New Movies Tagged with Romance

Man Up0%Man Up
8Our
rating
1:28:00

Storyline:The right life partner lurks sometimes where chance has his hand in the game. Nancy (Lake Bell) is in her mid-thirties and increasingly frustrated by her long-term singularity. So she can not win much joy from the well-meant, but not at all useful love tips of her sister Elaine (Sharon Horgan) and the engagement of her friends. During the celebrations of the latter, she hid much rather depressed in her hotel room to get drunk alone. And the prospect of a family gathering for the upcoming 40th wedding anniversary of their parents does not have a positive effect on their state of mind. On the way there, she meets the charming and divorced Jack (Simon Pegg), who mistook Nancy for his blind date due to a misunderstanding. This is the beginning of a turbulent and unforgettable night.

Aloha0%Aloha
7Our
rating
1:45:00

Storyline:Safety and military advisor Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) has screwed up, but gets a second chance from his old boss Carson Welch (Bill Murray), an enigmatic billionaire. For this new beginning, Brian is to go to Hawaii, where he has achieved his biggest career success and where he should now take over the monitoring of a satellite system - Welch would send from Honolulu from its own satellite into space. But Brian loses sight of his task soon, because not only his old love Tracy (Rachel McAdams), which he almost married 13 years ago, distracts him, he soon has feelings for the pedantic pilot Lisa Ng (Emma Stone) , He was actually put on the side of him as a spokesperson for the Air Force and at first is anything but his type ...

The Longest Ride0%The Longest Ride
8Our
rating
2:03:00

Storyline:Ira Levinson (Alan Alda) is 91 years old, sick and lonely. One day he has a traffic accident in which he suffers severe injuries. Nobody comes to help the old man who can not get out of the vehicle. He hallucinates and his wife Ruth (Oona Chaplin), who died nine years ago, appears to him. She encourages him to stay alive by engaging Ira in a conversation about their shared past. Just a few miles away, young art student Sophia Danko (Britt Robertson) meets cowboy Luke Collins (Scott Eastwood). Although the two come from completely different worlds, they fall in love with each other. And despite all the differences, the fates of Ira, Ruth, Sophia and Luke will touch ... After the eponymous novel by Nicholas Sparks.

The DUFF0%The DUFF
8Our
rating
1:41:00

Storyline:Bianca (Mae Whitman) finds out she is laughed at her high school behind her back. She is considered "The DUFF" (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) and should therefore be the ugly, fat girlfriend in her clique, while the other supposedly prettier and more popular. So Bianca stops worshiping her crush Toby (Nick Eversman) and turns to Wesley (Robbie Amell), a charming athlete. He should help her to shed the old image, to reinvent himself. But at some point Bianca realizes that there are more important things than trying convincingly to fit into a certain drawer. She tries to break the power of the ruthless Madison (Bella Thorne), who downgrades other students with her labels. Is it really as important as people look like?

Paper Towns0%Paper Towns
7Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:Since childhood, Quentin (Nat Wolff) has shared a secret with the mysterious neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne): they found the body of a suicide together and Margo snuck into Quentin's window the same evening to present the conclusions from her research , Nine years later, the two have long since disintegrated, but then Margo stands again, disguised as Ninja, in front of his window. She wants to go off to avenge those who have disappointed her. Quentin follows her into the nocturnal adventure, but the next day Margo suddenly disappears. The girl, who has often run away from home, this time remains untraceable and can not be identified by the police. But it has left its mark only on Quentin. So he decides to solve the mystery of Margo and find her again.

Carol0%Carol
8Our
rating
1:58:00

Storyline:Therese (Rooney Mara) dreams of a job as a set designer at the theater, but instead she's with Richard (Jake Lacy), whom she does not actually love. So she struggles through the New York of the 50s and tries to keep afloat with a job in a department store. One day she meets Carol (Cate Blanchett), who immediately gives Therese her address so that her purchases can be delivered there. Therese Carol sends out a card for Christmas at which she unexpectedly receives an answer. Connected by the feeling of loneliness, the two women begin to spend more and more time together. Therese develops strong feelings for Carol - much to the displeasure of Carol's husband Harge (Kyle Chandler). He threatens to deprive his wife of custody of their daughter. All he needs is solid evidence of the secret love of women. Harge pulls out all the stops and hires a private detective, whom he puts on Therese and Carol.

Brooklyn0%Brooklyn
8Our
rating
1:57:00

Storyline:The young Irish Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) leaves home and family behind in the early 1950s to take on the chance of a better life in New York. In Brooklyn, she finds a job in a fashion store and learns at an Irish dance festival, the Italian-American Tony (Emory Cohen) know who helps her to settle in the big city. Despite the reservations of Tony's family, an intense love affair develops between the two, but it is increasingly overshadowed by Eilis' strong homesickness and yearning for her family. A family tragedy eventually forces the young woman to return to Ireland, but not before Tony and her make a knot. In Ireland, her old companions are offended by the new Eilis, but she soon finds solace among old and new friends - especially with the charming Jim (Domhnall Gleeson). So Eilis sees itself not only faced with the choice between two men, but also between two countries.

Trainwreck0%Trainwreck
7Our
rating
2:05:00

Storyline:Already in her earliest childhood, Amy (Amy Schumer) was told by her father Gordon (Colin Quinn) that monogamy did not work. As an adult woman who writes successfully for a men's magazine, she has remained true to this credo. Amy does not bind herself and is firmly convinced that she is living a freer and more uninhibited life than her fellow human beings. While she's always on the lookout for the next potential one-night stand, she categorically rules out a steady relationship - until Amy gets the job from her uncompromising boss Dianna (Tilda Swinton) to write an article about charismatic and highly successful sports physician Aaron Conners ( Bill Hader). An alcoholic date later, Amy ends up with him in bed - and finds a way to please him against whom she has fought so successfully so far. But should she meet Aaron again, or should she listen to her best friend Nikki (Vanessa Bayer) and write him down? Gradually Amy goes on what's up with all the hustle and bustle for love ...

The Age of Adaline0%The Age of Adaline
8Our
rating
1:52:00

Storyline:In 1935, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) stopped aging. She was 29 and an accident caused her to stay 29. The next 80 years were lonely - apart from her daughter Flemming (first Cate Richardson, later Ellen Burstyn) nobody knew about Adaline's condition. To keep her secret, she changed her identity and place of residence every ten years and largely renounced emotional ties. It was not until she met the likable philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) in San Francisco that Adaline reluctantly agreed to a romantic date. It is increasingly difficult for her to suppress her feelings. At a weekend with Ellis' parents William (Harrison Ford) and Kathy (Kathy Baker), the truth threatens to come to light ...