We say: The Notebook is undoubtedly the best Nicholas Sparks film, but Dear John, A Walk To Remember and The Longest Ride are all must-sees too. During her journey, she meets a mysterious boy named Hugo who loves her for who she is. If you're looking for something on the steamier side — to put it mildly — this Mexican film follows three young adults as they attempt to untangle themselves from past romantic relationships while on a road trip. Because I already did, extensively, in another post. An Affair To Remember A classic romance with a valuable lesson: look both ways before crossing the road. Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin star together in this touching film, which explores the central relationship between a carer and a man left paralyzed by a motorcycle accident. But the story of the young Adèle finding her first serious girlfriend is worth the time: The film won the prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
From the moment Jack and Rose lay eyes on each other from their different sections of the boat, their insane chemistry is impossible to ignore. Follow her on Instagram at and Twitter at. Release date: February 9 Starring: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Kim Basinger, Arielle Kebbel, Brant Daugherty, Luke Grimes, and Rita Ora Plot: The final installment of the Fifty Shades series is also the most romantic. Carol never lets the lush period setting get in the way of the story for this one, which sees Phyllis Nagy adapt a Patricia Highsmith novel in which — surprise! Cast those two in leading roles, and you know you have yourself a romantic comedy that is the crème-de-la-crème—the best of what classic romance has to offer. There's no shortage of sigh-inducing, heart-melting love stories coming out this year.
We've got answers -- from experts and from moms who've been through it. Jordi Lippe-McGraw, travel writer, certified holistic health, and creator of. These 11 must-see movies are guaranteed to mess with your heart in the best possible ways. This biopic of the legendary Depression-era bank robbers broke boundaries in terms of on-screen violence. The casting was well done which was the only redeeming factor that made the film palatable to watch. With Valentine's Day swiftly approaching, the good news is we're in the middle of rom-com season, which, of course, means that, from now until February 14, we can binge as many movies as we want about best friends finally falling for each other, long-lost lovers reuniting, and total opposites realizing they're actually meant to be.
After her strict mother puts pressure on her to return to Ireland and settle down, she must make a choice between what is expected of her and what her heart longs for. It's from director Alfonso Cuarón, who is currently getting a lot of award attention for his new film Roma which is. Expect the movie to feature lots of flashbacks and—we're sure—more than a little romance. Cher and Nicholas Cage inspired critics and viewers alike—the film went on to be nominated for six Oscars, winning three for Best Actress go, Cher! Email him at Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. The acting is good, but the writing doesn't do the actors justice.
Dirty Dancing and Patrick Swayze's sizzling chemistry steams up the screen in this eighties banger-laden ode to summer flings, pissing off your parents, and doing whatever it takes to end up in the ludicrously buff arms of a fit dance instructor. Round-trip transportation in a Mercedes Sedan is included. His tour-de-force performance is larger than life: much like the facial proboscis that keeps him from his great love Roxane. And so what if your new girlfriend a isn't exactly a girl and b feasts on the blood of innocents? This experience, created with daring lovebirds in mind, begins with a private tour for two of the famed Monte-Carlo Casino the location for many Bond movies. Of course they fall in love. So, I quit my job as a gossip reporter, started traveling, and graduated from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Plus, movies like these always manage to make us crack up and come with a handful of quotable lines.
Like a Green Cross Code video, but with way more emotional impact. Stockholm Syndrome is a tricky concept at the best of times, and when the captor is Billy, a maladjusted, abusive ex-con played by Gallo, it's fair to say our perceptions of love's limits and limitations are being tested. Most of the fun lies in gender-bending games of mistaken identity that would make Shakespeare proud. Love is in the air! Roxanne Not many romantic comedies starring Steve Martin can claim to be based on an 1897 verse play…. That's the question by rom-com queen Nora Ephron attempts to answer. This film starts off well giving me an element of hope that this film might actually be good. The Philadelphia Story A triumphant comeback for Katharine Hepburn after a string of disappointments.
I say it's about watching films that make you cry, laugh, rage, sob and ultimately believe in the undying power of love again roughly in that order. Set in in the early 1950s, this film stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women with forbidden feelings for each other. So too is this beautiful 2005 big-screen adaptation. The, well, setup to Set It Up is brilliant: Two assistants to workaholic bosses figure they'll get more free time if their employers started dating each other, so they use the tools at their disposal personal calendars, etc. The film tells the story of a prideful poor girl and a prejudiced rich dude who fall madly in love with each other even as every bone in their bodies protests. Along the way, Monica and Quincy must learn to balance the insane pressures of their budding professional basketball careers with their feelings for one another. Here I will share beautiful and practical stories from around the world, inspiring people to embrace their individual journeys and learn simple steps towards creating a happy and healthy life.
Once they fall in love, Bella refuses to let anything interfere — not even the fact that Edward is an immortal vampire. It refuses to rely on the gimmick, and both Paltrow and make respectably adorable leads. Meanwhile, the owners of the cocaine - the Mob - track them down in an attempt to reclaim it. Four Weddings and a Funeral delivers on the bittersweet promise of its title, balancing foul-mouthed dialogue with chocolate box London locales, all topped off with a rain-soaked feel-good finale. We say: All I ever want to do after watching this is take up pottery. And if all you want is to find a baby name or hear some birth stories, we've got that too. Release date: August 15 Starring: Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Gemma Chan, Lisa Lu, Nico Santos, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, and Michelle Yeoh.
Romances can have you reaching for the tissues, get you hot under the collar, leave you in stitches and have you sighing with a content, full heart. It's also about being able to deal with life's every day stresses in a way that allows you to live happily. Plot: High school student Lara Jean Covey writes letters to boys she loves and hides them away. Let's just say it most certainly put her on the map. From disciplining to potty training to keeping them entertained - everything toddler is right here. Spanning 13 years, it tells the story of Monica and Quincy, two kids who start as athletic rivals and eventually become each other's number one fans. Release date: March 16 Starring: Nick Robinson, Katherine Langford, Alexandra Shipp, Jorge Lendeborg Jr.