A more realistic relationship has never been portrayed; hard to watch and extraordinarily deep, Blue Valentine shakes the soul.
Led by a spectacular cast and a hilariously relatable script, Crazy, Stupid Love tugs on the heart strings in a way you don't see coming. An agelessly poignant look at what it means to be in love.
Richard Curtis' quintessential outing as a spokesperson for charm, wit and romance. Love Actually is the film you watch when you just wanted to be reminded that we our all in this together.
With Love Actually, Richard Curtis showed the world what he could do. About Time shows him at the height of his game and it's magical.
Looking back on a relationship can be hard; it's not always easy to admit when you were wrong. Sydney Pollack's classic is a tale of lost love that will have you calling your ex and apologizing before the sun rises.
Novelist Nicholas Sparks clearly has an apt proclivity for love. The world-renowned adaptation had everyone—from brick layer to truck driver, reaching for the tissues.
Jane Austen's novel has captivated centuries. The most modern adaptation captivated us.
Jack Nicholson isn't the first name you associate with the term "chick flick." However, this endearing film about an aging womanizer who meets the one women he's been waiting for (in the form of Diane Keaton), is as good as it gets...
In a genre that is often not taken seriously, As Good as it Gets is smart, funny, heartfelt and unique—a expertly crafted exploration of the confusing part of life.
Damien Chazelle is a startling talent; bursting onto the screen with films like Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench and Whiplash, we knew he was aiming to change the musical genre. La La Land, with the help of the dream team that is Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, did just that.
A hopeless romantic comes face to face with the opposite of the—a realist. 500 Days of Summer is a delightful love letter to all those who have ever felt nonsensically smitten (even though smitten and sense don't mix).
Relationships are painful. This film, following people who erase their memories after a breakup, reminds us that pain is a good thing, it means you've lived and have been loved.