Category: International

Love in the Later Stages: 33 Movies About Older People in Celebration of National Grandparents Day

While young love is often the go-to rom-com form, there is something to be said and gained by the examination of “old” love. Love that has weathered a lifetime together. Love that blossoms despite and because of wrinkles and grey hairs. And love that faces the ultimate separation: death. In celebration of National Grandparents Day, I’ve put together a list of movies about older people showcasing love in the later stages, “old” love as it were.

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‘Berkeley Square,’ The Complete Series: Secrets and Romance!

No matter how much we enjoy the new period dramas, sometimes it’s just as nice to revisit past period drama series. One of these is BBC’s Berkeley Square series, an excellent late ’90s period drama. It follows three nannies in the upscale London neighborhood known as Berkeley Square.

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25 Amazing Period Dramas to Watch if you Like Victoria on PBS

The Victoria TV Series currently airs on PBS and ITV. Unfortunately, the production is also taking a “breather,” according to Jenna Coleman. With Series 4 on temporary hiatus, now is the perfect time to fill that Victoria TV show void in your life. Here are several other lovely period dramas to enjoy until that day comes.

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‘My Life is Murder’: Why You Need to Watch the Fun New Acorn TV Show

Lucy Lawless of Xena: Warrior Princess leads the cast in a new detective mystery series that’s as fun as it is impressive. Thankfully, you don’t have to wait long to watch. The debut of My Life is Murder premieres on Acorn TV tonight. So, today, in anticipation of tonight’s U.S. premiere of the series, we’re sharing a few of the reasons why you might want to check out the new show.

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‘Yesterday’ Review – This Quirky New Rom-Com Will Make You Happy Score 94%

‘Yesterday’ Review – This Quirky New Rom-Com Will Make You Happy

I went in for the music but found myself captivated by the picture as a whole. It’s one of those rare movies which has both heart and soul. Yesterday is sentimental without being maudlin, awkward but sincere, inspiring and challenging in its’ ultimate message. In short, it is one of the best films I’ve seen in a long time.

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