What are men always on about with chic flicks? They run like hell the minute a girlfriend decides to pick out a chic flick to watch for their Sunday movie night marathon. Sure enough some chic flicks can be quite sappy and uberly sweet you’d like to slap each other just to give it some spice. But, then again in some form of Neanderthal deduction, some guys probably just can’t find that switch when they need to get in touch with their feminine side. Either that or they just refuse to acknowledge it. However, in between that constant need for high impact action, suspense and, gore … there are quite a few good chic flicks a real man can appreciate.
Nicholas Sparks is a famed contemporary American novelist and screen writer. He has quite an array of published novels that have been adapted into movies revolving around the very core of timeless tales of love and romance that just sends you into a down ward spiral of relentless bawling. Three more of his novels namely, True Believer, Safe Haven and The Lucky One are scheduled to be released as movie adaptations sometime 2011 and 2012. All his books exude his trademark theme of love, faith, tragedy and fate, bringing the reader and movie goer into a helpless sappy state not even halfway through the story.
Quite the notorious tear jerker is “The Notebook”, which boasts of a solid leading cast with Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams portraying a young couple in the early 1940’s. Narrated in present day by James Garner as the elderly character of Ryan Gosling, to his one true love Gena Rowlands whose younger role is played by Rachel McAdams. The movie was released in 2004 and has been reputed to be the most romantic movie that year, leading to the best kiss award in the history of MTV.
So if that doesn’t intrigue you enough, why not challenge your high speed internet hook up to download movies based on the best novels of Nicholas Sparks. Message in a Bottle stars Kevin Costner and Robin Wright Penn; Nights in Rodanthe has the impeccable tandem of Richard Gere and Diane Lane, while A Walk to Remember introduces Mandy Moore and Shane West.; Dear John pairs hunky Tatum Channing with Amanda Seyfried and; The Last Song stars Greg Kinnear, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. Be forewarned not to watch all of them in one movie marathon night unless you’ve got a full stock of tissues. These movies have been known to ruin some bad boys and MMA fighters.
Timeless as they come they render epic storylines that you can keep going back to. Now the wonder of today’s technology conveniently allows you to watch these classic movies you’ve missed straight off the virtual highway. With Comcast Internet deals you can rely on high speed internet connection service and enjoy fast download speeds of up to 12MB per second. Just enough for you to get your bearings back after a good cry and ready for the next movie.