Scrap plans for a night on the town in favor of ordering takeout food when you’re both in need of some quality quiet time together.

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When it comes to romance, some people seem to have all the right moves, while others are more romantically challenged. Communication is Key The #1 rule when it comes to romance is this: listen!

From a simple serenade to a heartfelt love note to a moonlit stroll arm in arm, showing your sweetie your sensitive side is a far more meaningful romantic act than showering your date with money, expensive gifts, or a flashy experience. The key to avoid going overboard lies in giving your date plenty of attention when you’re together, but also giving him or her space when you’re apart. As the old saying goes, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder.” Create a little space between you and your date, and the romance will most likely heat up in no time. Master the art of Mood, Location, and Ambience The key to setting the perfect romantic scene lies in the subtle details. Be sure to pay attention to your date’s likes and dislikes, and then incorporate them into every detail of your romantic scene. Practice makes Perfect Like the old saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” If and when you encounter a romantic roadblock (or an all-out dating disaster), don’t give up. Give yourself permission to try new things, and accept if and when they don’t net the desired romantic results.

That doesn’t mean that you never call (especially if you said you would). If you become a master at creating a sultry mood in the perfect location, surrounded by all the right details, you exponentially increase your chances of romantic success. Communicate with your date to find out what went wrong and how to remedy the situation next time.

Pick up that book or, better yet, book a romantic weekend away (if and when it’s appropriate).

By simply paying attention to what’s going on in your cutie’s world, you’ll be that much closer to rocking your romantic life. Make your Date a Priority Contrary to popular belief, romance is NOT dead.All right, we’re going to have a bunch of new disc reviews for you starting tomorrow.I’m wrapping up the Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Collection in 4K Ultra HD and Tim is working on a whole mess of new Blu-ray reviews as well. Meanwhile, we have a bit of release news for you today...The Tomatometer score — based on the opinions of hundreds of film and television critics — is a trusted measurement of critical recommendation for millions of fans.It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.In fact, the best way to introduce it into your next date is to take a look at your current list of priorities and possibly give it a subtle shift.