The film, based on true events, picked up the Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay trophies at this year's Academy Awards — along with a Best Supporting Actress score for ingenue Lupita Nyong'o. The movie was filled with important lessons about love and life, especially from the resilient Solomon Northup. Here are just a few that we took away.
'American Hustle' — nominated for 10 Academy Awards and voted the #1 date movie of all this year's Best Picture nominees — is also a fascinating study in love and relationships. Here are four profound things this film brought to light about love, life and what we all do to get by.
We’ve seen so much this season on 'Downton Abbey'—heartache, new love, renewed love, lies, honesty, and so many other dramatic turns. But beyond that, we've also learned a thing or two in the romance department courtesy of the Crawleys.
Consider this a tale of what not to do when it comes to matters of the heart.
Potential Oscar nominee 'Inside Llewyn Davis' explores the 1960s NYC folk music scene and the heartache that came along with it.
The marvelous Emma Thompson stars as P.L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins, in 'Saving Mr. Banks'. Add in one Mr. Tom Hanks as Walt Disney and you've got one of the best movies of the year.
If the holidays left you believing that your family is insane, sit down and prepare yourself for a whole new kind of crazy in 'August: Osage County.'
Anyone who's seen films like "Office Space" and "The Devil Wears Prada" knows that bad bosses are a kind of running joke, especially in corporate culture. But those of us who've read books like Lean In and The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People realize that good managers do exist, and we can learn a lot from them—including valuable relationship tips. In honor of Boss's Day, we've identified the top five love lessons everyone can learn from kick-ass managers.
Chemistry can be hard to find, but it can be even harder to learn what chemistry can teach you about love and your relationships.
Now this is the story all about how/Our lives got flipped, turned upside down. And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there/I'll tell you what we learned about love from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air!
Welcome to the first installment of Love & Learn, a new column devoted to lessons of the heart, straight from the stars we love. Here, Gabrielle Reece—U.S. volleyball icon, former model, wife, mother and author of the just-released My Foot Is Too Big For The Glass Slipper—shares a few things she knows about love after 17 years of marriage, three children—and the usual number of arguments.
Before there was internet snark — way back in the dark ages of the '90s — there were Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey. For the uninitiated, Deep Thoughts was a brilliantly satirical Saturday Night Live segment that set wonderfully absurd reflections and non-sequitirs on life and love against a backdrop of babbling brooks and happy little trees. Here are the best pearls of love wisdom we learned from Jack Handey.
It's hard for kids to watch their divorced parents date new people. Even harder: tagging along on their parents' romantic getaway. In this new movie, Pam (Toni Collette) takes her 14-year-old son Duncan (Liam James) to Cape Cod, where they live with Pam's new boyfriend Trent (Steve Carrell). But the "vacation" is anything but relaxing, mainly because of the tension between Trent and Duncan. So here are some takeaways for divorced parents!