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reviewed I Was a Male War Bride. October 13, 2012
I Was a Male War Bride
In post-war Germany, a WAC (Ann Sheridan) and a French Captain (Cary Grant) fight like cats and dogs, quickly marry, and then face endless red tape when he tries to immigrate to the US with his new bride.   …
reviewed Phantom of the Opera (2004 movie). December 27, 2011
Phantom of the Opera (2004 movie)
It is the 1870s, and living beneath a Paris opera house is a mad, disfigured, musical genius known as the Phantom (Gerard Butler). He has been secretly tutoring Christine (Emmy Rossum), an orphaned …
reviewed The Town. March 02, 2011
The Town
Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) and his pals are career criminals. On a bank job, they briefly take a hostage (Rebecca Hall) and soon after, she and Doug begin a romance. Though he dreams of starting a new …
reviewed The Human Stain. September 19, 2010
The Human Stain
Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins) is a highly respected college dean and professor. After an innocent comment is misinterpreted as a racist remark, he is forced to quit his job in disgrace. Coleman …
reviewed Letters to Juliet. September 19, 2010
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Letters to Juliet
Aspiring writer Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) and her fiancé go to Verona for a pre-honeymoon/business trip. He's obsessed with work and leaves poor Sophie to sightsee alone. She visits Juliet's …
reviewed Summertime (1955 movie). September 18, 2010
Summertime
Ohio secretary Jane Hudson (Katharine Hepburn) has saved up for years to visit Venice and it's everything she hoped it would be...exquisitely beautiful and romantic...but lonely. Or so she thinks …
reviewed Did You Hear About the Morgans?. August 25, 2010
Did You Hear About the Morgans?
When New Yorkers Meryl and Paul Morgan see a murder, they're whisked away to rural Wyoming in the witness protection program. The problem is...besides hating country life, they're on the verge …
reviewed Far From the Madding Crowd (movie). August 12, 2010
Far From the Madding Crowd
As the story opens, Miss Bathsheba Everdene (Julie Christie) has just inherited a farm and has decided to run it herself, a very unusual thing in Victorian England. She is being courted by a poor shepherd …
reviewed Remember Me. July 20, 2010
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Remember Me
Two young people with tragic pasts meet and fall in love in New York City. Tyler (Robert Pattinson) is the moody slacker son of a corporate fat cat (Pierce Brosnan) and Ally (Emilie de Raven) is the …
reviewed Educating Rita (movie). June 25, 2010
Educating Rita
Rita White (Julie Walters) is a spunky, 26-year old working class woman who wants to improve her lot. She enrolls in a special Open University class and meets with her tutor, Frank (Michael Caine) once …
reviewed (500) Days of Summer. May 18, 2010
(500) Days of Summer
Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a twenty-something greeting card writer, recalls the 500 days in which he loved a girl named Summer (Zooey Deschanel). Though she made it clear she was a free spirit and didn't …
reviewed Blow Dry. March 13, 2010
Blow Dry
The quaint town of Keighly is the site of the British Hairdressing Championship and the whole town is aflutter with the arrival of the country's top stylists including Ray Robertson (Bill Nighy). His …
reviewed The Proposal. February 17, 2010
The Proposal
Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock), a high-powered and much disliked editor, is facing deportation back to Canada unless she can force her assistant (Ryan Reynolds) to marry her in a hurry. He reluctantly …
reviewed Now, Voyager. February 07, 2010
Now, Voyager
Charlotte Vale (Bette Davis) is a dowdy spinster who has been driven to a nervous breakdown by her tyrannical mother. She enters a sanitarium and emerges an attractive and confident woman, ready to experience …
reviewed Tristan and Isolde (2006). January 31, 2010
Tristan and Isolde (Widescreen Edition) (2006)
It is the Dark Ages; the Romans have left Britain, and the scattered tribes have fallen to the marauding Irish. An orphan boy, Tristan, has been lovingly raised by Lord Marke, who would unite Britain …
reviewed Darling. December 27, 2009
Darling
Diana Scott (Julie Christie) has just made the cover of "Ideal Woman" magazine. In a flashback, she recalls her rise to fame and fortune, beginning as a 20-year old would-be model in swinging-sixties …
reviewed Bride Wars. December 09, 2009
Bride Wars
Liv and Emma (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway) are long-time best friends who dreamed of weddings at New York's Plaza Hotel.  After they both get engaged, they go to an elite …
reviewed Another Country. October 14, 2009
Another Country
As the story opens, a British traitor is talking about the beginnings of his rebellion at a posh public school in the 1930s. In a flashback, we follow classmates Guy and Tommy (Rupert Everett and Colin …
reviewed The Importance of Being Earnest. August 29, 2009
The Importance of Being Earnest
In Victorian England, two young ladies are convinced they can only fall in love with men named "Earnest," so wealthy Jack (Colin Firth) and his scoundrel friend Algernon (Rupert Everett) …
reviewed Princess in Love. August 18, 2009
Princess In Love
The honeymoon is definitely over for Charles and Diana; she's bored, frustrated, and lonely. Then she meets a handsome army captain who becomes her riding instructor and then, her lover. Five years later, …
reviewed Love in the Time of Cholera (movie). May 27, 2009
Love in the Time of Cholera
The story opens in a South American city in the 1800s, where young telegraph operator Florentino (Javier Bardem) sees the lovely Fermina and instantly falls in love. Her father forbids it, the two are …
reviewed St. Elmo's Fire. May 24, 2009
St. Elmo's Fire
Seven recent college graduates begin the transition to adult life in Washington, D.C. They face job challenges and the ups and downs of romance while remaining best friends and partying at St. Elmo's …
reviewed The Painted Veil. April 07, 2009
The Painted Veil
It is the 1920s in England, and Walter (Edward Norton), a shy, bookish doctor marries vivacious Kitty (Naomi Watts) who just wants to get away from her mother. They move to China where Kitty strays with …
reviewed The Illusionist. February 11, 2009
The Illusionist
It is 1900 in Vienna, and the Chief Inspector (Paul Giamatti) is telling the story of a peasant boy who was once the secret playmate and love of little Countess Sophie; they planned to run away together, …
reviewed Cold Mountain. January 02, 2009
Cold Mountain
Ada Monroe (Nicole Kidman) and her preacher father come to live in Cold Mountain, North Carolina, just before the start of the Civil War. She is attracted to the shy, handsome Inman, (Jude Law), and he …
reviewed Summertime (1955 movie). January 02, 2009
Summertime
Ohio secretary Jane Hudson (Katharine Hepburn) has saved up for years to visit Venice and it's everything she hoped it would be...exquisitely beautiful and romantic...but lonely. Or so she thinks on her …
reviewed The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. December 30, 2008
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
At the close of WWI, a baby is born with a decrepit, aged body.   His horrified father abandons him and little Benjamin grows up - and grows younger - in the boarding house of his loving …
reviewed Atonement. December 19, 2008
Atonement
It is 1935, and wealthy Cecilia Tallis (Keira Knightly) loves Robbie (James McAvoy), the housekeeper's son. A scandalous accusation against him by Cecilia's little sister separates the two lovers. And …
reviewed City of Angels (movie). December 19, 2008
City of Angels
An angel of death (Nicolas Cage) falls in love with a surgeon (Meg Ryan) and wishes he were a real man.     I like love stories, but this was just too corny for me. Meg overdoes her …
reviewed The Affair of the Necklace. December 11, 2008
The Affair of the Necklace
The setting is the court of France during the reign of Louis XVI, where Marie Antoinette has just refused to accept a massive diamond necklace (which was originally intended for a rival). Jeanne de Valois, …
reviewed Twilight (movie). December 11, 2008
Twilight (movie)
Bella Swan has just moved to the rainy town of Forks, Washington to finish her junior year of high school. On her first day, she's seated next to a brooding boy named Edward who appears to get sick at …
reviewed Like Water for Chocolate (movie). December 11, 2008
Like Water For Chocolate
The story opens on a Mexican rancho in 1910, as Tita is being born. Her harsh mother proclaims that the child will remain at home all her life and never marry, and Tita is relegated to the kitchen. When …
reviewed Australia (2008). December 11, 2008
Australia poster
 The story opens in 1939, in northern Australia, as Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) arrives from England to sell her huge cattle ranch. The neighboring cattle baron has killed her husband and scared …
reviewed The Ice Storm. November 01, 2008
Ang Lee - Ice Storm
Two neighboring families experience a long and ultimately life-changing Thanksgiving weekend. The story moves from one house to the other where the adults are all bored with their spouses (but not with …
reviewed Iris (movie). November 01, 2008
Iris
Prolific English novelist Iris Murdoch (The Sea, The Sea, Under the Net) was a lover of words and the power of language. She was quite the avant-garde free-thinker as a young professor and the shy, stuttering …
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