This movie is full of romance and the two lead actors have an undeniable chemistry. Filmed on the west coast of Ireland, the scenery and cinematography add to the magical beauty of the story. Based on the Irish legend of the selkies and their human counterparts, this is a must-see movie for anyone who loves a good romantic tearjerker.
Based on a true story, a British soldier stranded in enemy territory during WWII falls in love with a local Italian girl. But with the Germans advancing, the war that brought them together could now separate them forever.
Starring: Callum Blue, Barbora Bobulova, Peter Bowles
After the death of his estranged father, a successful attorney (Gary Sinise) returns to his hometown in Maine, where he is confronted by tragic memories and reunited with an old acquaintance (Joely Richardson). (2003)
Forced to choose between her unborn child and the man she loves, a young mother (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) struggles to raise a child with disabilities, learning along the way that she may be single, but she's not alone. (2001)
Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Campbell Scott, Eric Close
Tom Cruise, as Joseph Donnelly, and Nicole Kidman, as Shannon Christie, forge a tight bond in this story of Irish immigrants looking for a better life and a piece of land in the United States in the 1890s.
Starring: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Thomas Gibson
Based on his autobiographical, bestselling novel, writer Mitch Albom (Tuesdays with Morrie) reluctantly agrees to pen the eulogy of his childhood rabbi. Starring Bradley Whitford and Laurence Fishburne. (2011)
Starring: Laurence Fishburne, Martin Landau, Bradley Whitford
Set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a wealthy heiress (Marie Osmond) must decide whether to please her family by marrying the aristocrat chosen for her (James Woods), or sacrifice her fortune by marrying the poor immigrant she loves. Based on the holiday classic by O. Henry. (1978)
Starring: Marie Osmond, Timothy Bottoms, Bethel Leslie
A boy stops talking after losing his mother, and from then on, is perceived as deaf and mute by the whole town. After twenty years, he finds himself the guardian of many secrets...but are some too dangerous to keep? Starring Matthew Modine, James Earl Jones, and Jerry O'Connell. (1997)
Starring: Matthew Modine, James Earl Jones, Claire Bloom
Based on the true story of the troubled, yet enduring love of Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill Wilson and his wife, Lois (Winona Ryder), who co-founded Al-Anon for families of alcoholics in 1951. (2010)
When an aspiring dancer is uprooted mid-semester of her senior year, she finds herself in a new high school, where her heart is divided between two boys, and she has one last shot at making her dream a reality.
Based on a true story, when six soldiers return home from WWII to find their small town overrun with corruption, they realize their fight for freedom is far from over. Starring Tom Sizemore and Kathleen Quinlan.
Starring: Brad Johnson, Kathleen Quinlan, Tom Sizemore
A humorous, touching story of a self-sacrificing matriarch (Blythe Danner) who has an uncharacteristic mid-life crisis, after years of putting her family first, and goes in search of her former self. Also starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda (2004)
Starring: Blythe Danner, Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda
Mathematician Paul Fowler is struggling to solve a complicated math equation. When two young women coax him into taking baking classes, Paul's complications multiply exponentially. Finding himself in a love triangle, Paul soon realizes that matters of the heart are often more complicated than matters of the mind.
Starring: Natasha Allan, Mika Collins, John Gillespie