$20.81M, PG-13 Bethany Brown, PG Stars: $129.80M, PG In a happier film, we might see Tom and Summer meet, fall in love, accept each others' differences and finally be together. Ron Howard | Gross: Nigel Cole | Gross: | Lone Scherfig | Gross: Most romantic comedies tell the story about the couple that's destined to last. Director: Forgetting Sarah Marshall has so much to say about sameness and differences, about the appeal of new and the frustration with old. Paddy Considine, R Comedy, Romance. John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John meets and falls for Claire Cleary. Action, Adventure, Drama. | Gross: Titanic. Centering on a handful of people as they navigate the obstacles currently hindering society: disease, martial law, quarantine, and vigilantes. Rob Lowe, Stars: | Director: Peter Riegert, | Gross: Comedy, Romance. | Topping the list is her desire to lose her virginity. Stars: Stars: Richard Dreyfuss, Amanda Seyfried, Aomi Muyock, Lucy meets George in a Florence pensione and the two share a brief romance before Lucy returns home, where she becomes engaged to Cecil. Frances' best friend Patti (the always welcome Sandra Oh) encourages her to take a trip to Tuscany, where she is reinvigorated by new customs and an affair with a local. Amy Irving, | Garcelle Beauvais, | Diane Lane is perfect in this movie as Frances, a writer who desperately needs to get out of town in an attempt to avoid her ex and his pregnant new wife. The 1989 film was a rare mainstream comedy about an unwed mother (Alley) who was in a relationship with a married man, though she eventually partners up with a taxi driver played by John Travolta. | | Dom DeLuise, Travis Tritt, Votes: Stars: | Director: They’re like going to yoga, but different. Sean Connery, 199,755 111 min 124 min $29.71M, R | Gross: A young artist, searching for his vocation, makes a mannequin so perfect he falls in love with it. Its plot relies completely on the Internet and more specifically, the Internet during that hyper-specific period of time in which adults were cautiously exploring cyberspace (with the help of AOL) and using bizarre email handles not in anyway connected to their real names. 95 min Will Patton, Votes: Director: | Gross: Stars: I was just taking her hand to help her out of a car and I knew.