Midnight in Paris, Russian Blini and Good Friends, not necessarily in that order, just had a perfect Sunday. We had some good friends over for brunch; I made Russian Buckwheat Blini which turned out perfectly, and in the evening, my one and only, my husband and I watched the Woody Allen movie, "Midnight in Paris." I am such a romantic, and this movie, which I had seen before was perfect. The trailer does not do it justice. In the comments in the DVD, Allen says he had the movie shot with yellow and red filters, which does give it an old postcard look. Besides being transported to Paris when you watch the film, the theme is interesting--feeling nostalgic for an earlier time is unrealistic, the earlier time was not necessarily that wonderful, that really living the present is what is important. But Paris is always wonderful; I think the idea of Paris is what I love best.
What nostalgia movies do you like--or what is your favorite romantic movie?