With the Academy Awards drawing ever closer, we took a few minutes to round up our favorite Oscar-winning romances. Whether dramatic, comedic or just plain neurotic (we're looking at you, Annie Hall), these are the films that give make us want to turn to that someone special and say, "I love you."
Is there anything quite so romantic as watching an old movie with your sweetie? We don't think so! With that in mind, we've rounded up our top favorite black and white flicks to watch with the one you love.
Being single when everyone is married is hard enough but it gets even harder if your mom is constantly reminded you of this fact. Personal development coach Elisabeth LaMotte reviews "Broken English" starring Parker Posey and explains how it's the best breakup movie you'll ever watch.
Hey fellas! Want some insights into the female mind when it comes to love? Well, get on Netflix, go to the library, find one of the few remaining Blockbusters, whatever you have to do to get your hands on these movies. Each one has been carefully selected because it has some special message or moral about love that everyone should know (and that girls think about a lot).
Marriage is a serious institution, not to be entered into lightly...but that doesn't mean we can't make fun of it from time to time! And who does it better than the celebs in our favorite movies? Check out these hysterical sayings on marriage from films.
Fancy a bit of romance? To get in the spirit of the 2012 Games, transport yourself to this year's Olympic city with love stories set in London.
Secret lesbian love triangles, Hollywood "royal" weddings, and scandalous costar affairs, make the love lives of these past celebrities seem boundlessly more entertaining than today's. Dive into the juicy real romances of the silent film era.
In honor of this year's Sundance Film Festival that just began this week, it's time to explore different movie date night options for you and your honey to warm up to this Winter.
Controversial new movie "Circumstance" explores the lives of lesbians forced to live in the shadows. Omid Memarian talks to women in Iran who say the movie doesn’t do their predicament justice.
With the end of summer comes a new batch of films. Entertainment reporter Sara Edwards tells us her picks to look for at theatres. 9/2: The Debt The espionage thriller boasts a stellar cast. The story centers around retired Mossad secret agents Rachel and Stephan played by Helen Mirren and Tom Wilkenson. They discover they need to settle unfinished business started 30 years earlier while on a secret mission for Israel.