Fioravante decides to become a professional Don Juan as a way of making money to help his cash-strapped friend, Murray. With Murray acting as his "manager", the duo quickly finds themselves caught up in the crosscurrents of love and money.
Suffering from writer's block and eagerly awaiting his writing award, Harry Block remembers events from his past and scenes from his best-selling books as characters, real and fictional, come back to haunt him.
Here we are, in the twilight years of Woody Allen's career; long gone are the days of 'Annie Hall' and 'Manhattan', acting troupes have been reshuffled, daughters have been married - nothing is at it was. Such is life.
If you haven't seen Allen's 1977 classic 'Annie Hall' you simply don't understand the heights the RomCom genre can reach. In fact, view this as less of a suggestion and more a command: go watch 'Annie Hall'.
Romantic gentlemen are waiting around every corner to sweep ladies off their feet (all while managing not to expose their ankles) in this collection of the best British romance flicks set in bygone eras, but made post the year 2000. Find your Mr. Darcy!
Once you go Brit, you never quit; enjoy this collection of charming British leads, and they sweep a variety of unhappy middle-aged women off their feet and into their thin, pale, but nevertheless appealing arms. Go classic with 'Impromptu' or place yourself squarely in the modern age with 'Bridget Jones'.
Contemporary films set in the days when chivalry and romance were still alive and kicking. Your belching, X-Box obsessed boyfriend will only look that much worse after you observe gentlemen of ages past in such romantic greats as 'A Royal Affair', 'Atonement', and 'W.E.'!
If you're a dude who says you're not head over heels in love with Emma Stone you're one of three things: insane, blind, or confusing her with Emma Watson. I'd dress up in spandex and jump off buildings if she'd look at me with those big doe eyes like she does at Peter Parker.
Movies in the vein of 'About a Boy': Pitch-perfect British dramas, with some dry humour to take the edge off. Make sure to check out recent pro-LGBT flick 'Pride' for a musical treat, which may have slipped some of the US audience's radar!