There must have been advice we get when we watch all those Romantic movies that we love. Maybe we should always get a lesson from all these, that we can actually apply in our lives. I know Hollywood is very deceptive with making us expect forever after marriages, let’s not be so hopeful, but learn a thing or two.
“If Something is meant to be, it will be”
This must be the most romantic movie ever made. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams may have been separated by the girl’s family, but years later they ended up being together. Secondly, remember if you are sure about your relationship, do not let external factors come between you. Our mothers are right most times, but not all times.
I tear up every time I watch this movie. If you love someone and spend a lifetime with someone else you have wasted your whole life. Jim Sturgess and Anne Hathaway were best friends who were in love with each other, but none of them brought that up in the open. One divorce and a heartbreaks they eventually got together. Anne Hathaway dies a year later. Ouch! That hurts all the time. If you love someone, let them know.
Lucy Liu had met the perfect man for her, but she still dint know what she wants. She was still hoping for an adventure, to be swept off her feet, so mind washed she did not realize what a great man she had. This has a beautiful ending, but she almost lost the man of her dreams just because she did not know what she wanted.
Tyler Perry series of confessions of a marriage councilor hit the nail on the head this time. This is for a dating or married couple whose relationship no longer has the sparks. Straying can cause you deadly effects later. The beginning of a relationship is always full of sparks but later it’s not always like the first date. The lesson we all got on this movie is pretty evident, if you got a good man, hold onto him, all the glitters is not gold.