Films that consider love in all its forms.
33 Postcards Film Review
"33 Postcards" is a unique film about a young woman's search for identity. Mei Mei, orphaned as a toddler, travels from China to Australia to meet her foreign sponsor. Will he accept her as his daughter? Directed by Pauline Chan, this movie is a meditation on family, love and redemption.
An Affair to Remember Movie Review
She finishes his sentences and he answers before she speaks. Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr have more magic between them than that which is written in their lines. The personalities of two cinematic greats quietly attain cult level greatness.
Dear John Movie Review
Nicholas Sparks movies translate into touching and genuine films as Message in a Bottle and The Notebook prove. Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum are great to watch anytime but Seyfried doesn’t quite carry the ball on this one.
Definitely Maybe Review
An interesting story that falls apart in the telling, on the eve of his divorce, Will Hayes takes his daughter Maya and us on the roller coaster ride of his past three "serious" loves. It's PG-13, a rating which should be respected.
Love Happens Review
What do you do when your life changes—for the worse—and suddenly makes you famous? What do you do when your life changes again and a woman in flower shop requires truth from the cardboard cutout of yourself? Love Happens and when it does, changes in life can change again.
My Man Godfrey Movie Review
A sweetly humorous love story between a "forgotten man" and a socialite leads to a renewal of hopes, a lot of money spent, a couple of broken hearts, a manipulator revealed and an unexpected wedding with the Mayor of New York officiating.
One Last Dance Review
Three estranged friends and retired dancers are reunited to perform the masterpiece dance of a lifetime in One Last Dance. The emotions run high, the energy is exuberant, the leaps higher and accomplishments extraordinary in the lives of the dancers and the performance of One Last Dance.
Out to Sea Movie Review
Out to Sea is a delightful comedy romance drama movie that will be a joy for the whole entire family to watch. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau join up with Hal Linden, Donald O’Connor, Dyan Cannon and Brent Spiner to romp joyously through life changes in their golden years.
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