All that changes when he meets two women: Barbara (Scarlett Johansson) and Esther (Julianne Moore).(2004)In the 1930s, Julia Lambert (Annette Bening), a famous stage actress, falls for a young American fan. She befriend's Tom's young girlfriend, and plots revenge.(2004)Seeking something to revitalize her life, May, a depressed widow, finds herself in the arms Darren, a handsome handyman half her age.
Then, Julia discovers that Tom is using their torrid love affair to further his own acting ambitions. Darren (Daniel Craig) also happens to be married, and cheating on his wife with May's daughter. (1967)No name is more synonymous with these relationships than Mrs. Anne Bancroft is dead sexy as the iconic character who seduces Dustin Hoffman’s aimless Benjamin Braddock. Robinson also turns vicious as she tries to keep Benjamin from her daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross).
At one point, hipsters at a concert assume that John is sleeping with her.
Field plays Doris, who finds herself smitten with John Fremont (Max Greenfield), the new guy in her office.
Bereft by the recent loss of her mother, for whom she cared her entire life, Doris passionately attempts to figure out how she could possibly win John.
Most of us have to work consciously to master the skills necessary to make them flourish.
In Amy Schumer's "Last Fuckable Day" sketch, Sally Field is a punch line.
Throughout the entire trip, the audience ultimately learns, she's grappling with the notion that she's dying of cancer.
Jennifer Aniston starred in this indie as Justine, a depressed 30-year-old retail clerk.
The ability to have a healthy, loving relationship is not innate.
A great deal of evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship begins in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, protection, stimulation, and social contact.
know that movies don’t always depict reality but this doesn’t mean we can’t learn from them. Every movie is based on reality, which means they all have a certain dose of reality in them.