Category: Romance

The Choice (2016)

The girl next door and the bad boy on the spot, fall in love and are swept on a dreamy journey of their own through the moon and the stars and the soppy details of a birthing romance that will only be the greatest story ever to...

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Crimson Peak

Directed by: Guillermo del Toro Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam Genre: Gothic romance, fantasy, drama, horror Released: 14th October 2015 A tale of secrets, love, and what these will...

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The Longest Week (2014)

The Longest Week is the most Wes Anderson-y movie you’ll see that in no way, shape, or form has anything to do with Wes Anderson. From the opening scene to the last, you’ll be able to see the Anderson inspirations....

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Jersey Girl (2004)

Jersey Girl probably sounded like a better idea before Gigli opened and was met to terrible reviews and poor returns at the box office. That film starred Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, and was hated by almost everyone. It was...

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If I Stay

Cliché opening: They say life can change in an instant, and for Mia Hall (Chloë Grace Moretz), life does just that. While off on a road trip on a snowy day, she and her family wind up in a car accident. She awakens seemingly...

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What If (2014)

What If (released as The F Word in all countries but America, because America apparently can’t handle a title that even hints at profanity) is a funny movie about the friend zone. What is the friend zone? It’s when a...

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The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

So a girl, Hazel (Shailene Woodley), has had cancer for a while now. Thanks to an experimental drug, she’s managed to survive much longer than doctors initially gave her, although she has to constantly wear breathing tubes...

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Venus in Fur (2014)

A cat and mouse game of the best degree, Venus in Fur is a film that’s as thrilling and constantly entertaining as any thriller you can find. It consists almost exclusively of two people either acting in, or talking about,...

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