Category Drama

Rebecca

After a short love affair in Monte Carlo with Maxim de Winter (Armie Hammer), a handsome widowed man, a young newlywed (Lily James) arrives in Manderley, the imposing home of her new husband. Naive and inexperienced, she tries to adapt to her new life, but discovers that she has to fight with the shadow of Maxim’s first wife, Rebecca, an elegant and urban woman whose legacy is kept alive by the sinister housewife from Manderley, Mrs...

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Holidate

Sloane (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey) hate the holidays. On these occasions, both are alone, have to take a seat at the children’s table or are forced to bring strange partners just to meet expectations. But when they meet on a very pathetic Christmas, the two strangers make an arrangement: they will be the other’s partner at all the festive occasions of the year. By sharing a common aversion to the holidays and making sure that the other person is not interested in them, they become the perfect match, which leads to countless funny and provocative situations...

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Shirley

Famous author Shirley Jackson was considered a strange person. She was rumored to be out of the house at all and was afflicted with diseases that killed her at the age of 48. Given the madness in Jackson’s work and the stories about the woman behind the words, it goes without saying that any film about her life should probably be a little strange and unconventional...

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Unpregnant

The film tells the story of Veronica (Haley Lu Richardson), a 17-year-old girl who never thought she would want to fail a test – until she is in front of a piece of plastic with two pink lines. Her promising future at a good college is threatened, and Veronica considers a decision she didn’t think she would have to make at this age. The difficult decision takes her on a journey of hundreds of kilometers to New Mexico with her ex-girlfriend Bailey (Barbie Ferreira)...

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All the Bright Places

Disturbed by the death of her sister, the introvert Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) rediscovers the joy of living when she meets the eccentric and unpredictable Theodore Finch (Justice Smith)...

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I’m Thinking of Ending Things

An Oscar-winning Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Shine of the Righteous Mind) film based on Iain Reid’s famous novel...

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Retreat to Paradise

Ellie (Melanie Stone) takes care of Jordan (Casey Elliott), who is injured in the shoulder. The problem is that his grumpy attitude makes Ellie want to go as far away from him as possible and leave him alone...

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Enola Holmes

In 1884, England is a world on the brink of change. On the morning of her 16th birthday, Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) discovers that her mother (Helena Bonham Carter) has disappeared, leaving behind a lot of presents, but no clue as to the destination or reason for leaving. After a nonconformist childhood, Enola suddenly wakes up in the care of her brothers, Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin), both determined to send her to a boarding house for well-mannered young ladies. Refusing to obey the wishes of the two, Enola flees to London to look for her mother...

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The Half of It

Ellie, a 10th grade but shy student, helps Paul, a left-handed football player, win over a very popular girl...

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Just My Type

Vanessa Sills (Bethany Joy Lenz) is a journalist who gets the chance to talk to Martin Clayborne (Brett Dalton), a highly regarded author. Even if the meeting doesn’t start right, Vanessa manages to see beyond appearances and discovers that she wants more than just an interview. The first Hallmark movie of 2020 this year and the first for me this year on Diva, a different story, drama I can say, romantic was not but pleasant to watch, not really typical Hallmark, both good actors, I especially like Brett Dalton but and Bethany. Between the characters there is a mature relationship without conflicts and many differences or detours...

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