Romantic Films for Stuart Homeowners on Valentine’s

As just about every Stuart real owner knows, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. That means it’s time to curl up next to your significant other and enjoy each other’s company. One of the best ways of doing so is by watching a timeless romantic flick together, maybe even in the bedroom. Check out some of your best options.

For starters,1996’s William Shakespeare’s Rome + Juliet is ideal for Stuart luxury homeowners. Leonardo DiCaprio falls for the wealthy and seductive Claire Danes’ heavy burden of love. The script remains intact as “swords” represent their handguns. Director Baz Luhrmann’s marvelous set design, editing and soundtrack make for an enthralling feature.

Couples with Stuart homes for sale will also appreciate Steven Soderbergh’s 1998 erotic Out of Sight.  The witty George Clooney is a bank-robber who kidnaps Jennifer Lopez. She’s only the federal marshal who witnessed him breaking out of Glades prison in Miami. But the two charmers wind up drawn to each other. Once he’s on the loose, the U.S. marshal goes on a manhunt. No one knows if it’s to bring him into justice, or to run off together. Out of Sight’s great characterization is complimented by fantastic supporting actors, Ving Rhames, Albert Brooks, and Michael Keaton.

Director John Madden brings audiences back to 1593’s Elizabethan London in Shakespeare in Love. The playwright’s imagination gets blocked until he can woo his muse. Once William locks hearts with Gwyneth Paltrow, he’s inspired to pen the timeless romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. It’s fun to watch the most romantic playwright in history fall head over heels. Seeing Shakespeare capture words as he casually strolls down the street is fantastic. Phenomenal acting won the fair maiden an Oscar, while Shakespeare in Love actually won Best Picture over Saving Private Ryan.

Finally, folks with homes for sale in Stuart love year 2000’s High Fidelity, a 1995 English novel of the same name by Nick Hornby. The screen version includes big names, such as Tim Robbins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, a seductive Lisa Bonet, the star’s sister, Joan Cusack, and even introduces funny man Jack Black as an employee of a used record store in Chicago. Black portrays a sales clerk, Barry, an overweight, insensitive and unappreciated scholar of the industry who steals the spotlight in every scene he is cast, from telling off a yuppie-consumer to singing Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On.”

Most of the film takes place in Championship Vinyl, the retail shop that Rob Gordon owns, played by Cusack.  He was recently dumped by the beautiful Laura. Using narrative flashbacks and monologues, Rob talks straight to the camera about it throughout the entire picture, a trick picked up from Woody Allen. The character compares everything to a record. Rob begins to ponder what happened to each woman and why exactly she left him. He eventually seeks out each ex as to find out, but every girl was a surprising disappointment to his memory. He learns plenty about the game of love before reaching a happy ending. So, no more excuses. Get cozy with the right flick on Valentine’s Day.

 

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