Ah, romantic comedies. They can get a bad rep for being cheesy and a little bit predictable, but for many of us, their the movies we turn to when we need a little comfort—or just to feel good. Netflix's newest rom-com Falling Inn Love has swept viewers off their feet with a love story starring newcomer Adam Demos and Christina Milian as an overworked designer who moves across the world to discover herself—and true love in the process. Release date : August 29 Starring: Christina Milian, Adam Demos In this cheesy yet delightful rom-com, Milian who you might recognize from songs like "Dip It Low" or previous romantic comedies like Love Don't Cost a Thing plays Gabriela, a stressed out businesswoman who gives it all up to move to a charming small town after she wins a "Win an Inn" contest.
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Netflix has become a reliable destination for many fine independent films that spent little time in theaters, including a few Netflix productions released directly to the service. Here are 14 from the past few years that are worth discovering. Set in upstate New York, the film tracks the fallout after an idle afternoon of smoking weed — and slashing milk cartons with a samurai sword — leads to an unfortunate mistake. Unfolding over multiple timelines, the story begins with Malek as a bearded mountain man in Montana who hides from the authorities in empty vacation homes during the winter and makes a name for himself as a talk-radio crank. It then flashes back to his previous life as a hotel concierge and family man, whose fragile psyche is cracked by a conspiracy theorist D. Qualls who convinces him that a Y2K phenomenon called the Inversion is imminent.
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Comcast has recently improved their on-demand streaming rental service with better ease of use and an updated selection. Or visit all our Paste Movie Guides. Nancy , the first feature by Christina Choe, quietly suggests that typical signifiers for identity—names and histories—matter less, perhaps, than character. The film, like its protagonist, and like the actress who plays her Andrea Riseborough , is slippery in intention and in meaning. What you take out of it likely equals what you bring into it. Is Nancy, a compulsive liar who concocts fake vacations and fake pregnancies to marry with her many pseudonyms, a victimizer or a victim of her isolated circumstances? Is she just lonely, or is she much worse than that, willfully and remorselessly deceitful?
Please do your research and decide which movies are right for your kids. I have noted the rating beside each movie and listed the PG movies first, then the PG movies. This is the perfect scary movie for tweens! A strange old lady that lives in the woods, fog covered swamps, and a blindfolded girl that appears in mirrors. No blood, no gore, and no cursing, but plenty of chills and thrills. This darkly comedic stop motion film follows Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin king of Halloween, as he tried to take over Christmas. A little bit scary, a little bit quirky, and a lot of fun. Great Halloween movie for teens. Victor and Victoria are engaged to be married, at least until Victor accidentally marries a corpse. The Spiderwick Chronicles rated PG.