We have brought films that heal broken hearts on this list, with works of the genres of romance, comedy and drama that always cherish the full exposure of enjoyable romantic stories. All the works listed are fantastic in their proposals, counting on the most diverse plots and characters, choosing to bring a more optimistic look on the instances that comprise a relationship. Let’s go to the list!
50º – Stepmom (Chris Columbus, 1998)The story follows the nuances between two children and their new stepmother. We will see a whole tangle of situations arising from the troubled relationship between them, also having as an active part of the story the mother of children, a woman contrary to the presence of the stepmother in the lives of their children. ‘Stepmom’ is simple, exposing a plot with the traditional outcomes and clichés. However, the film stands out for the presence of Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon, who give a completely different dynamic to what is proposed.
49º – Big Fish (Tim Burton, 2003)A man tries to investigate the life of his father, an individual who is dying, in order to find out more about the fanciful stories he was telling. Tim Burton brings a film that blends fantasy and reality in a pleasant way. A light film that instils the creative side of his spectator, making him an active part of the story.
48º – People Places Things (Jim Strouse, 2015)A middle-aged man lives a real chaos in his social life, having to deal with a recent divorce, his two small daughters, the emergence of a new novel and his profession. Funny, this film presents in a sincere way the instances that understand everyday life in a traditional contemporary society, using an intelligent humor to give lightness to the compendium of scenes and situations.
47º – The Seven Year Itch (Billy Wilder, 1955)When your family travels, a middle-aged man will have to avoid the charms of his beautiful neighbor and stay true to his marriage. Restricted to a few scenarios, the film will take advantage of the figure of his well-worked script to govern his plot, also using Billy Wilder’s always dynamic direction.
46º – Brooklyn (John Crowley, 2015)Allocated in the 1950s, the film tells the story of a young woman who decides to live in the United States, leaving her country and entering a place completely different from what she was used to. ‘Brooklyn’ is light in her compendium of scenes, working with important concepts of everyday life of the human being assertively.
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