The Best Bits of #LoveCinema with eHarmony


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To celebrate our brand new popcorn-themed TV advert, we have been delving into the world of cinema with our #LoveCinema campaign. Here’s our round-up of our favourite articles, tips and tricks to dating and the movies.


The Silverspoon Guide to London Date Nights: A Night at the Movies

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Angie from fabulous London lifestyle blog SilverSpoon London gives you the run-down of her top cinema picks for dating in London.


15 Reasons to Date an Actor

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There’s no need to be dubious about dating an actor. After all, Shakespeare wrote that we’re all actors in life’s great play – and he would know, wouldn’t he? Actors can be fun, spontaneous and in touch with their emotions. But that’s not all – find out just what makes dating an actor that bit more interesting.



Top romantic independent cinemas in the UK

The Phoenix Cinema

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‘Romantic’ and ‘multiplex’ don’t sit well together. Fortunately, there are still plenty of independent cinemas offering an alternative to the mainstream.  These quirky picture houses make for great dates, providing interesting films in often sumptuously elegant settings.

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Film quotes not to say on a first date

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It’s fun quoting films. But not always fun for those who have to listen – particularly if they don’t understand the reference. While we can’t tell you which quotes are good for first dates, we definitely can tell you which aren’t

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eHarmony goes to the movies

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Love! Cameras! Action! This month, inspired by our fantastic new eHarmony advert, we put on our first bloggers event with a cinema screening of classic rom com The Shop Around the Corner.

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See reviews of the evening from some of our favourite London bloggers – Angela of The Awkward Blog and Sarah of Prosecco Diaries.

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