Friday, January 22, 2010

~ DR.ZIVAGO~ remember that movie ??








I am thinking of doing a series of question and answers on my blog... ...just to get to know each other better. Anyone interested ?
Here is the first question :-
" WHAT'S THE MOST MEMORABLE SCENE FROM A MOVIE TO YOU ?

17 comments:

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I think it is the scene in Doctor Zhivago where the lovers came into the house that is all frozen over....it was SO beautiful.
See next post of image. Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Sorry, decided to put it in the first post.
I LOVED THIS MOVIE.

Rose

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Rose,
I loved that movie too, the music was absolutely wonderful. I'm a real movie buff so it's hard to narrow down. But my fav love story of all time is 'Breakfast at Tiffany's', and the most memorable scene is at the end when it's raining and she lets the cat out of the cab and then runs back after it. Crying, rain on her face & she finds 'Cat' & then he finds her & they kiss...moonriver playing in the background. Now that's romantic. Lisa
PS Thanks for the great comment on my bottle.

Linda Q said...

I keep making a list of movies I need to rent because I have never seen them, this being one.
Got to have a movie weekend and catch up on some oldies!
Sorry for any confusion on my blog, my show and tell Friday post is up and at the end is where to make comments.
Linda

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

It is a movie every woman should see..it's quite long but worth the time watching it. BEAUTIFUL photography..and story.
Just loved the "ice" house scenes inside and out....it was so very beautiful...don't know how they did that..with all the hot lights that they would need to photograph those scenes.
It was like a WHTIE VINTAGE ICE CASTLE inside and out . MAGNIFIQUE !!!
And I loved her little quaint apartment that she got before they found each other again.
SUCH a wonderful love story. He truly loved them both...I think.

Rose

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Lisa, Sorry got so caught up in my movie..did not acknowledge yours...yes....Breakfast at Tiffany's...loved her in the movie.
It is a FOREVER CLASSIC and very romantic movie.
Need to order that from Netflix soon.

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Linda....yes do plan to get BOTH of those movies....they are beyond CLASSIC I believe.

Rose

The Rustic Victorian said...

I think there are so many great movies and moments, such a great escape....I cant choose. The peak of romance, or soul connections of the characters, when measurable things happen between people, the moments takes you completely away. Doctor Zhivago,,,haven't thought of that one in a long time, I hardly remember it,,better rent it. Childrens movies, like Ice Age, can have some pretty sweet moments.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Marcie, I know it is really hard to choose ..SO MANY MOVIES over the years.
But I just remembered THAT scene immediately when this quesiton came up for me because I am such a VISUAL person.
This image came from the trailer of the movie when I looked it up.
Rose

Sheryl Parsons said...

It's funny you asked this question as I have had, since Christmas, one line running through my head, "Light the lamp not the rat! LIGHT THE LAMP NOT THE RAT"!!!! Now if you can tell me the movie, I will send you a Valentine ornie. :-)

Interesting question as we only watch movies twice a month. I love the Mirror Has Two Faces, the whole premise of a man, tired of the bed hopping game, who goes out to find a "real woman" to settle down with. There's a scene where he is out on a date with a rather frumpy professor from the same university he teaches at. She is a wonderful conversationalist which clicks with him, and you can see him start to fall for her as he watches the way she eats her salad. She has a peculiar way of stacking food on her fork, and he is entranced with her. They never have sex before they get married, and when they finally do, he's afraid to ruin it by going there. All's well that ends well and this one does, but it's so charming and refreshing. The only down side is when she drops the "f" bomb once. Coulda left that one out.
I will have to get hubby to rent Dr. Zhivago. If I've seen it I don't remember it, so it's time!

Eastlake Victorian said...

For me, it has to be the scene from Sound of Music where Maria marries Baron Von Trapp in that beautiful church! That movie made such an impression on me when I was a little girl, and it's still my favorite movie! It's been years since I've watched Dr. Zhivago... I must watch it again, and I remember loving the music!

-Pam

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Sheryl....WELCOME TO MY BLOG...! I am so pleased your have joined.

I do not know that movie at all...but it sure sounds interesting and even romantic....as I am "of the age" where it would have to be my converstion and charm that "caught" a man...not my body anymore...for sure.
(smiling)
I will have to add that to my list for Netflix.

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Pam who could forget that magnificient scene..they made such a beautiful couple..the other "lady" was SO WRONG for him and his children.
And who can stop humming..Edelweiss... once we hear it again.

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

My Friend Diane...tried to post this...but could not for some reason..so I wanted to post it for her..~~

My favorite movie is the 1995 "Sabrina" starring Harrison Ford and Julia Omond. I enjoy watching the scene where Sabrina returns from Paris as a very sophisticated, sexy woman, and David (played by Greg Kinnear), who has know her all his life, doesn't recognize her. She is surprised at the situation and plays it so mysteriously cool! I also enjoy watching Harrison Ford court her in order to get rid of her, but finds himself hopelessly in love!! I'm a romantic! ~
Diane

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Diane, I have not seen that verion of this movie...ONE more to put on our Netflx list.
When we will ever have time for anything else soon.
Thank you, Rose

BellaRosa said...

I am so late to this post...but the funny thing is that this is something I was just thinking about this morning :) While I LOVE each and every movie you all have mentioned...when I think romance and love there are 2 that are at the top of my list...first is "Enchanted Cottage" a VERY old movie and I am sorry but I am can't remember the actors names in this movie...but they are both ugly according to one lady in the movie...she is plain and he is disfigured from war and everyone sees them this way..But when they are in this cottage together...he sees her beautiful and she sees him handsome and not hurt...and they are soo in love because they see each other through eyes filled with love...this movie always makes me cry :) and the 2nd one...this one is The Age Of Innocence...The scene where Daniel Day-Lewis just barely touches Michelle Phiffers hand...just caressing it so softly & her reactions...it was one of the most romantic scenes ever :)Now I have to go pull that DVD out and watch it again! I just wish Ted Turner would let them release The Enchanted Cottage" Besos, Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Rose...yes, I have seen The Age of Innocence..and it WAS marvelous. The other....The Enchanted Cottage, I had not heard of before. I put it into my Netflix cue..and it could not find it.
Does Ted Turner own that movie or just that you want to see it on the Turner Classics ?

Rose