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The Best Romantic Movies Ever

Even if you are feeling down in the dumps and completely cynical about life, a great romantic movie can turn things around instantly. It can be just the thing to renew your hope in the human spirit while reminding you of why people fall in love in the first place. After all, who doesn’t have relationships or dating on their mind at all times? Great romantic movies can be the perfect distraction while you search for your own true love in real life. Sometimes they can be wickedly realistic, or other times they might feature more make-believe elements like magic love spells or fairytale endings. But whatever specific formula a romantic movie follows, the best ones are able to cut to our soul by the time the final credits roll. Here are some of the best romantic movies that you can rent if you need a quick boost of true love.

Sleepless in Seattle – no one could have predicted that this movie would have become as huge as it did. Even though it would be considered old by some standards today, it can still hold its own against any romantic movie that Hollywood turns out now. It’s interesting to remember that the two characters don’t even meet until the very end of the movie. How magical is that?

Wall-E – this movie makes the list because of the unusual fact that the two main characters aren’t human at all. But when everything is said and done this movie features one of the greatest love stories of all time between two lovable robots. And along the way, we get messages about the importance of preserving the environment, protecting the earth, and how love is the most essential thing of all.

Titanic – if you have three hours to kill that it might be time to revisit this instant classic. A lot of people forget that the filming of Titanic was plagued with numerous problems and an overinflated budget. As it turns out, none of that matters today because all we think of when we think of this movie is one of the best romantic films of all time.

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Regis Philbin – Five Great Replacement Ideas to Join Kelly Ripa

It is now official that Regis Philbin is leaving “Live with Regis and Kelly”  and the rumor mill is already buzzing about who might be his replacement.  Many names are being talked about, and each of them have some merit.  Replacing Regis Philbin is not going to be one of the easiest gigs in town, so going with a known entity is probably a good idea for ABC.  Here are five names that have been brought up, and what I think about them as a potential “Live with Regis and Kelly” co-host:

Ryan Secreast

Ryan is certainly the front runner if you go by common sense, but rarely in the world of television do they do that.  Secreast is already affiliated with ABC for the “New Year’s Rocking Eve” show, and it would make sense for him to be used here if he is so inclined.  Ryan Secreast may not want to go the route of morning talk show host, however.  His reputation has always seemed to be important to him, and manning the seat next to Ripa is not exactly screaming “young crowd coolness” like Secreast is used to doing.  Still, many think he is the most natural fit for the job and it would be hard to argue against it.

Neil Patrick Harris

Doogie Howser is not some little kid anymore, and he is my choice to take over the spot.  Harris has shown himself to be not only a wonderful actor, but a highly articulate and thoughtful person.  Neil Patrick Harris would be the perfect fit to be the straight man to Ripa as well. Harris is a funny man in his own right, and can carry portions of the show when needed. For those of us that watched him growing up as the child doctor prodigy, he comes across now as refined and the ultimate pro.  That should keep him in contention as that is the target audience for the show as well.

Jeff Probst

Probst certainly could handle the job, but I do not think that enough people would tune in. No matter how many times I watch him, I just have a hard time taking him seriously. All I can think about is Survivor when I see Probst, and the various situations that arise on that show.  Jeff Probst is a pretty sharp fellow, but he still feels “reality television” to me.  I am not sure that is the aim of the “Live with Regis and Kelly” producers are not.  Perhaps they will want to aim at a younger demographic.

Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper would also be great in the job, though his shows have a tendency to become a bit heavy.  With Ripa to play off of, I think that Cooper could be a wonderful fit in this situation. Those times where he guest hosted he did a fantastic job.  Not only was he a good co-host, he was funny and engaging.

Wayne Brady

Wayne is without a doubt the most mis-used talent in Hollywood.  In this role as a side kick with Ripa, he could truly fit his talents with the audience that would appreciate him.  Brady is a great talent, and would be an awesome co-host for “Live with Regis and Kelly.”

About the only name being bandied about that I would not want is Mark Conseulos, simply because the show would become all about their family.  Husbands and wives should not co-host the show in my opinion and I feel it would become stale quickly.

Rodney Southern is an aspiring novelist and article writer. He loves to follow entertainment news and contribute articles about celebrity whereabouts.

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Heat magazine: The people’s choice

Heat magazine is labeled as one of the top player in entertainment magazine circulation. It reaches up to 500,000 magazines per week. Not bad for a company that was established in 1999 by a German company called Bauer Media Group. This magazine essentially targets teenagers and young adults especially women.  Heat magazine has all the stuff that a girl needs: juicy gossips, latest styles and beautiful and hot celebrities. In addition, the magazine also tackles latest music, upcoming movies, celebrity interviews and TV listings.

Similar to newly established companies, Heat also struggled in the beginning. Countless changes in lay outs, featured articles and advertising strategies were injected in the management and the magazine itself. After those necessary changes, subscription increased exponentially. Due to the great interest of the public toward reality shows and gossips, heat magazine focuses on those topics and also help fill up the magazine’s pages. Ever since the magazine stamped its role in the circulation, the company hasn’t experience any downward trend in sales. Many readers of this magazine say that heat magazine is a great read during breaks and while waiting for a train, bus, cab or plane

Heat magazine is release weekly. Oftentimes, the latest celebrity gossip and crazy photos of celebrity doing everything and anything under sun attract the readers to purchase the magazine. It also includes features on the hottest bodies in Hollywood and entertainment scene, DVD and music reviews as well as upcoming flicks. Some readers can’t get enough of the sarcastic and witty remarks of the editorial staffs.

Another favorite section is “The week in pictures” which showcases candid and not so candid pictures of celebrities from red carpet events to normal everyday activities such as buying groceries and shopping. In addition, there are sections that discuss the relationship status of celebrities, celebrity styles, and horoscopes.

Heat magazine subscription is actually a simple process. Customers are given the option to choose whether to pay through debit or credit card. Monthly packages are available to suit varying needs of the readers. Subscribing to heat magazine through online purchases is charged 50% less than other methods of payment.