Every day we put together a list of three movies that we think you may enjoy. Here are our three for today.
Happy Tuesday, folks! As you may already know, every day, we put together a list of three movies that we think you'll enjoy, and today is no different. The selections are based on reviews, personal viewing, and relevance. Some you may have seen already, and some may not be your cup of tea, but we hope that at least one of these catches your eye. Without any further ado, let's get right into it.
The first film on our list is the 1999 erotic mystery psychological drama 'Eyes Wide Shut.' The plot reads:
After Dr. Bill Hartford's (Tom Cruise) wife, Alice (Nicole Kidman), admits to having sexual fantasies about a man she met, Bill becomes obsessed with having a sexual encounter. He discovers an underground sexual group and attends one of their meetings -- and quickly discovers that he is in over his head.
Stanley Kubrick directed the film, and it stars Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Sydney Pollack, and Marie Richardson.
The second film on our list is the 2003 Christmas-themed romantic comedy 'Love Actually.' The plot reads:
Eight London couples try to deal with their relationships in different ways. Their tryst with love makes them discover how complicated relationships can be.
Richard Curtis directed the film, and it stars Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Keira Knightley, Martine McCutcheon, Bill Nighy, and Rowan Atkinson.
The last film on our list is the 1947 Christmas comedy-drama 'Miracle on 34th Street.' The plot reads:
In this Christmas classic, an old man going by the name of Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) fills in for an intoxicated Santa in Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day parade. Kringle proves to be such a hit that he is soon appearing regularly at the chain's main store in midtown Manhattan. When Kringle surprises customers and employees alike by claiming that he really is Santa Claus, it leads to a court case to determine his mental health and, more importantly, his authenticity.
George Seaton directed the film, and it stars Maureen O'Hara, John Payne, Natalie Wood, and Edmund Gwenn.