She's been up, she's been down, she's laughed, she's cried, and she believes that true love is possible.
These films deliver all the agony and ecstasy of a passionate relationship, and by the end, when the lovers kiss and the credits roll, the person beside you on the couch has been put through the wringer.
Think “Sweet Home Alabama” meets the Bullock/Bill Paxton-Pullman chestnut “While You Were Sleeping.” We soon find out how vulnerable the tough boss really is (she lost her family years ago) while she falls in love with her assistant — and vice versa — and his family.
Betty White as Grammy is worth her weight in gold as she fishes for Bullock’s breasts inside a blowsy hand-me-down wedding dress.
It's like a "what not to say in an argument" instructional video.
breaks out of the pack as an animation come to life that pokes fun at the typical Disney fare.
Two friends go on a road trip, where they meet a slightly older woman, who schools the kids in passion. Ever have one of those days with someone where you keep having so much fun that breakfast turns into lunch, turns into dinner, turns into midnight?
There’s a reason “Romeo and Juliet” remains the world’s most famous love story: Without the sour, we wouldn’t know sweet.
From director Anne Fletcher (“27 Dresses”) and screenwriter Peter Chiarelli (“And Now You See Me 2”), this gender contest pits a controlling and workaholic Canadian executive (Sandra Bullock) against her handsome, ambitious, super-competent assistant (Ryan Reynolds). S., which throws the fish-out-of-water boss into rural Alaska with her employee’s endearing family.
So, without further ado, here’s a list of our favourite on-screen dates – some are meet cutes, some are breakups, some involve being in love with a phone – for your viewing pleasure. The ‘her’ in question is Theodore’s OS system, ‘Samantha’ (voiced by Scarlett Johansson).
This scene may be about Theo’s ex-wife for the most part, but the pair’s openness (again, this whole film could be viewed as one long affair) is what makes this so intimate. It’s a tie between Samantha writing Theodore a song, and the way he lets Samantha’s camera peep out of his pocket so she can appreciate the view.