Dating tip when at the movies
When Eddie Valiant asks her why she loves Roger, she replies, ‘He makes me laugh’. The couples’ devotion to one another underpins the whole film.
And it proves that it’s important to remember that looks will fade, but a sense of humour will last forever.
However it does teach us one thing: over-thinking never helps.
Lester learns to seize the moment and, while he does act selfishly, he shows what can happen when you actually start taking control of your own life. Okay, so this film is an adaptation of a classic novel but it’s also packed full of love lessons.
Elizabeth Bennett decides that Mr Darcy epitomises everything she hates before getting to know him. Just because someone doesn’t like your favourite film or has a job that you think is boring, don’t dismiss them straightaway.
Most films might be 2 hours worth of escape from everyday life, but some have valuable love lessons to teach us.
Here are 6 films we can all learn something from – some of the choices might surprise you!
By the end of the film, he comes close to marrying a woman he hates, all because he wasn’t brave enough to ask Andie Mac Dowell out in the first place! Who Framed Roger Rabbit is surprisingly romantic for a film famed for creating one of the sexiest ever cartoons, Jessica Rabbit.