A charmingly modest and understated movie about an unlikely relationship that starts off as a conventional meet-cute and then goes somewhere unexpected.
Delightful and enchanting French musical with breathtakingly beautiful Catherine Deneuve in her first major film.
This delightful book is bound to become a re-read staple for when I crave for something light and insanely readable. I’ve enjoyed it just as much second time around.
“Man buys a sex doll on the internet” is an unlikely premise for a sweet, affecting and life-affirming story, but this quirky movie with early-day Ryan Gosling (before the world decided he was hot) somehow pulls it off.
I haven’t reviewed any movies lately because for the past few weeks I’ve been glued to this addictive Spanish TV series… so why not review it.
Beautifully shot and acted adaptation of the Henry James novel, with Helena Bonham Carter in what could be her finest performance to date.
I missed out on this unconventional romantic comedy when it was first released ten years ago, so when I was in a mood for something light last week I thought I’d give it a go. Though it has some issues and its penchant for indie quirk and twee soundtrack are at times mildly grating, in the end it’s a charmer.
I’ve yet to see a Guillermo del Toro film that made me a true believer, but this visually ravishing adult fairytale came closest, and is easily the one I’ve enjoyed the most. At the very least, you gotta admire him for tackling a premise that many would find way too icky with such sincerity.
This charming and entertaining romantic comedy is proof that you don’t need to reinvent the wheel or poke fun at the genre tropes; when done well there’s nothing like Happily Ever After to override your inner realist and leave you with a big smile on your face.