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Bridget (Renée Zellweger) assumes Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) will propose after the big law-council dinner, but instead they get into a huge fight and later split up.
She decides to confront him in his chambers, asking him to take her back and saying that their relationship is romantic, even if it's not cliché movie romantic.
"I guarantee that at some point, one or both of us will want to get out.
Harry (Billy Crystal) finally realizes on New Year's Eve that he wants to be with Sally (Meg Ryan).
"I know there's no music playing, and it's not snowing, but that doesn't mean that it, that it can't really be something," she says.
When he says he has a question to ask, she knows what it is, so she runs out and makes him do it over again without all her blathering, and he asks, "Bridget Jones, will you marry me?
There's something indescribably appealing about escaping into the world of a movie—particularly those proposal scenes from our favorite romantic comedies.
Sure, your own real-life proposal will be just as memorable (if not more) as a big-screen engagement moment, but while you're waiting for your own handsome leading man to greet you on bended knee with a sparkling engagement ring, imagining yourself in the place of one of Hollywood's leading ladies is perfectly acceptable.