Monday, January 26, 2015

VALENTINES 2015 ROMANTIC MOVIES: 'LOVE, ROSIE' WITH LILY COLLINS, SAM CLAFLIN, 'THE REWRITE' WITH HUGH GRANT, MARISA TOMEI, 'ACCIDENTAL LOVE' WITH JESSICA BIEL, JAMES MARSDEN, JAKE GYLLENHAAL

DELIGHTFUL 'LOVE, ROSIE'
 IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO FALL FOR YOUR BEST MATE
If you're in the mood for some love movies this Valentines you will be sad to hear there won't be many of those in cinemas next month, but today we're spotlighting the few of them that are arriving next few weeks!
Opening February 6th is our fave among them, the sweet and delightful romantic story LOVE, ROSIE with adorable tandem Lily Collins and Sam Claflin as two best friends who decide to go to America together to attend University. But fate has other plans for Rosie who discovers that she is pregnant after a crazy night out with the most popular boy in school. She encourages Alex to go without her, hopeful that she’ll catch up with him eventually. Over the next twelve years, their lives change dramatically but the undeniable connection remains. At the back of Rosie’s mind is always the question, what if fortune had taken another turn and they were meant to be more than just good friends. When ultimately presented with the opportunity, will they gamble everything for the chance to be together?


HUGH GRANT'S 'THE REWRITE'
FUNNY COMEDY ABOUT GETTING ON THE SAME PAGE
Another romantic comedy that finally hits theatres next month is Hugh Grant's new movie THE REWRITE premiering February 13th! In 1998, Ray Michaels (Hugh Grant) was on top of the world - a witty, sexy, Englishman in Hollywood who had just won an Academy Award for Best Screenplay. Fifteen years later, he’s creatively washed up, divorced, and broke. With no other options, he takes a job teaching screenwriting at a small college on the East Coast. Although the idea of teaching is less than thrilling, he hopes to make some easy money and enjoy the favours of impressionable young co-eds. What he doesn't expect to find is romance with a single mom (Marisa Tomei) who’s gone back to school.


'ACCIDENTAL LOVE'
 SOMETIMES YOU NAIL LOVE, SOMETIMES IT NAILS YOU
Meanwhile, a bit more bizarre romantic movie is coming out February 10th starring Jake Gyllenhaal, James Marsden, Jessica Biel. Based on the novel 'Sammy's Hill' by Kristin Gore ACCIDENTAL LOVE follows Sammy Joyce, a socially awkward small-town receptionist, who has a nail accidentally shot into her head by a clumsy workman, eliciting wild sexual urges. The uninsured Joyce goes on a crusade to Washington to fight for the rights of the bizarrely injured. She meets an immoral congressman (Jake Gyllenhaal) who takes advantage of her sex drive and capitalizes on her crusade as Joyce heads into her own career in politics.

27 comments:

  1. HERE is where I wanted comment OMY sorry Dezzey!
    I said Love Rosie is a movie I would love Im pretty sure Dezzy!!
    hugsss!

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    1. I will love it too, it's my kind of movie and adore both of the actors!

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  2. I'm not much of a fan for the romantic comedies and dramas

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  3. "Accidental Love" actually looks quite funny! Oh, that one socked foot in the air, LOL!

    My Rare One never ever watches any movie more than once but today we are going to see "The Imitation Game" again for the THIRD time. She has, I'm afraid, become a Cumberbitch.

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    1. Oh, another one... I just don't get it what they see in him... he's not pretty, he's not an overly good actor... what is it?

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  4. These all sound great! I'll wait for Netflix. But there should be more romantic movies coming out in theaters for Valentine's Day. It's even on a Saturday this year--people will be looking for things to do!

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    1. It is extremely weird, but whenever I check out the list of films that are coming out February, those are mostly extreme horrors and only two or three romcoms.... It is overly scandalous! Is February so depressing that we need bizarre horrors?

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  5. Guess nobody wanted to compete with 50 Shades next month. Too bad. I love a good romantic movie. Looks like I'll be pulling out my own dvd's next month- The Notebook, Princess Bride, and Ever After will get me in the Valentine spirit :)

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    1. my recommendation for romcoms is SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE with Sean Patrick Flannery and Sarah Michele Gellar... it is an enchanting flick

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    2. I think I saw that one years ago. Was she a chef or something in that movie?

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    3. yes, that one, mixing cooking, love and magic :)

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  6. I pick The Rewrite! I love Marisa Tomei, but maybe I am a little biased since she is another Long Islander.

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  7. Marisa looks great in the that trailer. Hugh, not so much. I hope his character becomes more likable. He kind of reminded me of his role in Music and Lyrics.

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    1. Hugh ain't young any more.. if ever he was.....

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  8. I've got to see the Grant/Tomei film They're both a delight to watch, so together it should be great fun.

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    1. all of you writers will watch that one :)

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  9. The only movie I'm seeing on February 6th is "Jupiter Ascending." Mmhmm looking forward to some Channing Tatum all "aliened" out.

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    1. and Eddie Redmayne and Douglas Booth are in it too :)

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  10. This cowboy is a sucker (read on!) for love stories. I may own them all.... Hello Lily Collins and hello Marisa Tomei. I love the way Marisa says, "A deer?"

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    1. we do ever so love Lily! And Sam too!

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  11. My wife will like that one with Hugh Grant! One of her favorite actors!

    Greetings
    Peter

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)