This upcoming movie is all about romance but of the 50-year-old man that is why viewers can also enjoy comedy in the movie. Being the romantic story of middle age man it is different from all other love stories.
This movie revolves around the Stuart who is suffering from mid-life crisis. Thus, this 50-year man wants something more in her life so for the same interest he starts his journey across the French Countryside. During his journey, he met his friend’s family and fall in love with his friend’s 24-year daughter.
Under the Eiffel Tower (2018)
It is the upcoming science fiction film with some thrill reveals about the journey of a young woman to discover the truth of her identity. This action-packed movie will be great fun for the fans as they could enjoy something thrilling and adventurous about the struggle of a young woman that is desperate to know who is she and how her struggle can change the world. The movie is plotted in the several centuries of the future.
Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
What Men Want is a great fantasy movie with the added flavor of romance. Adam Shankman is the director of the movie and it is set for the initial release in the spring season means in February.
This movie revolves around the sports agent Ali Davis who believes that it is man’s world that is why even after the well-deserved promotion she wonders to do something in life to get success. To find the answer of her question from the psychic.
What Men Want (2019)
If Beale Street Could Talk is the upcoming American Romantic Drama movie that has been written and directed by Barry Jenkins.
It is the high budget movie of approx 1.2 crores USD so the director and fans have many expectations from this movie. Nicholas Britell has given music to this romantic drama movie. After the first premiere of this movie at Toronto International Film Festival on 9th September 2018, fans are waiting with curiosity for the release of this movie. In the movie director has tried to raise the life of a young African American woman who struggles to prove the innocence of her husband before the birth of her baby.
The movie revolves around Harlem woman who tries to clear the name of her fiancé and for that she races against the time and tries to prove the innocence of her lover. For her would be husband, she recalls her passion, respect, and trust and fights for childhood friend cum lover that was wrongly charged and arrested for the crime that he did not commit.
If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)
Both Nikki and Leo grow up in “Little Pizza”, it is a place where their families have pizza business, also called “Pizza Napoli”, based in Toronto. For many years, the verbal conflict caused between Sal and Vince (fathers of both Nikki and Leo) caused the pizza business to dissolve, hence Chef Corinne gives Nikki a break of two weeks, so she can have time to change her visa and to work a cooking menu because there is a cooking exhibition coming up.
Little Italy (2018)
Four young people, a will to become actors and a decision to join an acting workshop. What is so unusual you would say? Nothing till now but something afterward. The movie depicts the life of four people who are keen on an acting career. Kyung, Hun, Eun, and Jun decide to opt for an acting workshop after seeing the play ‘Quartet’. Mirae, the actor from the ‘Quartet ‘is their acting instructor. But as the workshop proceeds, it transforms from a mere workshop to a self -discovery programme.
As they enact the different roles, their self-reflections come to the fore and so do their confessions. The youngsters go through the diary and the exercise becomes instrumental in their journey of self-discovery. The foursome gets an insight to the unfathomable depths of their minds. But every class is followed by a test, isn’t it? Now they have to face the test of delivering a world-class performance while enacting the final scene. Watch the foursome give the spiritual test of their lives all while enacting the final scene of the play. The title of the movie stands justified as the quartet’s spiritual identities mingle with that of Heydon’s.
Hyeon’s Quartet (2016)
Relationships are unpredictable. Sometimes we hit it off in an instant; sometimes it takes years to become comfortable with someone. They seem to be a confused lot. They mistake friendship for love, love for lust and the labyrinth never ends. The story of our movie is also woven into the fabric of turbulent modern times when the essence of true love has been forgotten and all we can see is the motive behind every companionship. Seo-yang is a young woman caught in the web of torrid relationships. First, she commits the folly of indulging in an affair with a boy twenty years younger to her. She gets involved with the son of her high school friend and the relationship turns out to be an extremely passionate one. Simultaneously, she is having a tough time coming to terms with her relationship with her friend. The friend’s better half also acts in a suspicious way. As she tries to explore the reasons for his suspicious behavior, many new revelations come to light. What follows is a spate of confusion and turmoil and in the already chaotic life of Seo. Watch the drama unfold as the true picture and the reality of the characters emerges.
An Affair 2: My Friend’s Step Mother – Director’s Cut (2017)
Delve into the sea of relationships. Gone are the days when the relationships were simple, straight and scrupulous. The modern era relationships have only one basis: motive. Even the parent-child relationship is not devoid of self-interest these days. The human bindings have become so twisted in the recent times that it becomes impossible to decipher that which relationship is for our good and which spells doom for us. Mother’s taste is a movie which has its roots in Korea. Things seem normal in the beginning but soon the woman finds herself attracted to the son. As the film progresses, the situations become complex and the relationships suffer as new developments crop up. The movie meanders through the untraveled routes and unpredictable situations. Ultimately the three people entangled in the web of turbulent relationships realize the futility of putting up an act. The Korean movie has been praised at length for its modern theme and sensitive portrayal of a controversial relationship. It furthers the belief that it is impossible to control the feelings people have for each other and every relationship can’t be typified according to the societal norms.
Mother’s Taste (Movie – 2017)
Cameron Post sometime in 1990’s is captured, sitting in the back seat of a car with one of her besties who was found making l***, now labelled as Lesbians. Cameron’s aunt sends Cameron to a distant place to get her treated, the place is God’s Promise, where she is forced to attend therapies relating to gay’s.
Cameron is seen as a young high school girl, she has to struggle with same-sex attraction, after reaching her treatment centre. She has to follow weird disciplines, uncertain de gaying methods, in spite of all these awkward things, she likes it for the fact that she gets to bond with other people, of her taste. This is the first time that she doesn’t feel out of place and thanks her aunt for sending her here.
The flick is directed under Desiree Akhavan, a novel of the same name is also released in 2012, penned by Emily M Danforth. The flick stars Melanie Ehrlich, Quinn Shephard, Chloë Grace Moretz, John Gallagher, Emily Skeggs, Sasha Lane, Jennifer Ehle.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018)
Death is the inevitable truth we have to face someday. But for those who meet an untimely end, there is a lot more despair and solitude than the ones who pass away after living a full life.The man loses his life in a car crash. Subsequently, his wife covers him in a white shroud. Thereon, he roams about as a ghost and ventures out from the hospital to his home, where he and his wife had promised to be together for life, come what may. He keeps company to his desolate wife who is devastated by his death. His wife cries for an indefinite period, days and nights pass and it seems that has withdrawn into her own shell because of the loss. The ghost can’t bear it any longer when he finds out that she is seeking the affections of another man, and starts wreaking havoc in the house. The episode scares his wife no end and she decides to leave the house. Melancholy once again strikes the ghost and eventually, he learns that no one is unforgettable, people move on with their lives when they lose someone to death, and there is no point in holding on to past relationships when the realms of existence have been differentiated by life and death.
A Ghost Story (2017)
The spectacular film will seriously test your patience, love, and extremes in case you are married or planning to. Haneke’s evolving filmology techniques brought to us an octogenarian couple this time around. It is Georges and Anne, who are both retired music teachers. Their perfect marriage brought them a daughter, who is also involved with music but lives in Britain with her family. But, when Anne suddenly suffers a deliberating stroke, their beautiful relationship is interrupted and their home becomes a second market. However, the manner in which these two ordinary bourgeois types reckon with this predicament, later on, begins to induce a merciless new kind of humanism. Certainly, one where a life lived with love requires an end with a death which is handled with dignity. “Amour” is one of a kind, but not that to be watched on a valentine’s day. It is a genuine test for the married couples, yet a lecturing love story for all who fall in love. It won a number of awards and has been listed as one of the best films of the 21st Century.
Mia Hansen-Løve’s exquisite second feature of the romantic chronicle continues with Camille and Sullivan’s love tale. Intended to sweep you over your feet, “Goodbye First Love’ may be categorized with a number of romantic films, but it is surely worth more. Camille (Lola Créton) is just 15 years old and happens to be passionately and lustfully in love with Sullivan (Sebastian Urzendowsky). The young couple is met with disapproval from both their parents and worst of all, Sullivan isn’t taking Camille along. He will go and then come back to the love of his life after exploring the world. Hansen-Løve’s love taste isn’t the least bit interested in rehashing any familiar tropes. She begins the tale with a blast of unbridled zeal and ends it with a note-perfect needle drop. With her version of romance, you will surely believe that romance is a glimpse of volcanic passion. It comes with pain and a cool experience follows those that taste it. Lastly, it plays a major role in what people finally become. The film generally received favorable reviews and was also selected for the main competition at the Locarno International Film Festival.
Goodbye First Love (2011)
Teenage are the most turbulent period of our lives. The teenagers ride a stormy wave, riding on the surge of hormones and emotional, physical and mental upheavals, and sometimes indulge in actions which are totally unacceptable by the society. ‘Being 17′ is one such tale of two teenagers embroiled in a controversial bullying episode which is a normal phenomenon among the grown-up boys. The film’s cynosure lies on the essence of relationships and adjusting with the ones you don’t like. After all, the perseverance to hold on and patience to deal with all kinds of human behavior is what the relationships are all about, isn’t it? The film depicts the story of a boy, Damien who is bullied by Thomas at school. Damiane’s mother, a doctor, is a sensible and a sensitive woman. But this doesn’t deter Marianne from inviting Thomas to live with them when Thomas’ mother is taken sick .Damien abhors the helping hand that Marianne has extended. He is livid at the thought of Thomas coming to his home as long staying guest. Marianne holds on firmly to her decision as both the young boys continue to be at loggerheads with each other. As the film unfolds, their relationship improves for the better and they soon get used to each other’s company. The film is undoubtedly teaches a lesson or two about the beauty of relationships.
Being 17 (2016)
During 1977, London appears to be a mere town until aliens in a form of sexy teenagers head down for a mission. To head back to the drawing table, Enn (Alex Sharp) is a shy teenager, trying to enjoy life with his fellows. He occasionally sneaks out with his friends for late night punk parties, but one night happens to unfold differently. They meet a group of sexy teenagers who appear anonymous and it’s like they are from another planet. Yes, it’s true; they are aliens from a different planet who have just come to complete a mysterious rite of passage. As Enn and his friends watch these aliens, he is drawn to Zan (Elle Fanning), a beautiful and an intelligent alien. Despite their differences, the two fall in love and begin exploring the world like no other man. However, their love compromises everything that the aliens came to accomplish and at the end of the end, Enn must save Zan from death. John Cameron Mitchell, an acclaimed writer is behind this exotic film.
How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017)
Relationships-that’s what makes or breaks our life isn’t it? We forge many kinds of it, right from our birth to our last day on this Earth. We are loved by our parents and siblings, we grow up and discover the nuances of romantic love and eventually foster a bond with our kids. These relationships make our life beautiful and fulfilling. Along the way, we also find manifestation of love in friendships. The path is not always rosy on this terrain. The stormy adolescent years are catalyzed by the passionate relationships. Experience the aftermath of turbulent companionships .The impact is equally negative when things don’t work out for the sensitive souls torn between adulthood and childhood.
Breathe portrays this juncture in the life of the heroine beautifully. It is based on a novel that goes by the same name. The author of the novel is Anne-Sophie Brasme. Deftly directed by Melanie Laurent, the movie stars Lou de Laage, Claire Keim, Isabelle Carre and Josephine Japy. It found its slot in the prestigious Cannes Film festival in 2014, International critic’s week and Toronto International Film Festival in 2015. It was nominated for Cesar Awards and Lumeires Awards.
Youth is the golden period of life.The innocent childhood transforms into the adulthood characterized by a new awareness of the self, the biological metamorphosis of the body, and the captivating aura of beauty.The perception of sensuousness begins to form and the whole world seems to be engulfed in romance.The young can make or break their life at this threshold of adulthood when the person is confused about whether to bid adieu to childhood or to welcome the promotion to the position of ‘adults’.The sentiments tug at the gentle hearts triggered by the newly developed fascinations and infatuations.The story of the film depicts the whirlpool of emotions which the young go through, and are completely swept away with it without perceiving the right and the wrong.The movie exhibits the story of a young teenager who gets carried away by the lure of lust and luxury and ends up becoming a call girl at the dawn of her adult life.The unsuspecting parents come to know of the double life she is leading.The discovery shatters her parents.The movie proceeds to present the aftermath of the events and her decision to either take up the oft taken path or put an end to it all. Marine Vatch portrays the character of Isabelle with just the right amount of sensuality and sensitivity.If you are looking for sensitive performances and heart-tugging emotions, the movie is just what your eyes are looking for.
Young and beautiful (2013)
This sophisticated film will surely leave you in awe, although controversial to what most of us believe. ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ unveils a romantic relationship between two young ladies with Adèle at the focal point. She has grown up in isolation with a feeling of longingness. When she joins high school, she desires to explore herself as a woman. However, she gets no satisfaction from the men she dates and as a result, she, decides to try something else. Emma is the only possibility and to make things simpler, Emma is a free-spirited lady. Together, their friendship develops into something more that can’t be tamed. This beautiful French story won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. Although generally received positive critics, the sexuality depicted in the film was criticized. Adèle and Emma’s performances were praised in conjunction with the film’s director- Abdellatif Kechiche. It received several nominations and was also termed as one of the best 2013 films. This three-hour movie justifies itself with a devastating love story, yet intriguing in nature.
Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
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A Werewolf Boy (2012)
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ATM: Er Rak Error (2012)
The popular teen drama series is back this season after a long period of the anxious wait by the fans.The series is based on supernatural characters called shadowhunters who are a rare mix of humans and angels.The series is based on the book The Mortal instruments written by Cassandra Clare.The first season enticed it’s audience when it was aired on January 12, 2016.The protagonist of the series is Cary Fray.She grows up believing or rather taking it for granted that she is human,what else is she supposed to think anyway as she appears to be totally ‘human’?On her eighteenth, She further discovers, to her amazement that as an extraordinary being, it’s her job to hunt down humans.The show climbed up the viewership charts right from day one and has one GLAAD award and two teen choice awards to its credit.
Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments Season 3
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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
Matrimony is never easy, especially if the bride and groom are 2 naïve, innocent people. The film is about Edward and Florence who like each other and are united in a matrimonial bond. So what’s the trouble, you would say? Actually, that’s precisely when the trouble starts. A new relationship of course getting comfortable with the physical intimacy that comes with it. As we already know that they are innocent and have never been in a sexual relationship before. To add to their troubles, they come from very strikingly different backgrounds. Their bedroom must be full of joy, humor and the happiness of being with their loved one, but instead, they both carry the societal and familial pressure into it. Of course, they are the personifications of their contrasting backgrounds, so a silent distance and failure to connect is imminent. They are both novice to the idea of handling relationships with dexterity. The parents, the society, the family isn’t helping them either. They themselves have to figure out how to let go and enjoy the new relationship which seems more of a burden to them than joy. Watch them change the course of their relationship gliding from discomfiture to a certain comfort level. A very sensitive topic which has been dealt with equal sensitivity. An engaging attempt on a theme rarely discussed and often dismissed as mere teething troubles in a relationship.