dan Fogler) plastic surgery business.
Chuck finds himself unable to tell his girlfriend, Carol (Chelan Simmons), that he loves her, and she breaks up with him while having sex on the beach.
There are so many components I don’t understand about these type of love scenes.
First of all, if someone is fleeing to another country to end a relationship that’s a little dramatic.
One of Good Luck Chucks theatrical posters parodied the well-known Rolling Stone cover photographed by Annie Leibovitz featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono in similar poses.
Also alluding to those musicians, the text displaying Dane Cook and Jessica Alba's names are in the same font and positioning as in the John Lennon album Double Fantasy.
Love is never like it is in the movies because life isn’t always a rom-com.