3º – Sleepless in Seattle (Nora Ephron, 1993)A lonely widowed man, at the request of his little son, participates in a radio program to find a new companion, quickly becoming a sensation in his city. Love Tuning’ is regular in his general compendium, using a plot that moves in a cadenced way, possessing in the figures of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan the points that really make the film worthwhile.
2º – Manhattan (Woody Allen, 1979)We will explore the romantic adventures of a middle-aged man, understanding a bit about the way he views the world and the traditional activities of everyday life. Light and pleasant, the film manages to bring a story that uses the figure of Manhattan as a driving force for the events of the plot.
1º – Dirty Dancing (Emile Ardolino, 1987)A traditional family decides to spend their summer vacation in a small, cozy resort. Instead, one of the members of the family, young Baby Houseman, will fall in love with one of the dancers who makes up the local staff, starting a forbidden romance with him. Pearl of the late 1980s, ‘Dirty Dancing’ uses the traditional and conservative figure of the 1960s to give dynamism to the arc of scenes, having its place marked in the minds of fans of the seventh art.