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The Bounce Back

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The Bounce Back

The Bounce Back is a 2016 American romantic comedy film directed by Youssef Delara and is loosely inspired by The Bounce Back Book by Karen Salmansohn. The film stars Shemar Moore, Nadine Velazquez, Bill Bellamy, Sheryl Underwood and Kali Hawk. Viva Pictures Distribution released the film on December 9, 2016.[1] Plot Matthew Taylor (Shemar Moore), a father, author, and relationship expert is on a book tour promoting his new best-selling book, The Bounce Back. He has everything figured out until he meets the acerbic Kristin Peralta (Nadine Velazquez), a talk show circuit therapist who is convinced that he is nothing but a charlatan. Matthew's life is turned upside down when he inadvertently falls for Kristin and has to face the painful truth of his past relationship. Cast Shemar Moore as Matthew Taylor Nadine Velazquez as Kristin Peralta Bill Bellamy as Terry Twist Sheryl Underwood as Nina Kali Hawk as Jessica Williams Matthew Willig as Vladamir Michael Beach as George Vanessa Bell Calloway

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The Wedding Date

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The Wedding Date

The Wedding Date is a 2005 American romantic comedy film directed by Clare Kilner and starring Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney, and Amy Adams. Based on the novel Asking for Trouble by Elizabeth Young, the film is about a single woman who hires a male escort to pose as her boyfriend at her sister's wedding in order to dupe her ex-fiancé, who dumped her a few years prior. The release was successful, achieving $47 million worldwide at the box office against a budget of $15 million, despite being panned by critics. It was remade in Bollywood as Aap Ki Khatir which also performed well at the box office. Plot Kat Ellis (Debra Messing) is a single New Yorker who returns to her parents' house in London to be the maid of honor at her younger half sister Amy's (Amy Adams) wedding. The best man is none other than her former fiancé, who unexpectedly dumped her two years ago. Anxious about confronting him and eager to impress him, she hires suave escort Nick Mercer (Dermot Mulroney) to pose as her boyfriend. Kat intends

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The Mountain Between Us (film)

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The Mountain Between Us (film)

The Mountain Between Us is a 2017 American drama film[3] directed by Hany Abu-Assad and written by Chris Weitz and J. Mills Goodloe, based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Charles Martin.[4][5] It stars Idris Elba and Kate Winslet as a surgeon and a journalist, respectively, who survive a plane crash, with a dog, and are stranded in High Uintas Wilderness with injuries and harsh weather conditions.[6] The film premiered on September 9, 2017, at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, and was theatrically released in the United States on October 6, 2017, by 20th Century Fox.[7] Plot After their flight is cancelled due to stormy weather, neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Bass (Idris Elba) and photojournalist Alex Martin (Kate Winslet) hire private pilot Walter (Beau Bridges) to get them to Denver for connecting flights to Alex's wedding in New York and Ben's emergency surgery appointment in Baltimore. Walter, who has not filed a flight plan, suffers a fatal stroke mid-flight, and the plane crashes on a mountain

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Sophie and the Rising Sun (film)

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Sophie and the Rising Sun (film)

Sophie and the Rising Sun is a 2016 American drama film written and directed by Maggie Greenwald. It is based on the 2001 novel Sophie and the Rising Sun by Augusta Trobaugh. The film stars Julianne Nicholson, Takashi Yamaguchi, Margo Martindale, Diane Ladd, Lorraine Toussaint and Karen Wheeling Reynolds. It was released in theaters on January 25, 2017 by Monterey Media.[3][4][5] Plot Set in the autumn of 1941 in Salty Creek, a willowy fishing village in South Carolina, the film tells the compelling story of two interracial lovers, Sophie, an artist who also fishes and sells crabs to the townsfolk, the other an Asian gentleman, swept up in the tides of history. As World War II rages in Europe, Mr. Ohta, appears in the town badly beaten and under mysterious circumstances. Sophie, a native of Salty Creek, quickly becomes transfixed by Mr. Ohta and a friendship born of their mutual love of art blossoms into a delicate and forbidden courtship. As their secret relationship evolves the war escalates tragically. A

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To All the Boys I've Loved Before (film)

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To All the Boys I've Loved Before (film)

To All the Boys I've Loved Before is a 2018 American teen romance film directed by Susan Johnson and starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Madeleine Arthur, Emilija Baranac, Israel Broussard and John Corbett. Based on Jenny Han's 2014 novel of the same name, it was released by Netflix on August 17, 2018. It is the first installment in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before film series and followed by two sequels, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean, with the first released on February 12, 2020.[1] Plot High school junior Lara Jean Covey writes letters to boys she feels an intense passion for before locking the letters away in her closet. Her latest letter is to her childhood friend Josh, who is dating her older sister Margot. When Margot moves to college, she breaks up with Josh. Lara Jean has always had a crush on Josh and has to decide if it would be okay to date him. One night, while hanging out with her little sister, Ki

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Nappily Ever After

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Nappily Ever After

Nappily Ever After is a 2018 American romantic comedy film directed by Haifaa al-Mansour and written by Adam Brooks and Cee Marcellus. It is based on the novel of the same name by Trisha R. Thomas. The film stars Sanaa Lathan, Ernie Hudson, Lyriq Bent, Lynn Whitfield, Ricky Whittle, and Camille Guaty. The film was released on September 21, 2018, by Netflix. Plot A young, black woman, Violet (Sanaa Lathan), has a seemingly perfect life: she is successful in her job as an advertising executive, has been with her boyfriend Clint (Ricky Whittle), a doctor, for two years, and has perfect long straight hair, despite the effort it takes to maintain. Violet shares a close relationship with her mother, Pauletta (Lynn Whitfield), who has always attempted to keep Violet the vision of perfection. She and Violet's father (Ernie Hudson) recently became estranged after he quit his job to pursue modeling. Violet expects Clint to propose on her birthday, and after getting sprayed by the neighbor's hose, visits a salon to

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Black Arrow (1985 film)

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Black Arrow (1985 film)

Black Arrow is a Disney made-for-television romantic adventure film filmed in 1984 and released in 1985, based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses. It was a Panatlantic Pictures release directed by John Hough, who had directed a filmatisation of another Stevenson novel, Treasure Island, in 1972. It was released on 6 January 1985, for broadcast on The Disney Channel and distribution on Disney Home Video VHS. Plot During the Wars of the Roses (1455-1487), Sir Daniel is a powerful, unscrupulous knight, surrounded by equally treacherous retainers, Oates, Sykes, Appleyard, and Scar. Since the white rose of the House of York is in the ascendant, Sir Daniel and his household are loyal to York and the white rose. The film takes place just before Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick's rebellion against Edward IV (1469–1471). Some twelve years prior to this Daniel, Oates, Sykes, and Appleyard perjured themselves to attaint a nobleman, who later would go by the name of "B

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The Sun Will Never Set

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The Sun Will Never Set

The Sun Will Never Set or Don't Set the Sun Off (Arabic: لا تطفئ الشمس‎, translit. La Tutf'e al-Shams) is a 1961 Egyptian romance film. Directed by the Egyptian film director Salah Abu Seif, this film is based on a novel with the same name written by the Egyptian novelist Ihsan Abdel Quddous in 1960[1] and co-written by Helmy Halim.[2] The film was presented in the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 1962 and was selected as one of the best 150 Egyptian film productions in 1996.[3] The film starred Faten Hamama, Imad Hamdi, Nadia Lutfi, Ahmed Ramzy, Shukry Sarhan and Layla Taher. Plot An aristocratic family is torn down after the death of its patriarch. He leaves alone his widow wife and five of his daughters and sons. His eldest son, Ahmed (Shukry Sarhan), takes the role of the man in the house and helps his mother take care of his brother and sisters. Mamdouh (Ahmed Ramzy), his brother, is a self-centered man who refuses to follow his brother's step and decides to make his own decisions in his lif

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The Barred Road

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The Barred Road

The Barred Road (Egyptian Arabic: الطريق المسدود‎, translit. Al-Tareeq al-Masdood) is a 1958 Egyptian drama/romance film. Directed by the Egyptian film director Salah Abu Seif, this film is based on a novel with the same name written by the Egyptian novelist Ihsan Abdel Quddous.[1] The film was co-written by El Sayed Bedeir and the Nobel Prize-winning writer Naguib Mahfouz. It starred Faten Hamama and Ahmed Mazhar. The film received an award from the Egyptian Catholic Center for Cinema and was selected one of the top 150 films in Egypt in 1996.[2] Plot Faten Hamama plays Fayza, a young student who lives with her family after the death of her father. Left with no money, her mother (Zouzou Mady) is forced to turn her house into an illegal gambling house. Fayza opposes her mother's solution. Munir (Ahmed Mazhar) is a writer who meets Fayza and falls in love with her but she rejects him. Fayza decides to leave to the countryside where she works as a teacher in a small school. Fayza gets into trouble in the sch

Films based on Egyptian novels

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Sleepless (1957 film)

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Sleepless (1957 film)

Sleepless (Egyptian Arabic: لا أنام‎, translit. La Anam) is a 1957 Egyptian melodrama film. The film follows the intricate story of Nadia Lutfi, a daughter of divorced parents who suffers from Electra complex, which drives her to intervene in her father's relationships.[1] Directed by the Egyptian film director Salah Abu Seif, this film is based on a novel with the same name written by the Egyptian novelist Ihsan Abdel Quddous.[2] The film, which is currently ranked the 29th best Egyptian film by the cinema committee of the Supreme Council of Culture in Cairo,[3][4] starred Faten Hamama and Yehia Chahine, along with five other prominent Egyptian actors. It was released on DVD as part of the Egyptian Cinema Classics film collection.[5] La Anam is one of the ten first Egyptian colored films.[6] Plot Faten Hamama plays Nadia Lutfi, a young woman who belongs to an aristocratic, upper-class family. After her parents divorce each other, her father wins custody of her. She lives with her father (Yehia Chahine) an

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That Night

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That Night

That Night is a 1992 American coming-of-age romantic drama film written and directed by Craig Bolotin and starring C. Thomas Howell and Juliette Lewis. It is based on the 1987 novel of the same name by Alice McDermott.[1] This film marks the film debut of both Eliza Dushku and Katherine Heigl. Plot In 1961 Long Island, Alice Bloom (Eliza Dushku) is a ten-year-old girl who is trying to understand how love works. She is infatuated with the girl across the street, 17-year-old Sheryl O' Connor (Juliette Lewis). She often looks at her from her bedroom window. Alice starts to copy every detail about Sheryl, including her perfume and even the record she listens to. She admires the affection that Sheryl's father gives her, as she doesn't receive the same from her own father. She then tells her mother about how amazing Sheryl is but Alice's mother pays little attention. One day she goes bowling with some of her friends and is ridiculed by them. Reeling from comments made to her, she immediately becomes excited whe

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The Princess Bride (film)

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The Princess Bride (film)

The Princess Bride is a 1987 American fantasy adventure comedy film directed and co-produced by Rob Reiner, starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Wallace Shawn, André the Giant, and Christopher Guest. Adapted by William Goldman from his 1973 novel The Princess Bride, it tells the story of a farmhand named Westley, accompanied by companions befriended along the way, who must rescue his true love Princess Buttercup from the odious Prince Humperdinck. The film essentially preserves the novel's narrative style by presenting the story as a book being read by a grandfather (Peter Falk) to his sick grandson (Fred Savage). The film was first released in the United States on September 25, 1987,[1] and was well-received by critics at the time, but was only a modest box office success. Over time, particularly with the introduction of the Internet, the film has become a cult classic. The film is number 50 on the Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies", number 88 on The American Film Institute's (AFI)

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Janumada Jodi

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Janumada Jodi

Janumada Jodi (Kannada: ಜನುಮದ ಜೋಡಿ) is a 1996 Indian Kannada film directed by T. S. Nagabharana, based on the Gujarati novel Malela Jeev by Pannalal Patel, starring Shivarajkumar and Shilpa in the lead roles. The story deals with the caste system. Cast Shiva Rajkumar as Krishna Chippy as Kanaka Enagi Balappa as swamiji Pavitra Lokesh as mani Rajeev as singarigowda Mukhyamantri Chandru as Tammadi Honnavalli Krishna Karibasavaiah Mandya Ramesh Arun sagar krishnegowda Ashok Prakash shenoy Radha ramachandra Jyothi Gurucharan Shani mahadevappa Production Popular Malayalam actress Chippy made her Kannada debut with the film. B. C. Gowrishankar picturised the song "Mani Mani" in the sunset for nine days as the sunset lasts for only a few minutes.[1] Stage actor Mandya Ramesh made his acting debut with this film.[2][3] Awards 44th Filmfare Awards South Best Film Best Director Best Actress Best Music Director Karnataka State Film Awards Special Jury Award Best Actress Award Best M

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Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

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Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (English: I Have Given My Heart Away, Darling) is a 1999 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. It was released internationally as Straight From the Heart.[3] The film stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in lead role playing a role of a young girl Nandini. The film also stars Salman Khan and Ajay Devgn The film has been described as a loose adaptation of Maitreyi Devi's Bengali novel Na Hanyate and is based on a love triangle[4] although the film does not give credit to it. The theme is based on Rashtriyashayar Jhaverchand Meghani's play "Shetal ne Kathe". Sanjay Leela Bhansali is a huge fan of Meghani and he acknowledged it many interviews. It was filmed throughout the Gujarat-Rajasthan border region, in addition to Budapest, Hungary, which was used to represent Italy. The film was premiered in the Indian Panorama section at the 1999 International Film Festival of India.[5] It was remade in Bengali as Neel Akasher Chandni in 2009, with Jeet reprising Sa

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Blood & Chocolate (film)

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Blood & Chocolate (film)

Blood & Chocolate is a 2007 fantasy-horror film directed by Katja von Garnier. It was written by Ehren Kruger and Christopher B. Landon and is loosely based on Annette Curtis Klause's 1997 young adult novel of the same name. An international co-production between the United States, Germany, Romania, and the United Kingdom, Blood & Chocolate was both a commercial[3] and critical failure.[4] Plot Vivian (Agnes Bruckner) is a 19-year-old werewolf born in Bucharest, Romania to Romanian parents, who later emigrated to America. When Vivian was nine years old, her parents and two siblings are murdered by two hunters who then burn down their family house. Orphaned, Vivian moves back to Bucharest to live with her aunt, Astrid who also owns a chocolate store in Bucharest, Romania (Katja Riemann). Astrid is the former mate of the werewolf pack's leader, Gabriel (Olivier Martinez). To Astrid's distress, Gabriel leaves her after seven years to choose a new mate, in accordance with pack law but once in a whil

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Centre of My World (film)

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Centre of My World (film)

Center of My World (German: Die Mitte der Welt) is a 2016 German coming-of-age romantic drama film directed by Jakob M. Erwa, based on the 1998 bestselling novel The Center of the World by Andreas Steinhöfel.[1] Plot The 17-year-old Phil comes back from a summer camp and returns to the old mansion 'Visible' where he lives with his mother, Glass, and his twin sister, Dianne. They barely have contact with the other citizens of this village, who consider Phil's family to be strange - Dianne is said to be able to talk with animals. However, they are often visited by Tereza, a lawyer, who always has some good advice for Phil. Phil does notice that something has changed between his mother and his sister and that they do not talk to each other anymore. He spends the last days of his summer holidays with his best friend Kat. When school begins, the mysterious Nicholas enters the class. Phil feels drawn to him and they soon engage in a passionate love affair, even though it turns Phil's feelings upside down because

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Random Hearts

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Random Hearts

Random Hearts is a 1999 American romantic drama film directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas. Based on the 1984 novel of the same name by Warren Adler, the film is about a police officer and a Congresswoman who discover that their spouses were having an affair prior to being killed in an air disaster. Plot Sergeant William "Dutch" Van Den Broeck (Harrison Ford) is a police sergeant in the internal affairs department of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, working on a case involving a crooked detective. He is married to a fashion editor. Kay Chandler (Kristin Scott Thomas) is a Congresswoman running for re-election. She is married to a lawyer and has a teenage daughter. A plane bound for Miami crashes, and everyone on board is killed. Dutch realizes that his wife was on the plane, but the airline has no record of her. He believes that she was registered under another name and was having an affair, and he finds out that she was sitting next to Kay's husb

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The Prince of Tides

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The Prince of Tides

The Prince of Tides is a 1991 American romantic drama film based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Pat Conroy; the film stars Barbra Streisand and Nick Nolte. It tells the story of the narrator's struggle to overcome the psychological damage inflicted by his dysfunctional childhood in South Carolina. Streisand directed and produced the film in addition to starring in it. Conroy and Becky Johnston adapted the screenplay.[2] The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, but did not receive any. Plot Tom Wingo, a teacher and football coach from South Carolina, is asked by his mother, Lila, to travel to New York City to help his twin sister's psychiatrist, Susan Lowenstein, after his sister Savannah's latest suicide attempt. Tom hates New York but reluctantly accepts, largely to take the opportunity to be alone and away from a life that does not satisfy him. During his initial meetings with Lowenstein, Tom is reluctant to disclose many details of their dysfunctional family's secr

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Stanley & Iris

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Stanley & Iris

Stanley & Iris is a 1990 American romantic drama film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Jane Fonda and Robert De Niro. The screenplay by Harriet Frank, Jr. and Irving Ravetch is loosely based on the novel Union Street by Pat Barker. The original music score is composed by John Williams and the cinematography is by Donald McAlpine. The film was marketed with the tagline "Some people need love spelled out for them." It was the final film for Ritt, Frank and Ravetch, as Ritt died ten months after the film's release, while Ravetch and Frank died respectively in 2010 and 2020. It was also the last film Fonda would appear in until 2005's Monster-in-Law. Plot Iris King, a widow still grieving 8 months after the loss of her husband, works in a baking factory in Connecticut and lives in a high-crime area. She lives from paycheck to paycheck as she raises her two children, Kelly and Richard. Also staying with her are her sister Sharon and Sharon's abusive husband Joe, both unemployed. With money already tigh

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Topper (film)

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Topper (film)

Topper is a 1937 American supernatural comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod, starring Constance Bennett and Cary Grant and featuring Roland Young. It tells the story of a stuffy, stuck-in-his-ways man who is haunted by the ghosts of a fun-loving married couple. The film was adapted by Eric Hatch, Jack Jevne and Eddie Moran from the novel by Thorne Smith. It was produced by Hal Roach and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The supporting cast includes Billie Burke and Eugene Pallette. Topper was a huge hit with film audiences in the summer of 1937. Topper was the first black-and-white film to be digitally colorized, re-released in 1985 by Hal Roach Studios.[2] Plot George and Marion Kerby are as rich as they are irresponsible. When George wrecks their classy sports car, they wake up from the accident as ghosts. Realizing they aren’t in heaven or hell because they’ve never been responsible enough to do good deeds or bad ones, they decide that freeing their old friend Cosmo Topper from his regimented lif

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With This Ring (2015 film)

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With This Ring (2015 film)

With This Ring is an American romantic comedy drama television film that aired on Lifetime in 2015. Written and directed by Nzingha Stewart, it stars Regina Hall, Jill Scott and Eve.[1] Stewart adapted the script from the 2006 novel The Vow by Denene Millner, Angela Burt-Murray and Mitzi Miller.[2] Plot Trista, a career-driven talent agent, has not gotten over her commitment-phobic ex; gossip columnist Viviane is still in love with the father of her son; and struggling actress Amaya will do anything to sabotage the marriage of her boyfriend. The three friends decide to make a vow to get married within a year after attending the wedding of their best friend. Cast Regina Hall as Trista Miller Jill Scott as Viviane Rhimes Eve as Amaya Brooklyn Sudano as Elise Johnson Stephen Bishop as Nate Adamson Jason George as Shawn Harold House Moore as Terrance Robb Deion Sanders as Keith Brian White as Damon John Lawrence Long as Cory Aswan Harris as Jeffery Kyle Carthens as William Branford Johnson

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He's a Dragon

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He's a Dragon

I Am Dragon (Russian: Он – дракон, romanized: On – drakón, also known as He's a Dragon) is a 2015 Russian 3D romantic fantasy adventure film directed by Indar Dzhendubaev and produced by Timur Bekmambetov's company Bazelevs, starring Maria Poezzhaeva and Matvey Lykov.[1][3] The film is loosely based on Marina and Sergey Dyachenko's fantasy novel The Ritual. The plot of the film is about Princess Miroslava becoming kidnapped by a dragon and carried away into his castle on a remote island. Mira is forced to leave everything behind, including her relatives. Now she is held captive by a mysterious young man named Arman, but she does not know who he is and what is he doing on the island. I Am Dragon was released in Russia by Bazelevs Film Company on December 3, 2015 in RealD 3D.[3] Plot Princess Miroslava (Maria Poezzhaeva), called Mira is betrothed to Igor. Her father and sister, Yaroslava think she's immature because she still likes fairy tales and playing with toys. According to an ancient custom, Mira is p

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Tess (1979 film)

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Tess (1979 film)

Tess is a 1979 drama film directed by Roman Polanski and starring Nastassja Kinski, Peter Firth, and Leigh Lawson. It is an adaptation of Thomas Hardy's 1891 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles.[1] The screenplay was written by Gérard Brach, John Brownjohn, and Roman Polanski. The film received positive critical reviews upon release and was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, winning three for Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design. Plot The story takes place in Thomas Hardy's Wessex during the Victorian period. The events of the story are set in motion when a clergyman, Parson Tringham, has a chance conversation with John Durbeyfield, a simple farmer. Tringham is a local historian, and in the course of his research he has discovered the "Durbeyfields" are descended from the d'Urbervilles, a noble family whose lineage extends to the time of William the Conqueror. The family lost its land and prestige when the male heirs died out. The parson thinks Durbeyfield migh

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Fifty Shades of Grey (film)

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Fifty Shades of Grey (film)

Fifty Shades of Grey is a 2015 American erotic romantic drama film directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, with a screenplay by Kelly Marcel. The film is based on E. L. James’ 2011 novel of the same name and stars Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, a college graduate who begins a sadomasochistic relationship with young business magnate Christian Grey, played by Jamie Dornan. The film premiered at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on February 11, 2015 and was released on February 13, 2015, by Universal Pictures and Focus Features.[4][5] Despite receiving generally negative reviews, it was an immediate box office success, breaking numerous box office records and earning over US$570 million worldwide. The film was the most awarded at the 36th Golden Raspberry Awards, winning five of six nominations, including Worst Picture (tied with Fantastic Four) and both leading roles. In contrast, Ellie Goulding's single "Love Me like You Do" was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. It is the f

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Vampire Academy (film)

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Vampire Academy (film)

Vampire Academy (also known as Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters) is a 2014 fantasy comedy horror film directed by Mark Waters and scripted by Daniel Waters, based on Richelle Mead's best-selling 2007 novel of the same name. The film stars Zoey Deutch, Danila Kozlovsky, Lucy Fry, and Dominic Sherwood in lead roles. It was released in North America on February 7, 2014, and globally between March and July of the same year. It was distributed in the United States by The Weinstein Company.[4] The film was a failure critically and financially, grossing only $15.4 million worldwide against a $30 million budget, making the film a box office flop. Plot Rose Hathaway, a seventeen-year-old Dhampir (half-human, half-vampire) guardian-in-training, and her best friend, Moroi (the peaceful, mortal vampires) princess Lissa Dragomir, are living discreetly, having escaped from the St. Vladimir's Academy boarding school one year prior. They are soon dragged back to the Academy in Montana and rediscover the dangerous hierarchy

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Tell It to the Bees

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Tell It to the Bees

Tell It to the Bees is 2018 British drama film directed by Annabel Jankel and starring Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger. The screenplay by Henrietta and Jessica Ashworth[1] is based on the 2009 novel of the same name by Fiona Shaw.[2] The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as a Special Presentation on 9 September 2018.[3][4][5] Tell It to the Bees opened in limited release in the United States on 3 May 2019.[6] It was released theatrically in the United Kingdom on 26 July 2019.[7] Plot With her failing marriage and young son, Lydia (Grainger) starts to connect with the town's new doctor Jean (Paquin), who bonds with Lydia's son after he takes an interest in her bee colonies. However, in 1950s rural Scotland, the women's relationship raises questions after the mother and son start to live with her after they get evicted. Cast Anna Paquin as Jean Markham Holliday Grainger as Lydia Weekes Emun Elliott as Robert Weekes Lauren Lyle as Annie Cranmer Gregor Selkirk

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The Claim (2000 film)

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The Claim (2000 film)

The Claim is a 2000 British-Canadian Western romance film directed by Michael Winterbottom and starring Peter Mullan, Wes Bentley, Sarah Polley, Nastassja Kinski and Milla Jovovich.[2] The screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce is loosely based on the novel The Mayor of Casterbridge, by Thomas Hardy. The original music score is composed by Michael Nyman. The film did poorly at the box office and was received as an average film by critics. Plot Daniel Dillon is an Irish immigrant who settles in the high mountains of California during the Gold Rush of 1849. It is now 1867, and Dillon has a vault filled with gold and a town of his own, named Kingdom Come. Dillon owns nearly every business of consequence in the town; if someone digs for gold, rents a hotel room, opens a bank account, or commits a crime, they will have to deal with Dillon. One of the few profitable enterprises in town that Dillon does not own is the saloon/brothel, which is operated by Lucia, his Portuguese lover. Donald Dalglish is a surveyor wit

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Crazy Rich Asians (film)

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Crazy Rich Asians (film)

Crazy Rich Asians is a 2018 American romantic comedy film directed by Jon M. Chu, from a screenplay by Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim, based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan. The film stars Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Gemma Chan, Lisa Lu, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, and Michelle Yeoh. It follows a Chinese-American professor who travels to meet her boyfriend's family and is surprised to discover they are among the richest in Singapore. The film was announced in August 2013 after the rights to the book were purchased. Much of the cast signed on in the spring of 2017, and filming took place from April to June of that year in parts of Malaysia, New York City, and Singapore. It is the first film by a major Hollywood studio to feature a majority cast of Asian descent in a modern setting since The Joy Luck Club in 1993. Despite praise for that, the film did receive some criticism for casting biracial actors over fully ethnically Chinese ones in certain roles. Additional criticisms were directed at the fil

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Austenland (film)

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Austenland (film)

Austenland is a 2013 British-American romantic comedy film directed by Jerusha Hess. Based on Shannon Hale's 2007 novel of the same name and produced by author Stephenie Meyer, it stars Keri Russell as a single thirty-something obsessed with Jane Austen's 1813 novel Pride and Prejudice, who travels to a British resort called Austenland, in which the Austen era is recreated. JJ Feild, Jane Seymour, Bret McKenzie, and Jennifer Coolidge co-star. Plot Jane Hayes, an American woman obsessed with Jane Austen – especially Colin Firth's portrayal of Mr. Darcy in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice – spends her entire savings on a trip to a Jane Austen-themed resort in England. At “Austenland”, guests receive pseudonyms and period costumes, living as ladies of the Regency era. The highlight of the resort is guaranteed romance with the male actors, though no touching is allowed. While Jane can only afford the cheapest "copper" package, the other guests have purchased the most expensive "platinum" option.

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The Bridges of Madison County (film)

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The Bridges of Madison County (film)

The Bridges of Madison County is a 1995 American romantic drama film based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Robert James Waller.[5] It was produced by Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions, and distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment. The film was produced and directed by Clint Eastwood with Kathleen Kennedy as co-producer and the screenplay was adapted by Richard LaGravenese. The film is about an Italian war bride, Francesca (Meryl Streep), who lives with her husband and two children on a farm in Iowa. In 1965, she meets a National Geographic photographer named Robert (Eastwood) and has a four-day extramarital affair with him that changes both of their lives forever. The film earned $182 million worldwide[4] and was well received by critics. Streep received an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination in 1996 for her performance in the film. Plot In the present, adult siblings Michael and Carolyn arrive at the Iowa farmhouse of Francesca Johnson, their recently deceased, elderly mothe

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Crazy Rich Asians (franchise)

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Crazy Rich Asians (franchise)

The Crazy Rich Asians media franchise is a novel and film series created by Singaporean-American author Kevin Kwan. The franchise was established with the publication of the novel Crazy Rich Asians in 2013. The first film, Crazy Rich Asians was released in 2018, as an epochal film, being the first major Hollywood film with a majority ethnic Asian cast telling a contemporary Asian-American story in a quarter century, since 1993's The Joy Luck Club. Novels Crazy Rich Asians (2013 novel) China Rich Girlfriend (2015 novel) Rich People Problems (2017 novel) Films Crazy Rich Asians (2018 film) Ancillary properties Crazy Rich Asians (2018 film soundtrack album) Crazy Rich Asians (2018 film score album) Principal characters Rachel Young nee Chu Nick Young Awards and honors See also Suzie Wong (franchise) References

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Flipped (film)

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Flipped (film)

Flipped is a 2010 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner and based on Wendelin Van Draanen's novel of the same name. Callan McAuliffe plays Bryce and Madeline Carroll plays Juli. Aidan Quinn and Penelope Ann Miller play Juli's parents, Kevin Weisman plays Juli's mentally disabled uncle, and Shane Harper and Michael Bolten play her two brothers. Anthony Edwards and Rebecca De Mornay play Bryce's parents, and John Mahoney, in his last film appearance before his death in 2018, plays his grandfather. The film began a limited release in the United States on August 6, 2010, followed by a wider release on September 10.[3] It received mixed reviews and grossed $4.3 million on a budget of $14 million. Plot In 1957, when second-graders Bryce Loski and Julianna "Juli" Baker first meet, Juli knows it's love, but Bryce isn't so sure and tries to avoid Juli. By the sixth grade, in 1961, Bryce tries to get rid of Juli by dating Sherry Stalls, whom Juli despises. However, Bryce's best friend, Garrett,

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Dil Bechara

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Dil Bechara

Dil Bechara (transl. The helpless heart) is an upcoming Indian 2020 Hindi-language coming-of-age romantic drama film directed by Mukesh Chhabra. Based on John Green's 2012 novel The Fault in Our Stars,[2] the film features Sushant Singh Rajput, debutante Sanjana Sanghi and Saif Ali Khan. Initially named Kizie Aur Manny, filming of Dil Bechara begun in Jamshedpur on 9 July 2018. The film was scheduled for a worldwide theatrical release on 29 November 2019 before getting postponed to 8 May 2020.[3] The music is composed by A. R. Rahman. Cast Sushant Singh Rajput as Manny Sanjana Sanghi as Kizie Saif Ali Khan[4] as Aftab Khan Milind Gunaji Javed Jaffrey Production In October 2017, it was announced that casting director Mukesh Chhabra will make his directorial debut with the remake of The Fault In Our Stars, starring Sushant Singh Rajput.[5] In March 2018, it was announced that A. R. Rahman will compose the film's music.[6] It was followed by the announcement of the lead actress, debutant Sanjana Sang

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I Can't Think Straight

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I Can't Think Straight

I Can't Think Straight is a 2008 British romantic drama film directed by Shamim Sarif. Based on Sarif's 2008 novel of the same name, the film tells the story of a London-based Jordanian of Palestinian descent, Tala, who is preparing for an elaborate wedding when a turn of events causes her to have an affair, and subsequently fall in love, with another woman, Leyla, a British Indian. The film stars Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth. I Can't Think Straight was produced by Enlightenment Productions and distributed in the United States by Regent Releasing and Here! Films.[1][2] It was released in different regions between 2008 and 2009.[3] The DVD was released on 4 May 2009.[4][5] The lead actresses, Ray and Sheth, also starred in Sarif's 2007 lesbian-themed historical drama film The World Unseen. Plot In the upper echelons of traditional Middle Eastern society, wealthy Christian Palestinians Reema and Omar prepare for the marriage of their visiting daughter Tala to Hani in Jordan. But back at work in London, Tala e

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Paul and Virginia (1910 film)

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Paul and Virginia (1910 film)

Paul and Virginia is a 1910 American silent short drama produced by the Thanhouser Company. The film was adapted from Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre' novel Paul et Virginie and features Frank H. Crane and Violet Heming as the title characters. The film follows two young lovers who grew up living on an island in the Indies. When Virginia is 16, her wealthy aunt in Paris offers to make Virginia her heir and educate her. With her mother's pleading, Virginia accepts and goes to France. Her aunt insists that she marry a rich nobleman, but Virginia refuses, is disowned and sent back home. The ship returns home in a hurricane and she drowns, with Paul nearly dying in a vain attempt to save her. Released on November 15, 1910, the film received mixed reviews in trade publications. The film was advertised with Pierre Auguste Cot's The Storm painting, said to have been inspired by the original novel. The title characters' costumes also appear to be based on Cot's painting. The film is presumed lost. Plot Thou

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To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2

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To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2

To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2 is an upcoming American teen romance film directed by Michael Fimognari and starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Emilija Baranac, Jordan Fisher, Ross Butler, and John Corbett. Based on Jenny Han's 2015 novel P.S. I Still Love You, it will be a sequel to the 2018 film To All the Boys I've Loved Before. A sequel based on the third book in the series is currently filming. Cast Lana Condor as Lara Jean Song Covey Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky Jordan Fisher as John Ambrose Janel Parrish as Margot Song Covey Anna Cathcart as Katherine "Kitty" Song Covey Israel Broussard as Josh Trezzo Mahoro as Lucas Madeleine Arthur as Chris Emilija Baranac as Gen Ross Butler as Trevor John Corbett as Dr. Covey Holland Taylor as Stormy Sarayu Blue as Trina Production Development In August 2018, Jenny Han, author of the source novel, said of a film sequel to To All the Boys I've Loved Before, which would adapt Han's second book in the

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Flipped (2010 film)

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Flipped (2010 film)

Flipped is a 2010 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner and based on Wendelin Van Draanen's novel of the same name. Callan McAuliffe plays Bryce and Madeline Carroll plays Juli. Aidan Quinn and Penelope Ann Miller play Juli's parents, Kevin Weisman plays Juli's mentally disabled uncle, and Shane Harper and Michael Bolten play her two brothers. Anthony Edwards and Rebecca De Mornay play Bryce's parents, and John Mahoney, in one of his last film appearances before his death in 2018, plays his grandfather. The film began a limited release in the United States on August 6, 2010, followed by a wider release on September 10.[3] It received mixed reviews and grossed $4.3 million on a budget of $14 million. Plot In 1957, when second-graders Bryce Loski and Julianna "Juli" Baker first meet, Juli knows it's love, but Bryce isn't so sure and tries to avoid Juli. By the sixth grade, in 1961, Bryce tries to get rid of Juli by dating Sherry Stalls, whom Juli despises. However, Bryce's best friend, G

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After (2019 film)

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After (2019 film)

After is a 2019 romantic drama film starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin. It is based on the 2014 new adult fiction novel of the same name written by Anna Todd. The film was released in the United States on April 12, 2019, by Aviron Pictures.[3] It grossed $69.5 million worldwide against a $14 million budget.[4] Plot Freshly graduated, Tessa Young goes to college and moves into her dorm with assistance of her mother and her high school boyfriend, Noah. She meets her roommate, Steph, and her girlfriend, Tristan. Her mother is displeased, thinking that they may be bad influences for Tessa, and demands a room change. However, Tessa assures her that nothing will distract her. The next day is Tessa's first day at college and she befriends a boy named Landon. Tessa meets Hardin Scott in her bedroom, having an embarrassing encounter as she gets out of the shower. Steph invites her to come to a party with her friends, but Tessa declines. The next day, she sees Hardin in a coffee shop along with Mol

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The Last Song (2010 film)

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The Last Song (2010 film)

The Last Song is a 2010 American coming-of-age teen romantic drama film developed alongside Nicholas Sparks' 2009 novel of the same name. The film was directed by Julie Anne Robinson in her feature film directorial debut and co-written by Sparks and Jeff Van Wie. The Last Song stars Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, and Greg Kinnear, and follows a troubled teenager as she reconnects with her estranged father and falls in love during a summer in a quiet Southern United States beach town. Sparks was approached to write both the film's screenplay and the novel. Sparks completed the screenplay in January 2009, prior to the completion of the novel, making The Last Song his first script to be optioned for film. The setting, originally in North Carolina like the novel, relocated to Georgia after the states had campaigned for months to host production. Upon beginning production in Tybee Island, Georgia, and nearby Savannah, The Last Song became the first movie to be both filmed and set in Tybee Island. Filming lasted fro

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Eungyo

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Eungyo

Eungyo (Korean: 은교; RR: Eun-gyo), also called A Muse in some countries, is a 2012 South Korean erotic film adaptation of author Park Bum-shin's novel Eun-gyo.[3] A 70-year-old poet falls in love with a high school girl and is inspired to write a short story about her, but his star student, who is jealous of the relationship, steals his literary work.[4][5][6] Plot Lee Jeok-yo (Park Hae-il) is a respected national poet in his 70s. His thirty-something assistant Seo Ji-woo (Kim Mu-yeol) recently published his first book, described as a genre novel with psychological insight, and it has shot to the top of the bestseller lists. Finding a young high schoolgirl, Eun-gyo (Kim Go-eun), asleep on a chair on his porch, Jeok-yo, instantly enamored, agrees to give her a part-time job cleaning his home. As Jeok-yo spends more time in Eun-gyo's company, long-lost feelings are awakened within him, and her exuberance, sense of fun, and genuine warmth towards him make him see himself as the young man he used to be. His love

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To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

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To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is a 2020 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Michael Fimognari and starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Trezzo Mahoro, Madeleine Arthur, Emilija Baranac, Kelcey Mawema, Jordan Fisher, Ross Butler, Julie Tao, Sarayu Blue, John Corbett, Holland Taylor, and Maddie Ziegler. The film is based on Jenny Han's 2015 novel P.S. I Still Love You. The film is a sequel to To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018), and the second installment in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before film series. The film was released on February 12, 2020 exclusively on Netflix, with a third film titled To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean in post-production.[1] Plot Lara Jean and Peter, now a couple, go on their first date and promise to never break each other's hearts. While their love blossoms, Lara Jean gets a letter from John Ambrose McClaren, one of her previous crushes, in reply to the one that she wrote to him in sixth grade. Wondering if it

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After We Collided

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After We Collided

After We Collided is an upcoming romantic drama film starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, directed by Roger Kumble, and written by Anna Todd and Mario Celaya. It is based on the 2014 new adult fiction novel of the same name written by Anna Todd and is the sequel to the film After. Cast Josephine Langford as Tessa Young Hero Fiennes-Tiffin as Hardin Scott John Jackson Hunter as young Hardin Selma Blair as Carol Young Dylan Sprouse as Trevor Matthews Shane Paul Mcghie as Landon Gibson Candice King as Kimberly Charlie Weber as Christian Vance Max Ragone as Smith Vance Louise Lombard as Trish Daniels Shane Paul McGhie as Landon Gibson Rob Estes as Ken Scott Karimah Westbrook as Karen Scott Khadijha Red Thunder as Steph Jones Inanna Sarkis as Molly Samuels Samuel Larsen as Zed Evans Pia Mia as Tristan Dylan Arnold as Noah Porter Production In May 2019, it was confirmed that a sequel to the film After was planned with Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin rep

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Band of Angels

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Band of Angels

Band of Angels is a 1957 romantic drama film set in the American South before and during the American Civil War, based on the 1955 novel of the same name by Robert Penn Warren. It starred Clark Gable, Yvonne De Carlo and Sidney Poitier. The movie was directed by Raoul Walsh.[2] Plot Clark Gable and Yvonne de Carlo in Band of Angels Amantha Starr (Yvonne De Carlo) is the privileged daughter of a Kentucky plantation owner. However, after he dies, a shocking secret is revealed: Unbeknownst to Amantha, her mother had been one of her father's black slaves. Legally now property, she is taken by a slave trader to New Orleans to be sold. On the riverboat ride there, he makes it clear that he intends to rape her, but desists when she tries to hang herself; as a beautiful, cultured young woman who can pass for white, she is far too valuable to risk losing. Amantha is put up for auction. When she is callously inspected by a coarse potential buyer, she is rescued from further humiliation by Hamish Bond (Clark Gabl

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Priyaragalu

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Priyaragalu

Priyaragalu is 1997 Telugu romantic musical drama film, produced by Sunkara Madhu Murali under the Melody Theaters banner and directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy.[3] It stars Jagapati Babu, Soundarya, Maheswari, Master Anand Vardhan in the lead roles[4] and music composed by M. M. Keeravani.[5][6][7] The film was a remake of Malayalam film, Pappayude Swantham Appoos.[8] Plot Madhu (Jagapathi Babu) is a topmost model who had resorted to his work after being unable to cope up with his wife Priya's (Soundarya) death. During the process, he unintentionally neglects his only son, Kush Lav (Master Ananda Vardhan) and is unable to fulfill anything for him. Meanwhile, Kush Lav becomes friends with a beautiful girl Sneha (Maheshwari), she falls in love with Madhu, but he shows annoyance towards her. Sneha's half-brother Banerjee (Banerjee), who had a land dispute with Madhu realizes that his sister is staying with him, so he forcefully takes her home. Kush Lav becomes disappointed and turns rebellious, which culminate

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Oka Chinna Maata

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Oka Chinna Maata

Oka Chinna Maata (English: One Small Word) is a 1997 Telugu romance film produced by B. Shiva Rama Krishna under the Sri Venkateshwara Art Films banner and directed by Muthyala Subbaiah. It stars Jagapati Babu, Indraja in the lead roles and music composed by Ramani Bharadwaj. The film was recorded as a Super Hit at the box office.[1][2] The story line was inspired by Charana Daasi (1956), which is based on Rabindranath Tagore's novel Noukadubi.[3] Plot A young man meets a beautiful girl on a train; he tells her that he has a twin brother, who the girl later falls in love with. But soon, it is revealed that the man has been acting as his own brother to win the girl's affection. Cast Jagapati Babu as Chandu / Chanti Indraja as Geeta Satyanarayana as Abbayi Rajeev Raj as Rajeev Brahmanandam as vendor Babu Mohan as Murthy Mallikarjuna Rao as Chanchal Rao A.V.S. as Manmadha Rao Chalapathi Rao as Chalapati Rao Suthivelu as Parandamaiah Raghunatha Reddy as Abbayi's brother-in-law Gundu Han

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Angelique and the Sultan

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Angelique and the Sultan

Angelique and the Sultan (French: Angélique et le sultan) is a 1968 historical adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie and starring Michèle Mercier, Robert Hossein and Jean-Claude Pascal. It was made as a co-production between France, Italy and West Germany. It was the last entry in the five film series based on the novels by Anne and Serge Golon. A planned sixth film Angelique the Rebel was announced but never made.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani. It was shot at Cinecittà Studios in Rome. Cast Michèle Mercier as Angélique de Peyrac Robert Hossein as Jeoffrey de Peyrac Jean-Claude Pascal as Osman Ferradji Jacques Santi as Vateville Helmuth Schneider as Colin Paturel Roger Pigaut as Le Marquis d'Escrainville Ettore Manni as Jason Erno Crisa as Turkish Ambassador Bruno Dietrich as Corlano Pasquale Martino as Savary Renato De Carmine as Jason Henri Cogan as Bolbec Aly Ben Ayed as Le sultan Gaby Mesée as Favourite of the Sultan Vilma L

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Marvelous Angelique

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Marvelous Angelique

Marvelous Angelique (French: Merveilleuse Angélique) is a 1965 historical romantic adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie.[2] It is the second film in the Angélique series, based upon the novels by Anne and Serge Golon, and a sequel to Angélique, Marquise des Anges. It was made as a co-production between France, Italy and West Germany.[3] It was made at the Billancourt Studios in Rome and the Cinecitta Studios in Rome. Location shooting took place at Versailles. The sets were designed by the art director René Moulaert. Synopsis After the execution of Jeoffrey de Peyrac, Angélique finds refuge at the Cour des Miracles and the boss Calembredaine; he turns out to be her childhood friend and first love Nicolas. With his help she finds her children. After a fight between two rival gangs, Nicolas is shot and Angélique is arrested and sent to the Châtelet. She asks the captain to let her go rescue her children, he agrees but she has to come back to spend the night with him. Angélique goes to the headquarters

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Untamable Angelique

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Untamable Angelique

Untamable Angelique (French: Indomptable Angélique) is a 1967 historical adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie and starring Michèle Mercier, Robert Hossein and Roger Pigaut. It was made as a co-production between France, Italy and West Germany. It was the fourth in the five film series based on the novels by Anne and Serge Golon.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani. It was shot at Cinecittà Studios in Rome. Synopsis After discovering that her first husband is still alive, Angélique travels to the South of France not knowing that he is now a notorious pirate. Captured by some slave traders she is taken to Crete where she is intended to be sold. Main cast Michèle Mercier as Angélique de Peyrac Robert Hossein as Jeoffrey de Peyrac Roger Pigaut as Le Marquis d'Escrainville Christian Rode as Le Duc de Vivonne Ettore Manni as Jason Bruno Dietrich as Coriano Pasquale Martino as Savary Sieghardt Rupp as Millerand Poldo Bendandi as Angélique's buyer Refer

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Angelique and the King

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Angelique and the King

Angelique and the King (French: Angélique et le Roy), Italian: Angelica alla corte del re) is a 1966 historical adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie. It stars Michèle Mercier.[1] It was made as a co-production between France, Italy and West Germany. It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris. Location shooting took place at Versailles, the Abbey of Fontenay, the Château de Chantilly and Senlis. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani. Plot In the third film of the Angelique series, the title character is sent on a mission by King Louis XIV of France. Later she learns that rumors are spreading that she is the King's mistress. In addition, she learns a secret that a satanic cult are practicing human sacrifices. Cast Michèle Mercier as Angélique de Plessis-Bellière Robert Hossein as Jeoffrey de Peyrac Jean Rochefort as Desgrez Claude Giraud as Philippe de Plessis-Bellières Jacques Toja as Louis XIV Sami Frey as Bachtiary Bey Estella Blain as De Montespan

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To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean

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To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean

To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean is an upcoming American teen romantic comedy film directed by Michael Fimognari and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. The film is based on Jenny Han's 2015 novel Always and Forever, Lara Jean. The film is a sequel to To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020), and the third installment in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before film series. Cast Lana Condor as Lara Jean Song Covey Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky Production Development In August 2019, the was announced to be in development with confirmation that it was already into production. The feature will adapt the author's third novel, with Michael Fimognari once again serving as director, with a script by Katie Lovejoy.[1][2] Filming Principal photography began in Vancouver, British Columbia on July 15, 2019, two months after production on the second film wrapped.[3] References "To All the Boys 3 confirmed by Netflix as second movie gets release date". Digital Spy. Aug 15, 2019. Retr

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