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Sat, Jul 18, 2020 9:29 AM

Poll Suggestion: Summer Flick or Real Romance?

More often than not, summer rhymes with blockbuster, thriller or highest box office grosser, it's the hottest season for movie lovers and temperature has nothing to do with it.

But how about these movies that exude the romantic summer vibes we can relate to? These little or bigger films set during summertime, at home, on the road or to the seaside where we can feel the exhilarating rush of passion or that little breeze of delightful contentment with the one we suddenly love...

Following the release of François Ozon's new film Été 85 (2020), let's have a look at some memorable summer romances, which one is your favorite?

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls080894851/

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Isn't 'A Walk to Remember" set during autumn?

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Oh, that's right. 

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That's what I figured :)

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2 months ago

summer of '42....

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2 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions :)

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2 months ago

bump

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2 months ago

Good idea. & Good list and intro, too. My vote: Call Me by Your Name. 

Since you know I'm a punctuation nerd, I'll suggest two tiny punctuation edits. :

More often than not, summer rhymes with blockbuster, thriller or highest box office grosser: it's the hottest season for movie lovers and temperature has nothing to do with it.
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Following the release of François Ozon's new film Été 85 (2020), let's have a look at some memorable summer romances; which one is your favorite?

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Lol... I had the HP in mind when I bumped it... guess I set my ambitions a bit too high. But thanks Jessica :)