10 romantic films about the search for love
Sometimes one wants to give up all affairs and worries and embark on a romantic journey in search of positive emotions and love. But, even if everything is fine with your personal life, you can always plunge into the magical world of cinema and watch cult films about couples who are ready to overcome any obstacles in order to get rid of their loner status.
Christmas for Two, 2019
Director: Paul Fig
Starring: Henry Golding, Emilia Clark
Plot: In winter London, a notorious and self-contained girl named Kate works as an elf in a Christmas store and constantly makes the wrong decisions. But her life changes when she meets an attractive man named Tom, who seems too perfect to believe it.
Perfect date, 2019
Director: Christopher Nelson
Starring: Noah Sentineo, Laura Marano, Odiseas Georgiadis, Camila Mendes
Plot: To save for training at Yale University, Brooks creates a mobile application, thanks to which any girl can rent him as a boyfriend for one evening. As he meets different girls, he begins to understand what he really wants from this life.
Pretend to be my wife, 2011
Director: Dennis Dugan
Starring: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman, Nick Swardson
Plot: The main character Danny met Palmer, and, to impress, spoke about his nonexistent wife and the hardships of family life. Instead of the expected sympathy, Palmer wants to meet his wife, and Danny urgently needs to figure out how to get out of such an interesting situation. Fortunately, he has a friend, Catherine, who is charming with children, who will temporarily play the role of his family.
Three meters above the sky, 2010
Director: Fernando Gonzalez Molina
Starring: Mario Casas, Maria Valverde
Plot: Babi is a rich girl who personifies kindness and innocence. Ache is a rebellious boy, impulsive, unconscious, prone to risk and danger. However, they meet, and a relationship is established between them.
How to get married in 3 days, 2009
Director: Anand Tucker
Starring: Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, Adam Scott, John Lithgow
Plot: There is a belief that in English-speaking countries there is a tradition: on February 29 a woman can make an offer to a man, and he has no right to refuse. The main character, performed by Amy Adams, decided to take advantage of this loophole to make her boyfriend marry. But the weather changes her plans, and in order to carry out her plans, she has to resort to the help of a grouchy Irish hotel owner. The girl overcomes the weather and crosses the whole country in time to make an offer to a young man.
27 weddings, 2008
Director: Ann Fletcher
Starring: Katherine Heigl, James Marsden, Edward Burns, Malin Ackerman, Judy Greer
Plot: The main character visited as a bridesmaid at 27 weddings. She dreams of her own wedding, but she has to marry her sister, and the bridegroom turns out to be the object of sympathy for the “professional witness”.
Peter FM, 2006
Director: Oksana Bychkova
Starring: Ekaterina Fedulova, Evgeny Tsyganov, Alexey Barabash, Irina Rakhmanova
Plot: Masha is a DJ on the popular St. Petersburg radio, Maxim is a young architect. Masha is getting ready for the wedding with a former classmate of Kostya, Maxim won the international competition of architects, and now his name is to work in Germany. But both of them are not sure what they need. But a case occurs: Masha loses her mobile phone, and Maxim finds him … What will it result in?
To hell with love, 2003
Director: Peyton Reed
Starring: Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor
Plot: Barbara Novak writes the bestseller “To hell with love!” And invites all women, like men, to pursue a career, to have sex without obligation. Catcher Block is a playboy and don Juan. He decides to teach the feminist a lesson and completely debunk the world she created of women who have refused love.
Director: Peter Chelsom
Starring: John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale
Plot: In the New Year's bustle, they met in a crowd of New York, and they were immediately drawn to each other. However, they decide to check their fate: he writes his phone on a banknote, she is in a book. The bill is exchanged, and the book is handed over to a second-hand book dealer. Jonathan and Sarah are sure they will see each other again soon. But the insidious fate decreed otherwise.
Caution! Doors close, 1997
Director: Peter Howit
Starring: Gwyneth Paltrow, John Hannah, John Lynch
Plot: The film shows two parallel realities in which the same young girl (played by Gwyneth Paltrow) follows two different life scenarios, and the train becomes the only turning point and fork in her life.