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A divorced couple journeys to Bali to stop their daughter from getting hitched.
Michelle (Roberts) and Allen (Bracey) have reached the point in their relationship where they are considering next steps. They decide to invite their parents to finally meet and to offer some understanding of why marriage works. Turns out, the parents already know one another quite well, which leads to some differing opinions about the value of marriage.
Somebody I Used to Know follows workaholic Ally (Brie) who, on a trip to her hometown, spends a night reminiscing with her ex-boyfriend Sean (Ellis), which makes her start to question everything about the choices she's made and the person she’s become. And things only get more confusing when she meets Cassidy (Clemons), a younger woman who reminds her of the person she used to be.
Two romantic burnouts meet at a wedding and almost consummate their lust before putting the brakes on. They agree to exchange candid letters about their pasts on the off chance that this might be the real thing.
A L.A. wine-company executive travels to an Australian sheep station where she ends up working as a ranch hand and sparking with a local.
A 19th-century romantic farce about a womanizing aristocrat forced to disguise himself as a woman in order to save the family's inheritance while risking losing the love of his life.
A young Japanese man is obsessed with slender American women, particularly Audrey Hepburn.
Set in a not-so-distant future where clinically assisted suicide has become legal at age 21. A chance encounter in a clinic waiting room leads two lost souls to spend the final 24 hours of their lives together discovering the true meaning of life and death.
Follows Helen Wilson (Burstyn), an independent widow who moves into the Pine Grove Senior Community and discovers it’s just like high school, full of cliques and flirtatious suitors.
An unconventional love story about two men and a woman who becomes pregnant after a night of three-way sex with them.
Cami Conway (Laura Marano) has it all. She’s got the job she wants as a recording engineer and is headed towards engagement, marriage and kids with her wonderful boyfriend, Paul (Scott Michael Foster). And yet, she feels something is missing. Is it just FOMO and the fear of commitment that goes with it? Or is she actually missing out on an even better career, perhaps the long abandoned singing career she once dreamed of? And is Paul the love of her life? What if it’s Rex Galier (Avan Jogia), the sexy British rock star, who walks into her studio and becomes irrepressibly smitten? Or could it be Jack Menna (Jordi Webber), her first love, “the one that got away”, the idealistic world traveler, who returns home and is ready to rekindle their youthful passion? Cami faces a kaleidoscope of tempting but tough choices: from serious ethical dilemmas to the frivolous “Truth or Dare.” What she chooses depends wholly on you, the viewer. But be careful! Things don’t always play out like you think!
A Chicago sportswriter Mack (Rodriguez) has spent years devising successful hook-up “plays” with best friend Adam (Wayans Jr.) and their crew, but when she unexpectedly falls head-over-heels for one of her targets (Ellis), they all must learn what it takes to go from simply scoring to playing for keeps.
Story follows two couples: long-married filmmakers (Richard Gere and Diane Keaton) have cast overemotional actors (Blake Lively and Lin-Manuel Miranda) to portray their younger selves in the story of their great love.
An astronaut and a NASA ground control expert have never met but fall in love over the course of the astronaut's classified mission to an abandoned space station. When things go wrong and the astronaut's ship is destroyed, ground control and the rest of the world presume he's dead — until 18 months pass and they receive word he's alive. Now, the only thing standing between them is a huge expanse of space and a dangerous attempt to get him home.
To avoid being alone over the holidays, a workaholic marketing executive strategically finds a man with a great family on Halloween, dates him through Christmas and breaks up with him on New Year's. But when she starts to fall for her latest target, and his eccentric family, her life is thrown into disarray.
Revolves around struggling artist Fran (Kristy Swanson) who is unhappy with the men in her life. For help, she prays to Greek god Hermes (Kevin Sorbo). Enraptured by her appeal, Hermes enters Fran’s life and sweeps her off her feet. However, Hermes can only stay on earth for two weeks.