In these four Memorable romantic movies, we see love stories that range from the comically unconventional to the emotionally intense. In “50 First Dates,” a man falls in love with a woman who suffers from short-term memory loss, forcing him to find new ways to make her fall in love with him every day. “Silver Linings Playbook” tells the story of two people who struggle with mental health issues and find comfort in each other. “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” explores the ups and downs of modern relationships. While “Twilight” takes us on a supernatural journey of forbidden love between a human and a vampire.
50 First Dates (2004)
Henry is a veterinarian from Hawaii , and falls in love at first sight with Lucy , a young teacher.
The next day, he meets her again, but she doesn’t remember him because her short-term memory is damaged. Causing her to forget everything that happened during the day while she sleeps.
Each time, therefore, he finds himself having to conquer it from scratch.
Starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore , the film is based on a true story.
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
Pat (Bradley Cooper) suffers from bipolar syndrome and has spent the last eight months in a mental institution.
His parents are entrusted with him after he accepts a plea deal, and they must try to put him back on track and keep him out of trouble.
He will succeed thanks to a girl (Jennifer Lawrence , who won an Oscar for this film) and a dance challenge.
Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
In the movie Crazy, Stupid, Love, the protagonist is married to a woman who has been unfaithful to him. When he discovers her infidelity and she leaves him, he goes through a downward spiral before beginning to recover. The cast includes Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling as a professional seducer, and Emma Stone as the young Hannah. Directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. This romantic comedy is worth watching even if you think it might be just a frivolous film.
It is not a small matter that a woman directed the first chapter of the most hormonal teen saga of all time. The explosive acting duo of Pattinson and Stewart also played a significant role in making the film a sensation among teenagers (and beyond).
Catherine Hardwicke, fresh from the provocative Thirteen (2003), has been able to expertly dose approaches and pauses, immortalizing that suspended moment of every great love story in which everything is about to happen, but hasn’t happened yet.
Certainly Twilight won’t go down in the annals of cinema. But Hardwicke has something to teach about how to make a romantic enactment highly exciting.
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