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How did they meet? Well, let’s not ruin the film … Someone Has to Give in becomes interesting because it shows a strand of love that is not usually explored in cinema: passion in old age.

Bridget (Renée Zellweger) is 32 years old and decides to start writing a diary, in the middle of the New Year, with the aim of recording everything that happens in her crazy life, in an attempt to find a way to balance her.

With a lot of humor and no tongue in cheek, Bridget spares no subject and ends up making the most provocative and hysterical diary on earth!

If you haven’t watched Bridget Jones’s Diary eating a jar of ice cream on the couch, then you still have a lot to live for in this life …

This film is not only one of the best in the genre, it is also one of the main icons of an entire generation! After all, who has never reproduced Kat’s (10 Things) poem (Julia Stiles) for that “unlikely crush”?

The story revolves around Bianca (Larisa Oleynik) who desperately wants to start dating, but is not allowed by her father. After much insistence, she receives authorization to date, but with a very severe condition: that her older sister, Kat, also get a boyfriend.

Only this will not be an easy task, since Kat is far from being a “sweetie” with whomever she wants to be. That’s where the bad boy Patrick (Heath Leadger) comes into action, who will try to “tame” this shrew.

In fact, a lot of people don’t know, but this film was in fact based on the classic Shamedpeare’s Tamed Megera.

After the success of the TV series, Sex And The City won a film version that is simply unmissable.

After several meetings and disagreements, we followed Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and the preparations for her wedding with Mr. Big (Chris Noth). But, is he really the man of your life?

The famous brunches with Carrie, Samanta (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) could not be left out! This film is simply mandatory to be watching in the company of your friends (or friends).

Delicate and different. Amélie Poulain’s Fabulous Destiny, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, is perhaps the most “peculiar” film on this list.

Young Amélie (Audrey Tautou) has always been overprotected by her father, and because of that, she has never had a much improved social relationship. However, after adulthood, a small box is responsible for totally changing the way she sees life and, consequently, her destiny.

Not only for those looking for a romantic comedy, but also suitable for everyone who appreciates Seventh Art in general!

Directed by master Woody Allen, Manhattan is a masterpiece of romantic comedy. It is impossible not to burst out laughing at the misfortunes of the protagonist’s life.

Allen plays Issac, a middle-aged man who finds himself in a very embarrassing situation when his ex-wife (who left him to live with another woman) threatens to publish a book revealing very particular episodes from his personal life.

At the same time, Allen is involved in a relationship with a 17-year-old girl (Mariel Hemingway), who is hopelessly in love with him. But Issac’s heart is pounding for his best friend’s lover, who is married.