I think we all have our peculiarities. This is one of mine. Sabrina (the Harrison Ford one) is one of my absolute favourite chick flicks probably second only to such things as Little Women and Pride and Prejudice. I’m not sure exactly why, as I can’t/shouldn’t really relate too much to Sabrina, ha, half the Characters in this movie do not have their heads screwed on straight, half are frustrating and half are depressed because they cannot get or don’t know what they want. I like to think I’m at least a little more sensible.
It does use beautiful language, has a coy interuption of humor at the odd moment and plays with a couple of things close to me.
The movie, despite the reputation for chick-flicks being shallow entertainment, says a lot about loneliness, a lot about being stuck and a lot about which things are really important. Perhaps this is why it appeals?