LEO

 

leo

 

This soft hearted sign loves funny movies about animals, so any movies to do with horses, dogs, or forest creatures warm their hearts. Good choices are “White Tuft: The Little Beaver” and “National Velvet” starring Elizabeth Taylor. They also enjoy cartoons that feature wildlife, such as “Finding Nemo” and “Ratatouille.”

The sentimental sign of the scales also enjoys a good chick flick. Movies like “My Best Friend’s Wedding” starring Julia Roberts or “Clue less” 1995 American comedy film loosely based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma or “Muriel’s Wedding” appeal to this good hearted sign. This sign also enjoys fantasy films to do with mythology. A film like “Legend” (starring Tom Cruise) helps this sign be taken to another place.

They like vintage comedy, so consider getting them videos of old films by Charles Chaplin or Abbot and Costello. They also like modern comedies by humorous geniuses like Mike Meyers and Jim Carey. Any of the Mike Meyers Austin Powers movies make good gifts.

Leos like are secretly sentimental, so they like a movie that is good tearjerker. They would enjoy a vintage sentimental film like “Love Story” (starring Ryan O’Neal) or “Terms of Endearment” starring Shirley Maclean.

This charismatic signs’ own love stories are frequently star crossed. Leos might believe fate has not dealt them a particularly good hand when it comes to romance. See them slobbering over their choice when it comes to the tragic “Splendor in the Grass” starring star crossed lovers Natalie Wood as Deenie, and a young Warren Beatty, as Bud. The adoration of Bud and his Deenie is a Romeo and Juliette type theme. A prototype tragedy therefore. Ten out of heartbreaking ten for this passionate, archetypal Leo movie.

“It’s Wonderful Life” starring James Steward makes a great Christmas gift for a Leo. They also love to laugh and love.

They also like the original James Bond thrillers, especially those that starred Sean Connery. Many Leos also like Clint Eastwood. “Gran Torino” is an Eastwood vehicle that has the type of moral backbone to the story that a Lion would really like.

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