Andre (Jamel Debbouze) gets a second chance to set his life right after saving a woman from a supposed suicide attempt in the Seine. Andre falls for his damsel-in-distress, Angela (Rie Rasmussen), yet, in an ironic twist, it is Angela who saves Andre. Angela, as her name suggests, is actually an angel sent to save Andre from his own fate. Directed by Luc Besson. With Gilbert Melki and Serge Riaboukine. Categories: Foreign Film, Drama, Romance, Fantasy, Comedy. Language: French. Year: 2005.
After a misunderstanding on an airline flight, mild-mannered Dave Buznik (Adam Sandler) is sentenced to undergo anger management. Things go from bad to worse for Dave when his therapist, Dr. Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson), shows up to live in his home. Known for his unorthodox methods, Buddy sets out to help Dave get in touch with his emotions by turning his life into a living nightmare. Directed by: Peter Segal. With Marisa Tomei, John Turturro, John C. Reilly, Kevin Nealon and Allen Covert. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2003.
Alvy Singer (Woody Allen), a neurotic comedian, examines the ups and downs of new love after ending his relationship with a ditsy aspiring actress (Diane Keaton). While trying to figure out what went wrong, Alvy journeys through his memories in New York City, often speaking directly to the audience. Directed by Woody Allen. With Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Shelley Duvall and Christopher Walken. Category; Comedy, Romance. Year: 1977.
The title character (Jeff Daniels) is a famous writer known as an expert on spirituality. But when it comes to his own life, he doesn't have a clue. Grouchy and lonely, he is forced out of his isolation when a bookstore owner contacts him. An overprotective single mother (Lauren Graham) discovers where he lives and comes begging for advice. As he is forced into contact with others, his view of the world changes. Directed by John Hindman. With Max Antisell and Lou Taylor Pucci. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2009.
Passepartout (Jackie Chan ), a Chinese thief seeks refuge in the companionship of Phileas Fogg (Steve Coogan), a British inventor who has accepted a challenge to travel around the world in only 80 days. Along the way, Passepartout's martial arts skill gets the two out of many sticky situations as they race to complete their voyage. Directed by Frank Coraci. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Action, Romance, Based on a Novel. Year: 2004.
Around the World in 80 Days
Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson), a cranky, obsessive-compulsive writer, is entrusted with a dog after his gay artist neighbor (Greg Kinnear) is mugged and beaten. With his daily routine already dangerously off course, Melvin finds that Carol (Helen Hunt), the only waitress who will tolerate him, must leave work to care for her sick son. Eventually, the three become unlikely friends and Melvin learns to love and respect other people. Directed by James L. Brooks. With Cuba Gooding Jr.. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 1997.
As Good as It Gets
After witnessing her older sister Cecilia (Keira Knightley) in a compromising situation with Robbie Turner (James McAvoy), the son of the family housekeeper, Briony Tallis (Saoirse Ronan) acts out in jealousy and bears false witness to have the young man arrested for a crime he did not commit. Kept apart by prison and war, the young lovers stay connected through hearts and letters, while Briony (Vanessa Redgrave), now an againg writer, sets out to share their bittersweet story with the world. Directed by Joe Wright. With Romola Garai. Categories: Drama, Romance, War, Based on a Novel. Year: 2007.
Grant (Gordon Pinsent) and Fiona (Julie Christie), an Ontario couple who have been married for over 40 years, must face the reality of Alzheimer's that hangs like a cloud over their twilight years. With Fiona confined to a nursing home, Grant abides by the institution's policy of not allowing visitors during patients' first 30 days. But, when Grant is finally allowed to see his wife, he discovers that she has made a connection with Aubrey (Michael Murphy), a wheel chair-bound mute, and no longer remembers her loving husband. Directed by Sarah Polley. With Olympia Dukakis and Wendy Crewson. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2006.
Away from Her
J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton) is a determined career woman living in Manhattan's fast-paced business world. But her life is thrown into a tailspin when she learns that she has inherited a newborn baby girl from a deceased relative. Eventually, her new responsibility leads to the loss of both her boyfriend and her job, and forces Wiatt to examine her priorities. Directed by Charles Shyer. With Sam Shepard, Harold Ramis and James Spader. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1987.
Directed by Alan Poul. With Jennifer Lopez, Alex O_Loughlin, Anthony Anderson, Michaela Watkins, Melissa McCarthy and Eric Christian Olsen. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2010.
The Back-Up Plan
Redmond Barry (Ryan O'Neal) is a roguish Irishman whose quest for fame and glory leads him across the battlefields of Europe, at various times operating as soldier, spy and con artist. After seducing the powerful Lady Lyndon (Marisa Berenson), he changes his name to Barry Lyndon and begins a spectacular fall from grace after a lifetime right out of legend. Directed by Stanley Kubrick. With Patrick Magee and Steven Berkoff. Categories: Drama, Romance, War. Year: 1975.
As Batman, Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer) must contend with a pair of his most feared enemies: Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones) and the Riddler (Jim Carrey), who are determined to destroy the city and discover Batman's true identity. The Caped Crusader must use the help of the lovely Dr. Chase Meridan (Nicole Kidman) and brave young Robin (Chris O'Donnell) to save the city without losing his life or having his secret revealed. Directed by Joel Schumacher. With Michael Gough and Drew Barrymore. Categories: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Crime, Romance. Year: 1995.
Daphne (Diane Keaton), an incredibly overbearing mother, fears that her youngest daughter, Milly (Mandy Moore), will make the same mistakes with love that she once did. Deciding to help Milly find the perfect man, Daphne creates an internet personal ad and proceeds to interview a series of eligible (and not-so-eligible) bachelors. During the course of her interview sessions, an intrigued eavesdropper, Johnny (Gabriel Macht), tries to persuade Daphne that he is right for her daughter. Assuming that Johnny is just a suave heartbreaker, she brushes him aside, favoring the more stable Jason (Tom Everett Scott) instead. But, when an old flame comes back into Daphne's life, she is foced to reasses her views and realizes that sometimes being a mom means letting go. Directed by Michael Lehmann. With Lauren Graham, Piper Perabo, Stephen Collins and Ty Panitz. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year:2007.
Because I Said So
In 1795, 20-year-old aspiring author Jane Austen (Anne Hathaway) is under pressure from her family to marry a rich man , the nephew of a local aristocrat (Maggie Smith). But Jane is in love with Tom (James McAvoy), a young Irishman, to the horror of her mother (Julie Walters) and the local clergyman (James Cromwell). But Tom and Jane fight for their happiness. Directed by Julian Jarrold. Categories: Biography, Drama, Romance. Year: 2007.
Celine (Julie Delpy) is a French student and Jesse (Ethan Hawke) is an American kid, both traveling on a train near Vienna when they happen to meet each other. Hitting it off immediately, they decide to stop in Vienna and spend one day together in the opening moves of their powerful, sincere, but restricted friendship that could be more, if they only had the time. Directed by Richard Linklater. With Andrea Eckert, Dominik Castell and Karl Bruckschwaiger. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 1995.
Jess Bhamra (Parminder Nagra) and Jules Paxton (Keira Knightley) are two young women in England who, although separated by cultural differences, are united by a love for soccer. Though competition over their cute coach (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and family drama threaten to turn their friendship sour, a love of the game and talent to match keeps them focused on the sport they love and the bond they share. Directed by Gurinder Chadha. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sports. Year: 2002.
Bend It Like Beckham
Benny (Aidan Quinn), a car mechanic, is devoted to caring for his mentally ill sister, Joon (Mary Stuart Masterson). She is a gifted artist but can't function in the outside world without his help. When Benny brings home Sam (Johnny Depp), a drifter he meets by chance, Sam and Joon are instantly drawn to each other. Sam is an eccentric guy who likes to imitate the famous silent movie comedian, Buster Keaton. While Benny has always wanted Joon to make friends of her own, he is concerned that she has fallen for Sam so quickly. Directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik. With Joe Grifasi and Dan Hedaya. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 1993.
Benny & Joon
Three American soldiers come home to Boone City after World War II and struggle to rebuild their shattered lives. Al Stephenson (Fredric March) lost three years of life with his wife (Myrna Loy) and children and must fight to regain their love even as Fred Derry (, his friend and fellow soldier (Dana Andrews) struggles with a failing marriage and a growing infatuation with Al's young daughter Peggy (Teresa Wright). Homer Parrish (Harold Russell) lost his hands in the war and can't return to his fiancee and loved ones. Directed by William Wyler. With Hoagy Carmichael. Categories: Drama, Romance, Classic. Year: 1946.
The Best Years of Our Lives
Chloe (the voice of Drew Barrymore) is a pampered Beverly Hills pet Chihuahua. Her owner is a cosmetics mogul (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Chloe thinks she is too good for the gardener's dog, Papi (the voice of George Lopez). But when her owner's niece (Piper Perabo) takes Chloe on a trip to Mexico and loses her there, only Papi can save her from dognappers. Directed by Raja Gosnell. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Family, Romance. Year: 2008.
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
Jack Wyatt (Will Ferrell), a once successful actor whose career is in the pits, is set to star in an update of the classic television show Bewitched. When Jack unknowingly chooses a real witch named Isabel (Nicole Kidman) for the part of Samantha, there's magic in the air. But, as Jack's ego gets harder and harder to handle, Isabel finds it difficult not to use her powers to sway the situation. Directed by Nora Ephron. With Michael Caine, Shirley MacLaine. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Based on a TV Series. Year: 2005.
In order to inherit his father's (Darren McGavin) hotel empire, spoiled, immature slacker Billy Madison (Adam Sandler) must repeat every grade in school - his father bribed all of his teachers the first time - in order to prove himself worthy. Billy feels right at home in elementary school and becomes the most popular guy in class. But, as he enters high school, he begins to feel the pressure and experiences the same type of ridicule that he used to dish out. To make matters worse, Billy must also deal with interference from his nemisis, Eric Gordon (Bradley Whitford), who stands to gain control of the company should Billy flunk his final test. Directed by Tamra Davis. With Bridgette Wilson, Josh Mostel, Norm MacDonald, Mark Beltzman and Larry Hankin. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1995.
Anna (Nicole Kidman) thought the pain was over. On the eve of her marriage to Joseph (Danny Huston) a young boy (Cameron Bright) arrives at her engagement party and claims to be the reincarnation of Sean (Michael Desautels), Anna's late beloved husband. Despite the disbelief of her friends and family, Anna is drawn into the uncanny memories of the young boy and begins to doubt the new life she is trying to make. Directed by Jonathan Glazer. With Lauren Bacall, Anne Heche and Ted Levine. Categories: Drama, Mystery, Romance. Year: 2004.
After Lazurus (Samuel L. Jackson), a God-fearing bluesman, has his wife run out on him, he finds Rae (Christina Ricci), a sex-obsessed young woman, beaten and left for dead in the middle of road. Seeking salvation of his own, Lazurus nurses Rae back to health and the two form a bond while trying to put their lives back together. Directed by Craig Brewer. With Justin Timberlake, S. Epatha Merkerson, John Cothran Jr. and Michael Raymond-James. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2006.
Black Snake Moan
After being stripped of their gold medals, rival figure skaters Chazz Michael Michaels (Will Ferrell) and Jimmy MacElroy (Jon Heder) exploit a loophole to return to competitive ice skaking as a pairs team. Michaels is brash, crude and unapologetic, skating with flair, power and charisma. MacElroy is a sensitive artist whose skills have been developed in a strict, protected environment. Training with Coach (Craig T. Nelson), Chazz and Jimmy set out to learn new skills and train to perform a controversial manuever that might be the only way to defeat their main competition, the Van Waldenberg siblings (Amy Poehler and Will Arnett). Directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck. With Jenna Fischer, William Fichtner, Nick Swardson, Luke Wilson and Rob Corddry. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Sports. Year: 2007.
Blades of Glory
Danny (Chris Pine), a young, attractive, popular blind man, refuses to let his disability get in his way, except when it comes to women. Hoping to help Danny get over his nervousness around the opposite sex, his brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas) sets him up on some dates, but they all end up being a total bust. Just when he had all but given up hope, Danny meets Leeza (Anjali Jay), a nurse that works in his eye doctor's office. The two seem destined for love, but their romance is hindered by the fact that Leeza's parents have already promised her to another man in an arranged marriage. Directed by James Keach. With Jane Seymour and Pooch Hall. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2006.
An ensemble comedy loosely based on a true story, this film is about a pirate radio station run from a boat in the North Sea in the 1960s. Radio Rock, which broadcast from the boat, shook up Britain with its hardrocking tunes. Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Bill Nighy and Philip Seymour Hoffman all play rogue DJs who keep the boat rocking. Kenneth Branagh is a humorless government official who makes it his life's mission to shut the boat down. The soundtrack features classic rock tunes. Directed by Richard Curtis. With Tom Wisdom and Talulah Riley, Kenneth Branagh. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Music, Romance. Year: 2009.
The Boat That Rocked
Bonnie (Faye Dunaway), a small-town girl, meets and falls in love with Clyde (Warren Beatty), an up-and-coming bank robber. Together, they begin a string of violent robberies that put them in the newspaper headlines, capturing the imagination of the Depression era Mid-West. Directed by Arthur Penn. With Gene Hackman, Michael J. Pollard and Gene Wilder. Categories: Biography, Crime, Drama, Romance, Classic. Year: 1967.
Bonnie and Clyde
Dignan (Owen Wilson) dreams of being an accomplished career criminal. Anthony (Luke Wilson) is trying to put his life back together after a severe bout of exhaustion. Bob (Robert Musgrave) has a car. After a successful bookstore robbery, everything seems to be going according to Dignan's master plan until the three friends hideout at a roadside motel. After a day on the lam, Bob has to go home and Anthony falls in love with the housekeeper. Dignan will have to work fast if he is to impress Mr. Henry (James Caan) and pull off the job of a lifetime. Directed by Wes Anderson. With Lumi Cavazos. Categories: Comedy, Crime, Romance. Year: 1996
Directed by Andy Tennant. With Gerard Butler, Jennifer Aniston, Dorian Missick, Jason Sudeikis, Joel Garland and Cathy Moriarty. Categories: Action, Comedy, Romance. Year: 2010.
The Bounty Hunter
Hilary Swank won her first Oscar for her heart-rending performance as Brandon Teena, who lives in a small Nebraska town. She passes herself as a guy and enjoys hanging out and drinking with the other boys. He even has a girlfriend, Lana (Chlo_ Sevigny). But when the boys in town realize that Brandon is really Teena Brandon, a young woman, everything falls apart. Directed by Kimberly Peirce. With Hilary Swank and. Categories: Crime, Drama, Romance. Year: 1999.
Boys Don't Cry