The Craft meets The Skulls in this supernatural teen drama: The Covenant is a clumsy attempt at blending the most popular tropes of the YA-genre and pairs sloppy writing with poor acting. But it’s one of those films that is so bad it’s actually really entertaining. Advertisements
If you like films where close friends pine for each other for years before they eventually become lovers, One Day is the perfect pick for you! Based on David Nicholls bestselling novel, this romantic drama tells the story of Dexter and Emma whose lives intersect every year on July 15th, the day they met.
You’re desperate for a romantic drama, but you’ve seen all of them already? Then you might want to give 1 Mile to You a chance. The little known tv movie tells the story of a young man who overcomes tremendous grief by becoming a champion runner. And he might find new love in the process … More 1 Mile to You: There is Power in Your Pain
As soon as I saw the trailer for Fallen, I knew I had to watch this film. There’s just something about angels and demons warring over love that screams epic romance. This fantasy love story has managed to fill the gaping hole that has been left in my heart by the series finale of The … More Fallen: Twilight meets City of Angels
Need an excuse to drink lots of rum cocktails? How about picking Dirty Dancing Havana Nights for your next movie night then? The prequel/sequel to the iconic dance flick features Rogue One rebel Diego Luna as a salsa dancer. Need I say more?
If you’re looking for a fun romance to watch on a date, Last Night is not it. The film is an intimate look at a relationship that is falling apart and how we don’t always marry the person we’re meant to be with.
There are three sides to every story and Ned Benson tells them all in his masterful romantic drama The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. It’s an intimate look at a relationship scarred by tragedy and features captivatingly raw performances by Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy. Brace yourself for heartache!
Snow, dogs and Paul Walker’s handsome face: Eight Below is the perfect film to watch over the winter holidays. Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of an antarctic explorer who is forced to leave behind his team of sled dogs and subsequently tries to get back and rescue them.
Martin Scorsese’s historical adventure Hugo takes all the elements of a modern fairy tale, sprinkles them with a little Dickens and wraps them in some of the most astounding visuals cinema has seen in the last decade.
If you’re feeling festive but have already re-watched all your favourite classics this holiday season, you should give Noël a watch. In a style similar to that of beloved Christmas classic Love, Actually, this understated drama focuses on the serendipitous encounters of five Manhattanites on Christmas Eve…